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The inner south and coastal route of the island is one of our favorite places to unwind and reconnect with nature. On this full-day tour, we will let you experience it!
Consisting of 7 waterfalls found close together, the Tamarind falls stands as one of the most beautiful waterfall scenery on the island.
Built in the year 1885, Mare aux Vacoas has the honour of being the largest reservoir on the island with a capacity of almost 26 million cubic meters. he region also takes pride in its constant breeze of freshness as its surrounded by a dense rain-forest of several tropical trees such as eucalyptus, pine and casuarinas.
You will not want to miss a visit to the sacred lake of Grand Bassin while you are in Mauritius. Famed as the largest Hindu temple on the island, this place is more peaceful and tranquil than it first seems. Several devotees are found praying to Hindu deities, offering fruits and light-scent incense, creating a spiritual atmosphere in the calm and tranquil surrounding.
Due to the abundance of fruits on sight during the prayers, you can spot the greedy monkeys sometimes sneaking out from the trees to take advantage of the successful situation. Our guide will take you to the Hanuman Statue located on top of the hill. It requires a fairly long climb but offers a rewarding view overlooking the sacred lake with stunning views of the island. Visitors will also be able to see the incredible 108-foot statue of Lord Shiva and Lord Durga, which is one of the biggest of its kind ever constructed in the world.
Let’s make a quick stop at the dormant volcano of Bassin Blanc. Located in the Savanne District on the southwest of the island, the lake is fed mostly from rainwater but appears white when seen from the sky. As we make our way down the hill towards Le Morne, take pleasure in the dominating views of the south coast of Mauritius.
Take a stroll through La Vallée des Couleurs Nature Park and feast your eyes upon several attractions such as the world famous 23 coloured earth, as well as numerous majestically beautiful waterfalls.
Furthermore, the park also offers exciting activities such as zip lining, quad biking, karting and hiking and guests can book as an add-on.
Time to savor some authentic Mauritian-fusion cuisine. After a stroll in the park, meet Chef Ganessen and his team of cooks and let them surprise you with their exotic dishes.
Baie du Cap Coastal Road was recently honoured by being ranked as the 10th most beautiful road in the world attesting to its worldwide fame and reverence. Drive through this road as you let your eyes feast upon what could be the most magnificent view you will ever get to see.
Found in the south-eastern tip of the island, Baie du Cap Coastal Road is located at what is known as “the Tail” of Mauritius.
Standing in the village of Baie du Cap, is one of the most famous viewpoints of Mauritius. Let’s park the car along the beach and climb a narrow set of stairs to a platform and get ready to be taken aback by one of the most subliminal views of your life
Towering over the south east of the island, le Morne Brabant is the majestically beautiful mountain you might have seen in many internet pictures about Mauritius. This mountain has much cultural and historical significance for the country as it was used by the slaves that would ran away from the whips of their masters and seeked shelter in the caves on the slopes.
As the day ends, sit back on the white sand beach of Le Morne, sip on a nice cold Phoenix Beer and enjoy another sunset in paradise before being returned to your accommodation in Mauritius.