Andrea Lodge is situated in the extreme south of Mauritius close to Souillac; in a pure nature setting above the Anguilles River Gorge on black basalt cliffs beach and overlooking the Indian Ocean, where a gentle breeze blows most of the time and whales and dolphins might be spotted on their migrating voyages across the deep blue sea.
Nearby attractions and point of interest are Le Saint Aubin, La Vanille Crocodile Park, Gris Gris and its crying rock, Le Batelage old sugar port, Rochester Falls. Sir Robert Edward Hart Museum.
Within 30 minutes of driving you are in the mountain village Chamarel, known for the 7 coloured earth and the highest waterfall on the island. Chamarel has quite a number of tourist restaurants. For real local creole food the visitor should visit Le Barbizons Table d’hote. Marie Ange, the woman of the house prepares fresh food obtained from the island and her garden.
Further down the coastline, Southwest, the UNESCO World heritage site “Le Morne Mountain” is a recommended visit.
Further up the west coast the well known tourism village “Flic en Flac” can be part of an outing for a day on a beautiful beach or night activities.
In the opposite direction East, past the airport, the old capital “Mahebourg” should be a visit.