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Mauritius Golf Holidays

Overview

The paradise golfing island of Mauritius is located east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. Golf holidays in Mauritius are our specialty with many of our golf specialists having been lucky to stay and play at the golf resorts first-hand. 
 
There is a golf resort to suit everyone in Mauritius and travelling there is great value with many...
Mauritius Golf Holidays
The paradise golfing island of Mauritius is located east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. Golf holidays in Mauritius are our specialty with many of our golf specialists having been lucky to stay and play at the golf resorts first-hand. 
 
There is a golf resort to suit everyone in Mauritius and travelling there is great value with many flights from the UK including direct services from London. You can connect easily via Istanbul, Paris, Amsterdam and Dubai too.
 
Mauritius has some of the finest golf courses in our portfolio including the stunning Heritage Golf Club, Anahita Golf Club, iconic island golf experience at Ile Aux Cerfs and the excellent Legends golf club at Belle Mare Plage.
 
The choice of accommodation options is what sets Mauritius apart. From 5-star all-inclusive golf resorts to boutique secluded luxury and stunning villa options, you will find your perfect golf holiday hideaway here. 
 
The paradise island of Mauritius is home to some of the world’s finest championship golf resorts, pristine white sands and azure waters.
 
The island lies east of Madagascar, on a parallel to Cape Town, and enjoys a wonderful tropical climate all year long – the locals say avoid just the last two weeks of July and February, when it can be too humid and there are chances of tropical storms.
 
Winner of the IAGTO Awards’ ‘Golf Destination of the Year 2019 for Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Gulf States’, you will be hard-pushed to find a golf escape in a more beautiful setting.
 
The island boasts an eclectic mix of cultures, religions and natural beauty. Along with magnificent beaches, Mauritius is peppered with soaring mountain peaks and dense rainforests and is a favourite spot for scuba-divers.
Amongst the best golf courses on the island is Heritage Golf Club, providing mesmerising views of the sea and Black River Gorges nature reserve, and Anahita Golf Course, designed by Ernie Els.
 
The beautiful island of Mauritius is an outstanding, unforgettable and accessible golf holiday destination. If you’re looking for millionaire-style golf, pack your case and head to this tropical island.
 
Home to several stunning 5* beachfront hotels, it is easy to see why so many holidaymakers travel to this area of Mauritius. Heritage Le Telfair and Beachcomber Paradis are a couple of our favourite golf hotels in Mauritius, both boasting their own on-site golf course.
 
Where to start? The East is home to a number of wonderful courses; The Constance Hotel’s Legends and Links Courses, Anahita Golf Club, and the idyllic Ile Aux Cerfs. With white sandy beaches aplenty and this championship golf, it is hard to choose a favourite – why not indulge in a split stay and play all 4!? 
 
 

Popular Golf Courses In Mauritius:

  • Heritage Golf Club.
  • Anahita Golf Club.
  • Belle Mare Legends Course.
Top Mauritius golf courses include Heritage Awali Golf Club and the famous Anahita Golf Club as designed by South-African golf legend Ernie Els. Ile aux Cerfs is also a tremendous course designed by another golfing great Bernhard Langer who set out create ‘a golfing experience that truly arouses all the senses.
 
Set in a former hunting preserve, the Legend Course at Constance Belle Mare Plage is another one of Mauritius’ finest courses.
 
The enthusiasm for the sport exhibited by the locals is truly something special and golfers will be spoilt rotten by the tremendous hospitality shown in Mauritius.
 
 
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Useful to know

Mauritius - Weather Guide:
As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, seasons are the opposite to those in the UK. Temperatures peak in the summer months, averaging between high 20s and low 30s, whilst the winter season is slightly cooler. Between July and August, the evenings can be cool – so a light jacket may be required when sitting outdoors.
 
There’s no real rainy season in Mauritius, however there can be short downpours throughout the year, though they never tend to last long. The main difference between the east and west coasts of Mauritius is the winds – the east coast experiences trade winds in winter which can actually be a welcome relief from the balmy temperatures. You’ll find that the hotels on the east coast are designed with this in mind, with public areas protected from coastal winds.
 
The best time for a golf holiday to Mauritius are during the UK’s winter months. Meaning you can escape the plummeting temperatures at home and the impending shorter days, for idyllic beaches and tropical Indian Ocean sunshine.
 
Mauritius can be enjoyed all year round, with little fluctuation in temperature throughout the year. Travel in April and September is popular, benefiting from slightly lower pricing and quieter golf courses.
 
Popular Accommodation In Mauritius:
  • Mauritius, Heritage Le Telfair Golf and Wellness Resort.
  • Mauritius, Constance Belle Mare Plage.
  • Mauritius, Long Beach.

These stunning resorts come with a massive range of catering facilities and some stunning spa options.

With such a melting pot of cultures in Mauritius, there is a cuisine to satisfy every palate. You will find dishes inspired by China, India, Africa and France, along with local fare from the island. Being an island, seafood is very prominent and as you can imagine always incredibly fresh.

However, if sea food is not to your liking there are many other restaurants with an array of cultural foods.

 

Travelling To Mauritius:

With regular direct flights from Heathrow and Gatwick, Mauritius is well catered for year-round. A great number of easily connecting flights are also available for many UK airports.

Quick stopovers in Dubai, Istanbul and Paris are popular and only adds minimal time to your travel. Or you could opt to layover for a couple of days on your way home, for some additional R&R.

We can include private airport transfers as standard in Mauritius. 

Flights to Mauritius from the UK will land in to Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (MRU).
 
Flights from the UK average around 12 hours, lay overs can be used if you don't want to fly direct.
 
Transfers are available in and around Mauritius the ones listed below are from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (MRU):
 
  • Four Seasons Anahita – 45 mins
  • Heritage Le Telfair – 1 hour
  • Constance Belle Mare Plage – 1 hour

Transfers are available in and around Mauritius however, we can arrange transfers for you if need them.

After The Golf:
Split Up Your Stay:
 
With so many great golf courses and hotels on offer on the island of Mauritius, why not spend time at more than one resort?
 
This is the perfect way to chalk off several of the world’s best golf courses in a single visit. You might even discover your “forever golf holiday” and find the golf course you want to visit over and over again.
 
Water Sports:
 
With piercing blue water in every direction, it is very hard to resist diving in and channelling your inner Michael Phelps.
 
With direct access to such beautiful waters, many Mauritian hotels offer courtesy use of their paddleboards, windsurfing boards, kayaks, pedal boats and snorkelling equipment.
 
There are also complimentary daily glass-bottom boat trips, allowing you to see all of the water wildlife, from the comfort and dry of the boat.
 
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