Although it is quite flat, the views of the iconic Mauritian coastline are unimaginably beautiful. There are a number of incredible moments around Langer's layout, where the intrepid golfer must negotiate carries over great ravines and rocky outcrops, but retaining concentration amid such natural beauty may be the biggest challenge. The golf course at Le Touessrok is world renowned for its positively amazing surroundings, and features prominently on the list of the most desirable on the planet.
David Leadbetter Golf Academy
Why not go for a lesson to sharpen up your game at The David Leadbetter Golf Academy. Facilities at the academy include a driving range, chipping & putting greens plus an indoor swing studio with video analysis software.
The course has won countless awards for its fantastic reputation of being one of the finest golf courses in the world including: Best Golf Resort in the Indian Ocean (World Travel Awards, 2013), Best Golf Resort in Mauritius (World Travel Awards, 2013), No.1 course in Mauritius (Top 100 Golf Courses) &100 finest things in golf (Golf International).
How far away is Ile Aux Cerfs?
- 50 minutes away from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport
- 50 minutes from Port Louis, Capital City of Mauritius
- 5 minute drive away from the town of Trou d'Eau Douce.
What to do off the golf course?
A game of golf does not take up the whole day, so make the most your experience and enjoy all the fine things that Mauritius has to offer off the course. There is something for everyone to do at Le Tousserok with knowledgeable activity specialists who are able a unique experience to ensure you have an incredible holiday.
There is a wide range of complimentary land and water activities at the resort, including kayaking, snorkelling, windsurfing, wake boarding and my personal favorite the banana boat. On land, Le Tousserok has their very own Tennis Club with 4 floodlit courts so you can play in the evenings when the temperature cools down. Other sporting activities which are available include football, badminton, volleyball, archery and yoga.
Perhaps you want to get off the resort, so why not head to Trou d'Eau Douce, a traditional fishing village, only 5 minutes away from the resort where you can experience the local culture and delicious cuisine. Trou d'Eau Douce was the first major settlement up the east coast of Mauritius, and is now of one of Mauritius's holiday hot spot destinations.
Simply said, Le Touessrok is the ultimate dream golf destination in of the world’s most beautiful settings. A championship golf course, luxury hotel and beautiful beaches with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, what more can a golfer ask for?