Les Lodges D'Andrea & L'Exil

Address: Union Sugar Estate, Riviere des Anguilles, Mauritius | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Union Sugar Estate, Riviere des Anguilles.
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool


        • Free parking


        • Shuttle bus service
        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Les Lodges D'Andrea & L'Exil Riviere des Anguilles

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Riviere des Anguilles

        Water in variations

        A travel blog entry by riege on Mar 30, 2015

        12 photos

        ... statue. 4. Rochester Waterfall Getting there is really an adventure! It is hardly signposted and only thanks to our navigation system did we find it. The narrow dirt road with too many potholes and mud led inbetween sugarcane fields to a rocky and full carpark. After climbing or slipping down the hill we arrived at the bottom of these falls which are known for the organpipe looking rock formation. It is eay to imagine how our car looked like after this side ...

        The Adventure Begins...

        A travel blog entry by soniasjourneys on Jan 03, 2015


        ... about eating in the Discovery Restaurant is we get seated on a first come first seated basis. As a result, we have enjoyed meeting several people who are not part of the Road Scholar group. Most of them have been from England.
        After a leisurely afternoon, we joined our group for an orientation and then went to dinner. Because Road Scholar is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, a beautiful cake was brought to the tables for all to share.

        Southern Mauritius

        A travel blog entry by kiyomiran on Jul 03, 2014

        6 photos

        ... Rum Factory (Rhumerie de Chamarel) and we saw how rum was made. I got to try Tea Punch, a rum cocktail.

        After that, we went to eat some lunch. It started to rain. Even in a small island, the climate differs by place. I almost started bursting in laughter when my driver went, "Oh yeah, in the East Coast it rains... In the West Coast..." because I was like "Really?! East Coast and West Coast in such a small ...

        Tales From A Land Down Under

        A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on Oct 26, 2013

        11 comments, 6 photos

        ... however, the zoo was slightly lacking in animals, with their focus being on the crocodiles and native species, there was not one monkey to be seen. No matter however, the koalas made up for that, although they don't do very much other than sleep, scratch themselves and occasionally eat some leaves. What a way to pass the day. What I will say was good was the interaction with the animals, being able to feed the elephants and taking photos next to kangaroos was much better ...

        The white shorts

        A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Jul 30, 2013

        1 comment, 27 photos

        ... was a white short ******* out and he felt the need to put me in check. "Are you here with Evon?", he said with an attitude. I told him I was and he said, "you're lucky, if you weren't you wouldn't be allowed to surf here". Then he paddled away. I wasn't anywhere near this scum bag and he still had to say something. The boat ride back in he actually did apologize a bit for saying something to me. Something about needing to make sure ...