5 star Hotels Seychelles

Seychelles, the archipelago of marvelous beauty takes vacation to the next level. It combines idyllic beaches and sights with luxury and well-being.

Let us have a look at some of Seychelles’ 5 Star hotels.

Constance Lémuria Seychelles

5 star hotel- Constance Lemuria Resort- SeychellesTucked away in glorious seclusion on the north-west corner of Praslin, the Constance Lémuria is the perfect mix of nature, style, service and facilities. This luxurious hotel is an ideal escape from the stress of daily life. On its doorstep you will find three fantastic beaches, washed by the warm iridescent waters of the Indian Ocean.

Featuring a real picture-postcard perfection, the Constance Lémuria is surrounded by luxuriant and rare vegetation, which acts as a shield from the prevailing winds. For you to enjoy the highest standard of luxury and comfort, the hotel has recently undergone an extensive renovation, freshening up all the main areas and suites with a colorful new look and feel.

Constance Lémuria exudes the quintessence of elegance and refinement with a touch of exoticism and envelopes unique experiences that transforms into a lifetime souvenirs.


With its unique combination of pink granite, marble, thatched palms roots and natural wood, Constance Lémuria transforms your stay into a dream.

Following the same elegant theme, the suites and villas of Constance Lémuria contains all the mod-cons you would expect from a world-class hotel.

The Constance Lémuria invites you to experience the epitome of luxury with its stylish spacious suites and villas with swimming pools that seems to be crafted by nature.

Sports, Activities and Recreation

Holiday seekers that love to combine their vacation with some golfing, will be at heaven in Constance Lémuria. The hotels offers an 18-hole championship golf course of 80 hectares with Par 70.

It also offers numerous water and land activities.

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles

5 star hotel- Four Season Resort- SeychellesThe Four Seasons Resort is a real glimpse of paradise, a stay here is akin to residing in the ‘garden of Eden’.

Carved into a hillside on the island of Mahé, the Four Seasons Resorts comprises of 67 tree-house villas and suites perched in lush vegetation above the bay of Petite Anse.

The place itself will make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive, with its mesmerizing sights, amazing beach and the pure atmosphere only enhance this feeling. Ideally located, the Four Season Resort offers unparalleled natural privacy mixed with unique experiences that stirs the senses. The hotel is about 30 minutes from Mahé International Airport.


Built in a traditional Creole design featuring natural timber and brick, the suites and villas are all very spacious and have every facility and comfort that you might expect.

Either situated in the gardens or perched on the rocks, the suites and villas of the Four Seasons Resort emphasizes on the intimacy and contentment of its guest.

If you are heading there with your families, we recommend you to stay in one of the Garden-View Villa.


In term of activities, you will not be disappointed. The hotel overflows with indoor and outdoor activities to keep you busy.

Maia Luxury Resort and Spa

5 star hotel- Maia Luxury Resort- SeychellesBetter described as a sedate sanctuary, the Maia Luxury Resort and Spa is simply the most private and discreet resorts you will ever find.

Enjoying an idyllic hillside setting along the pristine white sand beach of Anse Louis on the south east coast of Mahé Island, the resorts offers something more than just breathtaking views, it gives you a place to restore yourself.

The resort contains wonderful and well-established villas set amidst 30 tropical acres of flowers and palm trees. Adorned in natural stone, sleek furnishings and glossy woods, the resort is also one of the most beautifully design establishment in Seychelles. The hotel is a 25-minutes’ drive from the international airport and a 30 minutes’ drive from the capital city of Victoria.


Design in a contemporary style with African and Asian influences, the Maia Luxury Resort and Spa makes it a priority to contribute positively in its guest experience. It offers spacious villas, in a calm and peaceful atmosphere. Each villas has a private butler service.


Guest have the freedom to dine wherever, whenever and on whatever they desire at Maia Luxury Resort. The restaurant offers Mediterranean, Indian, Asian and Creole cuisine. The restaurant boast an impressive wine collection where private tastings in the hotel’s wine cellar can be arranged.

Raffles Praslin Seychelles

5 star hotel- Raffles Praslin- SeychellesCradled in the heart of the island of Praslin, the Raffles is a multi-award winning resort. Located on the white sandy beach of Anse Takamaka and just few minutes from the tremendous Anse Lazio, the resort beckons travelers to return again and again.

The hotel is an oasis of calm and tranquility, offering breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and ensures an intimate and charming atmosphere. Beautifully designed by Ross Macbeth, the resorts features a contemporary architecture, which blends sublimely with its surrounding.

To access the hotel from Mahé Island, you can take either a 15-minute shuttle plane, followed by a 30-minute drive to the resort or a 45-minute sea ferry ride, followed by a 20-minute drive to the resort.


The eighty-six villas has been carefully design to instill a sense of wellbeing and to create an atmosphere of blissful relaxation. Each villas enjoy private plunge room and outdoor pavilion with dining table.


The Raffles Seychelles offers a myriad of activities with the legendary Vallée de Mai as highlights.

Banyan Tree Seychelles

5 star hotel- Banyan Tree Resort- SeychellesNestled on the South Western Coast of Mahé Island in the beautiful Intendance Bay, the exclusive Banyan Tree hides away in a privilege location. Tucked around dense forest of palms, native takamaka and powder-like sand fading in the emerald waters of the Indian Ocean, the Banyan Tree resort provides a rare taste of paradise for your Seychelles holiday.

Unique in its genre, the resort has some kind of spellbinding effects. It is perfect for honeymooners in search of privacy and tranquility, thanks to it secluded setting. The resort has been sensibly design to combine the traditional colonial style with a rustic background, allowing it to merge elegantly with its natural surroundings. The resort is a 30-minute drive from the international airport and a 45-minute drive from the Capital.


Evoking a feeling of comfort and pleasure, the spacious villas of Banyan Tree is a mix between contemporary, colonial and ‘plantation décor’. The main theme here is romance, rejuvenation and exotic sensuality in a Seychellois style.

Beach Mauritius

Mauritius is one of the favourite destinations for holidays! This summer, if you are wondering what to do during you holidays, well rest assured, we got some advice for you. For a complete holiday full of adventure and discoveries, we have made a top 10 of the must-dos on this wonderful island of the Indian-Ocean. We hope you have fun!

1. Ile aux Cerfs

Ile aux Cerfs is an outer island you should not miss visiting while being in Mauritius. It is an uninhabited island located east of Mauritius. Being both a tourist spot and also a place where Mauritians love to go for a day on weekends for a picnic with family, you will surely enjoy a nice moment there.

To get there, you just need take a boat near Trou d’Eau Douce. There are several formulas “excursion inclusive” but for more authenticity and for complete freedom, we recommend you take the water taxi from Trou d’Eau Douce which leaves every 20 minutes and takes you there in about ten minutes. Be careful not to lose your ticket back.

Once there, you can enjoy the beautiful beach and turquoise waters that lie ahead. You can also relax in the shade of casuarinas if it’s too hot or walk along the beach on the other side of the island where the sea is rough. If you are observant, you will probably encounter large starfish back by the waves. Also, if you are fan of extreme activities like parasailing, you can try them with some operators present on the island.

2. The Garden of Pamplemousses

The Garden of Pamplemousses is one of the most visited sites of the island. It has also changed its name and is now called the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden (named after the former Prime Minister of the island). This 37-hectare garden is a nice tour to do. You can visit it with a guide that will be available at the entrance of the garden. This will help you to know more about the history of the park and learn more about the specimens that can be observed. Be careful in summer – mosquito – keep your anti-insects sprays near!

Garden Admission: Rs 200 (5 €)

3. Blue Bay

The South of the island is an exceptional site for snorkelling. The marine park of Blue Bay is known for its beautiful fauna and flora. After taking a glass bottom boat that will enable you to learn a little more about the different corals, why not give a try to diving with your masks and snorkels. We promise it to be a pure moment of pleasure among the fish and corals of all colors. There are a lot of providers along the beach, do not hesitate to negotiate rates!

