THINGS TO DO IN BEL OMBRE

GOLF

The iconic 18-hole championship golf course has undoubtedly been a crown jewel of the Heritage Bel Ombre estate since its creation in 2004.

Designed by the South-African architect Peter Matkovich, this 100-hectare playing surface has been voted Best Golf Course in the Indian Ocean for five consecutive years at the World Golf Awards.

Whatever their handicap level, players will enjoy an exciting experience with expansive and eye-catching views at Heritage Golf Club.

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WELLNESS

Breathe, unwind and experience total reconnection and harmony with nature… Indulge in a sensuous coconut massage, a hot stone massage or a flower-scented bath… In the estate’s luxury spas, guests are pampered and, depending on their choice of treatment, they are sure to leave totally restored or relaxed

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WATER ACTIVITIES

Kayaking, kitesurf, scuba diving, stand-up paddle, waterski… There are a lot of water sports to choose from at Heritage Resorts’ boathouse, located at Heritage C Beach Club. Those who do not fancy a dip may go for a game of beach-volley or pétanque.

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FINE DINING

Bel Ombre’s culinary palette is infused with local flavours. From hunt game to palm heart, most of the ingredients used in the kitchens are sourced from the estate.

With twelve restaurants, the promise of a dining experience for every taste is held: gourmet cuisine at Heritage Le Château, light meals at Heritage C Beach Club, hearty Italian delights at the Kuzini, to name a few. A vast array of flavours and textures to satisfy every palate....

CULTURE

Place du Moulin is a vestige of the past that is unique to Bel Ombre. Built on a former sugar mill site, it has maintained an antique flair with its preserved stone arches, turbines and paved paths. Now a shopping and event complex located some 500m from the sea, it provides local services for the residents of Bel Ombre properties as well as an open stage designed to accommodate exhibitions and shows.

Another major attraction on the estate is Heritage Le Château. This charming Anglo-Indian colonial-style family house has been freshly restored to its former glory. The interior and exterior spaces have been tastefully reinvented to accommodate a restaurant and create a stage design that brings the historical context back to life…

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NATURE RESERVE

Whether exploring Heritage Nature Reserve on foot, bike, by car or on a quad, visitors and modern-day adventurers will delight in the vast stretches of tropical vegetation and preserved wildlife.

These 1,300 hectares of pristine nature, rivers, waterfalls, lagoons and hills are kept in their original state thanks to significant conservation efforts, and they stand as a natural sanctuary for endemic plants and animals such as the Pink Pigeon, which was actually saved in extremis from extinction.

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EXPLORE THE SOUTH OF MAURITIUS

Bel Ombre stretches harmoniously between two decors: green mountains and rolling hills on the one side; pristine lagoon and beaches on the other… Such harmony has been wilfully maintained to leave a feel of authenticity, as evidenced by the typical fishing villages lining the coast.

The whole region has been impervious to urban development. High spots include Chamarel’s famous Seven Coloured Earth, Grand Bassin’s holy lake, Le Morne’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Souillac’s rugged cliffs and Macondé’s scenic route.