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    Mauritius - North Coast

    When can I go?

    1 May 2022 - 7 September 2022


    Enjoy a 7 night holiday at the Adult Only Veranda Paul & Virginie!

    What’s included in the deal?

    Return flights to Mauritius on Air Mauritius Return resort transfers 7 nights accommodation in a Comfort Room Breakfast & dinner daily All taxes, levies & surcharges (estimate)

    More Info

    15% Discount included - book by 30 June 2022 Upgrade to All Inclusive from R4 170 per person Adult Only Resort

    Airfare Surcharges & Conditions

    A shoulder season airfare surcharge of R710 per person will apply over the following dates: 24 June - 19 July 2022 30 September - 11 October 2022 A high season airfare surcharge of R1320 per person will apply from 15 December 2022

    Terms & Conditions

    Packages are subject to availability at the time of the reservation. Passport & visa costs (if applicable), travel insurance & items of a personal nature are not included. Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to airfare increases and currency fluctuations. Rebooking and cancellation fees apply. All prices are per person sharing unless otherwise specified. Standard terms and conditions apply. All discounts and/or special offers have already been included in the package price.

    Pricing Per Person Sharing From

    Base Price: ZAR 12 980
    Package Taxes: ZAR 4 550
    Total Price: ZAR 17 530

    Why we like it

    Paul & Virginie were lovers. When Virginie drowned on the sailing ship Saint Geran off the the North East Coast during a cyclone, Paul was so devastated that he died shortly thereafter of a broken heart.

    The story of these star crossed lovers was immortalised by JH Bernardin de Sainte-Pierre in 1787 and has become a definition of true love. And so has Veranda Paul & Virginie. Dotted with sun beds, love nests and hammocks this adult only resort is a romantic hideaway for two.


    North Coast, Grand Gaube.


    12 Comfort Rooms (Size: 32 m
    2)These lovely rooms, adorned with pale wood and a tinge of orange and sea views are equipped with a private balcony or terrace surveying the bluest lagoon, offering serenity and privacy.

    57 Superior Rooms (Size: 38 m2)
    Rooms are spacious and ideal for a couple with the welcoming and cozy atmosphere. The balcony or terrace are ideal spots for "sea-gazing".

    12 Privilege Rooms (Size: 42 m2)
    The sea-facing rooms with wide spaces and discreet decor are conducive to long midday naps. From the balcony or terrace catch a glimpse of the blue expanse of the sea.


    • Air conditioning
    • Ceiling fan
    • Electronic safe
    • Mini bar
    • Tea and coffee making facilities
    • Satellite television
    • Hair dryer
    • Direct dial telephone
    • Complimentary Wi-Fi
    • Flat screen TV
    • Furnished terrace or balcony


    Meal Plans

    Half Board includes:

    • Breakfast and dinner daily in the main restaurant.
    • Privilege room guests can also enjoy nightly dinner (excl. seafood) at Saint Geran.

    All Inclusive includes:

    • Buffet breakfast at the main restaurant (07h00 – 10h00).
    • Lunch at Saint Geran (12h00 – 15h00) or the main pool/bar (12h00 – 15h00).
    • Buffet or a la carte dinner at the main restaurant or a daily Rs400 credit per person per night for dinner at Saint Geran (19h00 – 22h00).
    • Afternoon tea, coffee and pancakes and/or snacks (15h00 – 17h00).
    • Snacking options at the street food mobile kiosk (12h00 – 14h00).
    • Soft drinks, juices, mineral water, local beers, cocktails, local spirits and house wine by the glass available at the bar (11h00 - 23h00).
    • A picnic box for guests leaving the resort for the day (24 Hour prebooking is required).
    • Tea and coffee making facilities in room (replenished once daily).
    • Mini bar including soft drinks, local juices, water & local beers only (replenished once daily).

    ** Enjoy food and drinks within the AI package at Veranda Palmar, Veranda Pointe Aux Biches, and Veranda Tamarin (transport is not included and pre booking required). **

    Isle De France
    The hotel’s main restaurant overlooks the immaculate pool and bay, affording a stunning view of the horizon’s innumerable hues of blue.
    You will have a chance to taste the subtlety of the local flavours - spices and seasonal produce - or stick to what is comforting.
    A combination of Mauritian and international cuisine served table d’hôte or buffet style is bound to please every palate.
    Open for Lunch (12h00 – 15h00) and Dinner (19h00 – 22h00).

