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There are several available flights going from Lagos to Mauritius, each with a different route, different airline, and different layover options. Flights depart on a weekly basis from Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA). It will take you +/- 17 – 30 hours to fly to the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius.

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Essential information you need to know before you book your trip.



There are a number of international airlines flying into Port Louis from Lagos at least once a week:

Visa and customs

Most European nationals, as well as Americans and South Africans, do not require any visas to enter the country. Nigerians can obtain a two week visa on arrival. Fortunately, unlike most top tourist destinations, Mauritius offers visas and extensions for free.


However, it’s best to check which countries qualify for which visa as some nationalities may need to apply ahead of arrival. If that is the case, you’ll need to go through an application process which is quite efficient.


Everyone entering Mauritius requires a valid passport, return airline tickets, accommodation bookings, sufficient funds and a formal pledge not to attempt to make any profit during your stay.

Baggage allowance

All passengers must adhere to the baggage guidelines and there are penalties for breaching these. Baggage policy is dependent on the airlines and they’ll generally inform their passengers ahead of time. The standard industry allowance is 7kg for hand luggage and 30kg to 45kg for checked luggage.


Passengers can usually also bring a handbag or backpack that fits neatly under the seat in front of them. This is something we’ll happily answer any questions about.

Flight Prices

Overall, the prices for a flight from Lagos to Mauritius vary greatly. One-way Tickets can cost anywhere from ₦230,000


 to ₦330,000. Return tickets can cost anywhere from ₦380,000 to ₦1 000,000

Flight Number Date Airline Lowest Price
AF7964 07/02/2022 KLM ₦824,202.54
Not Provided 07/02/2022 Air France ₦823,318.94
Not Provided 07/02/2022 Emirates ₦610,192.00
Not Provided 07/02/2022 Turkish Airways ₦1,912,590.13
Not Provided 07/02/2022 Kenya Airways ₦382,960.49

Flight Schedule

Carrier Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Earliest Flight Latest Flight
KLM 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 23:45 23:45
Air France 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 22:45 23:45
Emirates 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 18:10 18:10
Turkish Airways 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 21:10 21:10
Kenya Airways 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 20:55 20:55

FAQ about travelling to Mauritius

Important information about travelling to Mauritius

Best time to Fly?

Peak season in Mauritius is from May to November. This is when the weather is warm but not humid, and diving conditions are ideal. Off-peak season, however, is still a good option. Although there can be sudden cyclones (very rarely), weather is generally not much different from high season. This is when you can expect cheaper flights, as well.

How much is flight from Lagos to Houston?

Overall, the prices for a flight from Lagos to Mauritius vary greatly. One-way Tickets can cost anywhere from ₦230,000 to ₦330,000. Return tickets can cost anywhere from ₦380,000 to ₦1 000,000.

What is the flight time?

The flight time from Lagos to Mauritius is about 11 hours long. Most airlines make a stop for a layover. Unfortunately, there are little to no direct flights available as the distance between Nigeria and Mauritius is so large.

Mauritius - Eastern Africa

Best things to do in Lagos

Mauritius is located just off the African coast and is lapped by the warm and colourful Indian Ocean. The Island is small but full of wonderful surprises.


From warm beaches to colourful sand dunes, Mauritius has a lot to offer visitors. Here’s our top five picks:

Top 5 best things to do in Lagos according to TripAdvisor