The tropical island of Mauritius is home to a number of multi-award winning championship golf courses. This beautiful island is truly an outstanding, unforgettable and accessible destination. If you’re looking for golf millionaire style, pack your case and head to Mauritius.Read More Read Less
After the UK and India, Mauritius was the third country in the entire world where golf was ever played in 1902. Since then, Mauritius has become the ultimate superior destination for any golfer.
You can play on exceptional courses designed by Bernhard Langer, relax and refresh at majestic Buddha themed spas, indulge in some fine dining by the beautiful blue sea… and that’s just for starters. Situated in the heart of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius has little variations in temperature, so you can fully expect to enjoy a golf escape in subtropical weather that lasts right through to November; the best time to visit totally depends on your personal preference. Mauritius has a rich and diverse culture, and the same can be said for the delicacies.
The cuisine of Mauritius is a combination of European, Indian and Chinese influences. Dishes inspired by French cuisine have also become a popular choice. Whatever your desires, they will certainly be catered for with plenty of divine options to choose from on your unforgettable golfing holiday.
No golf holiday in Mauritius would be complete without a round on Ile Aux Cerfs. The rainforests, mountain ranges and views of the sapphire blue surrounding ocean, create a backdrop like no other. The diversity of courses on this island is enough to keep golfers and non-golfers alike coming back time and time again.
Mauritius offers many amazing underwater experiences. Whether you’re a keen diver or would like to learn, you’ll enter the world of stunning corals, multi-coloured marine life and much more. Back on dry land, bask in the glorious sunshine on chalk white luxurious sand.
THINGS TO DO
If you appreciate nature and its beauty, visit the 300-year-old National Botanical Garden, one of the most visited attractions in Mauritius. The island is also a phenomenal surfing and snorkelling destination. You can enjoy a dolphin cruise or even take a dip in the Grand Bassin, a magical, natural lake within an extinct volcano crater.
7 nights, Gourmet bliss all inclusive, Unlimited golf
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