Popular Tourist Attractions Places in Mauritius

Posted by rockingtrips on August 19th, 2019

                        Most Popular Tourist Attractions Places in Mauritius

Mauritius is well known for its breathtaking beaches. In addition to the beaches, mountainous landscapes, rolling valleys, a dormant volcano, and easily accessible waterfalls make Mauritius tourism so attractive and ideal for a Book Mauritius Honeymoon Tour Package or a  memorable holiday. The amazing beauty and natural aesthetics of this country will leave you spellbound. Mauritius has a lot of attractions and all these are worth seeing.

Grand Bay / Grand Baie

Grand Bay or Grand Bye is a seaside village and a major tourist destination in the River du Rempart district of Mauritius. Once called De Bogut Zonner Lindt (Bay with End) by the Dutch in the 17th century, the resort town of Grand Bay is popular for its enchanting quality of emerald waters and the most popular holiday destination in Mauritius. It provides facilities for safe swimming, boating, windsurfing, and water skiing. It is the departure point for deep-sea fishing trips and for boat trips to the islands north of Mauritius such as Gunner's Quoin, Flat Island, Round Island, and Serpent Island.

Black River Gorges National Park

Black River Gorges National Park is the only national park located in the southwestern part of Mauritius. Spread over an area of ​​6754 hectares, the park accounts for about 3.5% of the total landmass of Mauritius and preserves the remains of the island's indigenous tropical forests. It is famous for its waterfalls, expanses, and hiking. It can be a great place for all bird watchers and one of the top places to experience Mauritius tourism.

Mauritius Botanical Garden

 The Botanical Garden, formally known as the Sir Seewoosagur Botanical Garden, is located in the district of Port place in proximity to Port-Louis. The SSR Garden is one of the best botanical gardens in the world after London's Kew Gardens and one of the most visited attractions in Mauritius. The park was initially opened as a private garden by the French Governor of Mauritius about 300 years ago, later becoming the National Botanic Garden of Mauritius.

Chamarel Falls & Seven Coloured Earths

Chamarel is a small village on the west coast of Mauritius near Tamarind and Le Morne. However, Chamarel is better known for colored earth and Chamrell waterfall. The seven-colored earth is a natural phenomenon and is the prime place to roam in Mauritius. The colors evolved through the conversion of basaltic lava to clay minerals. It is said that if you mix colors together, they will fall apart automatically.

Casela World of Adventures / Casela Nature Park

Casella World of Adventures is a natural nature park located near the Report Mountains in the southwestern region of Mauritius. Casella is one of the island's two animal parks, the other being La Vanille. It is the oldest park and one of the top sightseeing spots in Mauritius. Cassella is part of the World of Adventures Yemen Reserve.

Trou aux Cerfs

True Oxford, also known as Moore's Volcano, is a dormant volcano, located about half a mile west of the city of Curepipe, Mauritius. The stunning natural formation and cone and crater 'is a great example of a volcano, which essentially means that there is a large concave valley at the top of the volcano. This dormant volcano is about 2,000 feet above the surrounding landscape and is 80 meters deep. It is covered with lush vegetation and is a favorite spot for joggers. According to experts, the volcano is lying dormant but can become active at any time within the next thousand years.

La Vanille Nature Park

Located in the southern village of the Riviere des Anguilles, La Vanille Nature Park uncovers species that host the sanctuary, such as the indigo crocodiles, crocodiles, Seychelles and giant turtles of Madagascar respectively. La Vanille Park also has the largest breeding giant Aldabra turtle in the world, with over 500 turtles of all ages roaming freely. Its insectivores remove various butterflies and insects. Mr. Jacques Sidlecki has spent over 30 years collecting this species of pests, the Paguroidea, from this collection of conservatives.

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