Sep 192012



  • Return flights to Mauritius ex Johannesburg
  • Return private airport transfers
  • 5 nights accommodation 
  • Breakfast daily
  • All land and non motorized water sports
  • Daily Entertainment

Travel dates and rates:

15 Jan – 21 Mar 2024 
R35 350 + approx taxes of R5 140. Total R40 490 
* Coral Deluxe Ocean View

21 Mar – 02 Apr 2024 
R37 150 + approx taxes of R5 140. Total R42 490 
* Coral Deluxe Ocean View

01 May – 30 Sept 2024 
R29 350 + approx taxes of R5 140. Total R34 490 
* Coral Deluxe Ocean View

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  • All pricing is per person sharing unless otherwise stated
  • Blackout dates and seasonal surcharges may apply depending on the date of travel
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Hotel Info

Where there’s comfort and exotic charm. The pinnacle of tropical luxury and one of the world’s most romantic places, Le Touessrok fills every moment perfectly.

Le Touessrok is a gem alongside the gentle lagoon of Trou d’Eau Douce Bay, protected by a coral reef and overlooking two exquisite private islands – Ile aux Cerfs and Ilot Mangénie.

Le Touessrok is pale sand, golden sunshine, azure ocean, star-filled nights and warm-breeze days. It is life at its most sublime: green gardens, scented frangipani and cool glades.

Le Touessrok is contemporary sophistication in Mauritian style; haut chic amidst cool white walls, timber and thatch. It is deluxe rooms and suites, spectacular sea vistas, space and light.


Le Touessrok is a sleek shoreline village between landscaped gardens; a blend of a distinctive tropical look and inviting Creole charm; a gift of uninterrupted views of the warm Indian Ocean.

Beautifully designed accommodation ranges from Deluxe Rooms to Junior and Ocean Suites, situated on the mainland’s Hibiscus and Coral Wings, with further suites in the Frangipani Wing.

All rooms have luxury private bathrooms, hairdryers, aircon, satellite TV, in-room multimedia entertainment systems, DVD/CD players, internet/email access, in-room business services, mini-bars, 24-hour in-room dining, 24-hour personal butler service and electronic room safes.

Then there are the Villas: supreme three-bedroom luxury with private pools, gardens and separate entrances, finished in cool contemporary interpretations of authentic Mauritian style.

But wherever you choose to sleep, you’ll find yourself nurtured: outside, by the expansive ocean and inside, by the sincere and subtle attentions of your own 24-hour personal butler.


Le Touessrok offers an unprecedented choice of global cuisines and memorable locations.At Three-Nine-Eight, the main dining room, you’ll encounter three different levels with the cuisines of nine countries presented in eight culinary theatres. These include a continental rotisserie and grill, contemporary Asian and Italian corners, an extensive salad bar, and a centrally located patisserie section and bakery. Three-Nine-Eight seats 350 people.Barlen’s, with its wooden floors, thatched roofs and up-to-the-minute Asian-inspired interior, is a unique beachside restaurant and bar ready to pamper guests on the shoreline of Trou d’Eau Douce Bay. Choose from sushi, Western and Japanese grills and salads. Barlen’s seats 120.

The enchanting Safran offers modern interpretations of classic Indian cuisine, applying continental preparation methods to a range of timeless recipes. The focal point of the open kitchen is the series of tandoori ovens, which produce a tasty variety of Indian breads, mouth-watering appetisers and main courses. Safran, overlooking Hibiscus Bay, seats 56 people.

Right in the middle of the main pool, Séga Bar is the ideal daytime spot for refreshing drinks, tropical cocktails and light snacks. At night, enjoy the rhythms of the resident jazz band over a pure malt Scotch whiskey, a single-barrel bourbon or home-made rum. Séga Bar seats 60.

Named for the shipwrecked lovers Paul et Virginie, this relaxed shoes-off restaurant on Ile aux Cerfs serves perfect beachside fare: lightly grilled, fried or steamed fish, seafood, pizzas and Mauritian dishes. It seats 150, but will gladly cater for up to 300 wedding or group guests.

The nearby Sands Bar serves a selection of drinks, light lunch dishes and snacks, and seats 60.

On the romantic island of Ilot Mangénie, enjoy local food and drinks beachside, under the trees:

Crusoe’s Restaurant offers wonderful fresh fish, a salad bar and pizzas. Don’t miss its sumptuous Sunday buffets of spit-roasted lamb and chicken, Asian stir-fries, lagoon seafood and a decadent dessert counter, accompanied by free-flowing sparkling wines. Crusoe’s seats 96.

And the lively Robinson’s Bar is the place to taste your way through a menu of delicious home-made rum concoctions served by the friendly governor of Ilot Mangénie, Mr Robinson himself.

