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Beachcomber Paradis

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- Wonderfully secluded peninsula location
- 18-hole golf course, tennis, spa, fitness centre
- Near salt pans and wildlife adventure park
- Snorkel, scuba dive, swim with dolphins

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Beachcomber Paradis is a luxury leisure resort located in the far southwest of Mauritius. It lies on a peninsula that juts out into a beautiful lagoon and is set out against the majestic backdrop of Le Morne Mountain, a huge basaltic monolith known for its steep slopes and assortment of caves. While there are other high-end resorts in the vicinity, Beachcomber Paradis is set apart by its secluded location on a narrow peninsula, with ocean vistas on one side and views of the lagoon and Mauritius itself on the other.

There are no fewer than a dozen different room categories to choose from. These cater for a broad range of budgets and include standard rooms, beachfront rooms, suites and villas. All of the rooms are pleasant, airy, bright and spacious. Some offer views of the resort's well-presented gardens, while others have direct beach access and picturesque ocean views. The large Paradis and Presidential Villas are the most exclusive option – set apart from the rest of the property, they are accessible by car, bike or electric buggy and offer tranquillity in a particularly private setting. Amenities common to all rooms include a TV with cable channels, a minibar, complimentary tea and coffee, air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom with separate bathtub and shower.

The resort has its very own professional-standard, 18-hole golf course that covers a significant amount of the peninsula. There’s also an on-site golfing academy offering bespoke, personalised coaching sessions and catering for both amateurs and experienced players alike. After a round of golf, many enjoy a refreshing drink at the elegant club house. Many other sporting pursuits are available, most of which can be enjoyed free of charge. It’s possible to play football, enjoy games of volleyball out on the beach or play tennis on one of six floodlit courts. For those looking to get out on the water, there’s windsurfing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and snorkelling, with activities such as kitesurfing, swimming with dolphins and scuba diving available at an extra cost. The resort’s well-equipped sports centre is among the largest on the island and offers a broad menu of classes and workouts. Nearby, it’s possible to visit the Casela wildlife and adventure park, the Tamarin salt pans and the historic Martello Tower museum.

When it comes to dining, guests have four high-quality restaurants to choose from, each offering sumptuous cuisine and personalised service. Dining experiences range from casual light lunches to sophisticated dinners served right by the ocean. There’s also a peaceful spa with a serene feel and a fantastic choice of pampering treatments.

The resort is very family friendly indeed. Nearly all of the rooms accommodate children, with the suites recommended for those with more than one child. The Paradis Kids Club welcomes youngsters aged 3-11 and offers both indoor and outdoor play areas, along with a kids-only restaurant. There are many activities children can take part in, from glass-bottom boat trips and bicycle rides, to water-skiing and golf.

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  • Hi Lisa

    We have put together some feedback from our lovely holiday, and do let us know if there is anything particular you would like feedback on that we have missed. I hope that you will be able to feel what a great time we had from this. We have just worked through the holiday in chronological order as it is easiest to think what we did then!

    Ouirgane Ecolodge - lovely place to stay, a real oasis. The food was good and enormous portions, we came nowhere close to finishing them. Mohammed also had found out what we would be eating at lunchtime with the Berber family and ensured that we had a different menu in the evening which was very thoughtful. Loved the pool, especially as it was so hot. Also appreciated having filtered water available so that we did not have to buy huge amounts of plastic water bottles.
    Mohammed was very helpful and quickly was able to sort out a car to take Jessica and Alan to the lunch stop on the day one village trek which made a real difference as otherwise they would have had to miss out on the whole day.
    Our guide for the trek, Hussein, was good company. He had good English and was able to chat about all sorts of subjects but was also knowledgeable about the local Berber communities and taught us a few words. Lunch with the Berber family was enjoyable.

    Dar Adrar - loved the trip up with the mule! Great location. Quite simple but had everything we needed. Again we liked having filtered water available. Hamid was very helpful and always available to answer our questions, fill up water bottles, make a mint tea upon request. Food good and a vegetarian option was always provided for Emily, portion size more reasonable!
    Day trek - with the same guide Hussein as for Ouirgane. Alan, Daniel and Emily went on this as Jessica was not up to a day walk. They had a good time but ideally would have preferred it to be a bit more challenging. However, this was part of the trip that had to be rearranged at the last minute and worked well as part of that. Also, the cook for lunch was deemed to have produced the best food of the trip so far - meatball tagine - and they enjoyed being able to watch him prepare the meal, which was the only time this was possible. It was amazing what he was able to produce with one burner and a tiny knife!
    Mountain biking trip was fabulous. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. Girls loved the e-bikes, both these and the mountain bikes were of very good quality which we were impressed by. It was very tough ascent for the three of us on mountain bikes but a great descent. I can’t decide if I would opt for an e-bike or not if we went back as I did have a great sense of achievement at the end of the day but I was exhausted! Our guide (Rashid?) needed to repair Daniels chain which broke and he was able to do this really quickly which was great. Jessica came off her bike and we had to patch her up with some plasters, it was not clear whether our guide carried a first aid kit. We had our own so it was fine but if they don’t carry one it could be worth suggesting that clients carry one themselves. The lunch stop was another good one with a great view over the valley and good food and plenty of water which was required after such a challenging morning!

