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5th November, 2020

International Webinar Series: Focus on Mauritius

International Webinar Series: Focus on Mauritius


Thursday 19th November 1PM GMT


Lose yourself in a tropical island of emerald rainforests, tall mountains and white beaches surrounded by shimmering turquoise waters. Mauritius is a paradise for rare wildlife, friendly locals and holiday retreaters alike, found 500 miles east of Madagascar, in the Indian Ocean.

Crystal-clear waters invite you to snorkel or scuba dive with tropical fish, swim with dolphins or glide over the array of marine wildlife in kayaks. The island is surrounded by fascinating shipwrecks, lagoons, caves, caverns and crevasses waiting to be investigated, while shallow bays in the north lend themselves to an array of water sports, such as parasailing, windsurfing, paddle boarding and wakeboarding.

Take to the white sandy beaches fringed with Filao trees and stretch out on the sand with a cocktail in the sun. Explore the preserved natural beauty of the Wild South, by going on a hike, taking a helicopter tour or even skydiving from a plane. While trekking through the forested mountains of Black River Gorges National Park, catch a glimpse of indigenous wildlife and the wonderous underwater waterfall at the top of Le Morne Brabant Mountain, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Most visitors are drawn to resort areas in the north and east of Mauritius. Green championship golf courses of Belle Mare are set in the east, close to large stretches of beautiful beaches, restaurants and other family-friendly attractions. The island is popular all-year-round, with hot weather in the summer months and a mild wet season from January to March, with showers that usually last for less than a day.

With its rich history, Mauritius is home to a kaleidoscopic culture of Indian, Chinese and Creole descent, with varying religions and ethnicities, all living in harmony. The people are the heart of hospitality here and always welcome visitors with a smile and a warm attitude. Mauritian cuisine reflects the country’s ethnic diversity, as do the colourful markets and places of worship. The country’s Dutch, French and British history is marked by French colonial architecture, Anglican and Roman Catholic cathedrals and the colonial-era Government House in the city, as well as French colonial mansions, such as Chateaux de Labourdonnais, with botanical gardens in the north.

The vibrant capital city, Port-Louis, lies on the Caudan Waterfront, a deep-water harbour once used as a calling place for ships on their passage between Asia and Europe. Today the Caudan Waterfront welcomes visitors to enjoy its modern shopping and entertainment complex featuring a wide array of shops, ocean-view eateries, four-to-five-star hotels, a casino, cinemas, museums, a craft market and a marina, as well as live street entertainment.

Join Bénédicte Duvivier, Manager of Fine & Country Mauritius, on 19th November at 1pm GMT for our fifth Worldwide Wanderlust webinar to discover all you need to know about buying property in this exquisite part of the world and how your dreams of living or investing in Mauritius can be made into a reality.



Bel Ombre, Savanne District, 4 bedrooms

luxury villa in Mauritius with palm trees and swimming pool

This magnificent coastal villa is located in the south coast village of Bel Ombre, in the heart of one of the most preserved areas on the island. The property is set within a secure golf estate and the owner will have access to two five-star hotels and a championship 18-hole golf course. A swimming pool, multiple terrace areas and scenic views offer residents the ultimate retreat.

Grand Baie, Rivière du Rempart District, 5 bedrooms

colonial style two storey luxury villa on beachfront

This colonial-style five-bedroom waterfront villa is ideally located in a secured complex in the heart of Grand Baie, a north coast village with a pleasant climate throughout the year. The home boasts a superior position with sea views and direct access to the beach and lagoon with a private boat ramp for lovers of the water. Inside, there is generous accommodation, ideal for entertaining, including covered terrace areas and open-plan reception rooms.

Roches Noires, Rivière du Rempart district, 5 bedrooms

dream contemporary modern white villa on tropical island

This modern riverside villa boasts an incredible view over the turquoise sea lagoon and is ideally situated in the heart of a private residential area on the north coast of the island. The property comprises five bedrooms with en suites and an open-plan kitchen, dining and living room, which leads onto a spacious terrace, ideal for al fresco dining and sunbathing by the outdoor swimming pool.

Contact us

To enquire about the exceptional properties available on the island of Mauritius, get in touch with Fine & Country Mauritius today.


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