The largest beach in the south of the island, the untouched lagoon with its rich underwater world, the charm of a Mauritian sugar plantation from the 18th century: these are just some of the things that will strike you about the Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort in the middle of the environmentally-protected area of Bel Ombre.
Facts & Facilities
37 x Ocean View Family Room
11 x Beach Front Room
22 x Beach Front Ground Floor Room
4 x Beach Front Family Room
18 x Beach Front Junior Suite
8 x Beach Front Ground Floor Junior Suite
1 x Beach Front Family Junior Suite
2 x Beach Front Senior Suite
1 x Beach Front Family Senior Suite
1 x Beach Front Villa
Enjoy the uninterrupted view of the beach and the turquoise lagoon beyond every day of your holiday. A culturally-inspired ceremony for all couples who want to renew their vows in this incredible location is particularly romantic. Excursions are also available to every guest, bringing the friendly Mauritian community closer to you. Outrigger opened its world-class resort in the south of Mauritius in 2014 with the aim of providing an authentic, relaxed holiday experience to its clients in unique, natural surroundings. The no dress code policy ensures that everyone can enjoy a break from normality for a while. Inner and outer peace is achieved thanks to the lovingly-equipped estate with quiet zones in the tropical garden. The celebrated modern cuisine of the resort ranges from first-class to delicious bites. Innovation and elegance combined is the concept of the Plantation Club with its unique interpretation of Creole cuisine. Besides international wine tastings and afternoon tea, the resort's Navasana Spa with its zen-inspired atmosphere is well worth trying out. The hospitality of the resort is also extended to children, with the Kids Coral Club offering a colourful programme for 3 – 12-year-olds.
- Welcome the Mauritian night to the sound of sega music, cultural performances, and torchlight.
- Enter the refuge of the Navasana Spa and start your holiday off the right way for inner and outer peace.
- As your children enjoy some time at the Kids Coral Club, why not find a spot in one of the quiet zones in the cool, tropical garden to relax?
- Enjoy incredible cuisine and laid-back meals in the restaurants with a mixture of European, Creole, Indian, and Chinese cuisine.
Probably the largest selection of attractions on Mauritius can be found nearby. For example, the Black River Gorges National Park, with its rainforest, wild animals, and breathtaking views. Or, the most important Hindi pilgrimage site outside of India, Ganga Talao, with its numerous statues and the Maha Shivaratree festival in Spring. The seven-coloured earth, which is particularly prominent in the late afternoon with different colours shimmering is also worth seeing. The nearby twin waterfalls of Chamarel, which tumble over 90 metres from top to bottom, are another natural phenomenon that are well worth seeing. The history of Bel Ombre is closely linked to the sugar plantation and factory, founded in 1802. At the heart of the plantation, the Chateau de Bel Ombre manor house was built in 1910, which these days serves as a restaurant. The only cultural memorial of the area can be found in the memorial stone for the survivors of the Travessa ship from 1923 at the end of the beach near to the St. Martin cemetery.