Black River Gorges
Black River Gorges is the largest national park in Mauritius consisting of a wide area of dense forest and highlands.
This national part maintains the wildlife’s rich diversity that makes Mauritius what it is! Nature lovers are surely
going to love this place as it gives some best opportunities for hiking and bird-watching view.
If you are in Mauritius then Ganga Talao also known as, Grand Bassin should be your ‘must visit’ place on your visit
list. This is a sacred lake which represents the mighty Ganges river of India. You can see her tucked away in the
mountains surrounded by some Hindu temples and Gods.
This sumptuous location hosts breathtaking views setting away on the Black River cliffs. This place can be said as a sight not to be missed because of it being one of the most serene places in Mauritius where you can discover some indigenous plant species, tropical birds and lush green vegetation.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam is the most aged botanic garden of the Southern hemisphere which constitutes various attractions in flora and fauna in both aquatic and terrestrial origins.
Jummah Masjid is a popular mosque in Port Louis, Mauritius. The building of Jummah masjid combines Creole, Indian and Islamic architecture.