And Chill


Prepare to be rendered speechless, because it’s hard to believe anywhere could be quite as perfect as this. 

Mauritius is also much bigger than you’d expect. Down south there’s the drama of Le Morne, while in the north it’s all about beach life and watersports. It’s a country filled with local markets, street food vendors and sugar plantations. Trouble is, you’ll love your resort so much, with its golf course and world-class spa, you might not want to leave it.

Please note: The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) issues travel advice on destinations, which includes information on passports, visas, health, safety and security. We urge you to visit their website before deciding to travel. 

Places to stay

  • Oberoi

    North West Coast Mauritius

    Sample homemade rum. Dine by candlelight with the sand beneath your feet. Embark on a late-night diving expedition. There's a...

  • One&Only Le St Geran


    One&Only Le Saint Geran is a grande dame of Mauritius hotels. She’s always been a favourite of ours. Only now...

  • Constance Prince Maurice


    Now we’re talking: a true five-star beach resort with every last luxury and amenity taken care of. Constance Prince Maurice sits...

  • Royal Palm

    North Mauritius

    This six-star resort is widely considered to be the best on the island. It's definitely in one of the best...

  • Four Seasons Mauritius

    East Coast Mauritius

    At the Four Seasons, individual villas are dotted about the resort. They're all gorgeous: each one offers a true sense...

  • ​Shangri-La's Le Touessrok

    East Coast Mauritius

    Shangri-La's Le Touessrok achieves something most hotels struggle with: it works for families and couples alike.  Every room offers uninterrupted views...

  • Lux* Belle Mare


    This hotel really is as cool as it looks, an Instagram moment at every turn. We felt there was something...

  • Constance Belle Mare Plage


    Constance Belle Mare Plage has the kind of lobby you can really make an entrance in. It’s spectacular, with views...


We recommend flying directly to Mauritius from Cape Town or Johannesburg, Nairobi or Dar-es-Salaam allowing a combination of countries or directly from London.       


The tropical climate ensures good weather and warm, steady temperatures for most of the year. March and April are hot and humid. May, June, July and August are the cooler months with strong winds likely on the east coast during the month of July. From September the winds subside again bringing warmer weather for October, November and December. The wettest months are February and March.


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