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Discover coffee art at Veranda Resorts
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Discover coffee art at Veranda Resorts!

posted by VR 18th October 2018 0 comments

Mauritius is famous for its dité vanille*. But did you know that the island is also home to an excellent range of coffee blends? To help you discover this slice of Mauritian culture, Veranda Resorts has teamed up with Mauritian roasting experts Les Brûleries de la Fournaise and their Dodo Café brand to offer guests classes in coffee art (that is, the art of creating images on coffee) and an exceptional house coffee blend. Continue Reading

Presenting Veranda Resorts local music playlist
Culture

Presenting Veranda Resorts’ 100 % Moris* Playlist!

posted by VR 23rd July 2018 0 comments

Mauritius is known for its immaculate white sand beaches and its azure lagoons… but did you know that this little treasure in the middle of the Indian Ocean is home to a cornucopia of über talented artists? Their unique charm and creativity have pushed some of their voices far beyond local soundwaves. To spare you hours of Wikipedia searches, here’s the Top 7 of the island’s very best talent, recommended by our Sports and Leisure teams. Plug your earphones in, unwind on a sun lounger and live Mauritius… the Mauritian way! Continue Reading

Veranda Resorts goes deep into sustainability
Culture

Veranda Resorts’ goes Deep Into Sustainability

posted by VR 6th June 2018 0 comments

Veranda Resorts is committed to keeping our planet as healthy and as happy as possible: it’s why we’re Deep Into Sustainability. We’re constantly on the lookout for ways in which to protect the environment and engage with the local community that live around our hotels. Two projects are particularly close to our hearts: Bis Lamer and Lakaz Liv. Continue Reading

Porlwi by Nature : Respire. Resanti. Rekonekte
Culture

Porlwi by Nature : Respire. Resanti. Rekonekte.

posted by VR 22nd December 2017 0 comments

The third edition of the annual Porlwi festival of contemporary culture has begun. During five days and nights, our historical capital city was instilled with a big dose of Arts, Culture and Nature (this year’s theme!) Each year, Porlwi picks a theme that encapsulates a key element of the city’s urban regeneration. Mauritian citizens and travellers from afar come to Port Louis to discover the innumerable artistic creations, the multicolored street art, performances, sizzling street food, music and art. It is also just a chance to gather with friends and family in a city, which, on a regular day, is quiet come 5:00 p.m. Continue Reading