The East Coast of Mauritius
The eastern region of Mauritius features large stretches of sandy beaches, with a pleasant soft breeze in summer and becomes cooler in winter, beaten by the south-east winds. The beautiful beach of Belle-Mare, the longest of the island, Bras d’Eau forest, golf courses and Ile aux Cerfs, among others, are some of the attractions in this region to discover during your holidays in Mauritius.
Belle Mare, Palmar, Trou d’Eau Douce, Poste Lafayette and Roches Noires are the beaches to see when you visit the region. With their beautiful stretches of fine sand.
Île D’ambre also known as D’ambre island, is one of the largest islets in Mauritius with over three miles of solitude on trails meandering through forests, lakes, ruins and to the sea. The island has no permanent resident, but gets a few visitors each day.
There are ruins of former habitation in the center of the island along the main trail. Scattered about the island are depressions filled with seepage from the sea, although one has quite a bit of depth and is teeming with fish.
Azuri Beachfront resort community
Located in Haute Rive, Roches Noires, on the north-eastern coast of Mauritius, this village invites you to embrace a privileged and magical beachfront lifestyle.
Its original and friendly environment is set in a marine decor which reflects the beach and splendid turquoise lagoon of the island. The restaurant caters to the finest palates through its refined cuisine.
Located close to the marketplace, The Café serves simple yet refined cuisine for breakfast, lunch or tea. With its selection of traditional pastries and light meals complemented by a local touch, The Café welcomes you in its convivial cocoon.
The café-bar located on Azuri beach offers a relaxed atmosphere, pleasant environment and comfort food. As an ideal place to snack, grab some fast food or even savour a cocktail at dusk.
Bras D’eau National Park
Bras d’Eau National Park is one of only three national parks in Mauritius. It is located in the north-east of the island.The Park covers over 497 hectares at Poste Lafayette, in the North East coast of Mauritius which also includes the Mare Sarcelles Reserves.
The park consists many exotic trees like mahogany, eucalyptus, Tecoma, the Monkey Puzzle Tree and araucaria.
The park is also a home to a number of species of birds, such as the cave swiftlets (Petite Hirondelle), the Mauritius grey white eye birds (Picpic), and the flycatcher, a critically endangered endemic bird, kestrels, woodpeckers, Major Cateau Vert.
Splash N Fun Leisure Park
Designed over 21 arpents of land with its sensational water slides and entertainment rides, heaven like pools, one food court, four food kiosks and one restaurant offering excellent cuisine, it is an answer to those looking for fun, water, action, sensation and relaxation.
The park has been designed along original pirate style architecture, with an old fort like entrance and a distinctive shipwreck structure standing majestically in the middle of the park. The shipwreck, with its decors and waterfall generally appeals to all visitors.
Belle Mare Beach
The Belle Mare beach is considered as the most beautiful beach in Mauritius by many holiday makers, but also remains very popular among the inhabitants of the island who visit the beach mainly on weekends and holidays.
The Belle Mare beach is ideal for swimming and diving session especially on weekdays, the beach is calm with a peaceful setting. The perfect place for nature lovers, who can enjoy miles of sandy beach for sunbathing and resting in the shade of casuarina trees
Private Seaplane Flight
Experience water take-off and landing. A once in a lifetime opportunity to go on a private seaplane flight across the island with its breathtaking beaches and coral islands.
Your pilot will ensure that you see the famous landmarks and points of interest as you complete one fascinating circuit around the Northern region of the island. The flight is done at a low altitude of up to 1500 feets to guarantee clear and close view of all sights and landmarks and provide many picture perfect moments
The seaplane flight trip is done on a private basis where you will be sitting alongside the pilot who is there to answer any question you might have and to show you all the sights. You will also get to experience the excitement of a water take-off and landing – a unique experience for itself.
Ile Aux Cerfs Island
Île aux Cerfs Island. known in English as the deer island. This paradise island of Mauritius constitutes of around 100 hectares of land. Nowadays there are no more deers on the island, but you will find there some of the worlds beautiful beaches and as such it is one of the must place to visit and see in Mauritius.
Every day, tourists visit Ile Aux Cerfs and spend the whole day on the island and benefit from the range of facilities and activities offered on the island. During recent years Ile Aux Cerfs Island became one of the most popular tourist destination in Mauritius
Anahita Golf & Spa Resort
Anahita Golf & Spa Resort sits along a serpentine stretch of the island’s tranquil east coast – facing the Indian Ocean, a short ferry ride from Île aux Cerfs – among 213 beach-fringed hectares by a rolling sea-view golf course.
Enjoy a vast range of the most sought-after activities: two exceptional 18-hole championship golf courses designed by Ernie Els and Bernhard Langer, exclusive beach experience on its two beaches, boutiques, Personal fitness centre, Anahita Spa by Thémaé Paris, tennis courts, Kids & teens club, water sports centre.
Le Domaine de L’Etoile Leisure and Adventure park
It is also one of the most attractive by the various activities that are offered in the heart of one of the richest wild fauna and flora preserved in Mauritius.
As soon as you arrive, you will be seduced by the beauty of the area and the diversity of the activities on offer. Le Domaine de l’Etoile is certainly the largest private estate on the East Coast of Mauritius with its 1200 hectares.
Lion Mountain Hiking
Lion Mountain is a protruding mountain in the Bambou mountain range. It is visible from Mahebourg and is also very famous for is vegetation and amazing views of the south east. It is one of the mountains across the bay, said to be the only witness left of the ‘‘Bataille Of Vieux Grand Port.”
Throughout your walk in the forest, you will get to discover different species of plants and other greeneries. The location is abundant with native vegetation, exotic plants, and if you are lucky enough, you might spot the small, endemic falcon-the Mauritian Kestrel.
This hike has steep drops and slopes, which may be challenging for novice hikers. Once at the summit, you will be rewarded with some of the most breathtaking views of the Mauritian islets, the crystal-clear blue lagoons, as well as the tropical birds, Paille en queue, soaring above.
Falaise Rouge Restaurant
Falaise Rouge is a table-d’hôte fully dedicated to delicious Mauritian cuisine situated not far from the village of Ferney in the south of the island. The restaurant stands majestically in the bay of Grand Port and offers a magnificent view on the Lion mountain, offering you the privilege to contemplate a vital part of the Mauritian history.
The specialty of this restaurant is that, it has an exceptional location Surrounded by trees, far away from the polluted world, the dishes taste out of world due to its freshness, no pesticides used and the food is not even frozen. Choose your dish our chef will pluck the vegetables accordingly from the kitchen garden and your dish will be concocted.