Itinerary Highlights
    • The stylish accommodation is one of the most beautiful in Mauritius and is nestled on the wild east coast where there are trade winds and a dazzling lagoon

    • Les Deux Cocos - experience the intimacy and seclusion of a private island for the evening

    • Snorkelling in Blue Bay Park and a day in Reunion are some of the options available

    • You'll have access to our additional services, including our local Concierge

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Mauritius is the classic romantic getaway for a very good reason. While the west coast of this petite country is more popular, there are treasures to be found on the east coast, as well as fewer tourists. Mauritian hospitality and the comfort of the hotel will add to the tranquillity. As for the cherry on the top, we've picked one of the finest places in Mauritius and included a night on a private island. All that remains is to be carried away by island life, between naps in the shade of the palm trees and snorkelling sessions in translucent waters, to the rhythm of fishermen who come and go with the tides.


Whilst Mauritius' beautiful beaches need no introduction, Belle Mare beach regularly tops the charts with a special prize for it's fine sands.
It's here between the tropical gardens and the lagoon's turquoise waters that the suites and villas with thatched roofs are nestled. The hotel was recently given a new lease of life by London designer Kelly Hoppen and it cultivates the island's relaxed and elegant vibes. The hotel is built around a circular swimming pool. We love: the beach house feel of the Junior Suite (where you will stay) and its custom-made king-sized bed; the coffee house at sunrise (for those on the east side of the hotel); the Indian cuisine by Michelin-starred chef Vineet Bhatia; the Rolls Royce of food trucks; yoga and riding on the beach; Balinese massages; cocktails from the bar; the long beach of course and the lagoon.

Just for our guests - A treatment for two at the spa - a laundry credit - a private cinema under the stars, settled into the large cushions scattered over the sand - breakfast with your feet in the water, just the two of you.

Things to do on site - A cocktail workshop in a Mauritian tavern to discover the scented rums of the island - riding at sunrise - making chocolate with a pastry chef.


L'ile des Deux Cocos (which gets its name from the two ancient coconut groves) is off the fishing village of Trou d'Eau Douce. Rumour has it that this ancient pirates' den contains treasure. It was built in the 1920s by British Governor Sir Hesketh Bell and was fully restored in 2000. Unrivalled in Mauritius, it expresses the subtle union of British and Moorish architecture combined with the charm of a Mauritian interior. The colonial atmosphere lingers, from the shaded courtyard with Moroccan traces, harmoniously organised around a fountain, to the solarium, from the garden overflowing with bougainvilleas to the wood-framed swimming pool. In the master bedroom, a whirlpool bath invites you to relax in the evenings. A valet and a chef are available. From 4:00 pm until 10:00 am the next day, you have the island to yourself. Although simply enjoying the villa is enough, you can't beat the satin-soft beaches that border the Blue Bay Marine Park, Mauritius' first marine park, where many species of fish and corals live. A small underwater paradise to explore thanks to the glass-bottomed boat that is available and snorkelling mask.


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Experience a return to the original nature of Mauritius, first of all with a boat tour of Blue Bay Marine Park, one of the most beautiful scuba diving spots, where a simple mask and snorkel will take you to a silent world amid corals and tropical fish. Next up, discover l'ile aux Aigrettes, a nature reserve that is home to species endemic to the island, followed by a visit to the Grande Riviere cascades and its magnificent waterfalls. Finally, you'll head to ile aux Cerfs, an uninhabited and preserved island where you can enjoy a spot of lunch whilst dipping your feet in the water.



After a quick flight (around 30 minutes), you'll land on Reunion Island in the morning, where a helicopter is waiting for you. Included in the itinerary: a private flight over the volcano before taking a break in the mountains in a small traditional hamlet. This is followed by a walk into the wilderness to build up your appetite and then an invigorating Creole lunch. Return to the helicopter before flying back to Mauritius. An unprecedented getaway in lush wilderness, this neighbouring island will give you a taster for what you might want for your next trip to the Indian Ocean.


A Rough Idea of Price

Dependent on season, accommodation and activities
The estimated cost for this trip ranges from £3,615 to £5,775 per person. The final cost of the trip depends on the way we tailor it especially for you. The final cost will vary according to several factors, including the level of service, length of trip and advance booking time. The exact price will be provided on your personalised itinerary. The average starting price for this trip is £4,620 per person. Travel not feasible during the southern hemisphere winter (May to September).
  • International flights with a scheduled airline

  • Airline taxes and fuel surcharge

  • Welcome and assistance at the airport

  • Stay for six nights on the east side of the island in a double suite with half board

  • Spend a night on Ils des Deux Cocos private island

  • One hour spa treatments for two, complimentary cocktail, [EUR] 50 laundry credit, private movie screening and breakfast on the beach

  • Local mobile phone provided

  • Our local Concierge service

  • A GPS navigation service accessible from our app, loaded with your itinerary, hotel details and places to visit
A few of the benefits of travelling with us
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