Average price for a visit in glass bottom boat and snorkeling 300 rupees (€ 7)

4. Port Louis and its market

Port Louis, capital of Mauritius! Not visiting this small capital would be a shame because it is a city that deserves to be visited at least for its large market and various historical spots. Mingle with the population, and taste the street food (chilies cakes, samosas, Dholl puree, boulettes) and observe the daily life of Mauritians. Visit the market to discover the beautiful and succulent tropical fruits and vegetables but also the bazaar part where you will find clothing, souvenirs, etc. Know that as a tourist, you will have been “spotted”, and everyone will want to sell stuffs to you. This can be disturbing but a simple “no thank you” will end any sequence. For the price, it’s the same, know that there the price for the “tourist” and the “local” price. Negotiate! Do not hesitate a second. One last thing you should not miss is the “Alouda”, its pure bliss!

5. Beach of Mont Choisy

One of the best beaches is located northwest of the island, the beach of Mont Choisy. The beach is splendid with its fine golden sand. It is ideal for sunbathing or simply relaxing under the casuarina trees that line the beach. Do enjoy a swim in its azure lagoon and if you are hungry you will find there some “food trucks”- Fried noodles in trays is a treat you should not miss!

6. Cap Malheureux

If you’ve already seen photos of Mauritius, you necessarily saw the famous Cap Malheureux red chapel. Cap Malheureux is located north of the island. In the distance we can see the Coin de Mire, it’s really a beautiful place to see. This is a must stop point in my opinion – mostly for those who love romantic corners.

7. Grand Baie

Grand Bay is a bit like Mauritius’ Saint-Tropez. The most touristic place of the island with its many restaurants, bars, nightclubs. This is the place to be if you love nightlife and want to enjoy your holidays to the maximum.

8. Le Morne

Le Morne is a mountain in the southwest of Mauritius, world heritage of UNESCO since 2008 under the name of “Le Morne Cultural Landscape”. This site was a sanctuary for runaway slaves and today is a memorial of the colonial period of the island. Le Morne rises to 555 meters, the ascent is accompanied by a guide. The view at the top is breathtaking. Not far away, you can enjoy the beaches that are perfect for kitesurfing.

9. Visit the Aquarium Mauritius

On the northwest coast at Pointe aux Biches where you can visit the Aquarium of Mauritius. It is worth a look if you will not have the opportunity to explore the Mauritian seabed. Tip for your visit: Go in the morning at 11 am or in the afternoon just before 15h and be present at the large pool of sharks. You will have the chance to witness the feeding of the fish and sharks, it’s a very nice experience to see. It is a visit to do with the kids or if you do not have the opportunity to snorkel or dive.

10. The Tea Route in Mauritius

The tea route is a gastronomic, historic and cultural excursion well known by tourists visiting Mauritius. The course is done in 3 steps and to discover the farms of tea, sugar cane and vanilla. The 3 areas are the domain of Aubineaux, Bois Cheri and Saint Aubin. This route will dive you into a colonial past still present in Mauritius and that deserves attention if we want to understand the history of the island.

To discover the tea route, you have several options. You can go to each step on your own by renting a car or book a taxi for the day. You can also enjoy the services of a local agency that will take you on each domain.

Have a wonderful trip around Mauritius!

Indian Ocean Sunset

The Indian Ocean: nestled in its warm waters are beautiful tropical destinations. The third largest island in the world, Madagascar, with its unique endemic fauna and interesting culture, is located just off the coast of Africa. A little further east are the islands of Mauritius and Reunion with their superb and fantastic beaches offering a variety of activities and water sports. The countless islands in the Maldives and the Seychelles all have a fantastic underwater world ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling, as well as some of the best beaches in the world.



Located in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a tropical island with as capital Port Louis, which is located in the north west of the island. This city is the business center and main administration of the island. To visit the capital, you can start with the Caudan Waterfront followed by the market where exotic fruits vegetables and souvenir of the island will delight your eyes,.

You will also have the opportunity to discover the Aapravasi Ghat – UNESCO Heritage site- where the many Indian immigrant landed when they first came to the island. Le Morne located southwest of the island was also declared as World Heritage by UNESCO in 2008. The mountain of Le Morne is a strategic location that was used as a shelter by runaway slaves, thinking that if they were captured again and they would be killed, so they chose to jump from the top of the mountain. They preferred death to save their honor, their dignity and their right to freedom.

The welcome is warm in Mauritius. You can also discover different cultures and exquisite traditional food such as chicken curry and rougaille. Mauritian sega is the musical soul of the island. There is a lot of places of interest to visit on the island. Do not miss the beautiful beaches surrounded by warm lagoons and calm seas. These perfect conditions allow you to go to the discovery of the underwater treasures of the ocean Indian. You will surely want to stay in Mauritius.

More than 200 species of fish live in Mauritian waters. And these waters allow for many different activities such as swimming, windsurfing, diving, snorkeling, big game fishing, or swimming with Dolphins. Savour island hopping trip in Mauritius on the catamaran with sun and sea, beer and guitars in hand while discovering surrounding islands – Ile Aux Cerfs, Ile aux Aigrettes…

Mauritius is a tropical island with lush greens, you can admire the magnificent panorama of the island during a tour to Curepipe, on Trou Aux Cerfs, to beautifully end your sojourn.

Reunion Island


Located in the Mascarene Islands, the island of Reunion, a French department offers to the traveler the unique charms of a tropical island in the Indian Ocean.

To the north lies Saint Denis. The island has extensive networks of trails pirouetting lush nature. More than 40% of its total area is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage. The climate and volcanic soil are very ideal for cultivations such as Arabica, Bourbon vanilla and other species. The cultivation of sugar cane in turn holds the first place in production in Reunion Island

The musical soul of the island of Reunion is Maloya. This moving and meaningful art is the pride of Reunion. Maloya was born to express the pain and rebellion among the slaves of Malagasy and African origin in the sugar plantations of Reunion. This emblematic musical genre contributes to the festive atmosphere which made the reputation of the island. The Reunionese culture, with its various fusions, offers a cuisine with excellent dishes that are very balanced in rice, beans, meat or fish in sauce – rougaille. A menu with appetizer, like vegetable salad, palmist or chayote gratin, accompanied by dessert such as sweet potato or cassava.

The Piton de la Fournaise has an area of ​​2632m and remains the main attraction of the island of Reunion. Being one of the most active volcano in the world in recent years, everyone is curious to see the interior of this majestic volcanic crater.

Reunion is also known for his three circuses named Cilaos, Mafate and Salazie. These volcanic cloverleaf stand proudly in the heart of the island, at the foot of the Piton des Neiges. Cilaos best represents the intense island’s reputation which Reunion forged. While some come only to enjoy the view and to buy the traditional rum others are here to spend a moment of tranquility in a place where you are completely cut from the world. Mafate is the wildest of the three circuses with abundant vegetation and waterfalls. As for Salazie, it has the most visible treasures, The Bridal Veil. It is a waterfall with several sources and is as legendary as Reunion. Geologically speaking, the Iron Hole is the most beautiful place on the island of Reunion. There are majestic waterfalls and some are almost the size of the Eiffel Tower.

The Seychelles

Seychelles - La Digue - Grande Anse

The Seychelles consists of 115 coral and granite islands in the Indian Ocean with unparalleled beaches and majestic cliffs. The capital of Seychelles is Victoria and is located on the largest island of the archipelago, Mahé.

The Seychelles are especially known for their beaches, these blocks of smooth rocks washed up on the white sand and wet with a transparent and hot water are definitely an uncommon sight. Among its most beautiful beaches, Anse source D’Argent remains the most popular. It is popular especially for the panoramic view it offers and the beautiful surroundings. Water sports are not left out, especially with a dive center for those wanting to discover the underwater fauna and flora. The excursion in the glass bottom boat will allow you to see fish and marine species if you are not ready to get wet.

Some islands are home to colonies of giant tortoises. Each island reveals its original beauty: from peaks covered with lush forests to the ocean sapphire, through hillside clearings and beautiful granite rocks that surround the beaches considered among the finest in the world.

