Kaz’alala is another card in the hand of the Bel Ombre domain, in the south of Mauritius; another milestone along the road leading to the discovery and experience of Mauritius.
It consists of 4 renovated houses from the sugar estate’s workers quarters, next to the Château, the plantation house. The furniture and decoration successfully blend contemporary loft-type style installations with the authentic rattan furniture of “those times” when there was no real choice and alternatives.
In addition, there is a swimming pool and a table d’hôte serving typical Mauritian food of coastal regions. To make this concept even more unique, there is a resident manager bringing the human touch and professional service.
Stays are generally per room (minimum 2 nights), although it is possible to rent a whole house. Bed & breakfast is included but other meal plans are available.
Spending nights at Kaz’alala opens an avenue of activities within the region and the Domaine de Bel Ombre. Trek the Unesco biosphere protected zone or the Frederica reserve which is also open to quads and buggies. Enjoy privileged access to the C-Beach club, the group’s beach bar.
Golfers will be delighted to enjoy preferential green fees to enjoy both the 9-hole and the 18-hole golf courses of the Heritage golf club.
The total accommodation capacity is of 45, into 18 double and triple air-conditioned bedrooms; all with en-suite bathrooms, some connecting to accommodate families. Each house counts common areas, typically a veranda, a sitting area and a fully-equipped kitchen with dining table.
Kaz’alala nightly rates are on a Bed & Breakfast” basis while each Kaz’alala unit has a shared fully-equipped kitchen and dining area allowing self-catering for the meals outside breakfast.
Dinner and (light) lunch are available “à la carte” at the restaurant or can be as supplements, served in the accommodation units.
For similar reasons which had us selecting the Château de Bel Ombre and Heritage Villas.
Not only is the Domaine de Bel Ombre a fun-packed area with several possible activities; it is a nature-rich protected area. The renovation of remnants of the sugar plantation contributes to the cultural heritage and Kaz’alala goes deeper into the reality of the history of all those workers of the past who shaped our future.
The group is genuinely engaged in biodiversity conservation, CO2 emissions reduction and in supporting local communities. Moreover, Kaz’alala can collect from guests a 1-dollar direct contribution to an NGO operating nearby.
- Cancellation received over 5 days prior to arrival: 10 % of total amount,
- Cancellation received between the 5th and 1 day prior to arrival :100%,
- No Shows: 100%