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Maradiva Villas Resort on the western shore of Mauritius

Off the coast of Madagascar, on the western shores of Mauritius, one may find the Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa, overlooking the Tamarin Bay. This exquisite get-away is just five minutes away from the Flic en Flac shopping city and an hour’s drive away from the Sir Sreewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport.

This spot is absolutely incredible through its traditional sounds of the Mauritius locals, the breathtaking sunsets and the typical rum-beverages. These set it apart from other tourist destinations in the world.

The island used to belong to France and Holland, currently being an independent state. Located on its western coast, within a pretty-arid surrounding, the resort features a total of 65 villas encased in a blue atmosphere from the ocean side, with all sorts of wildlife, especially dolphins, coming to greet every guest.

Every villa boasts a watery location, directly connected to its private plunge pool. If you’re not so fond of water, you may choose to spend some valuable time with the chef in his 4,000 square meter potager, or hide on the shaded terraced areas. The spa is incredibly inviting, where one can enjoy traditional Ayurveda, Yoga, Indian herb-treatments, oil mingle or local massage techniques, to raise their spirit.

After that, the luxurious beds await the tired ones, hugging them in velvet and cotton. On the other hand, if you’re the kind of couple that prefers staying up at night, The Breakers Bar is perfect for you, with its fine location near the infinity pool. During the day, if in need of a cocktail, The Beach Bar is the spot to fulfill your desires. As for culinary matters, try Mediterranean dishes at the sunny Coast2coast or Teppanyaki at The Cilantro.

There’s also the possibility of swimming with dolphins, a great and unique experience for those that would enjoy such adventures. All the aforementioned options plus the exquisite services are quite affordable, for prices starting at $691 per night. Given the beauty and the luxury of the place, we think it’s perfect for moneyed adventurers.

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By Richie Rich

Posted 14 Feb 2012 11:03 pm

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