The Seychelles has two sites listed as World Natural Heritage by UNESCO: the fabulous Vallée de Mai and Aldabra Atoll, the largest coral atoll in the world.

Accommodations in the Seychelless are also varied as the range extends from small boutique establishment with their beachside bungalows to luxury 5 star hotels. English and French are the official languages. The Seychellois Creole also became the semi-official language in 1981, in the press and literature.

We find the Seychelles Creole cuisine the best of the Indian Ocean. Rice and fish, are decorated with succulent fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. The moutia is the traditional Seychellois dance; its rhythms are strongly influenced by African and Malagasy origin. The songs are prayers that the slaves transformed into chants during work, accompanied by throbbing dance.

Have wonderful holidays in the Indian Ocean!

the seychelles

A country of white sand beaches and palm trees, the Seychelles is an exotic tourist destination. Just four degrees south of the equator, the 115 granitic and coralline islands of the Seychelles make up the world’s only granite-formed oceanic islands. We recommend hopping between the pristine islands during your holidays in the Seychelles.

Mahe, capital of the Seychelles and its beautiful beaches and hiking trails; La Digue Island enchanted by its Creole rhythm where one travels only by bike or ox carts in an authentic atmosphere and its small colonial village of La Passe; Praslin, the second largest island of the Seychelles, famous for its beautiful beaches and its primary forest; Aldabra Atoll, refuge giant tortoises; Silhouette, quintessential natural island and national park; The Seychelles has so much that you’re sure to always have some new place to visit while spending your holidays there. Do not hesitate to book your flight to Seychelles for your next holidays.

Mahe, Seychelles

Mahe from above

Patrimwann, cultural center of Victoria, Independence Avenue, the Champs-Elysées Victoria Clock Tower, Victoria’s Clock Tower symbol of the Hindu Temple Sri Vinayagar Navasakthi in honor of Ganesh, former Bel Air Cemetery and legends, the oldest site in the Seychelles built by man are few of what awaits you on Mahé. You will also come to the discovery of the St. Anne Marine park, ranked marine nature reserve.

You will also come across its ruins of colonial buildings, tombs of pirates and its famous snorkelling spot, the Bay and beach of Beau Vallon, the Seychelles Morne National park in an exceptional setting, the cove of Anse Major prized for its beauty, tranquility and views on Silhouette also remains must visit spots.  The beautiful beaches of Anse Soleil, Anse Takamaka and Anse Intendance are not to be missed along with the king’s spices garden.

Praslin, Seychelles

Praslin marine reserve boasts millions of colorful fish. Alone with the Vallée de Mai where the earth is red and where grows one of the largest seed in the world, coconut buttock (Coco de Mer – Coco Fess) the island beholds the treasures of the Seychelles archipelago. On Praslin, you will also have the chance to have a swim at Anse Lazio, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

La Digue, Seychelles

Former colonial area with coconut trees, Union Estate, a real open air museum will surprise its visitors. The stunning beach of Anse Source d’Argent, one of the most photographed beaches in the world, will make you think you are dreaming and do not miss a stop at the Eagles Nest, the highest point of the mountain peak of La Digue. Experience easy-going island life on the island of La Digue. With a population of only 2000, the island itself is just 10 square kilometres, making it relatively easy to navigate by bicycle. La Digue is also home to the extremely rare Black Paradise Flycatcher bird, with only 100 in existence.

Inner and outer islands, Seychelles

The Inner Islands are mostly granitic and group mainly around the principal islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue. Together they are home to the majority of Seychelles’ accommodation facilities as well almost the entire population of the archipelago. There are 43 Inner islands in total, 41 granitic and 2 coraline.

The Outer Islands are those situated beyond the Seychelles plateau. They comprise 72 low-lying sand cays and atolls. Less visited than their granitic cousins due to their remoteness, these pristine miniature worlds offer untouched habitats for many species of wildlife.

The Seychelles blue waters

Must-Taste in the Seychelles

Here is everything you should taste while visiting the Seychelles: The shark’s flesh chutney is a mixture of minced shark, with saffron and bilimbi is a pure pleasure in the mouth; The Seychelles curry – rousette, zourite, chicken and other meats – in which coconut milk is added is pure bliss – a must eat; The Kat-Kat, a popular dish of green bananas and tuna served in the milk of coconut salt and pepper.

These accompanied with lemongrass tea or SeyBrew, the local beer simply makes it all perfect. If you have the chance to, do not hesitate to tests the Bacca Rum – local alcoholic beverage made with sugar cane and pineapple. The Coco D’Amour liqueur, with the remarkable shape of its bottle will seduce more than one. You will notice that practically all desserts in the Seychelles is linked with banana or coconut: banana or coconut pies, banana fritters, coconut nougat and many more.

Family activities in the Seychelles

Playing Robinson Crusoe in an idyllic setting, with a centenarian turtle as best friend and swimming with whale sharks which can be spotted near the west coast and north of Mahe from August to October, is a dream coming true for most. Admire the sea without getting wet aboard a glass-bottom boat, go in search of the rare “black parrot” in the Vallée de Mai, take the sea to observe dolphins, whales or watch the turtles nesting on the beach of Desroches Island and make snorkeling activities. You will always find something to do with your family in the Seychelles.

Seychelles: The ideal destination for lovers

Say “Yes!” in a unique and romantic location between sea and garden, fly to Seychelles in the turquoise vastness of the Indian Ocean, participate in a yoga class at sunset, get a massage facing the ocean, enjoy sports with a coach, marvel at the sublime view of the horizon, enjoy the beauty of the seabed and spend unforgettable memories with your loved one.

The Seychelles in a Nutshell

The Seychelles will conquer more than one with its many activities and spots offered on the pristine island. From young to old, everyone will find something to do. Come at the discovery of a wonderful culture with exquisite culinary practices and enjoy wonderful moments in unparalleled scenery. This is what the Seychelles is all about – adventure. Visit the hidden coves at your own pace, enjoy the moments and make memories. The Seychelles is the real paradise on earth.

Enjoy your holidays in the Seychelles!

Beaches Seychelles

When it comes to beaches, everyone has their own preferences. Some will look for a party on the sands; grab a drink and chat it up with other beachgoers. Others prefer to find their own private spot, free of shops, vendors and other tourists. If you’re looking for a beach to suit your specific need, we have made a selection and reviewed them for you. With a number of beaches, both private and public, it isn’t too difficult to find a small piece of paradise. Depending on the hotel you are sojourning in, you will only need to decide whether they want handiness or seclusion.

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Beau Vallon

Found in the North of the island, Beau Vallon is the most popular beach of Mahé, among tourists and Seychellois. It is popular especially for the panoramic view it offers on the islands of North Island and Silhouette.

Beau Vallon offers everything you would expect of Seychelles: a translucent water and white sand of course, but also shops, restaurants. But even at the height of his attendance, the beach is never saturated. Although this is the only bay on the island where motorized water sports are allowed, jet skis and parasailing are relatively rare. Other water sports are not left out, especially with a dive center for those eager to discover the fauna and underwater flora.

And for those who do not want to jump into the water, the Glass Bottom Boat Tour (excursion in glass bottom boat) will allow you to see fish and marine life without getting wet.

Anse Takamaka

These are the famous trees, Takamaka that surround and protect the cove of the wind that gave it its name! Located on the southwest coast of Mahe, it is reached by taking the road that descends from the village of Quatre Bornes. You will have a real crush for Anse Takamaka, its coconut trees along its sandy beach and its giant granite rocks that surround it.

Snorkel will be your best allies to enjoy swimming even more in this paradise. But beware: the currents in this loop between May and October does not make it the best place to swim at that time. This does not prevent you to enjoy at your leisure this postcard landscape, typical of the Seychelles.