    Le Saint Géran
    The beach bar and restaurant, Le Saint Géran (named after the shipwreck made famous by Bernardin de St. Pierre who wrote a novel around it), is located at the end of a jetty. Under the thatch-roof, a hallmark of Mauritian architecture, you will savour platters of freshly caught seafood and Veranda Resorts signature dishes.
    The seaside restaurant has a mystical aura to it, which is somewhat enhanced come nightfall.
    Open for Lunch (12h00 – 15h00) and Dinner (19h00 – 22h00).
    Bar opening hours 11h00 – 23h30.

    Poudre d’Or Bar
    An elegant decor and unblemished views of the Grand-Gaube lagoon - one of the island’s largest - make the Poudre d’Or the perfect place for a mid-afternoon break. Indulge in a coffee, a cocktail or an after-dinner liquor at the bar. For a late afternoon pick-me-up, opt for savoury snacks or crêpes. Come evening, a laid-back island ambience settles in with live music and shows.
    Open for Light meals (12h00 – 15h00), Crepes (15h00 – 17h00).
    Bar opening hours 11h00 – 23h30.

    Mobile Food Kiosk
    Pop up street food kiosk offering local cuisines.
    Open for Lunch (12h00 – 14h00).

    The Seven Colours Wellness Spa is a haven where therapists tailor bespoke treatments combining ancient customs with modern wellbeing with local, Mauritian undertones. Taking advantage of the location in the tropics, thereapists use the purest ingredients, harvested and turned into essential oils.
    Guests will leave feeling cleansed and whole.

    The Seven Colours concept, present in all of the Veranda Resorts hotels, features spas and wellness lounges, treatments and massages, as well as its own line of cosmetics and products.

    Open 08h00 – 20h00.

    Complimentary throughout the resort.

    Catamaran departs from Paul & Virginie with snorkelling at "Fond Blancs” with lunch at Bernache Island.
    Daily departures at 10h00 with an Adult Only cruise on a Monday and a Lobster cruise on a Sunday (with supplement).

    Complimentary twice weekly shuttle service to Grand Baie (pre booking required).

    WATERSPORTS & ACTIVITIES (* some at a supplement)

    • 2 Swimming pools
    • Aquagym
    • Windsurfing
    • Kayaks
    • Pedal boat
    • Stand-up paddle
    • Snorkelling
    • Glass bottom boat
    • Sailing dinghies
    • Pétanque
    • Floodlit tennis court
    • Fitness Centre
    • Beach volley
    • Shuttle to Grand Baie (Twice a week)
    • Bicycle rental *
    • Scuba Diving (PADI)*
    • Paddle Step *
    • Fishing *
    • Kitesurfing *
    • Seaplane *
    • Catamaran excursions (on request) *
    • Boutique
    • Conference room

    All information in this fact sheet is applicable from 1 February 2022 to 31 January 2023 is subject to change without prior notice.


    Friendly, inviting and relentlessly beautiful – welcome to Mauritius! Beaches, temples, lagoons, rainforests, reefs, waterfalls, shopping, dining… Mauritius is one of the best holiday spots in the Indian Ocean. For the adventurous and active, the array of Mauritius holiday options is endless; from scuba diving and snorkelling to sailing and deep sea fishing, or water-skiing and parasailing, kite surfing and yoga, quad biking and horse riding – you name it, Mauritius has got it.


    Mauritius was a Dutch colony in the 1600s until it was occupied by the French in the 1700s and then it became a British Colony in the 1800s. Mauritius gained independence from Britain in the late 1960s after almost 200 years, and finally became a Republic in 1992. It is this rich history that gives rise to a number of different cultures and cuisines being prevalent on the island of Mauritius.


    Due to its multicultural diversity, Mauritius boasts a number of spoken languages. With immigrants from Africa, India, France, the UK, and China, there is a vast mixture of cultures, languages, and traditions. Both English and French are generally accepted as the official languages (with French being the most dominant), and Creole being the most commonly used language on the street.


