In tonight’s episode, some of the Made in Chelsea clique jet off to the island of Mauritius. It’s a hard life.
Some of the things they get up to are affordable even if you don’t move in Chelsea’s exclusive circles. Others are a bit pricier. (Not that they paid of course; that’s the joy of being a TV star, darrrling.)
Here’s how to do Mauritius the Made in Chelsea way…
They stayed at the five-star (naturally) Paradis Beachcomber resort, which boasts a 3km beach with a turquoise lagoon, eight restaurants, an 18-hole golf course and a spa.
Instead of staying in the hotel, they opted for the privacy of one of its beachfront villas (pictured above), which sleeps 6-8 people and starts from £1,224 per night.
As well as all the romantic angst and flirting, the Made in Chelsea found time to explore the crystal waters that Mauritius is famed for. They took to the sea along the south of the island on a catamaran, which costs £1,124 for 12 people maximum for a full-day cruise around Black River and outside the reef towards Tamarin Bay.
They also rode horses along the beach at the foot of Le Morne Brabant, the island’s famous mountain. That costs a lot less: £30 per person.
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