DalBlair Wreck Ship
The “Dalblair” was a steel ship of 1474 tons built in 1895 in Scotland (town of Troon) by the Ailsa Shipbuilding Company. Crash reports mention that the vessel left Cardiff for Mauritius with a cargo of coals on the 14th November 1901. After 82 days at sea, on the 4th of February the ship reached the south east seas of Mauritius and was moving in a northern direction with a S.S.W wind. There was no land in site yet and the vessel was about 90 miles from the Ile aux Fouquets Lighthouse.
Ile Aux Aigrettes
Ile aux Aigrettes is an islet off the south-east coast of Mauritius. It functions as a nature reserve and a scientific research station. It is also a popular visitors attraction - both for tourists and for Mauritians.
Ile De La Passe
Île de la Passe is a rocky islet in the bay off Grand Port on the island of Mauritius. Between 20 and 25 August 1810, during the British campaign to capture the island from the French, it was the scene of the Battle of Grand Port.
Ile Aux Fouquets
Île aux Fouquets is an island off the south-east coast of Mauritius. The island is of pure coral origin and has had Islet National Park status since June 5, 2004. It is located about five kilometers off the south-eastern coast in the vicinity of the islands of Ilot Vacoas and Île de la Passe.e Pamplemousses Botanic Garden, is a popular tourist attraction in Pamplemousses, near Port Louis, Mauritius, and the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Grand River South East is the longest river in Mauritius and this spectacular waterfall is close to the mouth and is also accessible by boat. The waterfall at GRSE is one of the east coast's most popular attractions after Île aux Cerfs.
ILE AUX CERFS
Ile aux Cerfs is a picturesque island spread over 87 hectares of untouched land off the east coast of Mauritius. It is famous for its white sandy beaches, its turquoise lagoons and for the wide range of restaurants, water sports and land activities on offer.