Resort facilities:

Le Touessrok is exhilarating water sports and exciting land sports. It is tennis coaching by a Peter Burwash pro, golfing on a Bernard Langer course and a selection of free activities including:

Land sports

  • Tennis
  • Bocce ball
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Jogging
  • Archery
  • Badminton, golf

Water sports

  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Laser sailing
  • Hobie cats
  • Pedal boats
  • Paddle-boats
  • Glass-bottomed boat rides
  • Snorkeling
  • Water-skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Aqua gym classes
  • Use of the Fitness Centre

At Le Touessrok, water ski aficionados are able to experience their preferred water sport on the leeward side of Ile aux Cerfs. To enjoy the nice ski zone within the lagoon, protected from the prevailing winds, guests of Le Touessrok only have to take the hotel ferry boat (one every twenty minutes) from the hotel jetty and reach the boat house at Ile aux Cerfs ten minutes away and another ten minutes boat trip away from the ski zone.

You’ll find the Fitness Centre overlooking the heated Frangipani lap pool. It offers stretching and programmes for swimming, tennis and golf. Jogging partners are available on request.

Or, for a fee, enjoy personal training, pro tennis coaching, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, parasailing, banana boat and tube rides, catamarans, canoeing, horse-riding or cycling.


Green fees for guests of Le Touessrok are complimentary at the Le Touessrok Golf Course.

Le Touessrok Golf Course
The 18-hole par 72 Le Touessrok Golf Course stretches over its own tropical island, Ile aux Cerfs, fringed by white sands and lapping water. Designed by golf pro Bernard Langer, it features a naturally undulating topography of volcanic rock, lakes, gullies and tropical trees – and is destined to become one of the wonders of the game.

The 6 476 metre course is accessible by boat from Le Touessrok, on the east coast of Mauritius.

Featuring a spectacularly situated Mauritian-style clubhouse, with fully stocked professional shop, world-renowned David Leadbetter Golf Academy, restaurant, bar and beautifully appointed male and female locker rooms, this is considered one of the most outstanding golf courses in the world – and you’ll understand why.


In line with Givenchy’s famously elegant style, Le Touessrok’s Givenchy Spa experience is a rarity; an exclusive opportunity to discover physical and mental harmony.

During Canyon Love Stone Therapy or a four-handed Ylang Ylang Body Massage, feel the caress of fulsome products created exclusively for Givenchy by Group LVMH Laboratories.

During a body scrub, a facial or even hydrotherapy, feel the expert treatment that comes at the hands of skilled masseurs and masseuses who are highly trained by Givenchy.

Before, during or after your indulgent exploration, step out to visit the fashionable Bastien Gonzalez Podiatry & Pedicure Clinic, the hair salon or the Givenchy Shop.

Kids club:

Young visitors to Le Touessrok are guaranteed an unforgettable vacation they’ll talk about for years, thanks to the award-winning T-Club for children aged two to 11 and Teens’ Club for ages 12-17: the best places to make new friends and to try new things…


Open 12 hours a day to cater for the specific needs of kids on holiday, T-Club offers free fun activities, video games, arts ‘n crafts, special menus, golf, mini-golf, tennis, windsurfing, swimming and fishing, as well as extras like excursions, pony rides, waterskiing, snorkelling initiation, scuba diving initiation, undersea walks and parasailing – under the constant watchful eye of professionally trained staff. There is also a complimentary welcome pack and Club card.

Please note: Please note that children aged 2 to 4, if not toilet trained, must be accompanied by a parent. Alternatively, a babysitter is available at nominal extra charge. .

Teens’ Club

Keep your teens stimulated and happy with Teens’ Club, the ideal meeting place for guests aged 12 to 17. All counsellors have completed a leisure consultancy certification programme and have the skills to help teens settle in, while exclusive hang-out areas allow youngsters to interact, play the latest computer games and enjoy music in a safe and fun environment.

Membership includes a club card, funky T-shirt, water-skiing lessons, sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving initiation, soccer, beach volleyball, tennis, golf, beach parties, dance lessons, bicycle riding and rollerblading. This cool club also organises extra excursions, fun days and special events, like photo safaris, hikes, undersea walks, parasailing, teen BBQs, lagoon cruises, island picnics and much more. No more rolling of the eyes – they’ll be waving you goodbye.



Take a Magical Mystery Tour through the paradise that is Mauritius. From giant tortoises and lily-pads, which seem to immerge from the imagination of Jules Verne, to stunning vistas and enchanted dunes, Mauritius offers more than just pristine waters and scintillating beaches. Enquire at your resort about tours and adventures…

  • Taste of Mauritius (half day)

    Wed & Fri.
    Visit Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens, Port Louis with shopping at Le Cauden Waterfront and Miraj. Optional visit to the Blue Penny Museum.

