- La Vallée des Couleurs
La Vallée des Couleurs is home to diverse species of flora and fauna and is a top notch place to enjoy choice of nature trips and amusing activities. Nature lovers are sure to love this place, it is pretty a unique revel in with the indigenous fauna and flora that abound inside the park. The untainted magnificence of the land catches every heart and soul.
There are four waterfalls where sightseers can tune in to the stirring water, unwind in characteristic closeness and feel inward peace. A visit at La Vallée des Couleurs conveys joy to all your senses; the melodies of the feathered creatures and the sound of water falling are music to the ears and the enthralling and amazing all encompassing perspectives of the South Coast is an unadulterated joy for the eyes.
You can also activate for a chunk of quad biking that will take you through muddy banks. Besides, the quad biking you can encounter the longest and most beautiful zip lines in the island and hover over the waterfalls and trees.
2. Blue Bay Marine Park
The Blue Bay Marine Park, located on the South East Coast of Mauritius close Mahebourg is a standout amongst other spots to see the delightful marine life and to go for snorkelling in Mauritius.
When you arrive at the inlet of Blue Bay Marine Park, you will be flabbergasted by the bluest waters and most amazing white sandy shorelines you will ever witness. When you see the turquoise blue water of the tidal pond, you will comprehend where the name originates from. The shades of the ocean are extraordinary and are of assortment of various blues.
The snorkeling at the Blue Bay Marine Park is profoundly suggested as the bright fauna and flora found at the park is completely impressive.
3. Sugar Museum
Situated in Pamplemousses, the Sugar Museum is a must visit destination in Mauritius where you can find the historical backdrop of sugar, taste local products, visit the museum and have lunch.
The old domain offers a substantial feeling of place and the museum makes an astounding show with regards of showing how the intricate story of sugar is interlaced with the underlying foundations of the Mauritians backpedalling in time, all woven into the historical backdrop of the island itself.
A go round through the tremendous factory building lasts around one and a half hours, amid which you will have the chance to watch reminiscent movies about the sugar business in Mauritius.
Toward the end of the tour you can taste a portion of the distinctive assortments of unrefined sugar for free.
4. Ile aux Cerfs
is popular for its sandy shorelines, wonderful lagoon and a wide array of activities. You are certain to have a day full of fun and to appreciate a swim and snorkelling in the lagoon.
You can even have an awesome wedding day on the dazzling island of Ile aux Cerfs. Experience this joyful paradise and get entranced by the turquoise blue lagoon and magnificently white sandy shorelines bordered by filao trees.
5. Le Morne Brabant
This gigantic basaltic mountain is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that bears social importance for the locals. It is to a great extent encompassed by the Mauritian lagoon and it is one of the must visit destinations in the island.
Le Morne’s social scene is an outstanding declaration to the marronage and protection from slavery, as the mountain was being utilized as a fortress to shield got away slaves.
Nature sweethearts should attempt the Le Morne Brabant’s great 3.5 kilometres hiking trail for having a more immersive involvement in the land’s exoticism. You will stroll through lush green vegetation, comprising of huge endemic trees and little exotic plants.
6. Chamarel Coloured Earth
Chamarel, the seven coloured earth is a natural wonder and a conspicuous vacation spot. The colours advanced through change of basaltic magma to mud minerals. It is a moderately little territory of sand dunes involving sand of seven unmistakable colours (roughly red, brown, violet, green, blue, purple and yellow). This is a spot not to be missed.
7. Trou aux Cerfs
One of the acclaimed vacation destinations in Mauritius is the Trou aux Cerfs dormant volcano situated in the town of Curepipe. Not at all like the other volcanoes, Trou aux Cerfs crater is encompassed by an immense zone of lavish woods comprising of indigenous plant species and some goliath green pine trees.
8. Grand Bassin
Also known as Ganga Talao, Grand Bassin is a crater lake situated in the district of Savanna. The crater lake is at the core of the most essential Hindu celebrations Maha Shivaratree.If you happen to be in the island around this time of the year, you will see lots of pilgrims walking to Grand Bassin.
9. Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Garden, formally known as Sir Seewoosagur Botanic Garden, is a standout amongst the most went by attractions in Mauritius.
It is populated with more than 650 assortments of plants among which are the renowned Baobabs, the Palmier Bouteille, the ineluctable Giant Water Lilies, many therapeutic plants and some more. Distinct assortments of palm trees have been brought from various corners of the world. Different indigenous types of plants are additionally shown here.
10. Aapravasi Ghat
Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage Site is the remaining parts of an immigration terminal, the site from where current indentured work diaspora rose. The depot was constructed in 1849 to get contracted workers from India, Eastern Africa, Madagascar, China and Southeast Asia to chip away at the island’s sugar domains.
On 16th July 2006, the Aapravasi Ghat, which from Hindi can be interpreted as the “landing place of immigrants” was engraved in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.