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Things to do in Mauritius
Black River - get a chance to see the Chamarel 7 coloured earths
Mauritius is an island that has been built up by volcanic activity over millions of years, with different minerals being deposited during each activity. A great place to see this affect is at the Black River and Chamarel 7 coloured earths, where repetitive rainfall have eroded away the cliff and left the different striations visible to the naked eye. Take a handful of the different sands and see them separate out over time in a glass container.
Flacq - make a splash at the Belle Mare waterpark
There is only one water park in Mauritius and it is located at Belle Mare near Flacq. It is a combination of slides, wandering rivers and water cannons and a great family, fun favourite. Spend the whole day relaxing in the water whilst the children enjoy the slides and afterwards dine in one of the many restaurants or pop into one of the souvenir shops.
Pamplemousses - explore the Maheshwarnath Mandir Temple
The Maheshwarnath Mandir Temple is the oldest temple on Mauritius. It is Indian by design and was once the burial place for the ashes of indentured slaves that died in Mauritius. Local legend has it that the temple was built as a result of a number of unexplained occurrences following the death of a indentured slave who was murdered by local landowners. Wander around the temple and its grounds and and admire the vibrant colours used in the decoration.
Pamplemousses - wander around the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden
The gardens at Pamplemousses were created by the former French Governor, over 300 years ago, using plants from the local region as well as from other parts of the world. The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens as they are known, host beautiful examples of palm trees and Queen Victoria Lilies, some of which look large enough to stand on. Whilst relaxing in one of the many gazebos that are located in the gardens, keep your eyes open for the shy Java deer that also roam the grounds.
Introduction of Mauritius
The beautiful island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean is a huge draw for tourists seeking sun, sand and culture. Due to its popularity, hotels in Mauritius are thick on the ground and you will find yourself with plenty of options whatever time of year you choose to visit. Mauritius hotels can be found on both the west and east coasts of the island. The east coast is where you will come across the hottest weather, while the west coast can be victim to some strong winds depending on the season. The best options for hotels in Mauritius are in Grand Bay, which was one of the first spots on the island to experience the influx of sun-seeking tourists. You will find the best nightlife on the island here, as well as a multitude of shops. For the most modern Mauritius hotels, head to the newly renovated beach of La Cuvette, where both luxury and more basic options can be sourced.