STEP OUTSIDE YOUR SANCTUARY AND FIND YOU ARE INTIMATELY CONNECTED TO THE BREATHTAKING SPACES AND AMENITIES OF ONE&ONLY LE SAINT GÉRAN
Known as the ‘Grande Dame’ of Mauritius, One&Only Le Saint Géran has been making waves since her inception over forty years ago. One&Only Le Saint Géran has been setting new standards of luxury on the island, pushing the boundaries of ultra-luxury resort experiences the world over. Entirely transformed and relaunched in late 2017, her jaw-dropping design and new facilities have fortified her position as the Mauritian icon of today. And, now she introduces One&Only Private Homes, yours to own.
Almost two kilometres of pristine white sands line our resort’s exclusive peninsula, fringing warm swimmable ocean and crystalline lagoon. A secluded beach graces the front of the Beach Club and the Private Home estate, for a more intimate experience.
Savour the mouth-watering flavours of carefully-sourced proteins and fresh organic produce, cooked to perfection. Relaxed waterfront bites and decadent starlit menus; experience One&Only Le Saint Géran delicacies, tailormade by Celebrity Chef Marc de Passorio at the most highly recommended places to eat in Mauritius.
From our PADI certified Dive Centre, and deep-sea fishing excursions, to Hobie Cat sailing, water-skiing, tubing, paddle-boarding and more, there are countless ways you can take to the blue, no matter your age, ability, or passion.
Our hub for all things active, Club One is home to a state-of-the-art fitness centre, with yoga classes, spinning, Zumba, mini-golf, tennis, padel, and so much more.
Our blissful One&Only Spa is a cocoon of tranquillity, offering indulgent therapies in lush private gardens, alongside expert beauty treatments for face, hair, and nails.
Our KidsOnly club for 10-13 year olds and One Tribe for 17-11 year olds offer bespoke programmes for the youngest members of your ‘tribe’, jam-packed with the latest activities, excursions, events, and themed mealtimes, to captivate them day and night.
Encounter first-hand some of the planet’s most successful conservation work as you head into the wilds of the island with your very own eco-ranger from the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (MWF). Crossing valleys and protected nature reserves, climbing waterfalls and gorges in search of epic views, you’ll uncover indigenous flora and fauna, including the Pink Pigeon, Mauritius Kestrel and even giant Aldabra Tortoises.
On board our luxury Legend 33 speedboat you’ll head out to Fosse aux Requins (Shark Pit) and The Cathedral dive spot for a chance to meet up to 50 Grey Reef and White Tip sharks, up-close in crystal clear waters. After two tank dives in these incredible environments, you’ll enjoy a relaxing picnic on one of the spectacular and secluded nearby beaches.
Take to the skies for a helicopter adventure that reveals a breathtaking natural wonder, best seen from the air. The ‘Underwater Waterfall’ is located near the shores of Le Morne Brabant in the south-west of Mauritius, and is, in reality, an optical illusion created by the movement of sand and silt sediments under powerful underwater currents. It’s a rare island phenomenon you’ll want to catch on camera.
Mauritius is a harmonious melting pot of ethnicities, with over three decades of sustained economic growth and noted political stability. This makes it an extremely attractive destination for global commercial investors, not to mention private home owners. Owners will benefit from highly attractive and business-friendly tax environment, including low tax rate of 15% and no capital gains tax on property.
The island’s rich heritage shines through in the array of architecture, artisanal products, and authentic cultural attractions that make it a source of endless entertainment. From luxury boutiques and local markets, to museums, galleries, and a rhapsody of temples, pagodas and colonial buildings, there are endless wonders to discover and explore.
Known for pristine white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons and coral reefs, the island’s coastline is a spectacle to admire, as well as to swim, to dive and to sail. Inland, a tapestry of mountains, valleys, nature reserves, and waterfalls, harbour protected populations of fascinating flora and fauna.