Anse Intendance

With its sandy expanse of 600 meters, it is undoubtedly your coup de foudre in Mahe. Located in the southwest of the island, it is one of the most photographed beaches in the Seychelles: lush vegetation and granite rocks makes it the landscape of the Indian Ocean by excellence. But if the view is breathtaking, be careful: the waves can make it dangerous for swimming, especially from May to October.

Anse Royale

Anse Royale is located on the southeast coast of Mahé. This is one of the largest beaches of the island. It offers calm, turquoise waters inviting for swimming and snorkeling to admire the coral reefs and colorful fish. Not far from the beach are small grocery stores and a local market where you can buy fresh fish, fruit and vegetables. You will also find several nearby establishments to eat on site and some souvenir shops.

Grand Anse

Northwest of the island of Mahe, the Grand Anse beach is a particularly popular surf spot. If the impressive waves and strong sea currents do not make it the best beach for a quiet swim, its long coast is worth a look.

Anse Boileau

The charm of the beach is a result of the small fishing village located next door; in the middle of the west coast of Mahe. This beach is ideal for swimming and you can watch the early morning or evening fishing boats returning to the island with their well-filled nets.

Anse à la Mouche

Right next to the village of Baie Lazare, Anse à la Mouche is a long bay that is 1700 m long. Its clear and shallow waters that sink gently into the ocean make it an ideal place for families with children. After admiring the colorful underwater world – at certain times of the year, a phenomenon of microorganisms bioluminescence enables even the night snorkeling – you can taste fine local dishes prepared in the restaurant right on the beach.

Anse Soleil

Easily accessible by a road of the same name, the beach Anse Soleil is located in the southwest of Mahé. This romantic crescent bay is the perfect place for a picnic, a swim or simply to relax and enjoy the tranquility of its beautiful scenery. From May to October, the beach is particularly exposed to beautiful waves that will satisfy fans of surfing.

Petit Anse Government and Grand Anse Government

The Petit Anse Gouvernement is a peaceful small natural creek, located near Baie Lazare. On the coast, the reef and the granite rocks have created a small shallow lagoon for swimming. Southwest of Mahe, Grand Anse Government is also worth a visit. With its magnificent granite rocks, the beach is the perfect backdrop for a photo shoot vacation.

Hidden cove

Hidden Cove is located south in the most beautiful part of the island of Mahé. As the name suggests, this beautiful white sand beach is just waiting to be discovered.

Anse Capucins

In the extreme south-east of Mahé, Anse Capucins has the typical beauty of the Seychelles. Few tourists venture there. With the sound of the waves as only companion, Anse Capuchin will make you feel like you have reached “the end of the world.”

Whale cove

Going up the southeast coast of Mahé, Anse Whale is an adorable and tiny beach protected by palm trees and Tabebuia trees with fragrant flowers. In case of rain, you can shelter under a huge rock. The beach offers a unique view of Anse Royale and Souris Island.

Anse aux Pins

Anse aux Pins and Turtle Bay merge into one another and are located on the southeast coast of Mahe. These thin strips of sand sloping gently into the ocean, making it a swimming zone that is more suitable for families with children. During a walk at low tide, you can admire the wonderful shells stranded in small natural pools that form in the holes of the rocks.

Anse Major

At the northwest end of Mahe Anse Major Beach is a secluded and protected bay. The beach is accessible only by sea or on foot after a walk of about an hour and a half through the lush vegetation typical of the island. The reward for your efforts? Having this beautiful white sandy beach just for you!

Anse du Riz

Rice Anse (Anse Diri in Creole) is a small beach nestled in the Baie Ternay. Located at the northwestern tip of Mahé, near Port Launay, only accessible by the sea. The idyllic lagoon surrounded by wild vegetation has been featured in several film shoots.

Anse Ternay

Surrounded by the waters of the National Marine Park, it remains a paradise for those who will discover it. This beautiful strip of white sand and coral in the north-western tip of Mahé, inaccessible by road, is cannot be approached by boat. Yet, you can treat you by giving that wonderful spot a visit.

Anse Souillac

If you are looking for a place to spend a day of relaxation and tranquility, go to Anse Souillac beach. On the west coast of Mahé, this tiny strip of sand is nestled between the majestic beaches of Port Launay and Anse Ternay. Topped with granite rocks, the cove is usually deserted. Here you can indulge in peace for swimming and snorkeling.

Anse Islette

Immediately after Port Glaud, Anse Islette  will dazzle you with its beauty. The reef here forms a beautiful lagoon with turquoise crystal clear water. In the middle of the lagoon, a small paradise island with palm trees invites you to play explorers while joining it in your kayak. In the distance you can notice the island Theresa.

Sunset beach

A Glacis, on the north-west coast of Mahé, is Sunset Beach. As its name suggests, the sunsets that can be seen from this beach are absolutely magnificent. The glowing colors of the setting sun reflected in the ocean, and Silhouette and North Islands off the coast, add magic to the show. With its white sand, palm trees and typical granite rocks of the Seychelles, Sunset Beach is also worth visiting during the day. This is a very nice place to swim and for snorkelling enthusiasts, you will not be disappointed by what you will discover through the cracks of the rochers. It is common to come across green turtles there.

Baie Lazare

Baie Lazare beach is mainly for those who like to swim quietly underwater with a mask and snorkel – you will fall in love with the place. Located on the southwest coast of Mahe, the beach was named after the French explorer Lazare Picaults who landed here in 1743 to claim the ownership of Mahe to France. Baie Lazare Beach is a thin strip of sand easily accessible from the road. This is one of the most tranquil beaches on the island.

We hope that you have a nice time in the Seychelles! Have a nice visit and enjoy the beaches to the max!

Mahe seychelles

Mahe is the largest island of the Seychelles. On its 154 km2, it includes about 89,000 Seychellois, nearly 90% of the total population of the archipelago. In the North of Mahé is the Seychelles’ capital, Victoria. Its particularity is that it is simply the smallest capital of the world. This small town has 30 000 inhabitants and offers a lively, colorful and picturesque environment.

Mahé is an almost unavoidable stop in any journey to the Seychelles. It is surely because the Seychelles International Airport is located on Mahe. Mahé offers treasures of nature and discovery for travelers who take the time to wander among beautiful stretches of white sand and rainforest just waiting to be visited. Covered with thick vegetation, fringed with beautiful beaches nestled in 70 coves and sometimes bordered by steep rocky points, the island offers visitors a multitude of places each more beautiful than the other when venturing without the slightest danger.

Restaurants and Bars in the Seychelles

Seychelles restaurant food

While visiting Mahé, you’ll surely want to stop somewhere to enjoy some delicious food. We have classified a list of the best addresses around the island of Mahé just for you.

Eat and Drink in Victoria Restaurants

Marie Antoinette

You will find the restaurant Marie Antoinette just outside Victoria, on the road from Beau Vallon. Since 1972, the property offers a unique menu for lunch and dinner, with a variety of Creole specialties. The dishes might appear Simple but rest assured they are fresh and exquisite.

Kaz zanana

Just steps downtown Victoria, stop for a drink or enjoy real Creole surprising specialties in house like bats curry. The food there is hearty and delicious, and fresh juices served are incomparable. The rear terrace is the ideal place for a drink in the evening.

Level Three Bar

This trendy bar located a little away from downtown offers a varied menu of spirits. Sip a cocktail and appreciate international clips streamed on the giant screen of the bar.

Nightlife and overnight in Victoria

From the early evening, the center of Victoria is empty. Revelers, go your way! One address: The Lovenut This is the northern trend box of Mahé, there one finds the golden youth back to dance until dawn.

Eat and Drink in Beau Vallon restaurants

At Beau Vallon, you will have a great choice of good restaurants. If you want to give a try at Seychellois cuisine this is the place to be. You will also have the chance to buy some products in small food shops, and fresh fish every morning next to Baobab Pizzeria.

Baobab Pizzeria

A dozen pizzas and pasta that you can taste the feet in the sand at this pizzeria run by a Seychellois. The pizzeria offers very affordable price. But beware, its practically always full of people, so be there early.


