MAURITIUS SCENIC SOUTH TOUR

TROU AUX CERFS

Image by Husain Mohamedally

Trou aux Cerfs is a dormant volcano with a well-defined cone and crater. It is 605 m high and located in Curepipe, Mauritius. The crater has been alternately described as 300 and 350 meters in diameter, and is 80 meters deep.

ALEXANDRA FALLS

Image by Jonathan Ridley

The Alexandra Falls, located 700 meters above sea level, is one of Mauritius' most prominent natural attractions. A visit to Mother Nature's heritage, which is located in the Black River Georges National Park, is a must for anyone.

You've probably seen several of its photos on postcards or in videos promoting Mauritius' beauty. Alexandra Falls is undoubtedly one of the island's most iconic and well-known attractions. Alexandra Falls is known not only for its spectacular beauty, but also for providing tourists with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interact with nature.

RHUMERIE CHAMAREL

Rhumrie.jpg

The Rhumerie de Chamarel is located 300 meters above the shore of South West Mauritius, in a rich valley with its unique microclimate. It includes a distillery and an agricultural plantation on an environmentally friendly estate, making it a genuinely unique tourist attraction. One of the distillery's strongest features is that it was created to provide guests with a full tourism experience. Maurice Giraud, a Mauritian architect, designed a structure that merges in seamlessly with its breathtaking surroundings. Wood, natural stone, and water bring the distillery closer to nature, making it one of the most beautiful factories on the planet. 

MARE AUX VACOAS RESERVOIR

mare-aux-vacoas-reservoir.jpg

Mare aux Vacoas is the largest reservoir in Mauritius. It is located in Plaines Wilhems, in the southwest of the island, to the south of the town of Curepipe. It has a capacity of 25,890,000 cubic metres and provides water to the upper Plaines Wilhems and to Moka.It was constructed in 1885.

BLACK RIVER GORGES

Black River Gorges.jpg

Black River Gorges National Park is a national park in the hilly south-western part of Mauritius. It was proclaimed on June 15, 1994 and is managed by the National Parks and Conservation Service. It covers an area of 67.54 km² including humid upland forest, drier lowland forest and marshy heathland.

CHAMAREL 7 COULORED EARTH

7 coloured Earth.jpg

The seven Coloured Earths are a geological formation and prominent tourist attraction found in the Chamarel plain of the Rivière Noire District in south-western Mauritius. It is a relatively small area of sand dunes comprising sand of seven distinct colours.