This beautiful island in Africa probably does not get a much rap as she deserves and you’ll see why when you visit The Mauritius. Mauritius offers you the luxury of the most amazing views of beautiful beaches and her fascinating blue waters. Surrounded by the beautiful Indian Ocean, one thing is certain- you can never run out of amazing places and sights to behold.
Taking pride in the stability and unity of the various races in her population, Mauritius has all her ancestral values preserved. Your stay in Mauritius will leave you feeling like royalty all through the time you spend there. Whether you just want to lie on the beach all day long, or participate in water sports or even explore the delicious Mauritian cuisine, your memories of this island would not leave you in a hurry.
Lounge on the beautiful sandy beaches of Flic enFlac, Le Morne, Trou aux Biches, and Pereybere. If wild life is your thing, you’d be sure to find the pink pigeon and the Mauritian kestrel and other birds, Giant tortoises, dolphins, whales, even sharks on the island. If watersports are your thing, then there is a plethora of activities from snorkeling to diving to kitesurfing, and boat excursions for you to partake in.
Famous for its diverse plant species, the Pamplemousses Garden is one sight you’d love to behold. The oldest garden in the southern hemisphere, you’d find stunning giant water lilies with leaves as wide as 2 metres in diameter.
A trip to the Chamarel plain of the Rivière Noire District would give you the experience of seeing the mesmerizing the Seven Coloured Earth of Chamarel, a spectacular geological formation of soil, that features a mixture of red, violet, green, blue, purple earth all blended together.Explore the mesmerizing flora and fauna of theBlack River Gorges National Park and the La Vanille Crocodile Park
A visit to the Ganga Talao lake might be just what you need to get more attune with your spiritual side. This crater lake is a home to different species of fish and huge eels and is considered a sacred lake by the Hindu followers. And right at the top of the hill at the lake is a Hanuman temple.