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Blue Bay Sunset

The Sunset is Blue Bay turns the different blue of the ocean into different colors namely a reddish yellow and pink.  Blue Bay is a peaceful beach with its glorious glass bottom boats where snorkeling and swimming in the marine park is one of the most unique attractions. Since Blue Bay beach lagoon is the only marine park in Mauritius, the variety of living creatures and corals are protected. Blue Bay offers a unique natural perspective to the Island of Mauritius.


Le Bouchon Mauritius

Le Bouchon Mauritius is a unique location in Mauritius where the landscape has still kept its charm in a natural state. It is located on the IMG_0229South East Coast of the Island few minutes away from Blue Bay. While most of Le Bouchon is not really a swimming beach, it has one of the most beautiful scenery. Unfortunately recently the shipwreck of MV Benita kind of destroyed this beautiful sea. The ship was removed yet its oil spill has created a very bad environment for the fauna and the flora.

Nonetheless Le Bouchon is still one of the most interesting places in the world.

Flic En Flacq

Among the most sought destination by Mauritians is probably the Flic En Flacq beach.  It has probably the largest beach space with hotels such as La Pirogue.  Flic En Flacq is unique because it is highly populated during week-ends and is a great getaway for both the local population but also by tourists. Visit Flic en Flacq and enjoy yourself with all the great amenities offered to you.

The Pamplemousses Garden

Located in the North of the island, this is one of the most beautiful and oldest gardens created in Mauritius.

The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden (sometimes shortened to the SSR Botanical Garden), commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, is a popular tourist attraction in Pamplemousses, near Port Louis, Mauritius, and the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere. Famous for its long pond of giant water lilies (Victoria amazonica), the garden was first constructed by Pierre Poivre (1719 – 1786) in 1770, and it covers an area of around 37 hectares.

It is a site not to miss if you are visiting Mauritius.