Grand Baie

Grand Bay  is a seaside village and large tourist beach in the district of Rivière du Rempart at the north of Mauritius. Grand Bay was once called De Bogt Zonder Eyndt (Bay Without End) by the Dutch in the 17th century, and when visiting the village it is easy to understand why. Today, the resort town

Chamarel

Chamarel is a small village and a major tourist spot located in the south-western region of the country. Once you reach Chamarel, climb up the observation outpost and enjoy incredible views. As far as the eyes can see, there are sand dunes in unbelievable colours; yellow, red, brown, violet, purple, green and even blue. A natural

Pamplemousses Botanical Garden

The Pamplemousse Botanical Garden is more popularly known as the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden and is named after the first Prime Minister of Mauritius. These gardens are one of the oldest botanical gardens in the southern hemisphere and remain a very popular tourist attraction in Mauritius.

Black River Gorges National Park

The Black River Gorges National Park is a beautiful mountainous region in the southern part of Mauritius and most probably the best area for some trekking in the island. In the park there are so many spots offering stunning views of the interior and the West Coast that you will be open mouth the all time