You’ll be surrounded by powdery white sands, swaying palms, crystal-clear waters and jawdropping coral reefs at this haven of tranquillity in the beautiful Bel Ombre nature reserve on the south coast of magical Mauritius.
Lavish accommodation, gourmet dining options, incredible outdoor attractions, unrivalled hospitality and a myriad of sports and leisure amenities are among the other delights in store.
This spellbinding escape is a dream come true for couples, families and groups of friends craving a feast of fun in an awe-inspiring destination. Half board, full board and all-inclusive packages are available.
We’ve chosen to turn the spotlight on this magnificent all-inclusive getaway to reveal why it’s the perfect choice for an unforgettable sunshine escape.
This oasis of serenity, which is nestled beside a gorgeous private sandy beach in a spectacular beachfront setting, features delightful low-rise accommodation and structures which blend in superbly with the wonderful natural surroundings.
The resort is approximately 44km away from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport and within easy reach of many of the island's key attractions.
From a refreshing drink on your arrival, the attentive staff at the Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort do everything possible to make your holiday a success from start to finish.
There’s never a dull moment at the resort with a huge range of activities organised throughout the day including Zumba classes, water polo, beach volleyball and kayaking.
Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort is also a popular choice for honeymoon couples, vow renewals or romantic wedding ceremonies on the sands.
The resort boasts spacious rooms and suites that ooze style, luxury and a host of facilities to ensure total comfort during your stay.
Your accommodation will either be situated on the beachfront or feature a charming terrace or balcony offering mesmerising sea views.
The options available are an Ocean View Room, Ocean View Family Room, Deluxe Ocean View Room, Deluxe Ocean View Family Room, Beachfront Room, Beachfront Family Room and Beachfront Junior Suite.
No expense is spared to create the perfect ambiance – the Beachfront Junior Suite, for example, features contemporary wooden furniture, a lounge and stunning views over the lagoon.
Amenities which come as standard in all types of accommodation include a mini bar, room safe, blackout drapes, tea and coffee-making facilities, iron and ironing board (on request), air conditioning and free Wi-Fi.
An amazing gastronomic journey awaits at the resort, with a team of talented chefs creating gastronomic delights to tantalise your taste buds in a choice of wonderful dining venues.
You'll savour the flavour of Mauritian dishes, vegan specialities and Eurasian-inspired cuisine at the Edgewater restaurant which is located close to the hotel pool and enjoys superb ocean views.
Willies’ Rum & Crab Shack menu delivers lobster, calamari and other popular fruits de mer, with a Creole touch.
Le Bleu beach bar serves scrumptious handcrafted cocktails and pizza, paninis, crepes, salads and Mauritian bites during the day. In the evening it transforms into a casual dining venue, with delicious Mediterranean fare, followed by plenty of late-night entertainment.
Mercado, the main restaurant, is a food market concept with live cooking stations and Asian, Mediterranean and Indian cuisines among the choices available, while The Plantation Club offers indulgent sparkling wine breakfast to start the day, with tasty Mauritian fusion cuisine in the evenings.
Rouben’s Wine Room boasts vintage wines from around the world, with a fabulous choice of tapas after dark and the Rum Room is the place to experience the history and taste of iconic Mauritian rum. The resort also offers an in-room dining service, with breakfast in bed.
The Plantation Club maintains a French Colonial atmosphere with a rum room for exclusive tastings celebrating the island's sugar culture. The club’s private pool and outdoor lounge are perfect for relaxed reflection in a garden overlooking sugar cane fields and nearby mountains. During the day, The Plantation Club is a lounge exclusively reserved for guests staying in a Junior Suite: guests can enjoy breakfast with sparkling wine, all-day non-alcoholic beverages, our traditional afternoon tea with cakes and cookies, and a daily cocktail hour. In the evening, the Club converts to a fine dining restaurant open to all and serving modern Creole Gastronomy.