The Boathouse is primarily known for its Creole buffet, making it one of the must visit restaurant on Mahé! The variety of items, defined by the catch of the day will certainly fascinate you and make you love creole cuisine.


This restaurant opposite to the beach offers a varied international menu, combining Creole specialties, meat, pasta and pizza. The best part of that restaurant is that you have the ability to take your food away. So if you are one of those who love eating while enjoying a beautiful sunset… Head there and take your diner away.

La Scala

Are you tempted by an Italian stop in the Seychelles? At the end of the Beau Vallon Bay, La Scala offers fine Italian cuisine which are high in flavor. Fish, meat or pasta will live up to your expectations. The wine accompanying the freshly caught fish is pure bliss.

La Plage

If at noon, salads, burgers and sandwiches are the stars of the establishment, you will find your happiness among the seafood, meats and dishes each day depending on outcome of fishing and arrivals of fresh products. You will certainly love the wine and the cheese proposed by La Plage.

Lounge 8

The 8 Lounge is the restaurant you should not miss – it always surprises. With its menu that changes frequently, meat and fish lovers will all be at the party. This restaurant offers a wide choice when it comes to food – duck, beef, fish of the day, seafood or lobster… You’ll certainly be conquered!

Eat and Drink in the South East of Mahé

Surfer’s Beach

Feet in the sand, away from the tourists and in admiring the Indian Ocean’s shimmering turquoise water. Snacks, pizza, salad, fish curry or even a cocktail to sip in peace: everything is perfect when eating at Surfer’s Beach! Do not miss its espresso!

The Garden of the King

A break for a drink or a stopover to explore the rich Creole flavors and fragrant spices in the garden: you are at right place! Do not hesitate to book to enjoy the Creole buffet on Sundays! With its terrace with panoramic views of the coast, this restaurant remains one of the most charming of the island of Mahé.

La Plaine Saint-André

La Plaine St. Andre offers fine dining in the enchanting setting of a restored colonial house. Be swept away by the fragrant Creole flavors from the shaded terrace. The rums card, fast service and high quality are the attributes of this wonderful restaurant.

Chili Bar

Can’t decide between Creole cuisine or international cuisine? You’re at the right address! In a trendy and relaxed atmosphere, you will struggle to make a choice between fish, pasta, burgers, lobster or seafood platters. And all this while watching the Sainte Anne Marine Park.

Kaz Kreol

The most difficult to do at Kaz Kreol is to choose between Chinese and Creole dishes. You can also take your breakfast in this hut located directly on the beautiful beach of Anse Royale. The choice of cocktails every day for lunch and dinner is not to be missed.

Eat on the west coast of Mahé Restaurants

The Veranda Café

The Veranda café, although situated on the road is a pleasant and friendly place. Salads, pasta or seafood are a delight to the taste buds wanting to taste the Creole flavors. An address to recommend.

Echoing the grand assortment of people who populate Seychelles, Creole cuisine features the subtleties and nuances of French cooking, the exoticism of Indian dishes and the piquant flavours of the Orient.  Yet, you will notice most restaurants specialise in Indian, Chinese or Italian food and many feature popular international and specialist dishes.

Bon appetite in the Seychelles!

The Seychelles waterfalls

The Seychelles are wonderful small paradises scattered in the Indian-Ocean. This archipelago of over 100 islands, is a dream destination where almost every people in the world want to spend, at least once, their holidays. This holiday destination is surely of top notch quality and offers endless possibilities and accommodation to visitors. We have gathered all the reason why the Seychelles remains the best destination for quality holidays.

A Stunning Wildlife

Did you know that nearly half of Seychelles is protected by nature reserves? So if you dream to admire turtles, birds, fish of all colors without having the impression of being in an aquatic zoo, the Seychelles is an ideal solution. These islands remain the favorite destination of diving enthusiasts, as there are countless spots to admire the marine fauna and flora. It is undoubtedly a dream destination.

Magic Places

Besides beaches and wildlife that already adds an inescapable charm to the Seychelles, be aware that the islands are beautiful in themselves. On the islands you will find beautiful palm trees, and you can even enjoy atypical fruits and unique food that will wake up your taste buds. It will be far from what you eat in everyday life, but it will surely interest you.

Combining Islands: Cousin – Curious – St. Pierre

Experience this unique combination of the most famous islands of the Seychelles. Cousin, a picturesque reserve that boasts a wide range of wildlife, including doves, giant tortoises and also a conservation success story that saved significant endemic wildlife from extinction. After enjoying the rich diversity of this pristine sanctuary set like a stone in a pure turquoise sea, you can visit the curious island off the north coast of Praslin, the only place outside the Vallée de Mai, where the legendary Coco de Mer grows wild.

Here you can enjoy exceptional swimming in the clear waters and relaxing on the white sand before being served a delicious BBQ lunch on the beach. After lunch, you can enjoy a guided one-hour tour through the fascinating nature reserve, through the ruins of the former leper colony and newly renovated ” Doctor House”, now a charming museum. The trail island winds through a mangrove forest teeming with wildlife to impressive lagoon Bay La Raie where small sharks and turtles abound. Leaving behind Curious, you will eventually make your way to the third in this trio of gems of the Seychelles, St Pierre, which is certainly the diving experience of a lifetime. With its crystal waters which abound with a myriad of fish and colorful coral formations. On the way back, you will be given the arduous task of deciding which of our three islands was the most beautiful!

Vallée de Mai, La Digue

This tour, featuring some of the most famous monuments in theSeychelles, will present the extraordinary diversity of this destination. After your arrival on Praslin, the second largest island in Seychelles, you will be escorted to the legendary Vallée de Mai, home to the fabulous Coco de Mer, which was once considered to be the original site of the garden of Eden. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Leaving the valley behind, you will be taken to the colorful Baie Ste Anne Jetty where you walk in the footsteps of the first visitors of the Seychelles by boarding a traditional schooner towards the island of La Digue.

There you will realise that time has stopped and secular traditions has stood still. On arrival at the picturesque pier of the island, you will be offered freshly picked coconuts to cool off. You will have the opportunity so have a tour of the Estate Union where you will witness the production of “coconut oil” – secret flesh of the coconut fruit that you will find drying in the oven and eat while still warm.

You will learn how coconut oil is made. You should make a photo-stop near Anse Source d’Argent which will take your breath away while you capture the extraordinary beauty of one of the most famous beaches in the world, framed by crystal clear turquoise waters and ancient granite blocks. A delicious Creole buffet lunch will be served to you in a restaurant of choice, then you will be invited you to enjoy a leisure afternoon on the beach before taking again a boat for the return trip to Praslin.

Dream Beaches

Dream Beaches Seychelles

A holiday at Seychelles is sure to fill your travel kitty to the brim with fond memories. Seychelles, situated to the north east of Madagascar, close to the coast of Africa, in the midst of the ocean. There are numerous beaches which you can visit while on a holiday to Seychelles. Here we have compiled a list of the best eight beaches which are indeed worth visiting.

Of course, when we know that there are around 100 pieces of land where we can put our feet in the water, we say that the results must be beautiful for the eyes … And it’s true! Seychelles is particularly deemed to offer the best beaches you will find on earth. I must admit that each of these beaches will make you dream.

Anse source d’argent consists of numerous tiny crescent pink sand beaches. Large granite boulders separate these beaches from one another. The unique shapes of these boulders are a marvel by themselves since these curves were the created when the weather and time took a toll on these rocks. A reef stands protecting the beach which is ideal for your kids. The water is not too rough and it is safe for children to play in it. You can enjoy snorkeling at the reef which can also be used to relax and sun bathe.

Anse Lazio, reputed to be the most beautiful beach of the world will stun you. The experience of swimming and diving in the crystal clear waters of this divine beach is not soon forgotten and after an equally unforgettable barbecue in this magical setting, you will have enough time to burn this precise moment in your memory before you bring at home the final day.

Have fun in the Seychelles!

