Over the past ten years, Heritage Bel Ombre has constantly sought to reinvent itself to offer visitors the best of Mauritius while protecting the local environment and neighbouring communities. Heritage Resorts is now leading on four new social and environmental sustainability projects.
Heritage Nature Reserve has recently launched a new walk, inviting you to discover the Bel Ombre biosphere – an area of the Black River Gorges National Park where animal and plant species native to Mauritius are protected. Jean-Claude Sevathian, a botanist who has been involved with the Mauritius Wildlife Foundation for nearly twenty years, leads your exploration of this little piece of paradise on Earth.
The wunderkind of French cuisine, who trained with some of the world’s greatest chefs and has since won a Michelin star and 4 toques in the Gault & Millau guide, is back at Heritage Le Château for the second year running. Discover a delicious new summer menu that is all finesse and freshness.
Sustainable development is one of Heritage Resorts‘ biggest concerns. A number of strategies have been put into place to ensure that the estate is developed sustainably and in an eco-friendly way, from its rolling hills to the depths of its sea floor. What unites these projects is a passionate desire to protect the Wild South’s natural heritage for generations to come. Discover the key initiatives being rolled out in each of the estate’s constituent parts: its nature reserve, its hotels and along its coastline.