As summer temperatures start to soar in the Middle East, it’s the perfect time to escape the heat and head to the breezy island paradise of Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita, where the tropical maritime climate features average temperatures of 17-18°C (63-64°F) from June to August.

This island hideaway offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life, inviting guests to relax and rejuvenate in the lap of nature, while enjoying pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters and lush green landscapes.

The all-villa accommodations each include a private pool and garden with outdoor shower, and views of the gardens, beach or ocean. For longer residential stays, expansive Private Retreats include a full kitchen, private pool and two to five bedrooms – culminating in the ultimate address, the Five-Bedroom Royal Island Sanctuary. The Resort offers tremendous privacy and it’s near impossible not to unwind, making it an ideal home-away-from-home for couples, small families and larger multi-generational families.


With seven multicultural dining options, there’s an abundance of choice for everyone – from toes-in-the-sand local seafood at Lazy Fish, to Indian specialities at Chatkar and contemporary Italian cuisine at Aquapazza. A must-try is the weekly creole dining experience at Bambou, a sensory experience where Sega dancing, the national dance of Mauritius, provides the perfect accompaniment to the feast. Guests can also choose a private barbeque dinner to be prepared in the privacy of their villa’s private garden.


For recreation, guests can play golf or choose from a wide range of island adventures, including water sports, waterskiing, deep-sea fishing, and diving and snorkelling to nearby reefs. Or they can simply unwind on one of the Resort’s four beaches. From helicopter tours to castaway beach days and kayaking on the calm lagoon waters, guests will make memories to treasure for a lifetime.

Those seeking relaxation can unwind at the award-winning overwater spa, set on wooden pillars above the Indian Ocean lagoon. Private overwater treatment suites offer an array of blissful signature treatments and relaxing rituals, where the wisdom of diverse Mauritian cultures is blended with a modern approach for an experience of holistic wellbeing.

Children of all ages can enjoy the vibrant Kids Club, designed to provide a wide array of opportunities to explore, learn and have fun, when parents need time to work or relax.


With direct flights available from across the Middle East – including Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Riyadh, Jeddah and Doha – escaping to Mauritius for summer has never been easier. Making a getaway even more tempting, guests can take advantage of the Island Discovery offer, available until December 20, 2023, providing 20% off the room rate for stays of three or more nights at this easy-going island oasis.

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