Mauritius is where dreams come to be fulfilled. Whether you are one of those people who had never heard of the place before wanting a tropical island holiday or those who have researched everything about Mauritius since ages and are finally able to make the plan come to fruition, this guide will hopefully be of some help when you consider all the necessary factors about renting a villa in Mauritius to spice up your holidays somewhat with a nice villa near the sea within walking distance. This does rather make everything seem quite paradisiacal actually! Renting a villa for your holidays instead of a hotel in Mauritius will give your holidays a more homey appeal.

When you are holidaying, budgets are important as well. While definitely less costly than for example, the Seychelles or the Maldives, if you are not careful about how you are spending and on what, holidaying in Mauritius also can rack up astounding bills. If money is a concern for you then you should really think about renting a villa instead of booking a hotel for the duration of your holidays here. It may of course seem extravagant but when you think about it, renting a villa will actually end up costing way less in the long run. Buying a villa is most definitely possible but I hardly think that is on the cards given how the price tends to range in millions!


Since you will be renting, you should be aware that while hotels accept booking on a day to day basis, most villas are rented per week. There are some exceptions such as weekends or just weekdays but mostly, it’s going to be at least a week. This is convenient for you as well as it makes billing easier and comparison more convenient before you book. There are certain websites with photos of the villas to help you decide on which you will choose. Different villas for different purposes such as family villas which are equipped with all the amenities an average family might require as well as other specifics that is requested when contacting the owner or the agency that takes care of these things. Honeymoon villas tend to be on the pricier range what with accessories and decorations to fit the mood and occasion as well as inside bars and big televisions and other things like that.


If you are highly concerned about not exceeding your set budget, then a hotel might not be your best choice and you will be paying for the rooms, service, amenities as well as any included parts of the package such a buffet dinners or courtesy breakfasts. A self catering villa will give you the opportunity to cut down on these costs and and be more economical. Unlike in Seychelles, everything is relatively cheap in Mauritius. You can buy veggies and poultry from nearby shops or even visit a supermarket while you are at it- never refuse a new adventure as they say! Supermarkets are cosy enough and have just the required stuff for you to maintain your independent holiday in style. The self catering villas are usually equipped with all necessary appliances in the kitchen and the owners will, by politeness, often stock up your cupboards and fridge before your arrival for a few days at least. Enough time for  you to get your bearings and start exploring on your own. Food is not as exotic as you might expect since Mauritian cuisine derives a lot from European, Indian, African and Chinese cuisines. While some may seem new to you, most food items will be very familiar. In case of confusion, reading the instructions will help you out. Packages are not mysterious unless you are shopping in one of the traditional Chinese shops and given the fact that every Mauritian speaks at least two languages, the instructions are either in English or French or even both most of the times. Cooking for yourself will cost you much less than depending on restaurants on a daily basis for every meal. And if you are cooking in larger batches, that is for more than one person at a time or just freezing a few portions for later consumption, this method will be a great means of saving money for you to be able to spend more on exciting activities such as parasailing in Mauritius.

Other factors to consider when looking for your perfect villa is the location evidently. From the North to the South, there are very many villas around all catering to a different niche so to speak of the market. For example, if you want a touristy place all while keeping a semblance of tranquility, then you should probably rent somewhere on the North coast. There is quite a tourist community with many villas and hotels occupying a relatively calm area. The place has a scenic beauty which will definitely drag you outside to simply admire the view in awe. You are likely to be able to rent a villa which if not at least 5 minutes from the beach then with a great overview of it from a window at your new villa at a not very expensive price. There is also many restaurants in the northern area of the island especially in Grand Baie and the nightlife is more than satisfactory as well as compared to other places on the island. The beaches make for a great swim during the day and the surroundings are very family friendly. You will be able to grab a quick lunch at one of the many snack shacks on the beach and buy ice cream or other treats for children if any!


As for the South, this is where you go for a great holiday which doesn’t include swimming! The sea is considerably rough down there and not appropriate for swimming on most days. However, the place compensates with its marvelous views. The sea seems infinite at times, with an unending hue of colours ranging from turquoise to vermillion at the same time. The villas are luxurious and modern in design and aim at satisfying your needs with the highest level of comfort. It is more convenient to stay in the South also if you are intrigued by the extreme activities in Mauritius. Zip lining among others will be more accessible from the south and will save you money when you are renting a car for your travels both on the costs and on fuel.

Hotels in Mauritius

Haven’t planned your next holidays yet? Why not visit Mauritius for your next vacation? Between white sandy beaches and stunning scenery, you will discover a rich cultural heritage of many influences. One thing is certain: it is impossible to be bored during a stay on Mauritius. But when planning holidays, the main question is where to stay? And we are here to help you choose the best hotel according to your needs and desires.

Hotel Categories

First of all, to choose your hotel you need to choose according to how you are travelling! Is it with your family or lover or are you going solo? Most hotels are adapted to a specific sort of resident – even though Mauritius remains a destination for all!

Hotels for Family Holidays in Mauritius

What are the elements governing the choice of a hotel adapted to family life? The variety of sports activities, a true child or teen club, a freedom given to young people residing in the resort. All this should be accommodated safely and in a way that does not disturb others residents.

Rooms should be adapted to welcome families. Our first recommendation would be Sun Resort whose concept “Sun Kids Club” is very successful and has been working for years and the Beachcomber group hotels with their renowned club “Bob Marlin”. Both services offer varied sports facilities, relaxed atmosphere, beautiful beach bungalows and included connecting rooms that allow for easy accommodation of families.

Hotels for Romance in Mauritius

Mauritius being one of the best Honeymoon destination, offers great accommodation to couples. Since, in most cases, this is the first trip to Mauritius… We all want it to be memorable! We personally recommend either Lux Le Morne or Villa Caroline Hotel. Lux Le Morne full of charm is leaning against the rock of Morne Brabamt opposite a sublime lagoon. Villa Caroline on the other hand, facing the sunset on the west coast facing Flic En Flac beach.

The still warm, elegantly decorated rooms, the beauty of the evening, dinner by torchlight, feet in the sand, arranged just for you, the many little touches offered by those hotels for newlyweds make by far the best solution for a honeymoon or a romantic getaway successful in Mauritius.

Luxury Hotel in Mauritius

The Mauritian hotel is generally excellent and often cited as an example among professionals in the hospitality industry. But the Deluxe hotel is yet another difficult level to achieve especially for leisure resorts. Luxury takes effect in aspects that go far beyond the variety of buffets offered or the size flat screens in the rooms.

Every single moment, discretion, peace, recognition and personalization, excellence and distinction of the service, the quality of food, responsiveness … all of this counts when it comes to luxury. In short, in this game, the title contenders for luxury hotel in Mauritius are not in excess. We can count five: The Royal Palm, The St. Geran, The St. Regis, Le Prince Maurice and Le Touessrok.

Activity Centered Hotels in Mauritius

Some people travel to practice their favourite activities in unusual scenery. Mauritius is indeed and island that allows for the practice of various activities like diving, golf, hiking, quad biking and even tennis.

Most hotels will direct you towards other agents for activities such as diving, hiking or quad biking – yet, when it comes to sports- golf, tennis – Mauritian hotels are well equipped and proposes those activities in the vicinity of their hotels.

Hotels to play golf in Mauritius

There are 8 hotels namely Le Paradis, Dinarobin, Heritage Awali, Heritage Le Telfair, Le Touessrok, Le Prince Maurice, Belle Mare and St. Geran with private golf course, accessible to clients. To decide between them, you will certainly want to know more about the quality of the course, ease of access, services around the golf practice (clubhouse, departures management, coaches, etc …), then the quality of the hotel itself. Here are our bests for you golf lovers:

– For outstanding ease of access to the course, for the magnificent and unparalleled views, for the atmosphere of regulars and the beautiful Morne Lagoon: we would advise you to go to Le Paradis – the experience will be memorable.

– For its two 18-hole courses, free of charge for hotel guests, for the exceptional quality of its service, its restoration, and being one of the finest luxury hotels in the world: Le Prince Maurice is no doubt the choice to remember for very demanding golfers- you’ll be loving it.

