It may be a small island in the Indian Ocean, yet Mauritius boasts more world-class golf courses for daily golf than many of its larger rivals. It all started in 1902 when the British Royal Navy established golf in Mauritius by creating the first course on the island, making it the oldest golf club in the Southern Hemisphere. The Gymkhana Club still thrives today, proving a splash of golfing heritage to the challenging courses the island has to offer.
With perfect golfing weather year-round, superb accommodation, and the world-renown Mauritian hospitality, we believe firmly that Mauritius is set to rival the best golf destinations in the world.
If you are looking for a new destination for your next golf trip, look no further than our tropical island paradise!
What Other Activities Are There In Mauritius Other Than Golf?
Mauritius is situated in the Indian Ocean, with beautiful white sandy beaches, crystal-clear blue seas, and lovely luxurious resorts. It is a perfect place for both couples and families with world-class sailing, tennis, and watersports. Visitors to Mauritius will appreciate the tasty food, excellent service, and fascinating blend of Indian and Creole cultures.
For those who love to travel around the world, Mauritius is not only an incredible golf holiday destination, but it also has plenty more to offer. Attractions, including many full and half board boutique hotels with private pools. Our favourites include the Constance Belle Mare Plage, Constance Prince Maurice, and Heritage Awali Golf & Spa.
Being an island, it is, of course, brilliant for water sports. Many visitors to the island dive down into the depths of the ocean to experience the beautiful coral reefs and mysterious shipwrecks that date back to the 18th century. Dolphin cruises are also popular experiences and available at many beaches, with tours leaving just before sunrise to allow you to see some of the most magnificent creatures in the sea.
Mauritius is not just about water sports, beaches, and the sea. Visit venues like Le Caudan Waterfront to experience the very best in upscale shopping or enjoy a spot of racing at Champ de Mars, the oldest racecourse in the region.
Where Can I Play Golf in Mauritius?
Mauritius is an ideal inclusive golf holiday destination to sample luxury at all levels. The range of courses in Mauritius suits golfers of all abilities and then is plenty to choose from including the Tamarina golf course, Ile Aux Cerfs Golf Club, Heritage Le Telfair Golf, Paradis Beachcomber, Aux Biches beachcomber golf resort, Canonnier Beachcomber golf resort, The Links golf club and Legends golf course.
You can sharpen your skills on basic 9-hole courses or challenge yourself on some world-class championship 18-hole courses. The golf courses allow you to hone your accuracy and efficiency, providing tempting challenges to all golfers, no matter what level they are.
Where Can I Stay at an All-Inclusive Golf Resort in Mauritius?
We can tailor-make your golf trip to Mauritius a dream one and upgrade to all-inclusive. Some stunning luxurious 5-star golf resorts offer all-inclusive including Belle Mare Plage, Heritage Awali, Anahita Golf & Spa, and Le Telfair.
Can I go Diving & Snorkelling in Mauritius?
Clear crystal blue waters surround Mauritius, and an off-shore surrounds the entire island. Barrier reef. This means that it makes for a perfect place to dive as the waters are relatively calm and still -of-the-time, so perfect for snorkelling, and with clear waters, the views are fantastic. Mauritius is second only to The Maldives and received the Indian Oceans Leading Dive Destinations for four years in-a-row at the World Travel Awards. With many coral-filled lagoons, tunnels, and wrecks, it is ideal for those venturing out. With many of our golf resorts back beautiful lagoons mean in most cases snorkelling is available almost from the shore. With water temperatures almost temperate year around you can expect the water to warm and with 100 dive sites surrounding the island - plenty to keep you amused.