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A sanctuary for runaway slaves and is a strong cultural and patrimonial symbol for every Mauritian. Le Morne Brabant is one of the most preserved and wildest mountains in Mauritius. It includes a multitude of endemic species, such as the rare Trochetia Boutonania, and its red flaming flower.
Located on the Rodrigues Island, this tiny and secluded beach is definitely a must visit. Surrounded by clear waters, white sand and rocky coastline, it is a great place for a relaxing picnic or just lounging in the sun.
Explore the landscape at Les 7 Cascades, an area of waterfalls, sheer cliffs, and lush green vegetation. Hike between the 11 falls and cool off, taking a dip in the refreshing pools at their feet.
Ile des Deux Cocos is truly a unique Island where nature and man creation walk hand in hand in a marvellous mixture of colours. Experience real tropical luxury, fringed by clean white sandy beaches and the calm turquoise waters of the Blue Bay marine park.
Leisure Island offers picturesque surroundings in a "stylish and wild" setting for a breath-taking experience of natural beauty. It is home to beach restaurants, an adventure park, a wide array of water sports and an 18-hole golf course as well as untouched tranquil beaches.
The botanical garden stretches over endless acres of land and it may take you more than a week to cover the whole garden. It is populated with more than 650 varieties of plants among which are the famous Baobabs, the ineluctable Giant Water Lilies, dozens of medicinal plants, and many more.
Curious Corner is a house of fun packed illusions with adventures to be enjoyed with friends and families which are set out for your entertainment or even frustration. Constructed by a team of professionals it surprises any visitors, with curious. 40 exhibits are set over the 5,000sq metre area.
Once upon a time the area was known as Santosha Bay and offered wave hunters some of the best surfing on the planet. Tamarin has two world renowned surfing spots: 'Dal' on its left (south) and 'Black Stone' on the right (north) of the bay.
La Vanille Nature Park is an idyllic and stunning park of lush tropical vegetation covering 3.5 hectares. Enjoy the unforgettable experience of walking amongst the largest group of captive-bred giant Aldabra tortoises in the world. There are more than 1000 tortoises in the park!
A beautiful little Catholic church located in Cap Malheureux. Easily recognisable because of its red, sloping roof the Notre Dame Auxiliatrice is one of the most popular churches in the region and is definitely a must visit when in the area. It also offers stunning views of the island and the ocean.
Out of sight down Rivière Noire road, lies 14 hectares of lush green which is now home to a big variety of fauna and flora in Mauritius. Some 1,500 birds, a selection of wildcats, zebras, giant tortoises, long-tailed monkeys, among other species, can be seen on site. The park is a remarkable kaleidoscope of textures and colours.
Mauritius' biggest and best national park is a wild expanse of rolling hills and thick forest covering roughly 2% of the island's surface. It's difficult to overstate the importance of this park - it's the last stand for the island's forests and many of its native species. It's also the most spectacular corner of the island and if you make only one day trip from the coast make it here.
At the heart of a magnificent natural estate, Château de Labourdonnais invites you to discover the nineteenth century Mauritian lifestyle. Beautifully restored, this grand mansion, built in 1859, promises a tour full of surprises through the island's history.
The highest waterfall on Mauritius plunges more than 100 meters down against a scenic backdrop of forests and mountains. The Chamarel falls are definitely the most famous and recognised waterfalls in Mauritius and as such have always been a main attraction for tourists, known as the “best waterfalls in Mauritius”!
Located in a remote mountainous region, the temple lies on the shores of a lake 649 m above sea level. See the colourful statues of deities backed by the calm waters of the lake – including a 33 m statue of Shiva. The extensive grounds offer peaceful walking routes, with good views over the lake and the surrounding settlements.
It is a relatively small area of sand dunes comprising sand of seven distinct colours (approximately red, brown, violet, green, blue, purple and yellow). The main feature of the place is that since these differently coloured sands spontaneously settle in different layers, dunes acquire a surrealistic, striped colouring.
One of Mauritius’s most stunning beaches, the Ile Plate Beach is a great destination for those who love to go swimming and snorkelling. Apart from that, this beach is a great place to relax and let loose.
Ganga Talao is a sacred lake, which is about 600 m above sea level and is situated 2 km to the east of Le Pétrin. It is considered the most sacred Hindu place in Mauritius. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and other Hindu gods. During Shivaratri, many pilgrims in Mauritius walk bare feet from their homes to the lake.
Ile aux Aigrettes is a small (27 ha) island situated in the Mahebourg Bay, about 850 m off the south-east coast of Mauritius. Unlike the mainland which is of volcanic origin, Ile aux Aigrettes is made up of coralline limestone. It is home to the last remnants of dry coastal forest, once found around most of Mauritius.
One of the oldest racecourses in the world, Champ de Mars saw the first race on the 25th June 1812. The Mauritius Turf Club is the second oldest horse-racing club in the world. Champ de Mars attracts tens of thousands of people on each racing day during the racing season from late March to early December and has become the ultimate meeting place for racing fanatics from all over the island.
This 20-hectare nature reserve, which until recently was almost entirely over-run with introduced plants, is an ongoing conservation project, working on re-wilding the lowland savannah of this area; planting shrubs and trees that once grew here and reintroducing key animal species to recreate the lost links between flora and fauna that make up this unique ecosystem.
The aquarium is home to over 200 species of fish, invertebrates, live coral and sponges. In the aquarium you are able to enjoy a unique walk on the ocean floor observing the many types of aquatic animals that Mauritius ocean eco-system has to offer. It is fascinating to watch the crystal clear Mauritius water and observe the rich sea life from the land above.
The major attraction here is the famous (though somewhat grubby) reconstruction of a dodo. Scottish scientists assembled the curious-looking bird in the late 19th century, using the only complete dodo skeleton in existence. The other halls offer a good collection of stuffed endemic bird species, including the solitaire and red rail, both now extinct but nowhere near as famous as the dodo.
One of the most interesting places in Grand Baie, Surya Oudaya Sangam, located at the west end of town, is a temple dedicated to Shiva. This temple is exceptionally ornate, very colourful, and its architecture is non-traditional and very beautiful.
Rochester Falls is a waterfall situated in the Savanne district of Mauritius. Highly popular for its rectangular flank rocks, the fall is one of the most popular tourist attractions and the widest waterfall in Mauritius. The waterfall is located on the Savanne River at an elevation of 152 meters above sea level, and it tumbles from a height of about 10 m.
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