Mauritius Spa Break Itinerary

At a glance

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    Scenic locations and unparalleled five star luxury combine with gentle cultural excursions and awe inspiring landscapes as well as superb cuisine and customer service to deliver a holiday of phenomenal romantic proportions.

  • Local attractions

    Cultural

    Experience traditional teas at the Domaine des Aubineaux, built in 1872, and visit the Bois Chéri tea factory and museum. Here they will explain the different stages of tea production from picking to packaging, while at Chateau de Saint Aubin you will discover a beautiful colonial mansion built in 1819 near the factory using wood from demolished ships.

  • Scenery

    Local Attractions

    Stay in hotels on white sand beaches, surrounded by tropical gardens and unique natural landscapes including the majestic Le Morne mountain, UNESCO parkland and a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. You will also have a chance to visit the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • Relaxation

    Wellness

    On this luxurious break you will experience a wide range of treatments and therapies that incorporate techniques from across the globe and bring them together with a Mauritian twist for a total sense of wellbeing alongside the luxury.

Location

Mauritius Spa Break Itinerary

Mauritius

Spa & Leisure

Anahita Golf and Spa Resort:

Surrounded by its own 18-hole golf course, the hotel has no shortage of leisure opportunities for guests. There is a fitness centre, swimming pools, three tennis courts and group exercise classes available - namely aerobics, step, zumba, stretching, aquagym, yoga, pilates, kayak and bike rides. The spa is about delicate and refined beauty in partnership with the French brand THEMAE meaning 'Japanese tea ceremony’. Here they offer tea based therapies with facilities including a tea lounge, nine single rooms and one double treatment room each with their own garden area, there are interior and exterior showers, and changing rooms with steam rooms and a manicure and pedicure rooms.

Shanti Maurice A Nira Resort:

Beautifully located on the beach, the hotel offers sport as well as relaxation in a paradise environment including non-motorised watersports, tennis, golf, jogging, trekking, power walking, aquafit, pilates, finger painting, garden tours and cooking classes. As well as a golf course, there are two floodlit tennis courts, a gym and a spa dedicated to relaxation, serenity and wellness through healthy cuisine and regimes that include hydrotherapy, cocoons, body polishes, fusion massage and watsu treatments.

LUX* Le Morne:

Fringed by miles of sandy beaches, the hotel has four pools, a tempting spa and a swathe of tropical gardens to wander around in. Guests can swim with dolphins, go snorkelling, wakeboarding, waterskiing, hire bikes, play tennis, go horse riding, or indulge in fitness, yoga, meditation and nutrition in the spa where Chinese medicine and Balinese massage reign supreme.

The Oberoi Mauritius:

Surrounded by extraordinary natural beauty, the hotel enjoys the use of two pools, a fully-equipped fitness suite and floodlit tennis courts throughout the year. Meanwhile, the spa sits in a secluded area surrounded by indigenous trees and pools. Therapies include Ayurvedic, Western, Thai, Balinese and Oberoi signature treatments that harmonise modern sciences and ancient philosophies, and guests can also experience hatha yoga, breathing exercises, t'ai chi and meditation.

Hotel & Accommodation

Known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs, Mauritius seduces visitors with its natural splendour complete with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking trails and wildlife. Amongst its history and beauty it is imbued with a rich culture that entices visitors from around the world. As Mark Twain once wrote: 'Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius’. He might have been even more convinced of the matter had he been offered a 12 night holiday complete with breakfasts, lunches, multi-activity entrance fees and spa treatments as well.

Anahita Golf and Spa Resort:

Set amongst 213 hectares of tropical gardens and an 18 hole golf course, Anahita Golf and Spa Resort is a five star hotel nestled on the east coast of Mauritius. Exuding authentic Mauritian charm, it has two beaches and offers guests accommodation in suites and villas, starting with a one bedroom Junior Suite complete with a kitchenette with dining counter, a cosy living area and a veranda with seating area overlooking the beautifully landscaped garden. Guests dine in one of five restaurants, each offering its own take on the island’s cuisine, or alternatively you can relax with in suite dining.

Shanti Maurice A Nira Resort:

Shanti Maurice has one of the island’s best beaches, the most extensive collection of private villas and a warm welcome to go with it. Featuring exotic gardens, pristine white sands and stylish accommodation in ocean-facing suites and villas created from natural materials to blend with the tropical landscape. Meanwhile, dining is in the form of casual barbecues on the beach, fine Cape-inspired dining at the oceanfront restaurant and simple, healthy fare from the Garden Wok menu.

LUX* Le Morne:

At the foot of the rugged, majestic Le Morne mountain, LUX* Le Morne is the place to go to retreat and be surrounded by nature. Set on one of Mauritius’ most attractive lagoons on the wilder UNESCO-protected south-west side of the island, it is ideal for for barefoot walks and bicycle rides. Starting with a Superior Room, accommodation offers wooden floors and contemporary style with the sound of the ocean all around and the scent of orchids in the air. Meanwhile, dining is offered in four restaurants and two bars with a fusion of beach barbecues and island-inspired cuisine paired with award-winning wines.

The Oberoi Mauritius:

A comfortable 15km from the capital, Port Louis, The Oberoi, Mauritius is unique amongst luxury hotels on the island. Located in 20 acres of gardens, it enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay; a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. Accommodation is in a collection of luxurious pavilions and villas each with thatched roofs and magnificent views of the Indian Ocean. Food meanwhile can range from a champagne breakfast on the beach to the main restaurant, On the Rocks or the restored 18th century Gunpowder Room.