Hotel in to practice Tennis Mauritius

Most resorts have tennis courts. But which ones have real momentum around this sport? Undoubtedly Le Paradis hotel wins here too since the hotel had been the hosts of many champions for years and champions not only for their own training, but also to exchange some services with customers of hotel. With six tennis courts, the Tennis Clinic and its top-level monitors, Le Paradis Hotel is the best hotel in Mauritius to practice tennis.

Hotel to practice Diving in Mauritius

To practice recreational diving comfortably on vacation, two elements are predominant: the nearby diving spots, to avoid a three-hour boat ride, and the presence of an integrated Diving Centre at the hotel so that waking up at 7:00 in the morning is not too painful

The must go hotel if you want to visit incredible spot and have a great diving center remains Le Canonnier! Its diving center with PADI certification and CMAS is exemplary and its location between Trou aux Biches and Grand Baie is ideal for diving. The hotel is a 4-star one and is part of the Beachcomber chain. Its services are particularly popular especially for families – thanks to its excellent Kids club (ideal when you go diving …) and family-friendly rooms. The reasonable price of the hotel makes it an excellent choice for those wishing to combine service quality and active diving program in Mauritius.

We hope that this article was helpful in helping you to choose your hotel for your next vacation!

Have fun in Mauritius!

Ile de La Réunion est sans aucun doute l’une des îles les plus aventureux dans l’océan Indien. C’est un pays qui présente un vacance complet pour n’importe qui à la recherche d’une véritable poussée d’adrénaline. Bien que, l’un des facteurs le plus impressionnant de l’île est de posséder le seul volcan actif dans la région, il a aussi quelques autres caractéristiques qui le distinguent de ses îles voisines. Les forêts d’émeraude, des cascades, des paysages montagneux et les routes tourbillonnant ainsi que la nature amicale de son peuple et la mer scintillante sont ce qui attire les touristes surtout pour découvrir ce caractère unique de l’île. Bien sûr, vous pourriez déjà vous imaginer sur la plage avec le sable réunionnais or scintillant à travers vos orteils, vous devriez déjà penser comment arriver a ce lagon calme et attirant.

Dina Morgabine

Situé sur la côte ouest aussi connue comme Saint Gilles les Bains, de l’île rocheuse se niche un grand hôtel trois étoiles, Dina Morgabine. La côte ouest est souvent dominé par les éclats du soleil et un climat tropical chaud tout au long de l’année. Les clients sont enchantés par la vue sur la mer turquoise visible du balcon privé. Dans un premier temps ses intérieurs peuvent sembler un peu hippie et un peu trop fort à votre goût, mais vous ne seriez pas déçu d’avoir cet hôtel. À des prix abordables, vous pouvez réserver une chambre size « standard » ou une suite avec sa propre petite cuisine charmante. Un énorme piscine est le centre de l’attention une fois que vous êtes dans cet hotel charmant avec style moderne. De plus, l’hôtel donne un accès sûr et privé à certaines zones de la plage du patrimoine. Ceci est l’endroit où vous pouvez vous imaginer être sous l’ombre fraîche des arbres, le sable blanc et la mer vous entour.

dina morgabine


Accro de sports nautiques? Ne vous inquiéter pas. L’hôtel propose de nombreux sports nautiques de la manière la plus en sécurité. Bien sur, vous ne seriez pas en mesure de résister à cela. L’hôtel fournit à ses clients de nombreux services: Un salon calme, terrains de golf, des cours d’aquagym, des salles de conférence, la gestion des événements, et le soin absolut de votre séjour. Saint Gilles les Bains a aussi quelques caractéristiques les plus étonnantes, comme le jardin Eden, aquarium, et Roches Noir, place de dauphin et le surf. Le personnel amical et souriant personnel vous guide à travers les meilleurs endroits à visiter dans l’île et fait tous les arrangements, même vous réserver un guide personnel. Pas besoin pour vous de vous fatiguer pour profiter d’un séjour mémorable.

Archipel, Résidence Hôtelière

Saint Gilles les Bains accueille un autre hôtel 3 étoiles, l’Archipel. Cet hôtel est ce que vous appelleriez moderne et accueillante. Devant la plage magnifique, l’hôtel se dresse dans toute sa grandeur majestueuse. Les prix peuvent vous surprendre, mais il est tout ce qu’il vaut vraiment la peine pour un séjour joyeux. Les salles de séminaires, cours de fitness, une piscine et un terrain de golf ajouter à l’ensemble d’une chambre studio ou un duplex. Pourtant, la caractéristique la plus attrayante de l’Archipel est son jardin tropical.

L'Archipel Residence
L’Archipel Residence


Construit dans les alentours de l’hôtel, le jardin tropical vous emmène à travers une phase d’un moment de détente et de paix. En effet, il est utile pour la planète, mais il est aussi un coin de notre goût. Les touristes qui n’aiment pas les gestes brillants et plus les choses exagérées, mais plutôt simples et modestes qui les déconnecte du monde matériel et qui peut toucher le cœur vont vraiment adorer ce jardin. Inutile de dire que l’hôtel offre de nombreux autres services tels que la réservation de vos voyages à travers l’île et la provision d’une liste de choses à faire, ne pas rater et même à ne pas faire.

 Tropic Appart

La station balnéaire de Saint Gilles les Bains abrite les 3 étoiles de Tropic Appart’Hotel. Son infrastructure moderne donne une touche sophistiquée à l’édifice et se distingue ainsi de autres hôtels autour de lui. Il symbolise aussi le développement des infrastructures de l’île de la Réunion et sa façon d’adopter un mode de vie moderne. Le concept moderne de l’hôtel nous lie en permanence à la réalité du monde extérieur, contrairement à certains dont l’architecture nous fait oublier tout concernant d’où nous venons. C’est un paradis pour nos vacanciers réalistes !

Tropic appart

L’hôtel semble mélanger l’intérieur d’un appartement et d’un hôtel dans une chambre simple avec balcon privé et mini cuisine très utile en temps de besoin inattendu ou pour rester connecté même pendant ses vacances a l’art de cuisiner. Dans les locaux, une piscine et des chaises longues sont faites à disposition. L’hôtel ajoute comme si un supplément impressionnant à la ville. Les clients peuvent ainsi aussi visiter les localités, restaurants, casino, faire du shopping et découvrir la vie nocturne réunionnaise. Le lagon est malheureusement peu accessible aux gens car ils n’ont que quelques mètres où ils peuvent nager, bronzer, se détendre, les sports nautiques de la pratique ou même aller pour la vision sous-marine. Tout cela pour assurer la sécurité des vacanciers.

Hôtel Les Créoles


La côte ouest de l’île basaltique a un encore autre bel hôtel 3 étoiles. Comme son nom le présume, l’hôtel offre un aperçu de la culture créole par son architecture traditionnel en même temps possédant un intérieur et extérieur modernes. La nourriture, les chambres et la célèbre danse sega ajoute un peu d’épices bien nécessaire pour colorer ses vacances a la traditionnel. Il est vraiment un bonheur à l’âme lorsque votre hôtel a visiblement conservé la culture et les valeurs de l’île. Il vous donne l’opportunité d’admirer les environs si vous êtes a l‘intérieur ou a l’extérieur de l’hôtel. L’hôtel est également équipé d’une grande piscine et un coin salon en face. Vous pouvez jouer au billard, tennis de table ou tout simplement lire un roman tout en sirotant votre cocktai. Cela va vous intriguer de savoir que la localité vous permet de magasiner et profiter de toutes les installations dont une ville moderne peut offrir. Les visites de l’île peuvent également être organisées par l’hôtel sur demande.

L’hospitalité des hôtels réunionnais à Saint Gilles est remarquable. Ne perdez pas du temps et réservez votre billet d’avion dès maintenant!


