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  • December rhymes with holidays. Beachcomber has designed an amazing program for honeymooners who dream of an adventure under the sign of the Capricorn – a program that will make this unique moment magical and unforgettable. Whether you are looking for tranquillity and time out or a more energetic formula, Beachcomber guarantees a plethora of amazing activities. Sneak peek into the...
  • One of the nicest and finest way to discover a country is through a culinary adventure. Food is part and parcel of a national heritage. It is an experience that can only be lived through the taste buds. Why resist? Mauritian cuisine is a unique fusion of several continents. It is a cuisine that preserves its Indian heritage through its spicy dishes with exotic names that are often accompanied...
  • It was under British rule that Mauritius became the third country in the world to introduce golf in 1844. Since then, the island has become a top golf destination for golf lovers thanks to its delightful climate and the undeniable beauty of its greens. Beachcomber invites you to live a unique golfing experience through Paradis Golf Club and its exceptional championship course, partnerships...
  • His sense of observation and critical thinking and his steadfast combat against the pauperisation of both man and nature, have made him a voice – and a pen! – to be heard in Mauritius. “My greatest joy is to see a seed germinate and watch the tiny seedling grow.” In the garden of his house in Rose-Hill and in his professional life, Malenn Oodiah, sociologist and...
  • An artisan who made a career out of his passion For Kritanand ‘Sam’ Babboo, golf is more than a job; his engagement with the game has something to do with the heart. He was initially attracted to golf out of curiosity, but discovered a passion that he has been sharing for more than 20 years with guests at Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort &...
  • To follow the tracks of this little rough-skinned lime is to navigate the oceans, and to follow the exotic route of sailors and spices… It is to enter into the song of a world of mixed cultures. Once was a time when the world must have been still. Almost immobile. People stayed at home all their lives. There must have been a great silence. The winds served no purpose. It was certainly...
  • We meet the young Mauritian painter who came to art by “vandalising” magazine pictures, in his studio in Quatre Bornes where his burlesque and tragic creatures come to life, in his head as well as on his walls. Far from the beaches and the palm trees, Quatre Bornes has put up its modern high rises and shopping centre in the Plaines Wilhems district in the middle of the island....
  • From Reunion island to China, the slackliner Nathan Paulin, 24, born in Le Reposoir, a village in Haute Savoie, France, tickles the clouds and reinvents the valleys. Before flying high above the planet, here’s a bit of vocabulary to help you keep your balance. Slackline, as its name suggests, is a length of flat webbing that is loosely put under tension between two anchors, allowing you...
  • A handful of artisans have grouped together to form the association LocalHands, an initiative supported by the Fondation Espoir Développement, which does much more than promoting local crafts. “In 1999, after the death of the Creole singer Kaya, there were riots on the island, mainly from the most underprivileged people here. Following this, the Beachcomber group created the...
  • She owes her robust knowledge of classical Indian music to her father, the legendary virtuoso Ravi Shankar. It is from that she inherited the mastering of the sitar, an instrument she got to know when she was nine years old. On Wednesday, September 26, Anoushka Shankar captivated Mauritius during a unique electroacoustic concert which was largely dedicated to her latest album ‘Land of...