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Discover landscapes you thought were only found in storybooks, where Jurassic mountains and tropical forests meet with waterfalls and the vast Indian Ocean. At One&Only Le Saint Géran, we design awe-inspiring outdoor pursuits, revealing the incredible hidden wonders of lush eco-systems and rural communities. It's a side of Mauritius you never knew existed.
With an exotic mix of Indian, African, British, French, and Chinese cultural influences, Mauritius is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious, and multi-lingual country, with a rich and unique heritage to discover. With so much to take in, One&Only Le Saint Géran can expertly curate the hidden treasures of this fascinating destination.
Surrounded by one of the planet's largest protected coral reefs; blanketed in lush, fertile eco-systems, the island is blessed with some of the world's most amazing flora and fauna, including the Pink Pigeon, Mauritius Kestrel, Echo Parakeet and the Aldabra Tortoise. At One&Only Le Saint Géran, we bring you closer to these natural wonders, designing awe-inspiring encounters with our colourful wild neighbours.
Did you know that Mauritius was the third country in the world where golf was played, after the United Kingdom and India?The island was recently named ‘Golf Destination of the Year' within Africa, Indian Ocean and the Gulf States, boasting over ten golf courses, some of which are now included in the European Tour Championship.
Mauritius benefits from a beautiful lagoon that encircles the majority of the island. The calm, crystalline waters are naturally protected, making them ideal for swimming, snorkelling and diving. And there, just beneath the blue, you’ll discover a kingdom of exotic marine life, mesmerising in colour, diversity, and abundance.
Our finger is always on the pulse, we have partnered with experts and the most exciting local brands to create bespoke experiences that ensure guests’ stay with us will be full of adventure as they explore and discover the new and unknown. Whether you want to jump out of airplanes, climb mountain ranges or quad bike through sugar cane fields, the action is never far from your door.
Mauritius is a year round destination where even the winter months average 25c.
Surrounded by fascinating remote islands, Mauritius is the perfect place for those who love to explore. From craggy rock outcrops like Coin de Mire and the sandy atoll of Ile au Plat, to the archipelago of St Brandon and remote Rodrigues, there is a whole world of water adventure to be discovered.
Mauritius has experienced three decades of sustained economic growth and is consistently voted best country in Africa to do business.