Mauritius, the majestic Ocean island, noted for its lagoons, beaches, and ridges. and a popular tropical vacation spot the halfway point, covers mountainous interior, the Black River Gorges National Park, with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking tracks, and wildlife. The Grand Baie’s northern village is identified as urbane beach resorts, which provide the local as well as continental cuisines and you can enjoy various activities such as surfing, snorkeling, and fishing. Tamarin Bay is a surf spot, while the nearby town of Flic-en-Flac has luxury hotels and coral diving caves. In the southeast one can find the ruins of Dutch fortifications at Vieux Grand Port. Mahébourg has a popular market with stands and stalls serving the island’s distinctive food, with Creole, Chinese, Indian and European influences. Prepared by the locals Île aux Aigrettes Nature Reserve is home to the rare pink pigeon. In the east is Île aux Cerf’s, a private island with a championship golf course. that redefines grace and elegance.
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