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Mauritius Attractions

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The lovely beaches are some of the numerous Mauritius attractions. The green forests, offer the excursionists and the nature lovers numerous places for walks to admire the wild life. The full of color places of the islands deserves a visit, not only for the full of charm atmosphere but also for the many wonderful places you can discover in the open air local markets.

Many natural parks of adventures are for those who love adrenaline. If you are passionate about history, you will find many Mauritius attractions in the old places and ruins which you can explore. These are only some of the possibilities of spending your time in this area. The North part of the island is very visited by tourists and has the most of the Mauritius attractions with a lot to offer when it comes to accommodation, restaurants and fun.

If you decide to stay here, live the unique experience offered by the fantastic beaches, the night life from Grand Bay and the fun from the Caudan Waterfront block. If you are in the shopping mood, go to the Port Louis bazaar with many souvenirs and handcraft objects as well as a large variety of local goodies and tropical fruits.

Who wants to go far away from the crowd must leave the touristic zone of the island and to move towards Triolet, a place with other Mauritius attractions like the biggest Hindu temple on the island. This makes the place even more interesting. The silence and the beauty can be found in Labourdonnais, where the Mauritius attractions are gardens with exotic flowers and trees with tropical fruits.

At the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam botanical garden you can find more species of local fauna and flora. It is one of the oldest locations of this type in the world. If the adventure in nature is what you want then you have to go in the island’s South-East and to discover the natural beauty of Ile aux Aigrettes. The place is a protégé refugee for rare bird species and a perfect destination for the enthusiasts of the life in wildness as well as for the ones loving the pictures.

Domaine du Chasseur is among the Mauritius attractions, another ideal destination for trips in nature. This area offers 900 hectares of luxuriant vegetation and is the home of many species of wild animals. Soullac is an area that deserves to be visited for its lovely gardens from which you can admire the spectacular panorama of the blue sea. The walks with historic character are also possible in this area, with Dutch ruins situated in the oldest part of the island-Vieux Grand Port.

The exploration of the island’s inner is highly recommended to the tourists who want adventure. A walk on the roads of the Black River Gorges National Park will make you discover the hidden but truly magnificent landscapes of the island. You also can go to Grand Basin of Ganga Talao where the wonderful view of the Champagne hill and of the lakes is waiting for you.