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Which Beachcomber Mauritius Resort is Right for You?

Mauritius is only a small island with magnificent beaches, incredible views and a friendly population. You can drive around Mauritius in a couple of hours, and the weather is nice year round with a balmy winter (UK summer).  With highs of 25 degrees this is perfect for children, the elderly and people who aren’t accustomed to the heat. But which part of Mauritius is the best part for your stay? Well, that depends on what you are looking for. 

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For shopping and restaurants, you could stay in Grand Baie on the North Coast. This sleepy fishing village has evolved into a buzzing town with live music in bars and plenty of shops. If you want to stay in a resort near Grand Baie, you should stay at the Royal Palm, the Cannonier or the Mauricia as they allow for easy access into the town. Close by is also Trou Aux Biches and Victoria. Grand Baie is also only a 25km/16mi to the capital, Port Louis.

The West Coast of Mauritius is considered the best for diving and snorkeling. It also has the best beaches in Mauritius, which is why the majority of Beachcomber resorts lies on the West side of the island. The beaches at Trou Aux Biches, Royal Palm, Dinarobin, Paradis, Mauricia and Canonnier all lie on the West Coast, with Dinarobin and Paradis located to the South West, right by La Morne. 

The West Coast of Mauritius is also perfect for those who love culture and activities. The West Coast is littered with pine trees and forests and fantastic hills with views over the lagoons and temples. 

The South West of Mauritius is also home to picture-perfect waterfalls that you may have seen in blogs and articles. The beautiful region of Chamarel is home to thickly forested nature trails with streams, Black River Gorges National Park, waterfalls, hiking and mountain biking trails. Explore the heavenly viewpoints, discover tortoises and fantastic bird life, including pink pigeons and green parrots – two rare species that have been brought back from near extinction. Another sight that you must see in Mauritius is the striped sand dunes at ‘Seven Coloured Earth’, which is also in the Chamarel region, close to the Black River Gorges. These dunes are thought to date back approximately seven million years and vary in colour from the expected yellow and brown to the rather unexpected black, red and purple. You can easily access Chamarel from the Shandrani, Dinarobin or Paradis resorts. 

Mauritius is so small that you can easily rent a car from one of the resorts and drive around the whole of the island. Driving in Mauritius is also on the same side as it is in the UK.

Beachcomber Mauritius Resort Highlights

Dinarobin >>


Beautiful scenery

Serene atmosphere

Rustic accommodation

Backdrop of La Morne

Use of Paradis facilities

Paradis >>


Modern rooms

Water sports on the stunning lagoon

Golf green

Use of Dinarobin facilities

Mauricia >>


Proximity to Grand Baie


Nightclub in resort

Proximity to Grand Baie 

Canonnier >>


Children’s club in Watchtower

Spa in Banyan Tree

Fantastic views

Proximity to Grand Baie 

Popular with families

Shandrani >>


Proximity to Grand Baie 

Two beaches, one wild

One of the best for water sports

Popular with families

Close to the airport

Victoria >>


Popular with families

Proximity to Grand Baie 

Adults-only section with swim-up bar and swim-out rooms

Royal Palm >>


Ultimate in Luxury

One of the leading hotels of the world

Indulgent cuisine

One of the most beautiful beaches 

Turquoise sea

Proximity to Grand Baie 

Trou Aux Biches >>




Stunning resort

Proximity to Grand Baie 

For more advice about which Beachcomber Mauritius resort is right for you please call us on 0800 707 6229 

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