About Mauritius

Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island nation, is known for its beaches, lagoons, and reefs. The mountainous interior includes Black River Gorges National Park, with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking trails, and wildlife like the flying fox. Capital Port Louis has sites such as the Champs de Mars horse track, Eureka plantation house, and 18th-century Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens. The northern village of Grand Baie is known for cosmopolitan beach resorts, snorkeling, and game fishing. Tamarin Bay is a surf spot, while the nearby town of Flic-en-Flac has luxury hotels and coral diving caves. In the southeast are ruins of Dutch fortifications at Vieux Grand Port. Mahébourg has a popular market with stands serving the island’s distinctive food, with Creole, Chinese, Indian and European influences. Île aux Aigrettes Nature Reserve is home to the rare pink pigeon. In the east is Île aux Cerfs, a private island with a championship golf course.
Ile aux Cerfs

Ile aux Cerfs is a privately owned island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq District. The island of Ile aux Cerfs lies off Trou d’Eau Douce in the largest lagoon of Mauritius and offers 87 hectares of luxuriant vegetation and preserved white, sandy beaches. You can enjoy golf at the Ile Aux Cerfs Golf Club, one can also experience three beach restaurants and engage in a wide variety of activities on Ile aux Cerfs. There are several water sports activities are available on the island.
Black River Gorges National Park

Black River Gorges National Park is a national park in the hilly south-western part of Mauritius. The park protects most of the island's remaining rainforest although much of this has been degraded by introduced plants such as Chinese guava and privet and animals such as rusa deer and wild pigs. Many endemic plants and animals still occur in the park including the Mauritian flying fox and all of the island's endemic bird.

Flic-en-Flac is a seaside village on the west coast of Mauritius in the district of Black River. The name most likely comes from an Old Dutch phrase, "Fried Landt Flaak", meaning free, flat land. It is a public white sandy beach and one of the longest on the island. Its lagoon is protected by the surrounding coral reefs. The beach provides scenic views over the Indian Ocean horizon and of Le Morne Brabant Peninsula located in the southwest of Mauritius.
Seven Coloured Earths

The Seven Coloured Earths are a geological formation and prominent tourist attraction found in the Chamarel plain of the Rivière Noire District in south-western Mauritius. The main feature of the place is that since these differently coloured sands spontaneously settle in different layers, dunes acquire a surrealistic, striped colouring. Since the earth was first exposed, rains have carved beautiful patterns into the hillside, creating an effect of earthen meringue.
Ganga Talao

Ganga Talao is a crater lake situated in a secluded mountain area in the district of Savanne, deep in the heart of Mauritius. It is about 550 m above sea level and is considered the most sacred Hindu place in Mauritius. The Shiv Mandir located on the bank of the lake and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. There are temples dedicated to other Gods including Lord Hanuman, Goddess Ganga, and Lord Ganesh along the Grand Bassin.

Trou-aux-Biches is a small town with a public beach on the northern coast of Mauritius in the district of Pamplemousses. The beach is one of the most beautiful on the island and the most famous beaches for sunset watching.
Casela World of Adventures  

Casela World of Adventures is a scenic nature park. You can experience so many unique, thrilling activities under one “roof” whether you are with your partner, family, or friends. Among the most popular day activities, you will find the Walk with Lions, interaction with rhinos, the Safari Quad, the Zip N Splash at Thrill Mountain and encounters with various animal species.
Tamarind Falls

Tamarind Falls or Tamarin Falls or 7 cascades are a scenic attraction of southwest Mauritius. They are a series of seven cataracts located on the Rivière Tamarin, two kilometers northwest of the large lake Mare aux Vacoas. There are 11 waterfalls, multiple jumps, deep ponds, lush green vegetation, and one of the most beautiful canyons of the Island that will suit the beginner to the hardcore adventurer.
Curious Corner of Chamarel  

Curious Corner of Chamarel is a gallery of fascinating, fun, illusion, and mystery sure to awaken your curiosity. Curious Corner is surely out to surprise you in every sense of the way, with just under 40 exhibits.
Château de Labourdonnais  

Château de Labourdonnais built-in 1856 was inhabited by a Mauritian family for over 150 years. The beauty and historical character of this unique colonial monument, which has long aroused visitors’ interest, has led to a reflection on its cultural and historic value, as well as that of the superb estate on which it was located.
Best Time To Visit Mauritius

The best time to visit Mauritius is from May to December when the weather is cool and dry.

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