Formed from the ashes of volcanic eruptions in a bygone era, Mauritius offers a much quieter life to visitors compared to its fiery beginning. Guests can enjoy this Indian Ocean island’s temperate climate, its beauty punctuated by pristine beaches and turquoise waters. Here lies Shanti Maurice, whose policy offers guests countless pastimes or leave them to indulge in the simplicity of doing nothing at all.
Scintillating waters and endless coral reefs lead up to the shoreline, while the lush greenery of the earth rises up to meet the mountains of the island. Originally discovered by Arab traders and populated by Dutch, French and British settlers before independence, the Mauritanian culture is a pastiche of different customs inherited from different forefathers.
Accommodation at Shanti Maurice offers private pools and ocean views hidden between private gardens, courtyards, and terraces dotted across the resort. Guests can choose from Junior Suites to Luxury Villas or the impressive Shanti Villa, which accommodates a family of six, with added room for a butler/nanny. Dining is a local experience as food is caught, grown or sourced from nearby farms, while relaxation is found at Nira Spa.