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South Mauritius Attractions

The wildest and most beautiful landscapes of Mauritius are in the South, white sandy beaches bordered by cliffs, rocky shores and mountainous terrains, valleys offering magnificent panoramas.
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Chamarel Seven Coloured Earth

Chamarel Seven Coloured Earth

The multi hued natural sand dunes of Chamarel is a marvel and a major tourist attraction of Mauritius. The sand dunes is comprised of seven distinct colours (approximately red, brown,...
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Ganga Talao at Grand Bassin

Ganga Talao / Grand Bassin

Grand Bassin in Mauritius should be on your ‘must see’ list of attractions. Grand Bassin (also known as Ganga Talao) is a crater lake situated in a secluded mountain area...
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Le Morne Brabant

Le Morne

You can’t help but be moved by a trip to Le Morne. It refers to the isolated part of the island, located in the South-West edge of the coast. Not...
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Macondé Mauritius

Macondé

The south coast is a must-do in any Mauritian road trip. Whether you come from the north, south or east of the island, your itinerary must include this scenic route....
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Gris Gris Huge Waves

Gris Gris

Gris Gris is the beach which is located in the extreme south of the island, off the historical village of Souillac which dates back from the days of the then...
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