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Progress of the Anbalaba construction site: the first infrastructures are emerging!

06 Jul 2021


Despite some unforeseen events linked to the covid crisis and the lockdown of Mauritius, the Anbalaba construction site continues to move forward!

We invite you to take a sneak preview of the construction of Anbalaba’s new infrastructure. This project, carried out by Sotravic, will end in February 2022. In the meantime, we would like to show you the first steps!

travaux sotravic

For this large-scale work, Anbalaba has placed its trust in the Mauritian company Sotravic. This market-leading company manages projects in infrastructure development, renewable energy production and environmental management. 

The construction site in figures

  • 1,5km

    of roads under construction

  • 15 trucks

    needed to complete the work

  • 100 people

    working on the site

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The promise of an exceptional view of the lagoon

vue lagon maurice

The Anbalaba construction site requires the implementation of various earthworks to create an unobstructed view over the ocean and the lagoon for all of the villas. However, Anbalaba wishes to protect the raw landscape of Baie du Cap. The earthworks are therefore carried out according to the strict rules of geotechnical reports.


The promise of the exceptional view of the Anbalaba villas is made in total respect of the environment.

Discover in video the progress of the infrastructures on Anbalaba’s construction site:


Environmentally friendly infrastructures

jardins anbalaba

Responsible rainwater management is essential for any new project, especially in Mauritius where the rainy season lasts from December to April.

All the drains have therefore been designed and worked on to ensure that rainwater management respects the environment and the well-being of the local population. A rainwater retention basin has also been created for this purpose.

Anbalaba has favoured the installation of vegetated embankments rather than retaining walls. This choice will leave more room for green spaces: the embankments represent a surface of more than 3,000m2 of additional green space. They will be covered with plants from our nursery and endemic plants.

Discover Anbalaba's vegetation philosophy
jardins anbalaba

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