Black River Gorges National Park
The Black River Gorges National Park is situated in the hilly southwest of the island and is a popular spot for picnics, hiking and scenic drives.
The Seven Coloured Earth of Chamarel
The undulating layers of blue, green, red and yellow sands are said to be a natural phenomenon caused by the erosion of volcanic ash.
Located in the capital city, you can get to the large Central Market from the Place d’Armes or through the Caudan Waterfront subway. This is where the local Mauritians shops and you will find a myriad of colourful stalls.
Fort Adelaide or La Citadelle
Take a visit back in time and discover Fort Adelaide named after Queen Adelaide, also known as La Citadelle. Built during British colonisation in 1834, the fort served as an instrument of defense against all approaches of enemies, in particular the previous French colonisers.
Situated in the South of Mauritius, Le Morne Brabant is a scarcely inhabited place mostly surrounded by hotels. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Le Morne Mountain is a spectacular site of a single peak encapsulating so much Mauritian history.
Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
The popular botanical gardens also feature trees planted by famous figures such as Nelson Mandela and Indira Ghandi.
At The Earth Trip we will design and plan your personalised itinerary according to the exact requirements of your trip. Whether you prefer to be on a mountaintop or under a waterfall; wake up in the middle of a jungle or have a picnic with locals in the tea plantations – we select the accommodation and activities in order to suit not only your preferences, but also your budget.Discover Tailor-Made