The island enjoys some of the finest weather for year-round golf, not to mention a dramatic and staggeringly beautiful landscape to whack a few balls
This 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course designed by Ernie Els is set amidst panoramic views of tropical forests and an ocean that is almost a distraction. Attached to the Four Seasons Resort, this was the first in Mauritius to be built to USGA standards. Six of the 18 holes have the brilliant blue Indian Ocean on three sides with coral-fringed lagoons, and the word is that the last shot is one of the most spectacular in the world. If it”s a merry gang you”re travelling with, check out the lavish six-bedroom villa. Are you among the choosy Travellers who need to be sure of everything? If so check out different grand river south east hotel lists here before you finalise your stay.
This course is considered by many as the most beautiful one on the island. The signature Mauritian skyline-jagged mountains and ocean-views—accompanies you throughout the 18 holes here. The par-72 championship green, spread out over 100 hectares of naturally undulating landscape, is dotted with lakes and streams. Every hole is unique in character and scenery. The heritage restaurant and bar at the clubhouse are the perfect places to unwind after a challenging game.
This beach-and-spa resort also has a challenging 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course. The shark-tooth peaks of Le Rempart and the Trois Mammelles stare down at golfers for most of the 6,886m of undulating green. The breeze is gentle, rainfall scarce, and golf carts are recommended in warm weather. There is the exquisite Le Dix-Neuf Restaurant at the end of the 18th hole. But for a mid-game break, there is a snack house between the 9th and the 10th. So check out what Tamarina Beach and Golf Spa has to offer here before you plan your stay.
Hailed as one of the more spectacular golf courses in the world, this 18-hole championship wonder can be accessed only by boat. It sits on a delightful island called Ile de Cerfs (Deer Island). The deer haven”t stuck around, but the dramatic landscape of volcanic outcrops, lakes and gullies still remain, making this ideal for advanced players without being too challenging for recreational players too. The resort also offers babysitting services and a Teen”s Club, to keep the children busy while you tee the morning away. Enjoy a fun vacation and know what awaits you at Le Touessrok Golf Club by checking out amenities before you plan your trip.
This course throws up a fair amount of challenge for the beginner and the advanced alike. At least five holes will have the ball soaring over the azure ocean waters. The tee-off is at the doorstep of the hotel, just 20m away. Friendly competitions and group lessons are held weekly, allowing you to connect with fellow-golf aficionados. When you”re done with golf, you can also try kite-surfing, while the kids enjoy their first sailing lessons. Here you can check the unique facilities offered at Paradise Hotel & Golf Club during your stay.
The courses on the resorts mentioned here are open to non-residents as well. March-June is the best time, when it”s pleasant and almost mosquito-free.