Shanti Maurice - The charming, yet informal Shanti Maurice boutique hotel lies in beautiful tropical gardens on a horseshoe-shaped cove of glorious white sand in the unspoiled south of Mauritius.
A stay here includes unlimited free golf at beautiful Avalon Golf Course with buggy. The course lies in the foothills of Bois Cheri looking down on the coast so enjoys cooler temperatures.
Junior Suite Ocean View
Daily Golf at Avalon Golf Club
Return airport transfers included
Return golf shuttle included
fm £1,399.00 per person
October -November 2022
fm £1,699.00 per person
This boutique lifestyle resort prides itself on providing guests with a truly authentic experience in an unpretentious manner – the perfect atmosphere to kick back and relax in.
Chill Out & Relax
Apart from padding across the beach for a dip in the crystal- clear water, wellbeing is also a key feature of the resort with a wide ranging activities and spa treatments available.
Rooms with a View
Aesthetics and functionality combine beautifully in the 61 airy rooms facing the sea with contemporary furnishings and traditional Mauritian thatched roofs.
Incase you're bored!
Try out some unique local experiences such as swimming with dolphins at Tamarind Bay, touring the Bois Cheri Tea Factory or lunch at Le Saint Aubin, a plantation house built in 1819 .
Wining & Dining
The hotel focusses on serving locally-sourced fresh food at their signature open-air restaurant, Stars, Alternatively try authentic Mauritian cuisine at the rustic beach-side Fish Shack.
A stay here includes unlimited golf with buggies included on the nearby beautiful Avalon Golf Course. Free transfers are also provided up to the course.
Avalon Golf Course
Distance 5847 metres
Avalon was designed to highlight and showcase the indigenous flora and fauna of the South, and golfers will enjoy the cooler climate experienced here in the hills above the coast.
The course's lush, green, all-season fairways, combined with clever use of rivers and ravines, provide an excellent test to all standards of golfer where renowned course designer, Peter Matkovich has made clever use of the South-East trade winds to keep golfers attention throughout the round