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Shandrani Beachcomber Resort & Spa is set in the south-west region of the island on a peninsula fringed by a lagoon on one side and the ocean on the other. Surrounded by three different beaches, including one with a picture-postcard setting called 'The Wild Beach', the resort will reopen in November 2020 as a 4-star superior property.

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Over the years Mauritius has been voted as “Best Indian Ocean Diving Destination” and it’s easy to see why. With ideal temperatures all year round, waters harbouring treasures for everlasting memories, lagoons stretching out to the coral reefs, passes, outer reefs, drop-offs or shipwrecks, Mauritius has multiple diving opportunities for both beginners and experienced divers. Internationally recognised courses like CMAS and PADI certifications are offered by our diving centres.

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The Government of Mauritius has gained the upper hand in the fight against COVID-19, whose first cases were reported on 20 March 2020. The phased easing of lockdown has been going smoothly since 15 May. This is great news across all sectors of the economy, including hospitality, with Mauritius looking forward to reclaiming its place among the world’s top tourist destinations.

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The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the leading authority representing travel and tourism in the world, has acknowledged the efforts undertaken by the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA), which has implemented a series of compulsory health measures to activate the recovery of the island’s tourist activities, an important economic sector for the country.

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Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels is gearing up for the post-COVID-19 recovery phase and reopening of its resorts with a SAFE PLACE label which the Group has developed for its eight hotels in Mauritius. The initiative stems from a partnership with LIBA, an ISO 17025 accredited international bioanalytical laboratory that already carries out regular unannounced food safety and room hygiene audits, accompanied with sampling and testing, across all hotels of the Group. These audits from now on will include certain additional control measures.

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Due to restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 health crisis, Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels regrets to announce the cancellation of the Beachcomber Trail 2020. Initially scheduled for 24-26 July at Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa, the event has been postponed to a later date, to be announced soon. 

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After taking care of guests who remained in Mauritius after the border closure and assisting these guests to return to their home countries on repatriation flights, Beachcomber has been working closely with the Government to address the priorities and provide the best possible support. The Group has agreed to let the Government use some of its hotels as quarantine centres. Additionally, its in-flight food preparation subsidiary, Beachcomber Catering, also supplies daily meals to the island’s quarantine locales and its healthcare personnel while applying stringent health and safety measures to protect its team members.

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MTB 2020 Postponed
Thursday, April 16, 2020

Due to the severe impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic, Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels regrets to announce the postponement of the Mauritius Tour Beachcomber (MTB) 2020.

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Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels strives all year round to bring wonderful holiday memories to guests of all ages. The Group’s resorts enjoy outstanding locations across Mauritius, from north to south. Diving schools situated within their premises, an offer that is well-suited for enthusiasts and beginners alike and close proximity to the island’s best diving spots allow guests to experience the beauties of the underwater world around the Indian Ocean’s seabed.

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A pioneer in the hotel industry and a forerunner in terms of sustainable development in Mauritius, Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels has reached another milestone in its environmental commitment. The Group has set the target of achieving zero plastic waste by eliminating all single-use plastic items from its hotels by July 2021.

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