Situated on one of the best beaches in Mauritius, Shanti Maurice is an exceptional resort and spa featuring an elegant and extensive collection of private suites and villas. Ideal for both families and couples, Shanti Maurice offers a truly rejuvenating and relaxing island experience. Its location is quiet and all rooms have Indian Ocean views over a protected bay on the southern coast.
Shanti Maurice is known for its superb award-winning spa – one of the largest of all Africa’s tropical island spas – and wellness
that include Ayurvedic treatments, nutritional advice, personal training, yoga and Pilates, as well as a full range of massage and specialised treatments. You can enjoy a variety of water sports, including snorkelling, sailing and windsurfing, as well as a game of tennis or a round of golf. A special activity is to paddle a ‘zayak’ (a glass-bottomed kayak) to the coral garden and enjoy it from above.The extensive garden features coconut palms, bougainvillea and frangipani trees, and is the ideal place for a leisurely stroll.
Another highlight is ‘La Kaze Mama’: you learn to cook authentic Mauritian food in the hotel’s herb and vegetable garden under the friendly guidance of the chef at Grandma’s Kitchen restaurant.
Children are well looked after at Explorers Kids Club, which has a range of age-appropriate programmes for younger guests aged four months to 11 years. There are only two children under two per nanny, giving parents of toddlers peace of mind. Older kids can enjoy scavenger hunts, sport or supervised excursions.
Located on a remote and exclusive beach in the south
36 private acres with no motorised water sports to ensure tranquility
Superb spa and wellness
inspired by ancient Indian disciplines
Fresh local produce used in delicious recipes served in unique locations
Extremely extensive kids’ club for four months to 11 years
The spa and wellness centre provides a comprehensive range of Africology products and Ayurvedic treatments, nutritional advice, personal training, complimentary yoga, meditation and pilates, as well as a variety of massages and specialised treatments. There is a fully equipped couple’s therapy room, a sauna, a steam room and in-room treatments are also available. The Shandri Maurice spa is one of the largest among Africa’s Indian Ocean islands. You can stop by the hair and beauty salon for a ‘freshening up’ (especially if you just have been on safari) before heading for one of the resort’s restaurants or lounge bars.
The hotel has a main swimming pool which also features a Jacuzzi, as well as tennis courts and a gym for those guests who want to stay in shape. The more adventurous can hire bicycles or scooters to discover more of the surrounding area or hit the 9-hole putting green.The resort also offers a library and boutique, and there are Wi-Fi hotspots.
The Explorers Kids Club is one of the most comprehensive in Africa. Professional nannies look after children aged four months to 11 years, giving each group age-appropriate routines and activities. There is a dedicated splash pool, tots’ tennis court, an air-conditioned sleep room, an archery station and even an outdoor cinema in the evenings. Activities range from gardening and kite making to cooking and golf lessons, as well as trips to nature parks. Meals are co-ordinated with parents and can include lunch at the restaurant or high tea.
There are 36 acres of tropical gardens to explore and because no motorised water sports are allowed off the beach, peace and tranquility reign.
Outside Shanti Maurice you can enjoy ziplining, shopping and walks in the nearby indigenous forest.