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Your Holidays in Mauritius

Postcard-perfect coastlines ringed with soft white sand, crystalline water and sunshine in spades, make Mauritius the perfect holiday destination. Situated about 2000 km off the southeast coast of Africa, the Mauritius Island enjoys tropical climate all year round and awaits its visitors with stunning beaches, breath-taking coral reefs and a rich tropical fauna and flora.

On your Mauritius holidays you will find endless ways to relax on the island, while those of you seeking something more adventurous, will not be disappointed either. The surrounding intense blue waters of the Indian Ocean are perfect for windsurfing, water-skiing and of course for scuba diving and snorkelling amongst the abundant marine life.

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Discover our luxury Mauritius Hotels & Resorts

Our hotels and resorts in Mauritius Constance Prince Maurice, Constance Belle Mare Plage & Constance Sakoa are beautifully situated on the vibrant East Coast and North of Mauritius, which are home to some of the island’s best beaches and clearest water.
Luxury hotels Constance Prince Maurice and Constance Belle Mare Plage have something special for everyone, ranging from state-of-the-art facilities, exceptional international cuisine and an endless list of activities and entertainment options. Golfers will be delighted about the fact that our Mauritius resorts include two 18 hole championship golf courses.
For a more intimate beach stay, choose Constance Sakoa, the first boutique hotel in the group.

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Hotels & Resorts




Luxury Golf Vacation in Mauritius along one of the superb beaches

Two championship golf courses built to USPGA specifications

The Legend Golf Course designed by Hugh Baiocchi

Links Golf Course designed by Rodney Wright & Peter Alliss

18 greens with Tif Dwarf Grasses for perfection

Discover our hotels and resorts in Mauritius!

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Harmony of flavours

Beautifully crafted food with fresh produce innovative techniques & a harmony of flavours in the best hotels in Mauritius.

Discover Constance Harmony of Flavours
At Le Barachois, intimate lantern-lit pontoon restaurant
At Blue Penny Cellar, gastronomy at its best

Amateurs de vin can request to have their fine food paired with exclusive wine from our wine cellar

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Aquatic Paradise

Explore the aquatic paradise beneath inviting water  surrounding our beach
resorts in Mauritius: Constance Belle Mare PlageConstance Prince Maurice

Ideal site to contemplate tropical fishes like Bluestripe Snapper, Goldlined seabeam, Smallspotted dart,
Yellow stripe goatfish, Melon butterflyfish and more

Enjoy both group and private dives with our Dive master and instructors

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Dream Celebration

Say “I do” on blindingly white beaches
Under swaying palm trees at

Constance Belle Mare Plage or Constance Prince Maurice

Explore the best resorts in Mauritius.

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Have a thousand adventures in Mauritius without compromising on privacy and luxury.

Located on the East Coast of Mauritius, Constance Prince Maurice and Constance Belle Mare Plage are the ideal hideaways for your honeymoon.

Discover the Seven Coloured Earths, climb up to the top of the Black River Peak and visit Ile aux Cerfs island by catamaran. Upon your return, a relaxing massage awaits at the spa.

Enjoy your evening with a glass of champagne overlooking the sea, tailed by a gourmet dinner and a romantic turndown service.

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Put your feet up, let your hair down

enjoy a blissful trip to your well being
with our Deluxe or Classics treatments

Relax and rejuvenate on your wellness
retreat at Constance Belle Mare Plage & Constance Prince Maurice

Sisley products, manicures and pedicures
by Brice Nicham at Constance Prince Maurice for those looking for luxury pampering

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Fun & Freedom

Constance Kids Club

Ready for adventure and pampering ?

Children from 4 – 11 years old get in!

Constance Belle Mare PlageConstance Prince Maurice:

From themed days to exciting excursions and water sport activities...
Supervised playground & babysitting activities available

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FAQs – Holidays to Mauritius

The best time to travel to Mauritius is between May and December, when the weather is dry, moderate and sunny. In general, there is never a bad time to visit the island, but you should know that from January to March it’s cyclone season.

Constance Belle Mare Plage and Constance Prince Maurice are both set on a private parcel of the vibrant East Coast of Mauritius, which is home to some of the island’s best beaches.

Like many Indian Ocean destinations, Mauritius is perfect for scuba diving, snorkelling, and other kinds of water sports. From our Mauritius resorts you can also do various tours to discover the rich natural and cultural beauty of the island. Visit the 100 metres high Chamarel Waterfall, the stunning National Botanical Garden or discover the colonial architecture of the Chateau de Labourdonnais.

We recommend diving in Mauritius from October to December and March to April if you want to avoid cyclone season. But Mauritius is a year-round destination, and the weather is not likely to affect your dive trip.

Mauritius is a great destination for a family vacation with lots of fun activities for all family members. Both our Mauritius resorts host a kids club that offer supervised entertainment for kids aged between 4-11 years old.

Mauritius tourist visa is not required for citizens of the UK and Canada for a stay up to 90 days and for US citizens up to 60 days. A valid passport is mandatory for all travellers.

Chinese New Year is celebrated in late January or early February at the beginning of the Chinese lunar calendar. Typical events on the island include fireworks and parades with lion and dragon dances. The main events take place in China Town, Port Louis.

Maha Shivaratree - During late February or early March, Hindus from all over Mauritius dress in white and walk to collect holy water from the volcanic Grand Bassin Lake.

Holi Festival - This colorful Hindu festival takes place in February in Mauritius, celebrating a good harvest with parades, music, dancing, and by throwing coloured powder and water on each other for luck.

Diwali - The annual festival of lights, Diwali, is celebrated by the large Hindu population of Mauritius to mark the triumph of good over evil. It takes place in late October or early November and is characterized by the lighting of candles, electric bulbs, and earthen lamps.

There are several languages spoken throughout Mauritius with the main ones being English, Creole, and French.

Hello - Allo

Good Morning - Bonzour

Good Night - Bonswar

Goodbye - Orevwar

Please - Silvouple

Thank you - Mersi

Yes – Wi

No – Noh

All Good? -  Tou Corek?