Luxury Indian Ocean Holidays

So far away, yet so much at home, Mauritius will enchant you; will uplift your soul, making you feel that you belong to the chosen few.

Every visitor to Mauritius enjoys personal attention and every encounter is an opportunity to discover a friendly face. Mauritius, a melting pot between the past and present perhaps best demonstrated with an array of cuisines on offer from Indian to French, Asian to European.

If you are on honeymoon or celebrating an anniversary, a family looking for a relaxing holiday or a group of friends who enjoy water sports and the all inclusive concept there’s a resort in Mauritius to meet your individual requirements.

Situated near the Tropic of Capricorn, Mauritius has the advantage of a subtropical climate. There are 2 seasons: summer (November to April), with an average temperature of 30°; and winter (May to September) with a variation of temperatures from 17° at night to 25° in mid-afternoon. In between, a pleasant period from September to November with temperatures between 25° and 28° , there isn’t a bad time of year to visit Mauritius as it does not suffer from a monsoon climate.

If your idea of paradise is shallow water, white- beaches and delectable food, a Mauritius holiday will take you to seventh heaven. From Mauritius' deserted east-coast beaches to the market town of Flic en Flac on the west coast or the vibrant busy fishing port of Grand Baie in the north, you'll find Mauritius has something for everyone.

Mauritius is not just about sun, sea and sand. There is so much to experience inside the island, in the midst of its lush vegetation. Being of volcanic origin, Mauritius offers a haven of natural beauty. The flora is composed of 700 species of indigenous plants. Parasail or ride a horse at Mont Choisy, play golf at Trou aux Biches or take a boat from Grande Rivière Noire to try deep-sea fishing. Head inland to bushwalk through the central highlands or cool off in the Black River Gorges National Park's waterfalls.

The Indian Ocean surrounding Mauritius is clear and warm providing a safe paddling environment for children and an excellent nursery to try your hand at the many water sports on offer from sailing to windsurfing or kite surfing.

Should you be interested in diving Mauritius’s marine life conceals an infinite sea treasure. Its crystal-clear lagoons and magnificent marine life a draw for the beginner or qualified diver with many hotels having dive houses and instructors, please ask for details.

Going off to Mauritius for a holiday does not stop you from improving your golf skills. Most of the golf courses are spectacular. Mauritius was the third country where golf was played after UK and India. Gymkhana Golf Club is the oldest golf club in the Southern Hemisphere.

If relaxing and pampering is more your style then the choices are vast in Mauritius. Sponsored by international leading names such as Clarins, Givenchy, Guerlain, there is a growing range of pampering treatments and state-of-the-art health and beauty centres, ask us for recommendations if enjoying a Spa is an important part of the holiday.

It goes without saying that selecting the right hotel should be top of your agenda – but add to this, championship golf courses, top class Spas, designer furnishings, beautiful views, and menus which will take you on an unforgettable culinary adventure – and you will soon realise that in Mauritius, you are simply spoilt for choice!

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