    Mauritius is blessed with a tropical climate and is a fantastic year-round destination. Temperatures range from the low to mid-20s°C in the cooler months (April to October), up to the late 20s°C and early 30s°C during the gorgeous summer months from November to March.


    Mauritius is 2 hours ahead of South Africa


    The monetary unit is the Mauritian Rupee (Rs) which is divided into 100 cents. Major currencies such as US Dollars and Euros, and even South African Rands, are accepted in most hotels and by many vendors. You don’t need to schlepp to get forex before you travel to Mauritius, you can literally convert Rands to Rupees on arrival at the airport or simply draw local currency at an ATM.


    Mauritius has an impressive array of activities available for your island holiday – from exhilarating zip lining to cultural temple visits. Of course, it’s also very important to factor in plenty of time to soak up the sun around your hotel pool. If you are looking for more than the beach in Mauritius, look at what is in store for you:

    • Deep Sea Fishing – Mauritius is a paradise for deep sea fishing - the ocean is 70 metres deep just one kilometre away from the coast. Species include the blue or black marlin, all types of sharks, yellow tuna, bonitos, barracuda and more. Huge fish like the Blue Marlin roam the seas and hunt around Mauritius from November to April. Mauritius holds several world fishing records. Fishing boats can be hired from almost all hotels.
    • Spa and Wellbeing – If you’re looking for some pampering be sure to visit the spa found at most hotels in Mauritius where you can put yourself into the capable hands of experts and allow yourself to be carried away by your senses (you deserve it)!
    • Golf What could be more pleasant than being on holiday in Mauritius whilst having the opportunity to improve your golf skills? There are some really good golf courses in Mauritius, including Heritage Golf Club at Bel Ombre, Ile Aux Cerfs Golf Club, Tamarina, the Links and Legends courses at Belle Mare Plage and Four Seasons Golf Club at Anahita.
    • Shopping - Mauritius’ reputation as a shopping paradise is enhanced by the diversity and quality of shopping opportunities. From sophisticated shopping centres to small craft shops and bustling market stalls, there is something for everyone. Whatever happens, you can’t leave Mauritius without a sega outfit and at least one frangipani hair clip!
    • Scuba Diving and Snorkelling – Mauritius is fantastic for diving all year round. A barrier reef encircles almost the entire island which creates a shallow lagoon reef, making it particularly good diving for beginners. On the other side of the barrier reef, caverns and crevasses as well as a bunch of ship wrecks will delight the more experienced divers out there.
    • Nightlife - Most hotels in Mauritius offer nightly entertainment but for those seeking a little more, there is lots of fun to be had on the island. The nightlife scene of Mauritius entices with beach clubs, happening nightclubs, casinos, bars & pubs with live music, and even laid back lounges.


    • As a guide, the maximum weight for checked luggage is 20kg in economy class and 30kg in business class
    • Your hand-luggage should not weigh more than 6kg and needs to be small and compact
    • Take along your best beach and casual wear, perfect for the day
    • The dress-code for dinner is usually smart casual and gents are required to wear long trousers
    • Sunglasses and suntan lotion are a must
    • Don’t forget any medication that you might need, and be sure to pack it in your hand luggage
    • Chargers for all your devices (it’s a good idea to take along a few movies on a tablet or something similar as the English TV channels in your hotel may be limited)
    • Swimming shoes and goggles
    • Mosquito repellent
    • A hat or cap
    • And for whatever you leave behind, take it as an opportunity for some retail therapy. Mauritius is a living and working island so you will be able to get most things you might need. In fact, you won’t regret a trip to the shops or markets.


    • Pack a change of clothing in your hand luggage in case of baggage delays (and a spare cozzie so at least you can have a swim when you get to your resort)
    • Clothing creases less if rolled in a sausage shape when packed – so roll, don’t fold
    • No sharp objects are permitted in your hand luggage (yes, tweezers are sharp!)
    • Travel insurance is a must. If you can’t afford it, you can’t afford to travel!
    • Travelling with kids – please check that you have all the relevant documents including unabridged Birth Certificates.
    • Put electronics, medication, toothbrushes and jewellery in your carry-on bag
    • It’s often a good idea to let your bank or credit card company know that you’re going overseas
    • Be patient, be flexible, be spontaneous and have the best time ever!


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