An island surrounded by perfect white sand beaches, themselves surrounded by the stunning blue Indian Ocean, and at the centre of it all, mountains and breathtaking scenery. With almost year-round sunshine, it’s diffcult not to be wowed by Mauritius.
Historically diverse, Mauritius has previously been under Portuguese, Dutch, French and English rule, resulting in an eclectic mélange of architecture and culture, from meticulously 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, go snorkelling, 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 with authentic Mauritian treatments, a wealth of historical landmarks, including fabulously preserved Hindu temples, and a warm and friendly welcome from a gracious population.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius
Imagine 20 acres of unspoilt sub-tropical gardens and panoramic views over the picturesque Turtle Bay: here lies The Oberoi Beach Resort, a haven of peace and tranquillity. Comprised of only 71 single-storey Luxury Pavilions and V [...]View Hotel
Shangri-La's Le Touessrok Resort & Spa
Curved around the beautiful white sands of the Trou d’Eau Douce Bay and with stunning views of the Indian Ocean, Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa provides intimacy and seclusion for couples plus ample space and priv [...]View Hotel
Constance Prince Maurice
Set on a sheltered peninsula surrounded by a calm azure lagoon, Constance Prince Maurice blends boutique style and local architecture with a sensuous and warm ambience. Named after Prince Maurice of Nassau, a pioneer of the Spice [...]View Hotel