Maradiva Villas Resort and Spa
The Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa hotel is owned by the fifth generation of a family of immigrants from India, and the word "spa" in its name is not just a tribute to fashion. In a spacious room resembling an ancient temple with frangipani and hibiscus flowers, they know all the principles of holistic medicine and know the wisdom of Ayurveda.
- Secluded vacation
- Ayurvedic Spa Center
- Water sports
- Gastronomic workshops
The hotel is located on the west coast, which gets a little more sunlight than the rest of Mauritius, and the climate here is somewhat drier. At the disposal of Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa is a long strip of beach with snow-white soft sand, which offers the best view of Mount Le Morne. A long time ago, desperate slaves rushed into the sea from its steep peak facing Africa, and now Le Morne is stormed by holidaymakers, because it is an ideal option for hiking and one of the best viewpoints in Mauritius.
Although the villas of the hotel are located so secluded that it is very popular with newlyweds and just couples in love — everything in Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa is arranged in such a way that almost the entire vacation can safely not go beyond the boundaries of its own territory. Unless you want to swing in a hammock on the beach with a glass of local rum to the rhythm of a live segu.
By the standards of the island, Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa is a small hotel (65 spacious villas with shaded verandas and pools), but it has at its disposal almost three dozen acres of tropical gardens in which endemics grow. Gastronomy here is no less interesting than botany: three restaurants, one of which Cilantro serves authentic Indian dishes, and in the rest you can closely study what traditional Mauritian cuisine is. For those guests who want even more details, gastronomic workshops are held at Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa.
From other entertainment — water sports, fishing, swimming with dolphins in the ocean.