An island emerging from the Indian Ocean
Mauritius is one of the three volcanic islands of the Mascarenhas Archipelago in the south-west of the Indian Ocean. It is surrounded by one of the largest unbroken coral reefs in the world which shelter the island’s turquoise lagoon, diverse marine wildlife, and white sandy beaches.
More than meets the eye
Mauritius does not stand alone; it is surrounded by a series of untouched islets, one of which being the iconic island of Ile aux Cerfs to which the guests of Ambre are offered privileged access. Guests also benefit from free green fees at the championship golf course of the Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club.
An island with a unique history
The history of Mauritius has created the perfect environment for cultural diversity. Staying at Ambre, you will discover a multi-cultural and multi-lingual explosion through the traditional sounds of Sega music, the local folklore, and through local Mauritian cuisine which is a unique fusion of Chinese, Indian and Creole food.
Things to do in Mauritius
Known for its breath-taking beaches and crystal clear seas, Mauritius is the ideal destination for an active or relaxing beach holiday. Ambre offers all kinds beach and sea activities and entertainment such as glass-bottom boat trips, kayaking, snorkeling and tennis. An array of water sports with additional fee including scuba diving, PADI open-water courses and deep sea fishing.