Travel destinations in Mauritius:
Links to popular vacation destinations for people considering visiting Mauritius as a holiday destination.
https://blackrivergorgenationalparkmaur.blogspot.co.uk Black River Gorge Mauritius consisting of map showing geographical location, tourist attractions, accommodation and books
https://blackrivergorgemauritius.blogspot.co.uk Photographs Big Game Fishing Mauritius, Grande Riviere Mauritius
https://centredeflacqmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Centre de Flacq Mauritius is a world away from picture-postcard Belle Mare and the coast. Here there’s the chaotic bustle you’d expect to find in the east coast’s main settlement, and while there’s nothing much to see or do, it’s well worth an excursion if you’re bored of the beach.
https://curepipemauritius.blogspot.co.uk Curepipe Mauritius Effectively the second city of Mauritius, Curepipe is a bustling highland commercial centre famous for its rainy weather and clothes shopping. Its strange name reputedly stems from the malaria epidemic of 1867 when people fleeing from lowland Port Louis would ‘cure’ their pipes of malarial bacteria by smoking them here, although in fact it’s more likely to be named after a fondly remembered town in France.
https://flicenflacmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Flic En Flac Mauritius Accommodation Mauritius, Self Catering Accommodation, Apartments, Villas, Tourist Attractions, Good Selection of Rental Properties
https://goodlandsmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Goodlands Mauritius Goodlands Town in the Riviere du Rempart District of Mauritius is set in an agricultural area. It acquired its name in the 19th century when a sugar estate flourished there.
https://grandgaubemauritius.blogspot.co.uk Grand Gaube, Mauritius A tiny fishing village with a good beach about 6 kms east of Cap Malheureux.
https://grandbaymauritius.blogspot.co.uk Grand Bay, Mauritius The traditional centre of travel and tourism on the tropical Pacific island of Mauritius offering sea trips, underwater exploration in submersibles, nightlife, restaurants and shopping.
https://granderivierenoiremauritius.blogspot.co.uk Grande Riviere Noire, Mauritius, Big Game Fishing, A major centre for big-game fishing - Grande Rivière Noire. Just offshore from the mouth of the estuary, the ocean bottom plunges to 700m, providing the perfect environment for jacks and other bait fish. These small fry attract big predators such as tuna, shark and marlin.
https://ileauxcerfsmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Ile Aux Cerfs, Mauritius. A stunning island off the east coast of Mauritius is one of the most popular day trips in the country for both foreigners and Mauritians alike.
https://lemornemauritius.blogspot.co.uk Le Morne Brabant, Mauritius and Photographs of Big Game Fishing. Visible from much of southern Mauritius, Le Morne Brabant 556m is the stunning, vast rock from which this beautiful peninsula takes its name.
https://mahebourgmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Mahebourg Mauritius There’s something relentlessly charming about Mahébourg, Mauritius East with its sleepy feel, a mix of old and new and few quirky sights. Budget travellers have a good choice of accommodation here, and it makes a good base for any traveller, with beaches just a short distance out of the town and plenty to see and do in the surrounding area.
https://mauritiusaccommodationapartment.blogspot.co.uk Accommodation Quatre Bornes, Photographs Quatre Bornes, Tourist Attractions, Books Mauritius, Ebooks Mauritius, Map of Mauritius [Google]
https://mauritiuspointeauxcannoniers.blogspot.co.uk Pointe Aux Cannoniers Mauritius Accommodation Options Tourist Attractions Adventure Holidays Canada
https://mauritiusaccommodationselfcater.blogspot.co.uk Mont Choisy Villas and Studios, Mauritius Tourist Attractions Adventure Holidays Canada and Port Hope Simpson Vacations Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
https://mauritiustoursexcursions.blogspot.co.uk Photographs of Mauritius
https://mokamauritius.blogspot.co.uk Moka Mauritius Within the highland area of Moka District can be found Quartier Militaire town with its Royal Plaza centre Le Reduit or the Refuge an old governor’s mansion.
https://montchoisymauritius.blogspot.co.uk Mont Choisy Mauritius. A thick forest of casuarina trees skirts Mont Choisy, one of the most popular beaches on the island. Offshore conditions are perfect for windsurfing sailing and water skiing while the long sandy beach is favoured by walkers and joggers.
https://pamplemoussesmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Pamplemousses Mauritius. Most visitors to northern Mauritius take the time to visit Pamplemousses for its famous botanical gardens which are worth a diversion if you fancy an afternoon away from the beach. Officially known as the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens occasionally referred to as the Royal Botanical Gardens they feature a stunning variety of endemic and foreign plant species.
https://pereyberemauritius.blogspot.co.uk Pereybere Mauritius
https://pointeauxcannoniersmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Pointe Aux Canonniers, Mauritius. Photographs Pointe Aux Canonniers, Books Mauritius, Ebooks Mauritius, Map of Mauritius [Google]
https://portlouismauritius.blogspot.co.uk Port Louis, Mauritius. Tax-free Shopping at Le Caudan Waterfront, Port Louis, the Capital City of Mauritius. In Chinatown you will see the rich mercantile life of the hardworking Chinese community, the busy Chinese restaurants and groceries and the streets echoing with the unmistakable clatter of mah jong tiles.
https://quatrebornesmauritiusshopping.blogspot.co.uk Quatre Bornes Mauritius. For many people Quatre Bornes Mauritius is nothing more than a big conurbation built up around the tediously busy road linking Flic en Flac to the M1. Its main street St Jean Rd is always choked with traffic but despite this the town is pleasantly lively with lots of shopping. The twice weekly clothes market on Thursday and Sunday is well worth a visit. Locals flock here from miles around.
https://rivieredesanguillesmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Riviere des Anguilles, Mauritius. Location: 6.1 kms from Souillac, Southern Mauritius. Riviere des Anguilles was named after Vicomte de Souillac the island’s French governor from 1779 to 1787. The coast here is impressively rugged and there are a few interesting places dotted around. For example, La Vanille Crocodile Park and Nature Reserve specialises in the breeding of Nile Crocodiles.
https://tamarinmauritius.blogspot.co.uk The public beaches of Tamarin are well-known to surfers for its big waves. ‘Dai’ and 'Black Stone’ are the two renowned surfing spots on Tamarin Bay. Tamarin has developed into a managed residential and commercial holiday area. Salt pans covering about 30 hectares are fed by salt water directly from the sea where it evaporates and the salt is harvested a few days later. This tradition of salt production has remained more or less the same for two centuries.
https://trouauxbichesmauritius.blogspot.co.uk Trou-Aux-Biches Mauritius. Relaxed Trou-Aux-Biches and the neighbouring village of Mont Choisy are fast developing tourist destinations full of people seeking better beaches than Grand Baie while staying nearby for activities and restaurants.
https://troudeaudoucemauritius.blogspot.co.uk Mauritius Trou d'Eau Douce. Trou d'Eau Douce Sweet water hole is the major crossroads on the east coast and its unwitting tourism capital as a result. It is a thoroughly lovely place large and rambling along a wonderful bit of coast