The symbol of tropical elegance
An elegant five-star resort, a haven of peace and tranquility – the perfect setting and sanctuary to rejuvinate your mind, body and soul.
Cascading pools dotted with islets bright with flowers, spacious wooden decks, terraces designed with sea views and tropical gardens planted with exotic trees. This all-suite resort blends harmoniously into the lush tropical gardens.
This resort has a lot to offer, from a choice of eight superb restaurants, a magnificent spa, a whole host of free land and water sports to an 18-hole golf course. There’s also the Club at Dinarobin – the only private members club concept on the island.
Why we love Dinarobin Beachcomber Resort & Spa
It’s in a perfect location on the south of the island on the stunning peninsular of Le Morne. The hotel is five-star but it’s very rustic and quiet, perfect for a more relaxed, intimate vibe with the staff and hospitality being exceptional. You have the choice of small pools, dotted around the resort and the most amazing golden sand beach and crystal clear waters perfect for snorkelling. The hotel is located next to its sister property, the Paradis Beachcomber hotel so you can dine between the two resorts.
Our favourite trip though has to be a visit to the Tortoise Nursery at La Vanille Nature Park. Here you can get up close to the The Giant Tortoise – although they originated from the Seychelles, here they have their own population of these rather large, astonishing animals.
This resort stands as an all-suite resort, with a wide range of styles to suit your needs, from a Junior Suite to 2-bedroom family suites and the perfect Senior Zen Suite. Priding itself on cultivating the art of beautiful, the accommodation here creates the perfect stay all effortlessly put together by their own artisans.
Additional facilities include exceptional food creating a culinary journey in one of the four world-class restaurants, one of the most beautiful spa’s in Mauritius, privileged access to the Paradis golf course and it’s facilities, a choice of land and water sports for amateurs and enthusiasts alike, a magical kids club which is fully equipped with exceptional staff; and of course many garden pools with long stretches of pure white sand beach.
Le Morne’s lagoon is known as the world’s third best sport for kitesurfing and its waters offer amateurs and enthusiasts the opportunity to indulge in many water sports.
For those looking to relax and simply enjoy the beauty of one of the most spectacular lagoons on the island, a small boathouse on the edge of the beach offers a choice of kayaks and pedal boats.
- Water skiing
- Hobie cats
- Glass bottom boats
- Pedal boats
- Stand-Up Paddle
- Scuba Diving
- Initiation to scuba diving (at sea and in the pool)
- Diving Centre
A wide variety of land sports is available for guests to make the most of the natural beauty of the Le Morne peninsula. There is something for everyone.
An evening match on one of the floodlit tennis courts, a beautiful nature walk along the pure white beach that stretches out over seven kilometres, or a game of volley ball… these are just some of the activities* on offer for those looking for active holidays.
- Tennis (3 floodlit courts)
- Table tennis
- Tennis volley
- Mountain biking
- Tennis balls
- Private coaching
- 18-hole Par 72 golf course
- Paradis Golf Academy
- A Clubhouse with an elegant bar welcomes golfers between games
- Golf cart (fee applicable) delivered to guests’ suites
- Privileged access to the Mont Choisy Le Golf, Heritage Golf Course, Tamarina Golf Estate and Avalon Golf Estate
What to do
- Casela World of Adventure – African safari in the safari bus, quad biking or Segway, unforgettable encounters with the big cats, toboggans and zip lines above the trees and the ravines. All this, by respecting and protecting endangered species.
- An aquatic dance with the dolphins – Two types of dolphins can be spotted in Mauritius: the most popular one in the world: the bottle-nosed dolphin (or the large dolphin) and the spinner dolphin. The bottle-nosed dolphin travels in small groups and is easily approachable in the middle of the lagoon early in the morning and sometimes in the afternoons when it goes hunting in the open sea. It is advised to be there with the rising sun to get a chance to live this unique experience. The spinner dolphins swim under water in groups of ten.
- The Martello Towers in Black River – They date back to the time of English occupation, more precisely during the period of the abolition of slavery. The one that overhangs the beach at La Preneuse in Black River is a museum and a mandatory stop for those wishing to better understand the history of Mauritius.
- Les Salines at Tamarin – Their stone basins have belonged to the Mauritian backdrop for several generations. They have a historic character and are always a main touristic attraction on the West Coast.