There’s plenty of healthy and exciting outdoor fun at Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort, with kitesurfing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, windsurfing iRIG, sailing and table tennis among the activities available.
The resort also boasts tennis courts, a kite surf school, a fitness centre and 4 fantastic swimming pools.
There’s also an 18-hole golf course nearby and the chance to snorkel and scuba dive beneath the waves at the lagoon and coral reef close to the resort.
The resort’s glorious private sandy beach is also a great place to have some fun on the sands including volleyball and football, a refreshing swim in the sea or the chance to lie back in a sun lounger and catch some rays.
There’s also plenty of entertainment in the evenings, with live music and dance events among the attractions.
The Navasana Spa is a lush sanctuary by the sea which offers the ultimate pampering experience.
Harmonise your body, mind and soul in a luxurious treatment room, a seaside beach kiosk or a private couples VIP cabin.
The resort invites you to undertake a 'holistic voyage', surrounded by Moroccan decor and a host of amenities including a sauna, hammam and cold plunge pool.
An impressive range of services and treatments include body wraps, salt sea scrubs, manicures, pedicures and many types of massage. Yoga and meditation sessions are also available.
Children are treated like little VIPs at Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort, with no shortage of attractions to keep them fully occupied.
Young guests aged 3 to 12 can enjoy a packed programme of indoor and outdoor activities in Coral Kids Club, including arts and crafts, bocci ball and Indian henna tattooing sessions. They also have their own pool with a water slide which ensures a splashing time for young guests.
The resort’s beach is a magnet for the little ones who can paddle in the warm Indian Ocean waters and enjoy traditional sandcastle-building sessions.
There's a special buffet for kids at the Mercado dining venue and the Navasana Spa even organises special treatments for children, including mini facials, manicures and fun chocolate wraps.
Evening events for children include a limbo fiesta, masquerade ball, crab hunting, and cinema with popcorn. Babysitting is also available and there is a fee for the service.
Choosing to stay all-inclusive at Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort means you can get on with having a fantastic time, with your meals, drinks and use of various amenities already paid for in advance.
Your breakfasts, lunches and dinners will be included in the resort’s superb dining venues and free-flowing beverages from 10am to 11pm will include selected wines, cocktails, signature drinks, local beers, juices, tea, coffee, soft drinks, water and spirits.
Selected items, including local beers, soft drinks and confectionery will be available in your accommodation minibar which is refilled daily, while afternoon tea, coffee and pancakes are included daily at Le Bleu. Ice cream is included for children every afternoon at Edgewater restaurant.
Paddle boats, kayaks, windsurfing iRIG, snorkelling, glass bottom boat trips, table tennis, beach volleyball, bocce ball and tennis are among the sports and activities included in the programme.
There’s so much waiting to be discovered when you venture outside the resort – from lush tropical forests, enthralling UNESCO world heritage sites and fascinating wildlife to bustling local markets, pulsating beach clubs and water sports galore.
The incredible Seven Coloured Earth - a natural kaleidoscope of muted colours and volcanic sands -in the Rivière Noire District is a must-see attraction.
The resort is a short drive away from Black River Gorges National Park, the largest protected forest in Mauritius. This massive rainforest park is home to many endangered species of animals and plants and a plethora of superb hiking trails.
If you fancy some retail therapy, the island capital Port Louis can meet your needs, with everything from traditional handicrafts and souvenirs in the city’s main market to high-end fashion and jewellery in the superb shopping malls.
A captivating sight in the city is Port Louis Umbrella Square where dozens of colourful brollies hang above the shops in Le Caudan Waterfront.
Sampling the delicious street food in Mauritius is also highly recommended, with dhal puri, fried chili cakes and roti chaud among the must-try local favourites.
There’s also plenty of activity on the ocean, with romantic dinner cruise on a catamaran and thrilling whale and dolphin spotting trips among the options open to you.
Majestic waterfalls, mountains, plateaus, craters and valleys are among the other phenomenal natural wonders to explore in this beautiful island.