The hotel overlooks the expansive blues of Tamarin Bay, an area known for its brilliantly hued sunsets.
Nestled on the western shores of Mauritius, on a 750 square-meter splendid pristine beach, Maradiva is a romantic hideaway that sits on twenty-seven acres. Overlooking the expansive blues of filao-fringed Tamarin Bay, an area known for its brilliantly hued sunsets, the resort consists of 65 luxurious and spacious thatched-roof villas (163-345 square meters), each with its own private patio, infinity plunge pool and butler service. Most guests, couples or families, who come for the serene ambience, hole up in these plush abodes, though active types can partake in a variety of activities, like kayaking, windsurfing and water skiing. The natural setting figures prominently at the two excellent restaurants, which draw on an organic garden for herbs and spices, and showcase seafood delivered daily by local fishermen.