Calodyne Holidays 2019/2020

If you're looking to enjoy all-out luxury and unapologetic relaxation, holidays to Mauritius are a no-brainer – but choosing the right area is vital. Calodyne, with its plethora of beautiful beaches, unspoilt scenery and super-laid-back ambience is the perfect way to get acquainted with the Mauritian way of life while leaving the hustle and bustle of real life behind. Found on the quiet northern coast, Calodyne offers an idyllic combination of beach retreat, tropical paradise and conveniently-located cultural hot spot, making it firm favourite with holidaymakers the world over.

Calodyne Holidays 2019/2020

Zilwa Attitude

Calodyne, Mauritius

(4423)

14 Nights

31st May 2020

All Inclusive

London Gatwick - Direct

Based On Superior Double Room with Balcony or Terrace


Price from £2427pp£2610pp

Save £183

Luxuriate in the lagoons

With crystal-clear turquoise lagoons everywhere you look, it makes perfect sense to take advantage of them, with a luxurious catamaran ride that picks you up from the beach. Once out in the waters, you can dive in and enjoy the warm temperatures and relaxing waves, before enjoying a spot of lunch on board your chosen vessel. You might even like to combine a lagoon trip with some diving lessons. Newcomers and experienced divers alike will be blown away by the clarity of the waters on Calodyne holidays, which allow you to get up close and personal with the marine life.


Currency: Mauritian Rupee

Language: English and French

Time Difference: GMT +4

Population: 1.3 million

Religion: Hinduism

Location

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Embrace the lazy beach life

Being the tropical paradise that it is, Mauritius is a go-to destination for anyone looking for a lazy beach holiday where soaking up the rays is all that really matters. With the north coast being that bit more peaceful than the south, Calodyne Mauritius is perfect for anyone looking to really embrace the nomadic beach life for a few days.

The powder-soft sands are perfect for lying on, and there are shingle bays to enjoy too. There are plenty of beaches to choose from and most are open to the public. Pereybere Beach, a short, 15-minute drive away, is one of the most popular spots.

Check out some local crafts

Take a stroll into Calodyne itself and you’ll be overwhelmed by some of the beautiful local crafts being sold. Some of the most incredible work on the island is created, with Italian glass being used to form stunning one-of-a-kind bowls, jewellery and much more. Some of the studios are open to the public for demonstrations, and if you ask really nicely, you might be able to take part and make something yourself! You’ll find the best local crafts on Royal Road.

Try something different

Ever fancied quad biking? Calodyne holidays are the perfect time to make it happen, with a variety of terrains just waiting to be explored on these nifty vehicles. Qualified instructors are on-hand to take you through forest terrain, fields, mangroves and even stretches of sands, while also giving you insights into the history and culture of Mauritius. Just like with diving lessons, you don’t need any experience to have a go and the expert instructors will soon have you feeling confident.

Mauritius: the home of the spa

Apart from sumptuous beaches, Calodyne Mauritius is known for something else very special; it’s home to some incredible spas that will simply make you feel reborn. Massages, saunas and jacuzzis are just the tip of the iceberg in these temples of luxury where your needs come first.

A pampering session after a day of high-octane fun, such as quad biking and diving, is perfect for re-establishing your relaxation quota, and you can choose to go solo, get pampered with a friend or with a partner. Grand Baie is known as the best place to go for the most indulgent of spas.

Fall in love with the food

One of the delights of Calodyne, Mauritius, is the incredible food on offer. A piquant combination of Chinese, Indian and European influences, the cuisine is a melting pot of flavours that work perfectly with fresh seafood and slow-cooked meats. Don’t miss the chance to try the national dish of fish vindaye, a tangy blend of pickled seafood, onion, garlic and turmeric.

Calodyne has captured the essence of relaxed living perfectly. With stunning beaches, unforgettable food, fun activities and luxury all in endless supply, it has proven to be a holiday destination that exceeds the expectations of everyone that visits, making it enormously popular with travellers of all ages.