4*Plus Sands Suites Resort & Spa Mauritius
Travel 01 Mar 2020 - 22 Oct 2020
Book by 19 Feb 2020
Saving £167 per person
- 7 nights Sands Suites Resort & Spa, Mauritius - Superior suite Half board
- Half board
- Flights to Mauritius via Paris-Charles De Gaulle with Air Mauritius, accommodation in a superior suite, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Supplement of £20 per person for travel on Fri, Sat & Sun in each directions.
- This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
Superior suite Half board
This elegant, relaxed resort is situated on the west coast of Mauritius, near the town of Flic en Flac, overlooking the white sands of the Tamarin Bay with the majestic Le Morne Mountain as a backdrop. By day you can enrich your stay with complimentary watersports, a superb spa, tennis or if you prefer, lounge by the shimmering infinity pool. All of the well-designed suites feature views of the sea while the three restaurants treat you to exceptional cuisine.
Includes half board at the Tamarind Terrace, which is the main restaurant offering a selection of culinary delights. There is a wide choice of both local and international flavours, with a different theme each day. Authenticity, simplicity, taste and sharing are the key factors of the restaurant which offers fresh cuisine, an array of vegetarian options and an elegant setting.
Alternatively you can also dine at the following with a Rs800 dining credit per person:
The Spices restaurant – an “a la carte” menu based on a Mediterranean concept with a local touch. It is an “open invitation to awake your senses and to discover new flavours and local ingredients”.
Pink PepperCorn – the beach restaurant delicately positioned under two coqueluches trees and next to a pink peppercorn tree. This restaurant is the ideal setting for a romantic escapade and seafood lovers.
Cilantro Restaurant, located at the Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa, within 2 minutes’ walk from the hotel, is a temple of modern Indian gastronomy with a romantic atmosphere. This specialty restaurant offers à la carte dinners and the finest Indian fusion cuisine
COMPLIMENTARY ACTIVITIES to enjoy during your stay:
Land Based Activities:
* Floodlit tennis courts
* Table tennis
* Beach volley Ball
* Bike tours to Flic-en-Flac Village. Discover the village of Flic-en-Flac, the villagers and their way of living, fishermen, the beautiful beach of Flic-en-Flac and visiting the reef coast. (Wednesday and Saturdays)
* Tamarin Walk - guided walk on Thursdays and Sundays to the nearby village of Tamarin
* Gentle Yoga and Meditation for Beginners (Tuesdays only).
* Aqua gym in the pool
* Water skiing
* Sailing boat
* Stand up paddles
* Glass bottom boat rides
Flights to Mauritius via Paris-Charles De Gaulle with Air Mauritius, accommodation in a superior suite, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Supplement of £20 per person for travel on Fri, Sat & Sun in each directions.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.
Superior suite Half board
Bewitching Mauritius ticks all the boxes for a tropical escape with dazzling beaches, sparkling lagoons, lush forests and volcanic hills. If that’s not enough to get you packing, there are some surprisingly affordable luxury hotels, fascinating culture, a superb climate and tantalising cuisine all wrapped up with laid-back Creole charm.
For those who seek nothing more than sun, sand and sea there are fabulous beaches island-wide. The greatest concentration are in the north and include the sheltered waters of lively Grand Baie. Watersport enthusiasts will find plenty of options, including sailing, windsurfing and waterskiing and Grand Baie is also the departure point for deep sea fishing trips and boat excursions to nearby islands including Flat Island, Round Island and Serpent Island. There are a great selection of shops and restaurants along with the island's best bars and nightclubs.
Close by is the sleepier village of Grand Gaube which has small bays and rocky headlands forming a stunning coastline. Turtle Bay, on the northwest, has an idyllic white sand beach surrounded by a coral reef which is home to turtles and numerous brightly coloured fish, so ideal for snorkelling and diving.
The east coast is famous for its irresistible stretch of pristine beaches, none more so than Belle Mare whose seemingly endless powdery sands are fringed on one side by shady casuarina trees and edged by the lagoon on the other. All manner of land and water activities can be found, for those so inclined, including golf, tennis, parasailing, snorkelling and glass-bottom boat safaris. There's not really a shopping scene at Belle Mare, but visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining, with several bars and restaurants within the luxury hotels bordering the beach. Offshore is the stunning island of Ile aux Cerfs, which is reputedly home to the most beautiful beach in Mauritius and makes for a great day trip.
Close to the historical village of Mahebourg on the south east coast is where Preskil Beach Resort enjoys an idyllic setting on a natural private peninsula, with views across to L'ile aux Aigrettes Nature Reserve and nearby marine park of Blue Bay, which has the island's best underwater scenery and is an ideal place to snorkel.
Bel Ombre on the southwest is Mauritius at its authentic best. Scenery is certainly a highlight here with the glorious sandy beaches resting in the shade of coconut trees and mountain foothills while sugar plantations point to the colonial past. Nature lovers may wish to visit the nearby Black River Gorges National Park, famous for its waterfalls, vistas and rare forest. Hikes are available that take you into the heart of the indigenous forest, which is home to over 300 species of native and endemic flowering plants and nine rare bird species.
Once a small west coast fishing village, Flic en Flac has grown into one of the hottest beach resorts in Mauritius. The long beautiful white sand beach is protected by a lagoon that makes it perfect for swimming and watersports, plus there are some great dive sites too, including caves and wrecks. There are plenty of little souvenir shops and stalls along the beach, a large selection of restaurants, a number of popular bars and even a casino.
Port Louis, the island's capital, is well worth a visit. Stroll around the many well-preserved historic and colonial buildings, enjoy the buzz of the bustling markets and don't miss Pamplemousse Botanic Gardens, now officially called Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens, which lie just outside the city. Regarded as one of the best botanical gardens in the world, there are more than 650 species of exotic flowers to be seen.
For honeymooners, Mauritius offers both the Honey and the Moon. Honey represents the pampering, the cocktails, the fine dining during sunset, whereas The Moon represents the adventure, the exploring and the embracing of the outdoors and the culture.