7 waterfalls, stunning treks that connect all of them, and natural beauty that will take your breath away. Do not blame us if 7 Cascades becomes your favourite Mauritius experience.
The Majestic Monolith in Mauritius
A peninsula on the extreme southwest tip of Mauritius, Le Morne Brabant was once a shelter for runaway slaves in the early 19th century. It has an iconic and majestic basaltic monolith that rises 556 meters above sea level, offering breathtaking views of the surroundings.
Visit the Oldest Botanical Garden in the Southern Hemisphere
SSR Botanical Garden is one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the world. With an incredibly diverse range of flora, this garden is also home to fauna like deer and turtles. Explore the garden and learn about the exotic indigenous species that make Mauritius so colourfully unique.
Snorkel or Dive Mauritius's magnificent Reefs
The waters off the coast of Mauritius are known for their abundance of marine life and profusion of colourful reefs. Do not leave Mauritius without a diving or snorkelling experience; it doesn't get better than this.
The Picturesque Seven Coloured Sands
The seven coloured sands are a geological formation consisting of sand dunes of seven distinct colours. These dunes seemingly never erode, in spite of the tropical rains that lash Mauritius. Definitely worth a trip, just for a taste of the surreal.
Frederica Nature Reserve: Wildlife, Adventure and Stunning Views
It is not uncommon to see stags roaming wild in Frederica Nature Reserve as you go on a trek, a quad bike tour or a full-bodied 4X4 expedition through its varied terrain of vast plains, mountains, waterfalls and world-class views.
A Luxury Boat Trip Around the Mauritian Coast
Mauritius has an exquisite coast, famous for its pristine waters full of coral reefs, tropical marine life, beaches and dramatic cliff-faces. Go for a sail around this tropical paradise on a private luxury yacht; dive, snorkel, swim or just soak up the sun and get pampered with food and wine.
Discover the Breathtaking Nature and Wildlife of Black River Gorges National Park
A national park in the hilly south-western part of Mauritius, Black River Gorges National Park comprises of a lush native rainforest, home to all of Mauritius's exotic fauna, including wild pigs, russ deer and an abundance of dazzling birdlife.