Area: Riviere des Anguilles,South coast Mauritius
Distance from airport: 18km, 22 minutes
Distance from Port Louis: 45km, 55 minutes
View: Sea and Garden View
Sleeps: 1 to 3 persons
Maid service: Yes
Private swimming pool: Yes
Private Garden: Yes
These Lodges are located at Riviere des Anguilles and are considered a Good Standard category and are well suited for individuals, friends, families and even groups enjoying green holiday.
Eco tourism in Mauritius! Combine your beach holiday with a stay in the wild: the secluded Lodges is nestled among lush vegetation overlooking the rugged coast in the South of the island, high above the Indian Ocean. read more
Built in a rustic contemporary but modern style give a the guests a well-appointed atmosphere. The lodges are surrounded by a beautifully exotic environment and offer breathtaking views of Anguilles River meandering down to the sea; joining black-stoned cliffs where waves break and a sea breeze invigorates body mind and soul throughout the year. Great hiking along the coast and in the forest as well as many nature activities can be organised with your stay.
There are 10 lodges in total. All the lodges offers an open style bedroom with the capacity to accommodate two adults and 1 child (less than 12 years) on a mattress.
All rooms are equipped with:
Air conditioning - Complimentary tea & coﬀee - Personal electronic safe - Hair dryer and shaver socket
Nestled on the South Coast of Mauritius Island, Andréa Lodge is a unique jewel which ﬂows out seamlessly to sensational vistas of the Indian Ocean on one side and to the luxuriant vegetation and sugar cane ﬁelds on the other.
The landscape weaves down the Rivière des Anguilles until it merges into the black-stoned cliﬀs where the roaring waves crash. The cool sea breeze relaxes the mind and the soul, leaving our guests feeling invigorated and energized
Restraurant and Bar
Ideally located in proximity of the cliﬀs, the restaurant and bar is a magical place oﬀering a panoramic view where our guests can spend unforgettable moments and discover the best Mauritian cuisines available.
Visiting the south is a manifold experience, as the scenery and omnipresence of colonial history are both picturesque and intriguing. In our opinion, the south is the region that contains by far the most interesting traces of the French colonial era. Among the main places of interest are Rochester Falls, the blow-hole “Souffleur”, the Mahebourg Naval Museum and the Marine Park at Blue Bay.