A unique finger wharf location

From Snorkeling to Kitesurfing.
Inspiring Activities at
your Fingertips.

The following Activities can be enjoyed by guests in close proximity to the complex

  • Snorkelingmore info
    Blessed with the largest and most unspoiled lagoon in Mauritius, one may snorkel for days on end and still only discover a small percentage of the undersea life. Discover snorkeling at Paradise Beach by going out on your own or with an experienced guide on a sailboat. Alternatively, the Blue Bay Marine Park presents yet another opportunity to snorkel among some of the most beautiful coral formations in Mauritius, currently classified as a protected reserve.
  • Sailingmore info
    Benefiting from the cool summer breezes and the largest lagoon, Pointe d’Esny is a sailing paradise. Discover the islands with Jean Claude Farla, who will take you on his multi-colored sailing boat and show you the hidden secrets of this magical lagoon.
  • Beach Walksmore info
    At the earliest signs of dawn, a silent walk along the beach followed by an early morning swim is the best way to start one’s day, and is an intimate way to enjoy the luxury of this idyllic environment.
  • Swimmingmore info
    The particular stretch of beach in front of Pointe d’Esny is home to one of the clearest waters on the island, with a coral-free bed in front of the complex. This means guests can walk into the ocean freely knowing there is only soft sand underfoot.
  • Petanquemore info
    Paradise Beach has it’s own petanque or “french bowls” area reserved for guests. A great way to spend the afternoon in the sun and enjoy the banter which comes with being competitive...
  • Fishingmore info
    Fishing may be organised at the complex to our clients delight, whether it be deep-sea fishing on the Royal Mauritius “52” fishing boat, rock-angling from the reef or a short trip in the lagoon with a local fisherman.
  • Eating Outmore info
    With not less than seven restaurants within a two kilometer radius, clients at Paradise Beach will be spoiled with choice for eating out at a variety of restaurants. Restaurants also deliver readymade meals to the complex at no additional cost.
  • Water Sportsmore info
    A wide variety of water sports are available on prior arrangement. Clients may be picked up right in front of the complex beach for activities such as waterskiing.
  • Island Tripsmore info
    A great way to spend a day out in the spirit of adventure is to book a island trip. Most trips are fully catered and include drinks. Popular island trips include a full day Catamaran trip to Ile Aux Cerfs, or a boat trip to Ile aux Phare “ Lighthouse Island” where your skipper and his team will set up a lobster feast... highly recommended...
  • Glass Bottom Boat Tripsmore info
    By arrangement with the complex manager, guests may enjoy a short trip over some of the most magnificent corals and underwater features for a great family outing. Guests can also enjoy snorkeling during the trip on prior arrangement.
  • Kitesurfingmore info
    Kitesurfing is popular throughout the year whenever the wind is strong enough. The location is perfect and lends itself to beginners as well as seasoned kiters. Services provided by the local kiteboarding schools vary from one-on-one lessons for beginners to equipment rental for the more experienced kiters.
  • Quad-biking & Hikingmore info
    The Ferney Valley is an ideal place for quad trips and boasts a variety of mapped hiking trails for the more active guest. The restaurant at Ferney offers adventurous guests an opportunity to “refuel”.
  • Family Tripsmore info
    Families could enjoy trips to destinations such as the La Vanille crocodile farm and the Ferney valley, as well as outings on the glass bottom boat and the Preskil Catamaran. Clients with rental cars could enjoy driving up north along the coastal road to soak up the authenticity of the East coast.
  • Horse-ridingmore info
    Horse-riding trips may be organized along the dramatic cliffs of Union Ducray, further south - a surprising contrast to the sandy beaches Mauritius is famous for.
  • Cyclingmore info
    Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or simply want to see some of the local scenery first hand, the South East coast is cycling paradise. Little traffic compared to the rest of the island makes cycling along the coastal road into Mahebourg or towards Blue Bay ideal. The beautiful coastal road will take seasoned cyclists past sleepy villages along the way to the Anahita Sanctuary, Belle Mare and beyond - a magnificent cycling experience.
  • Mountain Bikingmore info
    Mountain biking enthusiasts will enjoy the South East with the slopes of Kestrel Valley and its surrounding hills in particular, as well as the endless possibilities of the surrounding sugar cane fields.
  • Historymore info
    Mahebourg and the surrounding areas of “Vieux Grand Port” are rich with cultural significance and have become established cultural and historical landmarks over the years. A short trip north, up the coastal road to Pointe Cannon or to the Mahebourg Naval Museum, will prove an interesting outing: soak up the local history, stories of naval battles and fantastical folklore.