- Return flights to Mauritius
- Return resort transfers
- 7 nights accommodation in a Comfort Room
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- Land and Water sports as featured by the resort
- All Mauritius taxes; levies and surcharges (estimate)
- Package includes 20% discount
- Upgrade to All inclusive from R3 392 per person
- Adult only resort
- A high season surcharge of R1 840 applies for travel 1-18 April
- Surcharge of R2020 per person applies for travel 18 March - 18 April 2017
- Packages are subject to availability at the time of the reservation.
- Passport & visa costs (if applicable), travel insurance & items of a personal nature are also not included.
- Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to airfare increases and currency fluctuations.
- Rebooking and cancellations fees apply.
- All prices are per person sharing unless otherwise specified.
- Standard terms and conditions apply.
The story was immortalised by JH Bernardin de Sainte-Pierre in 1787 and has become a definition of true love. And so has this adult’s only resort. With wood, stone and thatch Colonial décor throughout, all rooms face the Indian Ocean and have a private balcony or terrace. For a real treat, experience the seafood dining at Le Saint Geran – the resort’s a la carte beach restaurant perfectly located on a sandy pier surrounded by water – a lovers rendezvous par excellence.
Mauritius North Coast, Grand Gaube
12 comfort rooms garden facing with private balconies or terraces. Bathroom comprising of shower and W/C. Size: 32 m²
57 superior rooms sea facing with private balconies or terraces. Bathroom comprising of shower and seperate W/C. Size: 38 m²
12 comfort rooms garden facing with private balconies or terraces. • Bathroom comprising of separate shower/bath/wc. Size: 42 m²
• Furnished terrace or balcony
• Air conditioning
• Hair dryer
• TV/satellite channels
• Telephone with voice mail
• Individual safe
• Tea and coffee facilities
Isle de France - main restaurant overlooking the lagoon offering buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
Le Saint Geran - located on a sandy pier surrounded by water offering daily specials including grills, seafood and mauritian delicacies. Open for lunch and dinner
Available in main bar and rooms at an additional cost.
Visit the Seven Colours Welness lounge for a variety of treaments and massaege.
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
• 2 swimming pools
• Excursion and car rental desks.
• Laundry service
WATER SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
• Table tennis
• French bowling
• Waterskiing (payable)
• Laser Boats
• Glass-bottom boat trips
• Snorkelling trips including equipment
* Scuba diving Centre (payable)
• Deep-sea fishing (payablee)
The hotel’s conference room can accommodate: 60 pax in theatre style. It is equipped with a CD/DVD player, a microphone, a lectern, a screen, a flip chart, a video system and an overhead projector. Available upon request: a video projector, Internet access, fax services, photocopy services and secretarial services are available upon request at a nominal cost.
A recommended hotel
- Package includes a 20% discount - book and pay 60 days prior to departure
- Adult only resort
WELCOME TO MAURITIUS
Mauritius will enchant you; uplift your soul, make you feel that you belong to the chosen few. Every visitor enjoys personal attention. Every encounter is an opportunity to discover a friendly face. Behind each warm smile lies the promise of a unique holiday. The contrast of a multitude of colours and tastes, the island, set in its turquoise sea, is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Mauritius, a melting pot where past and present are smoothly blended together.
Claimed by the Dutch in the year 1598, and occupied by the French between 1715 and 1810, Mauritius was ruled by Great Britain from 1814 after the Treaty of Paris. The island gained independence from Britain in 1968 and became a Republic in 1992.
Due to its multicultural diversity, Mauritius boasts a number of spoken languages. The majority of the population is bilingual, fluent in both English and French. Creole and French are the main languages of the island.
Diverse ethnic groups make up the population of Mauritius. Immigrants, originally from Africa, India, France, Great Britain and China brought along their cultures, languages, values and traditions when they settled on the island. The various ethnicities live alongside one another making Mauritius a harmonious multicultural nation.
The island is blessed with a tropical climate. Summer is from November to May, during this period the temperature varies between 22 °C and 35 °C. Winter is from May to November with a temperature variance between 17 °C and 26 °C. The sea temperature varies between 22 °C and 26 °C.
Monday to Thursday: 9.15 am - 3.15 pm, Friday: 9.15 am -3.30 pm, Saturday: 9.15 am -11.15 am. Banks are also open to coincide with the arrival and departure of international flights at the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Airport.
The monetary unit is the Mauritian Rupee (Rs.) which is divided into 100 cents (cs). ZAR1 = Rs4
The Mauritian economy is based on four sectors: Textile, Tourism, Sugar and Services – with tourism the largest sector.
220 volts, square pinned plug.
All hotels will provide a babysitting service at a fee. Advance bookings are essential.
WHAT TO PACK
Take along your best beach and casual wear, perfect for the day. The dress for dinner is smart casual and gents are required to wear long trousers. Sunglasses and suntan lotion are a must.