The Five Most Instagrammable Spots at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius



Situated in the Anahita World Class Sanctuary on the east coast of Mauritius, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius boasts a picturesque backdrop against the jagged Bambou Mountain, while its coastline is edged by the turquoise waters of one of the island’s largest lagoons. The 64-acre (26 hectare) Resort is bursting with exotic gardens and local materials are used throughout to capture a true sense of the destination in a contemporary design. Immersed in such natural beauty, there’s no shortage to Instagram-worthy locations. Here are some of our favourites:  

Our Leaning Palm Tree on Quiet Beach

Edging our wedding peninsula and adjacent to the white sands of Quiet Beach, this leaning palm tree calls out to be photographed, especially with it being perfectly positioned in front of the Bambou Mountain – a magical place for sunset.

The Infinity Pools at Bambou Beach

Under a lush archway of towering palm trees, the two-tiered infinity pools at Bambou look out to the Indian Ocean lagoon, creating all the more opportunities to catch tropical reflections off the water in your Instagram moment.


Rich, warm décor sets the tone for an evening at Acquapazza, where tables line the lagoon-front in this al fresco dining setting. Whether captivated by the ambience alone or seeking to show off the open-air pizza oven for a true sense of Italy, you’ll be sure to savour memories of a delicious evening.

La Plaz Beach Grill

Just a short boat ride away from the Resort, enjoy days of castaway relaxation on our picturesque beach on Ile aux Cerfs. Leisurely sips on local beers, fresh juices and craft cocktails are best captured on our swinging bar stools to a background of open ocean views.

Hole No. 4 of the Ernie Els Design Golf Course

Capture your swing on camera at our picturesque fourth hole at Anahita Golf Club, where the green is just metres from the Indian Ocean. Designed by golfing legend Ernie Els, players of all levels can enjoy this 18-hole, par 72 championship course, which offers stunning views of the lagoon and surrounding Mauritian landscape.

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