Historically diverse, Mauritius has previously been under Portuguese, Dutch, French and English rule, resulting in an eclectic mélange of architecture and culture, from meticulously created and maintained tropical gardens to the sumptuous silks and magnificent antiques of Port Louis, not to mention a variety of exciting fusion cuisines.
Blessed with a year round tropical climate, sugar cane fields thrive here, waterfalls spill over dramatic verdant cliffs, and the 700,000 year old volcanic ravine, Trou Aux Cerfs, is a splendid natural wonder to visit. Famous for its luxurious hotels, Mauritius is the perfect destination for weddings, honeymoons and memorable family holidays. Enjoy an exciting catamaran cruise, snorkel from white sand beaches, learn to dive in some of the world’s most spectacular underwater seascapes or try your hand at deep sea fishing. A holiday in Mauritius incorporates award-winning championship golf courses, lavish spas using locally sourced ingredients and authentic Mauritian treatments, a wealth of historical landmarks, including fabulously preserved Hindu temples, and a warm and friendly welcome from a decidedly affable and gracious population.
Designed in a colonial plantation style, The Residence Mauritius is imposing yet unpretentious. Tasteful, cool and sophisticated, it overlooks a generous pool to the kilometre-long, gently sloping beach and pristine Indian Ocean b [...]View Hotel
Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita
Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita resides in a stylish and ultra chic pocket of a 200 acre tropical sanctuary situated in a scenic area overlooking lush floral islands and mangroves. This resort is classically refined, yet [...]View Hotel
One&Only Le Saint Géran
Nestled in its own secluded peninsula and fringed by endless beach and sparkling lagoon, One&Only Le Saint Géran has developed a strong reputation for effortless luxury and has maintained its world-class status for almost 40 year [...]View Hotel