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Anahita Golf & Spa Resort
Mauritius

Located off the South West coast of the Indian Ocean, at approximately 230 km from Reunion Island and 860 km from Madagascar, Mauritius has a surface area of 1872 square kms with a central plateau rising at 600 metres above sea level and 330 km of coastline...

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Angsana Balaclava
Mauritius

Angsana Balaclava is an intimate boutique resort located in picturesque Baie aux Tortues, or Turtle Bay, a mere 15 minutes away from the bustling capital of Port Louis. Accommodation consists of 52...

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Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa
Mauritius

The elegant Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa sits on the majestic Le Morne Peninsula. The tranquil location and luxurious all-suite accommodation make the hotel perfect for couples or indeed families lo...

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Heritage Awali
Mauritius

In the heart of the unspoiled wild south of the island, Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort is the ideal place to experience authentic Mauritius and relax in harmony with nature, either as a couple o...

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Heritage Le Telfair
Mauritius

Nestled at the heart of Domaine de Bel Ombre, on the preserved south coast of Mauritius, is the Heritage Le Telfair Golf and Spa Resort, a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World. The hotel'...

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Hôtel 20° Sud (Hotel 20° South)
Mauritius

he Hotel offers 34 rooms, situated in a coconut grove facing the sea, divided into 4 Austral Suites, 2 Suites, 9 Beachfront rooms, and 19 Charm rooms, with no two rooms being alike...

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Le Canonnier
Mauritius

Le Canonnier is a friendly and welcoming resort set on a historic peninsula with a relaxed Mauritian atmosphere. The resort overlooks the Indian Ocean towards a number of islets, and the gardens and beach make the most of its peninsula setting...

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Le Cardinal Exclusive Resort
Mauritius

Le Cardinal Exclusive Resort is the perfect retreat for couples seeking an exclusive holiday experience in a luxurious setting and an intimate atmosphere...

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Le Mauricia Hotel
Mauritius

Le Mauricia Hotel is set in a lively location, just a short walk along the beach to the centre of the bustling village of Grand Baie...

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Le Méridien Ile Maurice
Mauritius

Le Méridien Ile Maurice stands at the edge of 1,000 metres of ivory sands on the North-West coast of Mauritius in the bay of Pointe Aux Piments...

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Shangri-la's Le Touessrok
Mauritius

Le Touessrok is one of the 'Leading Hotels of the World'. It lies on a beautiful stretch of coast looking out over Trou d'Eau Douce Bay...

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Le Victoria Hotel
Mauritius

Le Victoria has a superb location set between the Mauritian capital Port Louis and vibrant Grand Baie, and is a great hotel to stay at if you are looking to get out and about to explore...

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Long Beach
Mauritius

Long Beach is a resort on the east coast of Mauritius. It brings carefree piazza-style living to the longest and widest stretch of coastline of any Mauritian resort. Beyond the beach, the tropical lagoon with its blue waters and rare coral formations is a snorkelling paradise...

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Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa
Mauritius

Uniquely on the island, this luxury five-star resort offers private villas for all its guests. Inspired by its Indian heritage, the Maradiva experience is defined by understated elegance and impeccable service...

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One&Only Le Saint Geran
Mauritius

One&Only Le Saint Géran nestles in the white sands of its own private peninsula. Extensively remodelled in 1999, the resort's friendly calm and easy luxury is complemented by service that is attentive, yet unobtrusive...

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Paradis Hotel & Golf Club
Mauritius

Paradis Hotel has a beautiful beach location being on one of the best beaches on the island, and offers a choice and range of accommodation, great activities and wonderful cuisine...

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Paradise Cove Hotel & Spa
Mauritius

Paradise Cove Hotel & Spa is a 5 star boutique hotel, situated on a secluded white beach sheltered by a rocky peninsula. The latter, with its love nests for two, offers a panoramic view over the ocean and the five islets of the island's north coast...

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Royal Palm Beachcomber Luxury
Mauritius

The Royal Palm combines the traditions of Mauritian hospitality with international standards of luxury. Built on a prime beachfront site, Royal Palm's signature cuisine and impeccable service create the perfect setting for an unforgettable experience...