  • Scenic South (with Casela)

    Tue & Fri.
    Visit the Mauritius Glass Gallery to see traditional methods applied to recycled glass. Enjoy a panoramic view from Trou aux Cerfs, the dormant volcanic crater. Visit The Sacred Lake of Grand Bassin (Ganga Talao), site of Lord Shiva’s Temple and Black River Gorges. Lunch at the exclusive private forest lodge, Domaine Saint Denis followed by a visit to The seven coloured earths of Chamarel and Casela Park.

  • Adventure in Paradise (Ecotour)

    Fri & Sun.
    Briefing by qualified instructors. Explore by Quad Bike, L’Etoile & Ferney Reserve with it’s panoramic views of the East, South East and North of the island.Traditional Mauritian lunch buffet.

  • The Tea Route (Ecotour)

    Visit Domaine des Aubineaux (1872), one of Mauritius’ remaining original colonial houses. Travel through some of the island’s most beautiful countryside, calling at vanilla and anthurium lily plantations and a traditional tea factory. Lunch at Saint Aubin, a fine 19th century plantation house lovingly restored to its former glory with the opportunity to buy unique Mauritian teas and traditionally distilled rum.

  • Sugar Adventure

    Mon, Wed & Fri. Visit of Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens and the Sugar Museum – a great interactive experience. Shop for 12 varieties of exotic sugars and local rum then onto Miraj and Le Caudan Waterfront in Port Louis.

  • Cable Rides (Ecotour)

    Tue & Wed.
    Based at the factory site of Saint Felix sugar estate, situated in the South of the island. Travel by swift ‘zip-line’ at heights of around 30 metres, explore the river, the forest, cane fields and banana plantation. Halfway rest stop including a cooling swim in a natural pool followed by a typical Mauritian lunch included • Shopping Tour (half day) Mon Shopping in Curepipe and Floreal at boutiques and duty-free shops. Visit the diamond cutting workshop, a model ship factory – making exact model replicas of historic sailing ships, the ‘Mille et Une Nuits’ oriental carpet shop and the Mauritius Glass Gallery for hand blown glass.

  • Sail the Dolphin Coast

    Mon,Tue,Thur,Sat & Sun.
    Full day catamaran cruise along the West Coast aboard O’Plézir, a spacious and well-appointed catamaran. Spot dolphins, swim and snorkel. Barbecue lunch prepared and served on board by the crew.

  • Sunset Cruise

    Tue & Thur. Sail from Black River on the West Coast of the island. Watch the sun set over the horizon whislt enjoying cocktails and snacks.

  • Sailing Magic

    Full day catamaran cruise along the East Coast, the estuary of Grande Rivière Sud Est and its waterfall. Opportunity for swimming and snorkelling plus a visit to Ile aux Cerfs. Barbecue lunch prepared and served on board by the crew.

  • Undersea Adventure and Grand Baie

    Wed & Thur.
    Walk on the seabed near the reef or explore it in a two-man motorised subscooter. Lunch in the north of the island at a selected venue and afternoon shopping in Grand Baie.

  • Hire Your Own Catamaran

    Charter your own catamaran, with a choice of itineraries Be pampered and waited on all day while sunning on deck. Enjoy the best spots for swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing. Barbecue lunch prepared by the crew and served on board. Also available for overnight charters.

Mauritius Golf:

If you are a golfer looking for the perfect place to tee-up and swing then Mauritius has some serious treats in store for you. Here are some of the courses that you can expect to explore on your arrival in paradise.

  • Constance Belle Mare Plage The Legend

    ‘The Legend’, designed by South African champion, Hugh Baiocchi, is the crowning achievement of Constance Belle Mare Plage. Each hole has its own distinctive characteristics, with many a surprise in store. Superb fairways are laid-out in the heart of an indigenous forest, culminating in perfect greens built to USPGA specifications. In an effort to provide the quintessential golfing location, all 18 greens were rebuilt using Tif Dwarf grasses to ensure a perfect surface. Time has also been taken to enhance the natural beauty of the site. Teeing off from the 17th hole (par 3) is a feast for the eyes and a test for the nerves.

  • The Links

    The second Belle Mare Plage Championship Golf Course, designed by Rodney Wright and Peter Allis opened in November 2002. This 18-hole Links course was conceived as a result of the success and demands encountered by Hotels Constance’s first course, ‘The Legend’. Sitting beneath the clubhouse which faces the setting sun, the course measures 5,942 m and is a Par 71. Equipped with a practice fairway, this 18-hole course is set in a location which seems to have been naturally created for the purpose of an exciting days golfing.

  • Golf du Château

    Attached to two hotels, the Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort and the Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Spa Resort, the magnificent 18- hole “Golf du Château” golf course covers 100 hectares and is the masterpiece of architect Peter Matkovitch, of Peter Matkovich and Hayes, the world renowned South African architectural practice.

