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  • There can be no more hesitation for those who are looking for an active sporting break in a heavenly tropical retreat. The Beachcomber Group has come up with an unbeatable kitesurf package, including accommodation at Dinarobin Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa on Le Morne Peninsula, only five minutes from one of the world’s best spots with trade winds almost all year...
  • « Above all, I do my job driven by passion and I have chosen the lifestyle that goes with it», says Jean-Eric Lebrasse, the pastry chef of Dinarobin Beachcomber. Wearing as many hats as his position demands, from dawn to dusk, Jean-Eric leads a team of more than twenty Artisans, all working together to treat the guests of Dinarobin Beachcomber and paying special attention to...
  • “Mountain Thrill is the new-born of Casela World of Adventures. Launched on August 15, 2019, it comprises of seven activities inspired from the mountain and ropes and promises thrills and chills for the bold! “Thrillingly affordable!” as the slogan goes, means that visitors must only pay the fee for the chosen activity before enjoying without any entrance fee, the thrills and...
  • Why does Ajay Kurnauth, pastry chef at Canonnier Beachcomber, look so young, despite his 52 years? For three reasons: he has travelled widely, he’s passionate about what he does, and he still lives in the same courtyard in Triolet, Mauritius, with his family and his mother.   When Ajay Kurnauth contemplates his pastry creations, he has the same dreamy look as when, as a child, he...
  • The first thing we notice about Reaz is his calm, confident and friendly demeanor. He has found a job that matches his personality; alert yet discreet, he ensures the smooth running of the dinner service at Canonnier Beachcomber. It is Reaz who welcomes you, shows you to your table and talks you through your menu. He instantly sets the tone with his warm and friendly manner and his attention...
  • In December 1744, the Saint-Géran was smashed to pieces on the coral reefs off the north-east coast of Mauritius. 220 people perished. A bestselling novel, Paul and Virginie, was written about the drama. 275 years later, the myth and the characters seem more real than history itself.   Le Saint-Géran, a ship belonging to the Compagnie des Indes set sail from France in...
  • Veena Ramphul joined the Royal Palm in May 1994 as waitress. Patient and passionate, inclined to learn, she improved her skills in restaurant service thanks to knowledgeable butlers in Mauritius and abroad. Twenty-five years down the road, she is today an accomplished restaurant artisan who holds the satisfaction of the clients at heart and strives to make their stay so memorable that they...
  • For more than twenty years, Anouchka has been sharing her love of the ocean with the visitors of Paradis Beachcomber. We all hold "the little girl with the big smile" very close to our hearts. Anouchka had been waiting for this moment for a long time. "It was as if the sea was whispering to me: Here you are at last!"... says Anouchka fondly, describing how she stood at the...
  • For her first novel, published by Gallimard in France, Natasha Soobramanien, a young Englishwoman, daughter of Mauritian exiles, chose to revisit the work by Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, transposed into our modern world. In spite of her Mauritian origins, Natasha Soobramanien has never lived in Mauritius. She was born and bred in London. Her first view of Mauritius was through the story of Paul...
  • Music Day is celebrated across all five continents on June 21. Music reflects the soul of a nation. In Mauritius, this soul is known as the sega. Sega originates from the very depth of slavery chants. Of African roots, it originally expresses the pain of Africans who were uprooted from their native land and subjected to forced labour. At night, it brings solace. Sensual and voluptuous –...