Idyllic Miracle of Nature

Rainbow Reefs and Volcanic Peaks

Nicknamed the Star and Key of the Indian Ocean, the Republic of Mauritius consists of volcanic islands surrounded by coral reefs and lustrous aquamarine lagoons.  Summer is from November to April but the sun shines all year round and the soft gilded beaches, silhouetted by volcanoes and mountains, are fringed by flourishing flora. Famous as the only home of the now extinct Dodo, west Mauritius is a popular tourist destination while the east offers rare tranquility among nature. 



Mauritius, so far away, yet so much at home... Mauritius, a sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, will fascinate you. With the most amazing white coral sand beaches and crystal clear lagoons, which contrast vividly with the backdrop of black volcanic mountains.

This world famous attraction is a unique volcanic geological phenomenon resulting in seven colours of earth swirled together to create a beautiful feature. Found in the stunning region of Chamarel, this is a treasure not to be missed.

This is undoubtedly one of the most visited attractions in Mauritius. Created over 300 years ago by the famous French botanist Pierre Poivre, the garden is the oldest in the Southern Hemisphere and boasts a plethora of indigenous plants.

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Yuliya Pospelova │Senior - Booking & Sales Executive

+960 331 9313


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Aminath Midhath │ Sales and Marketing Executive

+960 331 9331

Featured Properties



Constance Belle Mare Plage Mauritius

Helicopter transfer of 15 minutes, followed by a car transfer of 60 minutes to the resort. Daytime transfers only.



Constance Le Prince Maurice Mauritius

Helicopter transfer of 15 minutes, followed by a car transfer of 80 minutes to the resort. Daytime transfers only.