Mauritius has some of the world’s best golf courses. There are over a dozen golf courses to discover, some designed by the likes of Bernhard Langer and Ernie Els, where perfectly manicured greens lead to views of the ocean and mountains beyond. You can even hop on a boat over to Ile aux Cerfs Golf Course to play on an offshore island – it is often voted one of the top 100 golf courses in the world. Who fancies a round?
Anahita Golf & Spa Resort
This resort has two 18-hole courses with lush fairways leading right down to the Indian Ocean and a final hole that’s among the most spectacular in the world.
Avalon Golf Estate
Designed by Peter Matkovich, this course takes up around 250 acres and has
glorious views of mountain tea estates in the central highlands.
Constance Belle Mare Plage – Legend Golf Course
This 18-hole golf course is in the heart of a forest and set alongside one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius.
Constance Belle Mare Plage – Links Golf Course
This challenging 18-hole golf course was built to USPGA spec and has a practice fairway and golf academy.
Gymkhana Club Golf Course
In the centre of the island, this golf course was designed by the British Royal Navy. It
has a traditional Gymkhana clubhouse and is the oldest course on the island.
Heritage Golf Club
Luscious gardens and tropical birds make this award-winning 27-hole complex a
spectacular place for a round of golf.
Ile Aux Cerfs Golf Club
Designed by golf legend Bernhard Langer, this 19-hole course sits on its own private
island accessible only by boat.
Mont Choisy Le Golf
An 18-hole championship course with unique volcanic terrain and amazing views of
the mountains beyond.
Paradis Golf Club
Utterly breathtaking views of the majestic Morne Mountains make this one of the
island’s most beautiful golf courses.
Tamarina Golf Club
This 18-hole, Par 72 championship course set on the western savannah coast of Mauritius, offers sweeping views of the stunning mountain range and Rempart River.
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