Dreaming of an island holiday, under the sun, in a charming villa or hotel? Mauritius will offer you a variety of choices. Top notch hotel, apartments, villas … they are all very popular. Vacationers have however increasingly preferred to opt for the villas in Mauritius, as they offer exclusivity and this from A to Z. In fact, you enjoy your own holiday home, with exclusive services such a chief cook, free laundry, a maid, sun … Located on the beachfront or in the exclusive neighborhood, the luxury villas in Mauritius vary in price, capacity and quality. To get the offer closest to your search, you will find all the tips need here itself.

Yet, even though villas are growing popular, hotels are still the cheaper choice when it comes to holidays. Be it families, couples or friends, you can all enjoy a peaceful holiday on the seafront. Mauritian hotels have the advantage to fit any profile and guarantee you a peaceful stay on the island of Mauritius.

When to visit Mauritius?

The peak season hovers as from November and until January. While some prefer Christmas, others prefer the quieter travel season, from May until September. Why is that so? Prices of villas in Mauritius double in high season and will be much cheaper between May and September. Yet the same luxury, the same standard is maintained.

The low season occurs during winter in Mauritius. The sun is of course still present but some regions such as Poste Lafayette or Belle Mare may be particularly exposed to the wind. This does not prevent relaxing or sunbathing, around the pool or in front of the lagoon. Special offers can also be applied in low season.

If you want to enjoy the summer and experience the festive atmosphere of the island, traveling during the high season, especially in December, is the best time. You are sure to enjoy late night shopping as well as crazy deals. Hotels are particularly preferred during this period because they allow to enjoy the special activities proposed.

Staying in a hotel in Mauritius!

Hotels offer a different atmosphere when staying in Mauritius. If you want to stay in a colonial hotel you can opt for the St. Regis or Le Telfair but if you are looking for a budget why not try Villa Caroline? You have such a wide choice of hotel on the beach, golf clubs or even hotels specialized in offering group activities. Whatever your interest or desire, you will certainly find a hotel that suits you.

Recently, the industry of holiday accommodation in Mauritius has changed dramatically. Mauritius has evolved from a secret island paradise into a popular holiday destination. As such, Mauritius has developed and now offers a wide choice of hotels and other accommodation types. Those wishing to have a stay in a Mauritian hotel have different choices that will meet their needs and budgets. This includes in particular a selection of cheap hotels to top-notch luxury hotels – some of which are considered the best in the world. Visitors can also choose unique boutique hotels or business hotels depending on the purpose of their visit to the island.

What differentiates luxury villas?

Such as hotels, there are 3-5-star villas. If the 3-star villas offer a touch of luxury but are located in an isolated area or offers simple but neat decoration, the 4 or 5 stars villas guarantee complete luxury. They are mostly located by the sea, with 3 bedrooms, very nicely decorated, with antique or modern furniture. Villas offer an incomparable charm, with a swimming pool on with view over the ocean.

The luxury of a turquoise lagoon every day … everyone wants to afford it … It is possible for you at competitive prices in Mauritius. Everyone can stay in a villa if he wants to. The high class villas will also propose a private cook, who can prepare Mauritian dishes- they are not only about creole food, you will also come across fusion cuisine, Chinese cuisine and Indian cuisine. A real treat for the palate! Staying in a villa is simply the best way to spend holidays: a true wellness is offered during vacation time.

Getting closer to Nature!

Staying in a lodge offers an alternative and interesting experience. Holiday lodges tend to be smaller than the villas and are often surrounded by a beautiful environment. If you want to be surrounded by lush nature and be charmed by the beautiful views and lulling noise all day and night, do not look any further, a vacation lodge remains the best choice to satisfy your curiosity.

You can even find an ‘eco-lodge’ (Ecologic hut), or experience of the tent (if that’s what you want) that will bring you even closer to nature- If you opt for the tent, do try the various beaches of the island, you will find it an enriching experience.

Rent a Car in Mauritius

Renting a car in Mauritius during your holidays is the best way to fully discover the island. Moreover, in your rented car you will have the opportunity to plan your days and travel at your own pace. To rent a car in Mauritius, one must possess a driving license for over a year and have a minimum age of 21 years. On-site rental agencies offer rentals for about 50/60 Euros per day. In any case, be ready to change your driving habits if you decide to rent a car or a scooter. Indeed driving in the islands has nothing to do with the policies that you know because the dangers are not the same.

Also, you should note that in Mauritius you should drive on the left. Remain cautious about roundabouts and parking. Watch out for buses that drive fast. Also be very careful. When it comes to bicycles and pedestrians, there is no bike lane or sidewalk in Mauritius- and if you are driving at night, do not be surprised to see someone pop up in front of you in dark clothes.

We hope you enjoy nice holidays on the island and have the chance to enjoy the various activities and visit the many places of interest the island proposes.

We wish you wonderful holidays in Mauritius!



Accommodation in Reunion is very diverse. You are sure to find a hotel in Reunion that fits your budget but during the tourist peak season (July, August and October to January) your hotel must be booked in advance. Hotels in Reunion generally have a standard, and thus a price higher or lower depending on their situation. The main luxury hotels in Reunion are between Boucan-Canot and Saint-Leu, an economic solution for you will be to opt for guest rooms in the center of the island. Alternatively for a cheap hotel in Reunion choose one of the hostels in Bernica in the Entre-Deux or Hell-Bourg. The price, the luxury and charm of the hotels varies, everyone can find what suits him better depending on their taste and budget.

We have made a selection of the best hotels on the island of Reunion and categorized them for you to plan your vacation in peace. The proposed hotels offer car rental services and can put their clients in relation with tourism employees (excursions, water sports, etc …) to fully enjoy what the island propose- They are normally open all throughout the year.

Cheap Hotels in Reunion

Residence Tropic

Residence Tropic Hotel is located just steps from the lagoon of the Hermitage, the Residence Tropic Appart’Hotel welcomes you in its 20 studios (25m²) and 20 duplex (45 sqm) elegantly furnished in solid wood with air condition.

To improve your comfort, they have offer satellite TV option, free WIFI Internet access, telephone, safety deposit box and a hairdryer. Each apartment has a private terrace and a kitchenette with fridge, ceramic hob, Combi microwave / grill and full crockery. The aparthotel is well maintained and includes a small pool if the lagoon is too far for you. It remains a good location for touring the island and enjoying the lagoon.

Hotel Résidence Les Creoles ***

Located in the heart of the beautiful seaside corner of Hermitage, 10 minutes from the port of Saint-Gilles-les Bains. Even better bars, night clubs, casino and a Bazar that include twenty traders, opens the door to Reunion culture.

The hotel has 22 spacious studios of 27 m² including 2 accessible to disabled guests, 10 duplex of 51 m² with an equipped kitchenette, a private veranda, balcony 4 m² overlooking pool and 10 twin superior rooms of 28 sqm plus balcony of 4 sqm. All rooms are equipped with flat screen TV, telephone and desk. For reservations a deposit check will be required. City tax is not included in the quoted rate.

For leisure a 100 m² pool with deck and solarium, table tennis area, water aerobics, elliptical bicycles. Not to mention the nearby activities such as helicopter ride, paragliding, golf, diving, big game fishing, surfing and jet skiing.

Archipel Residence Hotel ***

Archipel Residence in Saint-Gilles les Bains offers 52 studios and 12 duplex. Each unit has a kitchenette, a balcony or private terrace. The studios can accommodate 3 people and duplexes up to 5 people. Snack service for lunch is offered and access to disabled people is available. A Wifi connection is available throughout the residence and laundry service is also available.

An array of activities such as swimming, tennis, table tennis, billiards (Paid), board games and table football (Paid) are available on site. Archipel Residence is the hotel to choose any convenient stay in complete freedom on the sunny side of the island!

Dina Morgabine Hotel***

Hotel Reunion: An ideal location overlooking the resort of Errmitage, 5 minutes from the lagoon and 10 minutes from the Port of Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, near restaurants, night clubs and Mail Rodrigues which includes twenty traders: supermarket, laundry, pharmacy, bakery … and especially adjoining 5 holes of golf, real asset … unique to Reunion

These remains the best and cheapest hotels in Reunion!