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Pointe aux Piments, Mauritius
- Spread over lush gardens, with more than 200 different plant species
- Water sports include diving, waterskiing, windsurfing and sailing on Turtle Bay
- Dramatic 'On the Rocks' restaurant hosts a live barbecue on the beach
- Wine tasting
- Painting Lesson
- Cooking demostation
Seasons in Mauritius
About The Oberoi
Located a comfortable fifteen kilometers from the capital, Port Louis, The Oberoi, Mauritius sits amidst twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical garden, and enjoys an unrivaled position on the shores of Turtle Bay; a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. The hotel has access to six hundred meters of combed, white sand beaches, which are blessed with views of magnificent sunsets, every day.
The hotel also houses four national monuments that date back to the French Colonial period and together make up a battery that was an integral part of the defense system of Mauritius. The main gunpowder store now serves as an exclusive dining space.
The pavilions and villas at The Oberoi, Mauritius are sheltered by charming thatched roofs and afforded magnificent views across the Indian Ocean or hotel's lush, sub-tropical garden.
They feature rustic oak and natural cane furniture, wall-to-wall windows and marble bathrooms which look out onto private, walled gardens. Equipped with high speed WiFi access, an iPod dock, satellite television, an electronic safe and an espresso coffee maker, they harmonize nature and technology.
The Oberai is located on the North-West side of the island
How to get there
The Oberai is accessible via daily direct flights from Europe. The resort is a 1 hour drive from the airport.
When to go
The local climate is tropical, with temperatures averaging from 30 Celsius in December to 22 Celsius in June; there is a warm, dry Winter from May to November and a hot and humid Summer from November to May.
The official currency is the Mauritian Rupee (MUR), however, the Euro and the United States Dollar are widely accepted in most shops.
A visa is required for many travelers visiting Mauritius. Please check with your local Mauritian Embassy or Consulate for cost and application.
Between 27/12/2015 - 04/01/2016 - Minimum stay of 5 nights
Travelling with children
The Oberoi Mauritius is family friendly and offers a children’s club for children from 4 to 12 years during the school holidays.
Babysitting facilities are also available at an additional charge.
Outside of school holidays, an informal programme of activities and excursions will be available on a daily basis.
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