    Situated between the mountains and the sea in an undulating landscape interspersed with lakes, streams and tropical trees, this Par 72 championship course is both technically challenging and varied. The architects have elegantly integrated the two water courses that cross Golf du Château creating small lakes which enhance the demands made on technique, yet fully respecting the harmony and tranquillity of the surroundings. They have also integrated the magnificent Château of Bel Ombre and its gardens into the design of the golf course.

    “Golf du Château” consists of: two 9-hole courses.9 hole outside course 3,210m, 9 hole inside course is 3,297m, 3 by 3 vary from 140m to 200m, 4 by 4 from 320m to 430m, 4 by 5 from 490m to 520m. In addition, a mashie course has been created, a 9 hole par 3 course, ideal both for beginners as well as for more advanced golfers wanting to perfect their game.

  • Four Seasons Golf Course at Anahita

    Mauritius has now joined the world’s list of premier golfing destinations, finally realising all golfers’ fantasies. This Ernie Els Championship golf course is managed by Four Seasons Mauritius and is built to USGA standards. With a 6,828 -meter course, it offers 5 tee positions and allows every handicap to enjoy an exhilarating tee-to-green experience from the pros and amateurs to children. To complete your golfing experience, the contemporary Mauritianstyled Golf Clubhouse has a Golf Pro shop that is fully-stocked with high end merchandise, as well as Le Club restaurant, bar, luxurious locker facilities, and friendly supportive staff.

  • One&Only Le Saint Géran

    This 9-hole, Par 33 One&Only Golf Course is a Gary Player creation. The use of the course is complimentary to One&Only guests and for a nominal fee expert tuition is provided by the Academy’s Resident Pro. This 9-hole gem is unique to Mauritius as Le Saint Géran is the only course employing local grass on the fairways and greens. The local grass not only accentuates the exotic feel of the place but it also creates a challenge as it is thick and spongy, giving the ball some serious friction to overcome. Armies of coconut and palm trees frame the course with the shimmering azure of the Indian Ocean offering an eye-catching backdrop. There are a number of natural waterways strategically placed around the course creating a picturesque challenge for pros and beginners alike. Guests can also play 18 holes on Le Saint Géran with different departures.

  • Tamarina

    This 18-hole Championship Golf Course was designed by international design company Wright Golf Design, headed by Rodney Wright himself. Tamarina has already received much acclaim for its uniquely pleasant and rewarding golfing experience. There are 5 different teeing options on every hole, offering possibilities for all handicaps. From the Professional tees the course measures 6886 metres making Tamarina a true championship test. Tamarina stretches alongside and crosses the Rempart River which plays a spectacular part in many holes, where you will be challenged to fly or swim. Many of the holes have been specially designed to give scenic views of Mount Rempart and the surrounding mountain ranges.

  • The Mauritius Gymkhana Club

    The Mauritius Gymkhana Club is the oldest golf course in the southern Hemisphere and the fourth oldest golf course in the world (1844). Mauritius is the 3rd country to adopt golf as a sport after the UK and India (Royal Calcutta 1829, Royal Bombay 1842). Centrally located in the district of Plaines Wilhems and easily accessible the Mauritius Gymkhana Club offers an ideal setting for a round of golf. The climate is pleasant all year round except for the winter months when it is a bit wet. The golf course is a 5025 metre, 18-hole, Par 68 with challenging narrow fairways. Besides golf there are lawn tennis courts, a restaurant and a well equipped bar open throughout the day.

  • Le Touessrok

    Set on its own beautiful island off the East coast of Mauritius, separated from Le Touessrok hotel by a shimmering turquoise lagoon. The course, designed by Bernard Langer, covers 38 hectares and is the second longest in Mauritius, with holes snaking up and down the length of the island. All 18 holes have views of the ocean – some with glimpses across clearings through the trees; others by coming close to the shore. Facilities such as the Club House, restaurant, on-course refreshments, caddies, golf carts, locker rooms, bag storage clubs and shoe rental are available. And for those who feel their game might need some fine-tuning, Le Touessrok Golf Academy and practice area offers appropriate courses.

  • Paradis Golf Club Paradis

    This ranks among the most spectacular on the island. The 18-hole Par 72 stretches to the foot of Le Morne Mountain and curls back along the edge of a peaceful lagoon. The greens are planted with Seashore Paspalum, an ideal turf for the tropics. The last 9 holes spread along the coastline and 5 water obstacles offer a tranquil challenge to all.

  • Shandrani

    Shandrani features a 768-metre golf course, which runs along the banks of the lagoon, ensconced by a beautiful 50-acre tropical garden. With a “tee-off” located 100 metres away from the beach, this course is both stimulating and fun. The difficulty resides in its small size, which best suits calculated and accurate swings. Perfect for beginners or those who wish to improve their short game.


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