Golf Breaks in Mauritius
While the seafront resorts have everything you could ask for from a luxury escape, the island’s interior is peppered with attractions including the Black River Gorges National Park, whose rainforests and waterfalls are best experienced on an invigorating hike.
The capital of Port Louis exudes the quintessential charm and character of bygone days, particularly its fantastic French colonial mansions. For tourists, the outstanding stretches of sand that border the island are unforgettable, while the relatively recent addition of a number of top quality championship golf courses has made Mauritius a serious option where we’re concerned.
Highly recommended are the Heritage Golf & Spa Resort, the famous Belle Mare Plage, and the ultimate luxury of Shangri-La's Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, all of which are purpose built to ensure the most memorable deluxe long-haul holiday.
|Constance Belle Mare Plague||Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort/a>|
|Anahita Golf & Spa Resort||Shangri La's Le Touessrok Resort & Spa|
|Four Seasons Resort||Tamarina Golf & Spa Boutique Hotel|
|Ile Aux Cerfs||Anahita (Els course)|
|Belle Mare Plage (Legend course)||Heritage Golf Course|
|Avalon Golf Estate||Belle Mare Plage (Links course)|
|Paradis Golf Course||Mont Choisy Le Golf|
|Tamarina (Championship course)|
- There are roughly nine golf courses in Mauritius
- Average Monthly temperature ranges from 21°C (70°F) to 26°C (79°F)
- Flights are 12 hours from the UK
- Annual host of AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open on the European Tour
Reasons to visit
- Heavenly beaches
- Explore colourful Indian Ocean with a variety of watersports
- Swim with dolphins
- Visit sugar cane and tea plantations
- Tasty local food and cocktails
Despite being over 6000 miles from the UK and taking nearly 12 hours on a plane, a golf holiday to Mauritius is more than worth it. There are on average seven flights per week from England to Mauritius with four airlines, including Your Golf Travel partner British Airways, providing golfers with direct routes to the island’s only airport - Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport.
Weather in Mauritius
As golfing conditions go, it doesn’t get much better than the Mauritian climate with average temperatures of around 24 degrees. January is the hottest month of the year with temperatures reaching 26 degrees, however it is also the wettest. In contrast to the UK, the coldest month is July, averaging around 21 degrees while November is the best month for golfers with 24 degrees and 10 hours of sunshine each day.
- Time difference: GMT +4
- Local currency: Mauritian Rupee
- Language: English and French
- Cost of a pint: 90 Rs (£1.91)
Golf in Mauritius is simply breathtaking, from the tropical designs to the neighbouring coastline, all courses boast complete beauty and innovation. Despite its majestic golfing catalogue, Mauritius hasn’t hosted many tour events but does feature each year on the European Tour with the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open which has previously been hosted at Heritage Golf Club and Anahita Golf Course. The unique nature of a golf holiday in Mauritius is epitomised by Ile Aux Cerfs Golf Club; designed by two-time Masters champion Bernhard Langer, golfers will take a dedicated speed boat to the island where the course is located. To show the world of its developing golfing landscape, Mauritius venue Avalon Golf Estate picked up the Best New Golf Course by The World Travel Awards back in 2016.
Aside from the mesmerising golf course which grace this stunning island, golf holidays in Mauritius are completed by the world-class standard of the hotels and accommodation. There are few standalone hotels but instead the courses are as part of extensive resorts. The Links and Legends courses at Constance Belle Mare Plage are complemented by an awesome beachfront hotel which exudes opulence and is simply paradise. For more 5* beachfront luxury, both the Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Wellness Resort as well the renowned Beachcomber Resorts also boast state-of-the-art facilities including idyllic spas in one of the world’s most spectacular islands.
Away from the fairways Mauritius allows travellers to experience the island in all its beauty, especially with the exhilarating water sports. As the golden sandy beach meet the Indian Ocean, you can relax in serenity as well as have a go at snorkelling, scuba diving, surfing and water skiing. To contrast going below the sea, take a tour of the island via helicopter and bask in the natural beauty from the sky in an unique experience.
Food and Drink
If you are to travel to Mauritius, you won’t want to miss out on the delicious local cuisines, which are served at all of the resorts as well as some special restaurants which are located on the beachfront and one even in the ocean! Enjoy creole cuisines with a mix of African, French, Indian and Chinese dishes with the famous Mauritian curry paste washed down with some local rum.
- 7 Nights, 4 Rounds
- All Inclusive