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 News - 14-Dec-2016

Traditional Mauritian Experience At Outrigger Beach Resort

Mauritius is an Indian Ocean island nation that is well known for its picturesque scenery; scenery that draws in many holidaymakers from all over the world each year. With a stunning array of lagoons, reefs and mountainous backdrops, there is always something to see here, and it certainly makes for a picture-perfect destination. One top resort on the island is the unique Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort, which provides a traditional Mauritian experience for its guests.

Class and Elegance

The Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort allows guests to experience authentic Mauritian traditions and cuisine during their visit. The beautiful resort boasts 181 sea-facing rooms that provide magnificent views of the azure waters and platinum-white sands. Situated in the nature reserve that is Bel Ombre, the resort is just a 45-minute drive from the airport; it is popular with holidaymakers looking for a bit of class and elegance while they relax on this breathtaking island.

Essence of Mauritius

Mauritian cuisine is a burst of flavours from many locally sourced ingredients mixed with tastes from other cultures such as Asian, Indian, French and Arabic. And this stunning resort does not disappoint in the cuisine stakes.

Guests can take full advantage of Willie’s Rum & Crab Shack, which is beautifully designed so that it is right on the sand for that proper holiday experience. Once here, guests can enjoy a range of delicious and fresh local seafood and Creole dishes, along with Mauritian Sega dancing and music for entertainment. The general manager of the Outrigger, Pieter van der Hoeven, explained, “The food and music are exotic, the setting by the beach is perfect. This is how guests can experience the essence of Mauritius in one evening.”

Never go Hungry

Adding to the unique experience is the many street-treats and a hawker’s corner, where guests can tantalise their taste buds with foods encompassing a mixture of succulent and delicious flavours. Some of the dishes include locally sourced fish such as swordfish, calamari and red snapper while others are more traditional such as lamb and jackfruit curry and chana puri with mustard chutney. One thing is for certain, though – one would never go hungry at this resort!

A typical Mauritian night at Willie’s Rum & Crab Shack would cost approximately MUR 2,900, which is the equivalent of £64 per person. For those on a half-board, full-board or all-inclusive basis, the cost is around £40 (MUR 1,800) while for children aged 10-17 it would cost MUR 1,080, which equates to around £24. All very reasonable, considering.

Luxury Mauritius Holiday

If this sort of holiday sounds appealing, and you were considering booking a holiday to Mauritius, then do not hesitate to contact us here at Mauritius Holidays Direct. We will ensure that any package you chose to the island is tailored to suit your specific requirements and, at the same time, provide you with aluxury Mauritius holiday that you will remember forever. Contact us today for more information or any other enquiries that you may have.

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