Bel Ombre Mauritius lies in Savanne District. Home to a nature reserve, golf course, beach and a variety of landmarks to explore, Bel Ombre is also home to a number of excellent resorts. Whether you are visiting on honeymoon, family holiday or a getaway with friends, this village also offers a central location for exploring nearby attractions within Mauritius. Chamarel is less than 20km away, putting you in easy reach of Chamarel Falls and the Seven Coloured Earths. Black River is just under 30km away, with plenty to see there as well, including Black River Gorges National Park.

Everything You Need to Know About Bel Ombre Mauritius

Wondering what to see and do in Bel Ombre Mauritius? Not sure where to stay, or when to go? Keep reading to find out more about this village, so that you can start planning your holiday right now.

In this mini guide, we take a virtual tour of Bel Ombre Mauritius to find out what to see and do, where to stay and when to go.

What to See & Do

From the beautiful natural surrounds of Frederica Nature Reserve, to Heritage Golf Club, the village centre, historical landmarks such as Chateau de Bel Ombre and the old sugar mills, not to mention the beach and lagoon, Bel Ombre has a number of interesting sights. Activities here range from swimming to snorkelling, scuba diving, boat trips, dolphin viewing, shopping, fishing, kite surfing, golfing and plenty of other things to do.

Where to Stay

Resorts in this part of the island include Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort – a spectacular five-star resort located within the nature reserve of Bel Ombre. This resort blends traditional charm with modern luxury. The result is a resort that caters to just about every need. Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Spa meanwhile offers five-star luxury with a golf course and spa. This beautiful resort is ideal for romantic holidays.

When to Go

Like many other tropical destinations, Mauritius has two major seasons – a dry season and a wet season. The dry season runs from May to October. Weather during this time is usually at its best, especially if you want to explore nature reserves and other outdoor attractions. The wet season runs from November to April. During this time, tropical storms are common. To get a better idea of weather during each season, read our tips on when to visit Mauritius.

If you’re looking for a peaceful, scenic place to stay on your island holiday, Bel Ombre Mauritius is sure to tick all of your boxes.

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