Sunlife tees up a Mauritius golf deal

Sunlife tees up a Mauritius golf deal

Mauritian hotel group Sunlife has a dedicated golf package for clients at two of its four Mauritius properties.

Available for guests staying at Long Beach and Sugar Beach for a minimum of seven nights, the deal is golf package-only add on is priced from €399 Euros.

With several championship courses, and each offering a different type of scenic aspect – whether framed by volcanic mountains or the ocean – Mauritius is a top choice for golfers.

Sunlife’s Come Alive Golf Tour includes five rounds on four courses as well as stays at both five-star resorts, Sugar Beach (three nights) and Long Beach (four nights).

Golfers will play two rounds at Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club (pictured), one round at Anahita Golf Club, one round at Tamarina Golf Club and one round at Avalon Golf Club.

This golf deal includes shared golf carts for each round, practice balls, a set menu lunch and one soft drink per round, as well as a private inter-hotel transfer.

Guests also receive a 25% discount on all spa treatments, for that post-round rejuvenation treatment.

Guests at Sunlife’s four properties – the group’s other two properties on the island are La Pirogue and Ambre – have access to free and unlimited green fees on a selection of island courses.

Probably the highlight of golf on Mauritius is Ile aux Cerfs (pictured), a course that wends around an island and is one of the most ecological golf courses anywhere, having recently received the prestigious GEO Certified® certification.

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