    Sidi Kaouki
    Riad Sila, Rebali Riads - fabulous villa, fantastic pool. Fatima and Mohammed looked after us very well. The only thing I would suggest is having a filtered water tap available as we did have to buy a lot of water bottles. We ate 3 evenings at the villa and food was good, although sometimes not quite what we were expecting. The Moroccan salad we had as a starter was amazingly delicious. Breakfasts were lovely.
    We did a lot of the activities on offer:
    Surfing - 2 hour lesson. Three people did this and had a great time. Thoroughly recommended
    Cooking lesson with Hayadt and Attila in Essaouira - they didn’t speak much English but our French was sufficient and they were really friendly and chatty. We loved being taken around the souks and buying ingredients. They showed us how to make couscous as we expressed an interest and this was great. Alan was pleased to find someone who took the time to show him exactly how to prepare the mint tea we had been enjoying everywhere! Enjoyed making the tagine but actually it was the other bits that really made the trip.
    Quad biking - 1 hour trip down the beach. Was fabulous! Great fun.
    Sea had big waves and was great fun for swimming.
    Sad to leave!

    Riad Dar Hanane - lovely place to stay. Getting there behind the handcart was an experience in itself and we did indeed get lost the first time we went out! Mohammed gave us a little introductory talk over the obligatory mint tea when we arrived at the riad with a simple map and rough outline of where to go and how to find our way back which was very useful. The rooms were fabulous particularly the grand suite room with the mezzanine which the kids had and which was plenty big enough for the three of them to share and not be on top of each other. Breakfasts were delicious, we enjoyed using the pool to cool off in the afternoon and the roof terrace was a great place to relax at the end of the evening.
    Half day tour - our guide Mohammed was very friendly with superb English. It was an interesting and enjoyable morning and a good introduction to Marrakech. We really enjoyed being able to see various artisans at work, as well as the guy stoking the hammam fires and being able go into the bakery to see the loaves cooking in the oven. These were things that we couldn’t have done on our own. The lunch at the King’s Tangia restaurant was brilliant, the meat was absolutely delicious and it was different to anything else we had had whilst in Morocco which was a welcome surprise. We had a great morning and are very pleased we did it, but whether it was value for money we can’t quite decide as it was a very expensive option, so any recommendation to friends would come with this caveat.

    All transfers worked well with drivers where they were supposed to be at the right time and we were kept informed of timings etc by the relevant hotel person the night before leaving. Mohammed who met us at the airport on arrival and who did our transfer from Ouirgane to Imlil and then the coast to Marrakech was excellent. Mustafa, who was our driver from Imlil to the coast, was safe and courteous but he drove so slowly that the transfer took over an hour longer than it should have and it was starting to get a bit irritating by the end.

    I seem to have written quite a bit. Not sure if this is the sort of feedback you are after! We had a fantastic holiday and have been, and will be, talking about it in glowing terms to friends. Morocco is a very interesting and friendly place to visit and has whetted the appetites of the kids to be a bit more adventurous with travel.

    Thank you so much for all your help with the arrangements and rearrangements. Our holiday in Morocco was everything we hoped it would be! We have already recommended you to others and will continue to do so.

    Many thanks

    MissingJacky W reviewing Toubkal & Valleys Trek on 31 August 2022

  • Hi Lisa

    We had an absolutely fantastic time, thank you! My comments here contain just very minor things which could have improved it - please don’t take it as any criticism of the holiday which we absolutely loved, but small tweaks which could have improved it even further!

    Cape Town
    Arrival and transfer were superb - lovely to be met straight off the plane and smoothly transferred straight to the waterfront.
    You should note that Lawhill no longer has a dedicated reception - this caused a couple of issues getting into the accommodation and meeting our guide. Just worth letting people know as nothing which wasn’t overcome with a couple of calls to the complex reception.
    The accommodation itself was ideal for us - spacious, clean and a great base to relax and go out to dinner.
    Our guide from AWOL, Bevan, was first class - really friendly knowledgeable and great with the kids. 10/10!
    The tours were a perfect balance for us of interesting stuff for adults and children
    If I could change anything from our holiday, I’d have had an extra day at leisure in Cape Town, so much to do in the city itself.
    Also worth noting the cable car to Table Mountain seems to be closed during August - just worth noting in advance as we had planned to do that. The aquarium was a good second best though which the kids probably enjoyed more!
    Departure was a pain - our car didn’t turn up at 4.00 as per the schedule which was a pain, particularly that early in the morning. On contacting them, they said it has been booked at 4.45 - an extra 45 mins sleep would have been good - just worth double checking those in future.
    Transfer to Madikwe was superb again and really easy
    Accommodation was good - I guess this might be because we originally booked a couple of years ago, but the bed for the kids was a bit small for a 9 and 11 year old. Our bed was so big however that Chloe just bunked down with us so no problem at all. Food and service was first class.
    Our safari guide, Pride, was amazing. I’d recommend a private safari to anyone - we were able to be flexible with times and destinations (for example on one day he picked us up a couple of hours early to we could drive much further into the reserve which was rewarded with some cheetahs, another day we went on an all-dayer rather than morning and evening) - mixing things up to see more made a great experience even better.
    Transfer back to Johannesburg was just as easy
    Johannesburg hotel was ok - nothing special but for a transfer hotel it did what we needed!

