What’s the Allure?
Mauritius is a stunning island nation -- inarguably the most visited of the Mascarene Islands -- located off the southeast coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. Besides the pristine white sand beaches, luxury accommodations and services, this inviting destination features fascinating historical sites, a variety of geographical wonders and an interesting cultural diversity to offer visitors much more than just a relaxing vacation in the sun.
Points of Interest
Visitors wishing to experience the history and culture of Mauritius can find several points of interest in Port Louis -- both the capital and wealthiest city in Africa. The Government House delights guests with its architectural beauty and 18th century charm. Other notable landmarks in this area include Fort Adelaide – which resembles a Moorish fortress – and the oldest theatre in the Indian Ocean: The Municipal Theatre.
Nature lovers will enjoy the wonderful scenery around the island such as Tamarin Falls – a series of picturesque waterfalls so remote that it is best to hire a guide to lead you to them. Another “green” option is the 18th century Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens which feature a large number of plants and trees from around the globe.
At meal times, Mauritius offers guests a wide variety of cuisines from its diverse residents; from Chinese and Thai to Creole and Indian, it is all available to tempt your palette. For evening entertainment, the popular beach area of Grand Baie features a number of bars, cafés, clubs and there’s even a busy casino in Port Louis to round off your holiday on a lively note.
Mauritius has the perfect climate and geography for aquatic activities including sailing, cruising, deep-sea fishing and diving. Particularly adventurous visitors can try the unique activity known as underwater walking, where participants wear a helmet and weight belt in order to to stroll along the bottom of the sea amongst the colorful sea creatures. Those preferring to stay on land can opt for organized bus tours of the island as well as the ever-popular choice of sun bathing on the picture-perfect beach front.
Why We Love it
Mauritius’s population is made up of several different ethnic backgrounds, including Indian, African, Chinese and French Creole. This distinction adds to the visitors experience in terms of cuisine, history, music and architecture. The best part of all of this cultural diversity, however, is how these nationalities blend together to give guests such a warm and proud island welcome; often leaving a lasting impression long after their holiday visit.
City: Blue Bay |
City: Black River |
City: Trou aux Biches |
- Pool and garden service
- Housekeeping 6 times weekly
- Concierge Service
- 24h Security
- Satellite TV
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Beach Towels
City: Pointe aux Piments |
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City: Tamarin |
- Nespresso Machine (with 10 capsules provided)
- Internet access wireless connection provided
- Housekeeping is provided 6 times weekly - two maids at a time to fully service the apartment
- Linen changed three times weekly
- Concierge Service: Clients will be paid a visit by our Concierge Representative day after arrival to help them plan activities and fine-tune their stay as well as make arrangements for any other services i.e massage in villa, catering etc.
- Complex Mana...
Housekeeping 6 times weekly
Manager on Site
French and English Satellite Television
Generous Welcome Hamper
Nespresso Coffee Capsules
Informative Property Housebook
Orientation of Black River and Tamarin