Mauritius is a land of blue lagoons, scenic streams and exotic coral reefs, all fringed by undulating stretches of pure white sand dotted with clusters of casuarina trees and coconut palms.
With Mauritius, it’s all about the sea and beaches – the entire coastline of this lush island is powdered with white, soft sand and balmy, azure waters.
Le Morne Brabant, a peninsula at the south-western tip of Mauritius, is well worth a visit.
Facing the harbour in the capital city of Port Louis, the Caudan Waterfront has become an essential component of the island’s vivid cultural life.
The Black River Gorges National Park conserves and preserves the remains of the island’s indigenous tropical forests.
World Heritage Sites
Aapravasi Ghat is the remains of an immigration depot in Port Louis.
Le Morne Brabant is mountain that juts into the Indian Ocean.