Andrea Lodge


  • Nature sanctuary in southern Mauritius
  • Comfy bungalows
  • Go for hikes and swim beneath waterfalls
  • Relax by the pool
  • Sample Mauritian food in the restaurant

Open:  Andrea Lodge is open all year.

Location:  Andrea Lodge is in the south of Mauritius, near the town of Souillac. It is at the top of the cliffs and from the lodge there are views of the Anguilles River Gorge and the Indian Ocean. The lodge is an area of lush vegetation and sugar cane fields.

Rooms:  There are 10 wooden cabins with large picture windows. Each has a bedroom, sitting area, en-suite shower room and a veranda. Some of the cabins are air conditioned. The others have fans. They have tea and coffee making facilities.

Activities:  Andrea Lodge is a good base for exploring inland Mauritius. Activities include hiking, guided walks in Combo Forest, mountain biking, jeep safaris in the mountains and swimming beneath a waterfall. Lodge staff can arrange boat cruises and beach visits.

Facilities:   This is a good place to sample Mauritian cuisine. The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner. The chef is happy to chat about dinner dishes at breakfast and can prepare personalised meals. Lunch can be provided on request. If you’re going to be out all day you can arrange a picnic hamper, which needs to be ordered the previous evening.  There is a swimming pool with views of the ocean. Massage and other spa treatments can be arranged on request.

Dining:   Meals are eaten at individual tables.

Children:  Children of all ages are welcome. Rooms can accommodate 2 adults and 1 child. Cots are available.

Health:  This is a non-malarial area.

Communication:  There is no internet access.

Notes:   There is a minimum stay requirement of 3 nights.

Talk to Alex - Travel Consultant

Call:  01473 890499

Start planning your tailor-made holiday now. Tell us what you want, and we will tailor make your perfect trip.


Client Rating for Mauritius 5/5 from 14 reviews

Views wonderful, staff friendly. Only comment is on waterfall walk disappointing to see plastic bottles left by waterfall, could guides not pick up and make sure visitors take home?

More reviews