Bougainville hotel all-inclusive December special
3* Bougainville hotel – 7 night all-inclusive December special
- Return flights from Johannesburg, approximate taxes (R3450 per person; subject to daily fluctuation)
- Return airport to resort transfers
- Seven nights accommodation at the 3* Bougainville hotel
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the restaurant
- A selection of local beverages including water, beer, tea, coffee, soft drinks, table wine, locally manufactured alcohols and spirits from 11h00 to 23h00 at the bar
- All meals/beverages not mentioned
- Travel and medical insurance
- Visas where required
- All items of a personal nature
- Prices are from a starting price per person sharing, subject to change, airfare increase, currency fluctuations and availability.
- Taxes are estimated and based on the current exchange rate, and are subject to change.
- Please note that airport taxes, fuel levies & surcharges are approximate and subject to change, the exact amount will be confirmed at time of booking.
- Operator standard Terms and Conditions apply.
- Indicative prices are per person sharing ex JNB and are subject to currency fluctuation, availability and adjustment based on exact departure date.
- Prices correct as of 07 August 2013.
Bougainville is a 3* hotel of relaxed atmosphere, situated in Trou d’Eau Douce, along the east coast of Mauritius. And ideal place for a relaxing holiday as a couple, a family or a group of friends…Built along a very wide beach of fine white sand and a lagoon with hues of blues and greens, the hotel is appreciated for its genuineness, the attentive care and the kindness of its staff. The 51 rooms, smartened up and redecorated in 2012, are nested in warm ochre bungalows in total harmony with the trees and flowers of the garden around. 16 rooms have been designed for families and have a separate room attached. With an All Inclusive package, you can unrestrainedly make the most of the hotel and all it has to offer. Nautical activities lovers are spoilt. The turquoise lagoon is in itself an invitation to a swim, an invitation to discover the seabed and its marine life or to kitesurf. Bougainville is also a privileged spot to embark to Ile aux Cerfs. For those who want to discover the surroundings; Trou d’Eau Douce is a very popular fishermen’s village among tourists and Bougainville hotel’s guests. A bus stop in front of the hotel will also allow you to discover Belle Mare and the typical Centre de Flacq market.
- 35 Standard Rooms (garden view)
- 16 Family Rooms (garden view)
- Furnished terrace or balcony
- Telephone and IDD access
- TV (satellite channels)
- Hair dryer
- Bathroom fitted with shower and separate toilets
- 220 volts power supply
- La Licorne restaurant
- Breakfast: buffet from 07h00 to 10h00
- Lunch: buffet or à la carte from 12h30 to 14h30
- Tea time: pancakes and a tea or a coffee around the swimming pool from 15h30 to 17h00 (at extra cost)
- Dinner: special theme buffet or table d’hôte from 19h00 to 21h30
- 1 swimming pool
- 1 swimming pool for children
- Dart boards
- Table tennis
- Board games
- 2 Bars
- Fitness Centre
- Relaxation Room
- Book Corner
- Internet Corner
An introduction to Trou D’eau Douce
The pretty fishing town of Trou d’Eau Douce, Sweet Water Hole in English, is the first major settlement you reach up the east coast of Mauritius. True to its name, it’s a lovely place, exuding old-world charm with every step it takes along this stretch of coast. Almost everything – twee cottages, private villas, hotels, and restaurants – is marshalled along the shore-hugging Royal Road. Ocean views come pretty much guaranteed.The area is popular for its sheltered bay, which plays host to an armada of fishing vessels and speedboats, as well as watersports. The town beach is small, but big on appeal. Plus, it makes a good starting point for exploring the Quatre Cocos district directly north. Most of the beaches in this neighbourhood are set close to the coral reef with shallow, snorkeller-friendly waters. You’ll spot the occasional snack wagon trundling across the sands, but other than that things stay pretty untouched. For all its button-cute looks, Trou d’Eau Douce’s main claim to fame is as the jumping-off point for Île aux Cerfs, a 15-minute catamaran ride away. It’s fully deserving of its ‘mini Eden’ tag, with exquisite, casuarina-shaded beaches, and a shimmering lagoon weighted with marine life. The island is also home to the championship Île aux Cerfs Golf Course, which has views of the ocean from all 18 holes. The town makes a great base for exploring the east coast’s sights. In Trou d’Eau Douce itself, Victoria 1840 is an old sugar cane mill that’s worth a look. It’s been tastefully converted in to a contemporary art museum, and houses works by Yvette Maniglier, the last private pupil of Henri Matisse. Meanwhile, the island’s largest river, Grande Rivière Sud-Est, is a 10-minute drive away. Its tumbling waterfall and tropical vegetation make a great setting for swimming and picnics.
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