In the words of Mark Twain, “God created Mauritius first as an inspiration to create the paradise.” Mauritius is famous for its beaches, reefs, and lagoons. It is an island nation off the coast of East Africa.
Mauritius has a number of coastal villages that lead to some of the most beaches in the world. Some of these beaches include Flic en Flac, Le Morne, Ile aux Cerfs Island, and Grand Baie.
Port Louis is a cultural hub with several attractions. From architecture to statues and the famous “Bazaar” market.
Located on the south of the island, Chamarel is home to the Seven Colored Earth and the islands tallest waterfall.
BLACK RIVER GORGES NATIONAL PARK
The park is home to the rare Pink Pigeon. No vehicles are allowed making it ideal for hiking and trekking.
PAMPLEMOUSSES BOTANICAL GARDENS
Known mostly for its giant lilies, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden is home to palms and other fruit trees.