Mourouk, a coastal village in the South eastern part of the island, is home to a creole style hotel complex that comes straight out of your dreams. Flanked by deserted sandy beaches, the Mourouk Ebony hotel sits against a hilly landscape. It overlooks a huge turquoise lagoon that sharply contrasts the deeper blue winding channel which shelters a multitude of uninhabited islands.
Visitors are struck by Rodrigues' lively contrast produced by the wild savannah rushing to meet the immense lagoon that protects the bay from the Indian Ocean. The outback and the ocean combined, give a promise of relaxation and self-discovery.
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