Discover part of what has forged Mauritius today, before making a few bargains of your own at the central market! This trail will take you to the northern part of the island. First stop, the Botanical Gardens of Pamplemousses, one of the most beautiful and most ancient in the world. It is home to many treasures of the botanical world.
Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, and then journey to Blue Bay. Experience the turquoise waters of Mauritius' Blue Bay Marine Park in this boat and snorkeling trip. As though you couldn't get enough of the blue, you'll have the chance to sail aboard a glass-bottom boat, and be blessed with crystal clear views of the water underneath. Plus, while you can stay dry for the rest of the trip, we reckon it better to take the plunge. Swim through the beautiful turquoise gem, and venture deeper for a snorkel amongst colorful sea life, from mangroves to coral, and fish countless different kinds. With depths of up to 5.5m, a whole new world awaits your descent.
To start with a visit at ‘ La Vallee des couleurs ‘ . Nature lovers are bound to like this place; it is a quite unique experience with the indigenous fauna and flora that abound in the park. Visitors are treated with a range of natural landscapes, including plateaus, mountains, valleys, craters and crater-lakes.
The southern part of Mauritius has kept most of its wild beauty and charm. Enjoy a scenic drive and discover unique landscapes carved by the elements over time. Travel past the suburb of Floreal and drive towards Curepipe, one of the island’s main cities. As you reach the highest point in town, step down to see Trou aux Cerfs’ crater, a dormant volcano covered with lush vegetation, which also acts as a 360-degree lookout.