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An island known for luxury hotels and world-class experiences puts Mauritius at the top of anyone’s bucket list. Those jaw-dropping blue waters and towering mountains creates much more than a postcard experience — it’s a home to memories you’ll take with you forever. The diverse island has an incredible golf scene, a whole world to explore beneath the water’s surface and unique hotels to hide out in between all of the adventure. Check out this guide to some of the top luxury escapes on the island of Mauritius.

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Check into One of the Many Luxury Hotels

Boasting some of the top hotels in the world, there’s no end to the choices available for the luxury traveler. Top hotels like the St. Regis Mauritius Resort and the Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita are two perfect examples of beautiful hotels with incredible locations. The St. Regis sits on the Le Morne Peninsula, where you have the best access to kite surfing and hiking. Matched by incredible service, the St. Regis combines comfort and approachable luxury in the best kind of way.

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Play a Round of World-Class Golf

If you had your eye on a destination for golf, the eight 18-hole golf courses on Mauritius is a good place to start. Whether you’re a professional or enjoy a weekend round of golf, the incredible views and superb greens rival top courses around the world. One of the top golf courses on the island is at the Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita where it’s built to USGA standard by Ernie Els. The location alongside the blue waters of the Indian Ocean makes for backdrop to remember.

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Enjoy a Crossroads of Fine Dining

From French to Chinese and with so many cultures intersecting, it’s no wonder that Mauritius boasts incredible cuisine. Fine dining is at the heart of the island with prix fixe lunches and dinners in incredible locations. Places like Le Château de Bel Ombre, set in a restored colonial mansion, serve incredible food that showcases local ingredients and seasonal flavors.

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Sunbathe on Pristine White Sand Beaches

Mauritius has the kind of sand that is so clean and powdery, it squeaks between your toes. The pristine miles of beaches make the island of Mauritius the perfect place to enjoy the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Places like Belle Mare, Le Lorne Peninsula and Pointe d’Esny are a few good places to start while visiting.

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Take a Guided Hike to the Tallest Waterfall on the Island

If there is one way to visit the tallest waterfall on the island, it’s with your own private guide. The effort and time to make the journey to Chamarel Waterfall is well worth it when you make the final ascent to take in the thundering water from this picturesque waterfall.