Pristine White Beaches

In the north of Mauritius are the pristine white beaches that make the island famous. This area is also a water sports lover's paradise.


Wide arrays of resorts are available among them the Maritim Hotel, which has 180 rooms, free water sports and the best sunsets. It's also possible to see traditional Sega dancing, the national dance that originated in the days of slavery.

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Water Sports

Most beachside resort hotels provide water sport facilities free of charge to their guests. This usually includes water-skiing and windsurfing, as well as kayaks, pedallos and snorkelling. Some have


Mauritius is a coral reef encircle, it's coastline glistens with beaches of powdery white sands, lapped gently by translucent water lagoons. It is this sandy margin, more than anything, that draws

The Mauritian Sega song and Dance

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Paradise Hotel & Golf Club Mauritius

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Attractions Beaches

Pointe Coton, on the east coast, has the best beach on the island. There are other nice beaches at St François, Trou d'Argent and Petit Gravier. Rodrigues is a volcanic island rising from a ridge

Popular Beaches

The most popular beaches are on the northern coastline, from Tombeau Bay up to Grand Bay and beyond. Trou aux Biches is a long stretch, much of it is surrounded by the hotel complex of the same name.

Beaches around the Peninsula

There are also beaches around the peninsula in the southwest, dominated by the 556 m-high Morne Brabant, where the Beach comber Hotel Paradis is located. At Flic en Flac there is the beach at the