The brains behind our food tells the story of our locally-sourced ingredients and the way we like to cook.
Meet Mrs Buleeram. She hand-weaves the brightly-coloured bags the islanders use.
Sega music belongs to Mauritius. One of the artists keeping it alive tells us how instruments are improvised, and songs are inspired.
The proud Mauritian in charge of SALT of Palmar tells us how life is lived on the island.
Meet Camille, the artist who brought so much colour to SALT of Palmar. Her inspiration was the happiness she found on the island.
Our wellness guru explains why the island’s Black River area produces the world’s best organic salt and how it is used at SALT of Palmar to heal.