Aside from its boundless array of activities and opportunities to unwind, Mauritius’ breathtaking natural features are a major drawcard too. This little slice of paradise has been referred to as “an island Eden”, laden with tropical waterfalls, palm-fringed beaches and, jungle-like interiors.
The Seven Coloured Earths of Chamarel in the southwest of Mauritius attract nature lovers in their droves with their red, violet, brown, green, purple, blue and yellow-coloured sand dunes.
Take a trip to the Black River Gorges National Park to explore its hiking and mountain biking trails and don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit the Le Morne Cultural Landscape, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Breathtaking in its beauty, this landmark also holds important cultural significance.