Four Seasons Mauritius Golfing Holiday with Free Golf Fees
- Flights from the UK
- Private return airport transfers
- Staying for 10 nights in a Garden Pool Villa
- Half Board Basis
- Complimentary daily golf – Including green fees, golf cart with GPS and a pyramid of golf balls.
Cocooned by a private sanctuary, Four Seasons Mauritius embraces boundless views of blue waters and green blanketed mountains. The hotel offers 123 spacious villas and residence villas designed to inspire connection with the natural surroundings. Large windows and doors allow seamless indoor-outdoor living.
New for 2019: Exclusive New Beach Experience!
In addition to the resorts two secluded beaches within it’s ground, Four Seasons at Anahita are now offering exclusive access for resort guests to a picturesque cove on Ile aux Cerfs.
A short transfer by speed boat will offer views across the east coast lagoon before guests arrive on the undisturbed coast of Ile aux Cerfs to sun loungers, a new beach grill restaurant and assistance from a dedicated team of waiters.
Fresh seafood will be brought daily to the Grill by local fisherman alongside meaty favourites, refreshing salads and appetising sharing platters and snacks. All dishes can be accompanied by local beers, fresh juices and cocktails
Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita
Cocooned within a stunningly scenic private sanctuary Four Seasons Mauritius embraces boundless views of blue waters and green-blanketed mountains - a perfect location for your Mauritius golf travel. A Mauritius golf holiday at Four Seasons Mauritius provides superb accommodation with large windows and doors allow seamless indoor-outdoor living designed to inspire connection with the beautiful natural surroundings. Designed by Ernie Els, Four Seasons Golf Club is a 7,440-yard, 18-hole, par-72 championship course with large fairways and five sets of tees. Six stunning ocean-front holes culminate in a final shot that is among the most spectacular in the world - the perfect location for the Mauritius golf holiday of a lifetime. Stuart rates this as the best golf course on the island.
Complimentary unlimited golf – including green fees, golf cart with GPS and a pyramid of golf balls.
Designed by Ernie Els, Four Seasons Golf Club is a 7,440-yard, 18-hole, par-72 championship course with large fairways and five sets of tees. Six stunning oceanfront holes culminate in a final shot that is among the most spectacular in the world.
Please note that the use of golf carts will be compulsory for all bookings made after the 3rd of December 2018. This is applicable during the months of October, November, December, January, February, March and April to ease the flow of players on the course. The use of trolleys and walking will only be allowed on instances when the use of golf carts is not practical due to excessive rain.
The newest championship golf course on Mauritius, and one that could quite quickly become the best on the island, is the Ernie Els designed Anahita golf course, part of the Anahita Resort on the island’s east coast. par 72 layout can play to 6,828 metres (7,467 yards) from the back tees, or to a variety of shorter distances from different sets of tees right down to 5,588 metres (6,111 yards) from the gold tees, or 4,971 metres (5,436 yards) from the ladies’ tees. With wide fairways and friendly rough the course will not be too hard for average golfers, depending on which tees they choose to use, but the further back you go the more challenging Anahita becomes for even the very best of golfers. Els himself, currently ranked third in the world, teeing it up from the back at the short eighth, a par three that plays down towards the Indian Ocean usually into the teeth of a stiff breeze, could not reach the green here, 233 metres away, even with a full blooded driver.
Deep bunkering, on the fairways and around the greens (in some of the greenside bunkers you can barely see the top of the flag let alone the bottom), makes for a major hazard whilst large, natural ponds come into play on three others. The Indian Ocean also comes into play occasionally with six oceanside holes, most notably at the par three fifth where, from the back tee, you face a tough 200 metre carry to the green across the sea.