- MUR 1500 per person excluding transfers. Transfers are with a supplement
and need to be booked 24 hours prior with our SALT host at the hotel.
‘For me, it is the only way I can be sure of the quality of our products. A machine will never be able to feel its way around the wood the way I can.’
Working from their family workshop in the small village of Brisee Verdiere, father and son Mawlabaccus and Said Moosbally have been creating handmade rattan products for more than 40 years. Artisans in their own right, they are still using tried and tested methods in an increasingly automated world, making the rattan ware you will see throughout SALT of Palmar. ‘People are always surprised we still make everything by hand,’ Mawlabaccus explains when asked why they still use traditional methods.
Every Thursday at the Rattan workshop in Brisee Verdiere
From 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
‘All our products are handmade and most of our raw materials are botanical’
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