The heritage at Maradiva Villas has a rich heritage of European, Africa and Asian cultures. These cultures reflect in the cuisine of the Indian or Chinese dishes or in the Mauritian traditional recipes. The Sega, which originates from Africa, is the typical Mauritian dance and music. Mauritius has become an ideal location to wed and for honeymoons as well. At Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa, honeymooners are spoilt with champagne breakfast, luxurious spa, beauty treatments and a romantic candlelight dinner. The holistic spa at the resort offers guests spiritual serenity, mental balance and physical well being. The spa is inspired by traditional Indian treatments, ancient healing therapies and modern science. There is a wet area at the resort which includes a sauna, hamman, chill pool and Jacuzzi. Yoga classes are offered to guests as well as private consultations by therapists at guest’s villas.
Guests may visit many of the attractions in the area which includes visiting dolphins at Tamarin Bay, play golf at the 18-hole championship Tamarina Golf Course and tasting local rum at the rustic Chamarel Distillery. For long visits guests may take a trip to the animal and bird sanctuary at Casela-Yemen National park, spend the day at le Morne; famous for kite and wind surfing, nature walks at Black River Gorges, enjoy a romantic day trip at the tropical island L'île aux Bénitiers and visit the Flic en Flac village filled with a variety of boutiques for local arts and crafts, beach and fashion wear and souvenirs. Popular watersports to enjoy include diving, snorkelling, golf and kayaking.