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Shandrani Resort & Spa
Mauritius

Set in an unspoilt southern location surrounded by 70 acres of gardens and the Blue Bay Marine Park, the Shandrani Resort offers the most extensive fully-inclusive package on Mauritius...

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Shanti Maurice
Mauritius

Set on the unspoilt south of Mauritius, Shanti Maurice has one of the island's best beaches, an extensive collection of private villas and the warmest of welcomes...

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The Oberoi
Mauritius

The Oberoi, Mauritius lies along the Baie aux Tortues or Turtle Bay. The creative architecture of stone, wood and thatch is a blend of African, Asian and European style and reflects the fascinatingly nature of the island...

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The Residence Mauritius
Mauritius

The Residence Mauritius is located on a mile-long beach fringed by tropical gardens in Belle Mare, on the eastern coast of the island.

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Trou Aux Biches
Mauritius

The new Trou Aux Biches hotel has re-opened following a £60m refurbishment. With a beautiful location on one of the best beaches in Mauritius, Trou Aux Biches offers luxurious accommodation in Mauritian style chalets, and luxurious 2 and 3 bedroom villas...

ITINERARY IDEA

Day 1 - 7

Meal Basis: Full Board

Blessed with crystal clear turquoise waters, gorgeous powder white sand beaches and a wonderful tropical climate, the idyllic island of Mauritius is a remarkably romantic holiday destination. While most visitors spend their days relaxing in one of the many luxurious holiday resorts, there is much more to this little island than merely cocktails and coconuts. Those who venture inland will dis­cov­er lush, jungle-clad mountains, glistening blue lagoons, impressive rivers and water­falls, extinct volcanic craters, charming little ramshackle towns and villages, and some fabulously friendly locals. Must-see attractions include: the bustling capital of Port Louis with its lively local markets; the remarkable 85m high Chamarel Waterfall; and Eureka, a historical plantation mansion turned museum offering visitors a glimpse into the island's colonial past. No matter how you spend your time on this lovely little island, it is sure to fulfil all your fantasies of a tropical island paradise.

Mauritius is an ideal beach destination to relax and unwind and combines perfectly with many African Safari Destinations

This itinerary is a guideline, Africa & Beyond tailor every trip to your individual specifications including all accommodation, flights, transfers & activities, please contact us to discuss your ideas.

ABOUT MAURITIUS

In 1505, Portuguese navigator, Don Pedro Mascarenhas, discovered the island and gave the name Mascarenes to the group of islands presently known as Mauritius, Rodrigues and Reunion. Located off the South West coast of the Indian Ocean, at approximately 230 km from Reunion Island and 860 km from Madagascar, Mauritius has a surface area of 1872 square kms with a central plateau rising at 600 metres above sea level and 330 km of coastline.

Sheltered from the open sea by the world's third largest coral reef, Mauritius offers natural, clear lagoons and pristine beaches. The exquisite levels of luxury and attention to detail throughout the resorts on the island, make this the perfect beach holiday destination for families, honeymooners and those just seeking a place to recharge. 

 

WHERE TO GO AND WHEN

Situated in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius has a pleasantly tropical climate. The Northern and Western regions are known to be warmer and less rainy. With a culminating point of 600 metres above sea level, the climate on the Central Plateau is generally cooler. Summer (November to April) typically has temperatures between 25º and 31ºC. Winter (May to October) has temperatures that vary between 15º and 25ºC. The sea is almost always warm in temperature varying from +/- 27ºC in summer and +/- 22ºC in winter.

WHAT TO DO

First and foremost people visit Mauritius for sun, sea and sand – and this is available year round. There are a superb selection of hotels and resorts right on the beaches

Nearly all the accommodation offers water sport facilities, tennis and there are a some championship golf courses for the more active

Family friendly resorts always have kid's clubs and restaurants and menus designed for younger travellers

Further afield, yacht cruises, diving and big game fishing can be arranged by most resorts

Thank you both for booking one of the best, relaxing holidays we have ever had. The Yu-lounge staff were fabulous both on arrival and departure. What a wonderful service. I am not sure we have ever departed a country in such a hassle free, chilled way. The Royal Palm, as always, is perfect in all they do and provide. Finally, the helicopter ride was the nicest way to finish off our holiday.(Mrs K, Mauritius Holiday)

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