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1. Le Morne

Le Morne Brabant is a rare place found in the south of the island. It is surrounded by most hotels. Classified as a World Heritage, there will be a chance to see the Le Morne Mountains, it has a single peak of the history of Mauritius which is very high. The mountain was a place for slaves, to escape from their slaves. The place is full of good viewpoints on the west coast of the island and in the southern part of the island.

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2. Black River Gorges National Park

A national park spread over an area of ​​6574 hectares of incredible native forests and wildlife, covering 3.5% of the land area of ​​Mauritius and a range of ecosystems. This dense forest is home to over 300 species of flowering plants. Want to spot one of the rarest birds in the world? Then the national park is your best bet because it is the habitat of the pink pigeon, a bird for Mauritius, which has almost become extinct. The national park offers long hiking trails for those nature lovers. For visitors who love the outdoor area, Kali River Shells is an ideal place to take yourself away from its set of panoramic views of the island's landscape, including vistas, gorges, peaks and waterfalls.

The golden palm trees
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3. Chamrell

Chamrail is a small village located in Sawan district. Chamrell attracts a lot as you will get a chance to visit the beautiful places around it - the highest waterfall 100 meters and 7 colors of earth in Mauritius. Chamarel Falls is an impressive waterfall as you can find anywhere and makes an ideal place. Climbing the stairs to the viewing platform reveals an impressive view as it hits the pool 100 meters below. Sand Seven Colored Earth is made of sand dunes of different colors including red, brown and pure, which will affect more than one. This phenomenon is due to the cooling of volcanic rocks at different temperatures, resulting in dunes of different colors.

4. La Vanille Crocodile Park

The star of the show here is without a doubt a crocodile, but you will also see other creatures including giant bats, giant turtles, monkeys and a huge insect collection. While passing through the forest observing the flora and fauna, you will learn more about the endangered species of Mauritius. Its insect disease is one of the world's largest private collections of butterflies and other insects. And those beautiful creatures are a feast for the eyes. The park's restaurant also offers crocodile curry in its menu. What's better than ending the trip tasting crocodile curry in the restaurant?

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5. Pamplemousses Botanical Garden

Also known as Sir Sivusagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, this plot covers 60 acres of land and is characterized by a variety of palm trees. A unique feature of the garden is its giant lily ponds with tadpoles and frogs, fruit trees with bats hanging from branches, lakes with giant turtles and fish, forgetting the trees planted by celebrities including Nelson Mandela and Indira Ghandi. .

Palm trees, Mauritius
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6. Chateau de Labordonis

At the heart of magnificent natural wealth, Château de Labourdonnais helps you redefine the lifestyle of nineteenth-century Mauritius… Brilliantly, this majestic mansion, built in 1859, has regained all its original splendor and retains its original splendor. Offers visitors a unique experience. After visiting Chattu you can take a walk in its garden, then visit its distillery and finally taste the locally produced Rhum at Rhumerie des Mascareignes. At the property you will have the opportunity to taste typical Mauritius cuisine which will, without a doubt, be a pure pleasure for your taste buds.

Everyone was spending the day indorrs to escape the heat. The stores were closed and I had the streets for myself.
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7. Il aux serfs

A large outer island of Mauritius, the ल्सles aux Cerfs lies on its eastern coast, with spectacular white sandy beaches, palm trees and waters of all shades of blue. It remains one of the main attractions of the island. There, the picture-postcard blue lagoon will make you feel as if you have arrived on a Treasure Island. Iles aux Cerfs is the perfect place to relax, enjoy a BBQ and go parasailing for a majestic aerial view of this ancient Isle. The island's main beach offers basic services including restaurants serving delicious food. It also has a Bernard Langer Golf Course.