Explore Pristine Beaches and Azure Waters in Mauritius
Experience the Legacy of Races that Enriched Mauritius' Unique Identity.
One of the best known tropical paradises there is. A perfect mix of natural and human habitation. Without indigenous people that inhabited the island, it is a beautiful blend of races that came and left a mark on its known culture today. All around its aura is a taste of African, Chinese, European and Arabic fusion right in each area of social life.
Black River Georges National Park
Mauritius’ largest protected forest. Preserving endangered bird species in Mauritius, it has waterfalls and is also home to wild animals and a refreshing natural place for humans seeking an up close experience in the green.
Walk, swim and hike around, enjoying the lush green scenery the Tamarind falls area has to offer. Could be challenging, but will definitely be worth your while.
Ile Aux Aigrettes Nature Reserve
A conservation project aimed at restoring the area’s ecosystem to a near likeness of its original order before human influence. A good place to be for nature tourists.
Chamarel’s Seven Coloured Earths
The famed soil palette is a peculiar one-of-a-kind place on the entire earth. An interesting sight to see when in Mauritius.
Cascade Des Galets
Impressive waterfalls, beautifully refreshing and a must-visit while in Mauritius, one of nature’s best.
Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
Nurtured with over 500 plant varieties, this garden continues to flourish, creating a good environment for birds too, a serene place to take a breather.