If you’re considering a wedding abroad in Mauritius, we’ve got a list of the top five most luxurious places to get married!
With the backdrop of Le Morne Mountain and the crystal blue Indian Ocean out front you can easily see why Lux Le Morne would be the perfect choice for your wedding. There is a sense of total peace which locals say comes from the mountains behind you.
Every element of your stay is looked after and there is plenty to do; the hotel has three different restaurants, a spa that is open 11 hours a day, plus tennis courts and a scuba centre. So whether you want to unwind after your big day or go off on an adventure it can all be organised for you.
Weddings at Lux Le Morne are definitely boutique; they are handled by one coordinator who can go through all the paperwork with you and arrange transport to all the government offices you are required to visit so everything is effortless!
If you’re looking for a destination wedding setting that is a little different, then consider Casela Park. At Casela Park you can meet the lions as you tell the love of your life you want to spend forever with them.
As well as magnificent lions, you can also take in the spectacular gardens and ocean views – the perfect way to include nature in your wedding!
If you want a fairytale wedding, then you need to check out Chateau Labourdonnais. This beautiful chateau in Mauritius was restored just over three years ago, and the neo-classical architecture will take your breath away.
The tropical orchards of mango, papaya and plum trees would make a beautiful backdrop for your wedding pictures.
No destination wedding is complete without a grand entrance, and Chateau Labourdonnais boasts a grand driveway that winds through the gardens, leading up to a magical fountain with the chateau behind it.
The National Botanical Garden of Mauritius is just north of the capital city. The beautiful gardens boast over 400 varieties of trees, one of which is the Ylang Ylang tree, made famous by Chanel Number 5.
You can choose whether to marry next to the lily pond or near the chateau within the botanical gardens – each destination is totally beautiful in its own right!
If you’re looking for a more authentic Mauritius wedding, then take a closer look at Rhumerie de Chamarel, in the south west of the country.
Surrounded by pineapple trees and sugar canes, the land is steeped in history. It was once owned by Chazal de Chamarel, who came from the Loire Valley in France.
There is an onsite restaurant which would host your wedding reception, and serves traditional Mauritian food all sourced on the estate, including delights such as wild pig.
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