Sun-kissed beaches, cobalt-blue lagoons and a hotchpotch of English, Creole, and European cuisine can all be found on this blissful volcanic island. Touring the reefs on a semi-submersible and teeing up on pristine golf courses are high on the agenda here.
In a beautiful Mauritian location close to the pretty village of Grand Gaube, overlooking endless stretches of sandy beach and with stunning views of no less than five islands, this rustic but chic resort is truly a slice of heaven.
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Essential information for Mauritius
The summer season is from November to May, where it’s hot, humid and chances of heavy rain. The more refreshing winter season is from June to September, where it’s cooler, dry and windy.
Sun-kissed beaches, palm trees, cobalt-blue lagoons and days that go on forever – we’re talking some serious relaxation in paradise here. Mauritius holidays used to be the exclusive preserve of the rich and famous. Now the island is open to everyone to enjoy some well deserved fun in the sun. Even better, with our Mauritius package holidays, you don’t have to do a thing – we’ll take care of everything for you.
How good are holidays to Mauritius? Put it this way – with perfect weather, silky-soft sandy beaches, underwater wonders, and creole food that’ll make your mouth water, Mauritius should be right at the top of everyone’s travel list.
This is going to be a tough call. Do you want all-inclusive luxury, or luxury all-inclusive? Either way, you get fabulous, palm-fringed pools, to-die-for views, unique accommodation with every single detail taken care of, and views that really are as good as the pictures in the brochure. Here’s a quick selection of our favourites:
If you want something a little more upmarket, you’ve hit the jackpot here. The island is filled with 5-star resorts, giving you the pick of the crop when it comes to luxury Mauritius holiday options. Take your pick from some of the best:
All-inclusive Mauritius holidays will include all your meals, naturally. But if you want an authentic taste of the island then look out for things like Dal soup (made from lentils), gateaux piments (chilli cakes) from street vendors, and fragrant curries.
From spicy octopus cocozil to sweet cakes, Mauritius is a sensation for the senses, especially your tastebuds. Tantalise them with fusion food that mixes up French and Creole cuisine with traditional Asian influences, all washed down with the local Phoenix or Black Eagle beers or a tot of rum.
There’s some unexpected additions to the menu, too, with roasted wild boar or deer curry served up at Domaine du Chasseur’s Panoramour Restaurant. While you’re chowing on choice cuts, keep an eye out for the rare Mauritius kestrel soaring above.
With Mauritius holidays, you’re truly spoilt for choice with things to do and see. Fancy getting your flippers in a flap? Mauritius has some of the best diving spots in the world. Or you could:
Mauritius is a chilled-out island, but occasionally they up the ante, break out the drums, and have a good time. Ready to join in?
This is a tropical paradise, so you can expect tropical temperatures pretty much all year round. It really doesn’t matter when you book holidays to Mauritius, you’re guaranteed sunny skies and balmy temperatures.
Fancy your own little slice of heaven? Check out our Mauritius hotels and packages to start planning your Mauritius holiday today!