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Fringed by coral reefs, covered in lush greenery and surrounded by blue waters, Mauritius rewards visitors who get out and explore. Discover the island’s richly diverse culture through cuisine, music and heritage, or unleash your adventurous side with diving, quad-biking or ziplining. You’re guaranteed a warm welcome wherever you go.

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Explore a Tropical Paradise with World Heritage 

While Mauritius is famous for its picture-perfect beaches, there’s so much more to our island. There’s hiking, world-class diving and snorkelling for the adventure-seekers but the country’s two UNESCO World Heritage sites - Le Morne Cultural Landscape and Aapravasi Ghat - will excite culture-connoisseurs. Epicureans will love the creole cuisine, a true melting pot of Portuguese, French, African, Chinese and Indian flavours.


Come see why Mark Twain once wrote ‘Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius’.

Indulge in a Private Island Escape

Have your very own Robinson Crusoe moment on Ilot Mangénie, a little slice of heaven exclusively for guests of Shangri-La. Just a 10-minute boat ride from the mainland, this private island paradise will enliven your spirit and enchant your senses.


Spend the day in your private beach cabana, sipping on a glass of crisp Rosé and dining on the freshest seafood in between refreshing dips in the crystal-clear water while a personal on-island butler attends to your every need.

Play a Round of Golf on the Ocean's Edge


Mauritius might not be as synonymous with golf as Scotland, but the island does have an enviable selection of golf courses. Ile aux Cerfs is a spectacular 18-hole championship course designed by the legendary Bernhard Langer, with every hole offering breath-taking views. The 18-hole course at Anahita Golf Club, designed by Ernie Els, makes the most of its tropical setting and is backed by lush mountains, fringed by a crystal-clear lagoon.


Stay with us at Shangri-La for a minimum of 5 nights and your daily green fees are included at both courses.

Float Above the Deep Blue

Experience Mauritius from the sky with a private helicopter tour, exclusively for Shangri-La guests.


A vantage point rarely seen, the tour will take you around the island and over the underwater waterfall at Le Morne before landing on a Flat Island, where you'll indulge in a gourmet picnic lunch (think caviar, lobster rolls and Champagne) served on a private beach by a Shangri-La butler.

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