    Transfer to and from the resort was seamless
    The resort is lovely - food, accommodation and facilities all great. After such a busy start to the holiday we didn’t really take full advantage of all the water sports but anything we did do was really easy and great fun. Would definitely recommend it to others!
    For a family like ours the drinks package wouldn’t have been good value so pleased we just went full board (having a few drinks during the day and a bottle of wine with dinner our bill came to about £450)
    Just to note a specific plus from the resort: I has some issues with my banking whilst away - the resort waived the fees on my phone call back to the UK to sort it out. Little things like that really make a great impression and reflect so well on the management.

    Thank you again for all your work helping us get there in such difficult times. Great memories of a superb holiday for all the family!

    Best wishes

    MissingMatt W reviewing South Africa Madikwe Safari and Mauritius on 31 August 2022

  • Hi Lisa

    I don’t know if you collect feedback but thought it might be useful for you! Happy for you to use any of my comments in testimonials etc.

    We had an utterly amazing holiday and firstly I want to thank you for your patience during what was a very frustrating process for all of us / my procrastination, then covid, date changes, flight cancellations / I can’t quite believe we got there in the end and the trip lived up to all our expectations. Our itinerary felt pretty much perfect so thank you for all the advice and steering in the right direction.

    Thank you also for your flexibility in terms of allowing us to book certain aspects of our trip independently (Cape Town) and then adding flights at a later date. The flexibility to do this and change dates etc was brilliant.

    Originally we intended to self drive, mainly to save cost and then I got nervous about it and we had transfers for the whole trip. Once we were there I was aware that pretty much everyone one was self driving and that the N2 route was actually quite straightforward. In retrospect we could have done self drive however my husband and I both agreed that for us the transfer option was probably best. Although a straightforward route, the N2 is quite a hairy road with lots of trucks and there was a definite etiquette for driving and overtaking. Our son is quite anxious and I think he would have found the driving stressful and so we feel we made the right choice.

    It obviously meant that we were not able to do any self drive safari but this did not matter, I would not have wanted to the advantages of being taken with someone who can spot things we would never have seen, imparting huge amounts of knowledge and having the right vehicles for going off road were worth every penny.

    St Lucia, this was a great place to start our safari, we did a night drive (highly recommend), a day safari up to Cape Vidal and also a boat trip on the estuary. Would recommend all of it. Our accommodation at Lidiko Lodge was comfortable and they do a lovely breakfast on a gorgeous terrace. The rooms are quite dark and although there was nothing wrong with it, it was probably our least favourite accommodation on our trip.

    Ghost Mountain Inn, we arrived here after 4 full on days in Cape Town and then 2 days in St Lucia so were ready for a bit of a rest and it really was lovely. We had lovely rooms, enjoyed the pool, food and did a fantastic trip to visit the local Zulu village and then a morning game drive into Mkhuze park (they have hides here and it was wonderful to watch the animals come to the waterhole to drink) it felt slightly more intimate than watching them from a vehicle.

    Rhino River Lodge, undoubtedly the highlight of the trip. It was a wonderful experience from start to finish. The food was lovely, the level of service was amazing (little touches like hot water bottles on your seat at dinner and hot flannels and an aperitif handed to us as we returned from our evening game drive. It was 3/4 star rather than 5 star and the rooms were quite rustic (very comfy beds) but we really liked that (not 5 star people) and felt very comfortable with the children who were made very welcome and there were food options to suit them (although mostly they ate the adult food but nice to have an alternative, simpler option). The ONLY downside is that you can hear the N2 from the lodge and initially it bothered me a bit but actually it was such a fabulous place it didn’t really matter in the end but maybe something to flag to other clients.

    Fairlight Beach House – I’m glad we only had 1 night here as actually the weather at this point was not great but it was a great place to gather ourselves before the flight home (I would NOT have wanted to go straight from Rhino River to the airport to fly home). Lovely, super comfortable place to stay and we spent the morning watching dolphins and whales breaching less than 100m from the shore line.

    My only regret is that we didn’t make it to Drakensburg Mountains (Rorkes or Fugitives Drift). If I was planning the trip again I probably would just do 2 nights (instead of 3) at Ghost Mountain and add one extra day to give another 2 nights to get to the mountains.

    Thank you Lisa and I really hope that we will have the opportunity to do another 'Big Trip' at some point soon and book through you!


    MissingJosine B reviewing Value KZN Bush & Beach Safari For Families on 30 August 2022

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