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Known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs

€3129 per person


At first glance, Mauritius looks like a close relative of the Caribbean Islands. Around 1,200 miles from the east coast of Africa, the island is hemmed by 330 kilometres of immaculate white beaches. Take to the waters, meanwhile, and you'll spot pods of dolphins playing. The south, west and east coasts are defined by beaches that wouldn't look out of place in Aruba, while in the north, shallow bays give themselves over to watersports like wind and kite-surfing. Add all this together and you can see why Lonely Planet have chosen it as one of their top places to go on holiday in 2018.

But Mauritius has plenty more strings to its bow, too. Look beyond the beaches and you'll find a trove of natural history. The 800-metre-high mountains and forests in the interior are home to some of the world’s rarest animals. The island is also ring-fenced by one of the largest unbroken barrier reefs in the world, so the scuba diving opportunities are on a par with the Maldives.



Stay in the Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok in Mauritius
Nestled on the quiet shores of Trou d’Eau Douce, Shangri-La Le Touessrok, Mauritius is a luxurious private hideaway embodying the true spirit of Mauritius.
7 nights from €3,129 pps sharing a Coral Deluxe Ocean View Room

Price Details

€3129 per person. 
Travel Feb 2024
Breakfast included


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