Tamassa Hotel

Address: Coastal Road 230, Bel Ombre, Mauritius | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Coastal Road 230, Bel Ombre.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Bel Ombre

      A colourful & culinary experience

      A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Nov 18, 2014

      26 photos

      ... of oil which was used for cooking and putting onto your skin. (Sounds like an early sunscreen!)The French took the island in 1715 naming it Maurice & in 1721 it was renamed Isle de France !Then came the first war between the French & British which the French won but 3 months later the British returned and won.The British allowed the French to stay but on condition they must have English as the native language and follow English ways, so maybe ...

      Tamassa Resort Mauritius

      A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Jul 07, 2014

      9 photos

      ... But, there are 3 pools , which I didn't use, as the weather was cool enough for me. On another day some of us went to Tamarine and Mark, Wally and Debbie all went snorkelling with wild dolphins, which they said was amazing. Unfortunately the conditions weren't good for surfing, so Mark, Wally, and JJ didn't get a surf. It was very windy most of the time, with big surf. So,the racers were happy for the challenge of paddling their skis in these conditions. Gary and Trevor both ...

      Last day in Mauritius

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 06, 2014

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... Saloni brought out some snacks and Jocelyn and I had a beer. Then we drove down to the ocean at southern tip of the island, to a town called Souillac where, they kindly invited me to a meal. They knew I like Indian food so they pricked a restaurant where that was available along with Chinese and Mauritian food too. The meal and the conversation was very enjoyable.

      On the way back to their house we stopped at a bridge over the Rivère des Anguilles (Eel ...

      A very long day (and night)

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Mar 31, 2013

      7 comments, 6 photos

      ... have for quite a while outside feast days.

      Before leaving Mr. Mundeli and I discussed members’ assistance needs and I allotted what I had so he could distribute it. A major storm had ripped corrugated panels off several roofs, one woman’s husband had abandoned the family, they needed roof panels and food, some needed help to keep their children in school. I was thankful to have funds available to help, all of it contributed by members for just ...

      Cape of good Hope, Cyclones, Mauritious

      A travel blog entry by emmamcisaac on Mar 11, 2012

      1 photo

      ... The total of my purchases came to about 12 US dollars. Haha gotta love the Mauritian Rupee.

      So we got to this beautiful beach, cracked open some Smirnoff ices, and met up with every other student from the ship pretty much. The weather was beautiful and all was fun until the one girl I was with finished up her 26r of rum before 930am, and was pretty much the drunkest person I’ve ever seen in my life. So at around 10am we decided we needed to get Sonia back to ...