Explore Mauritius – the Paradise Island

Have you ever thought that Mauritius is fondly referred as the ‘Paradise Island’ by its visitors? Located at a distance of approx 800 km from the coast of Madagascar, this tourist destination, which is home to several tourist attractions, is a charming tropical island. Here, you can explore spellbinding natural beaches, tropical mountains and forests. Because of being home to a very serene sea conditions, the weather and beach comfort, blending with the friendliness of the population of the locality, this island has become renowned as a destination visited by a number of tourists from every nook and corner of the world.

The beaches of Mauritius are counted among the most charming beaches all over the globe. Here, tourists can take the enjoyment of several coral reefs and turquoise waters around this island nation. In spite of having some enough large waves of the ocean, this island destination owns some calm parts of this ocean to make this place suitable for tourists to take the enjoyment of swimming. Apart from being a place for taking a rest, this destination is also used for water activities such as sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving, diving and water skiing. On this island, the inn-lodging offers the opportunity of doing all the activities free of charge.

 Tourist Attractions

Mauritius is home to several tourist attractions. Here, we have enlisted some of them:


Grand Baie


Counted among the top and major tourist attractions in Mauritius, Grand Baie, which is preferred by night life lovers, is also the best choice for those who love shopping and passing some time in leisure. Being renowned for the spellbinding quality of its emerald, it is a large tourist beach and the seaside tourist village of Mauritius. Here, tourists can also get the facilities for safe sailing, swimming, water skiing, windsurfing. At this awesome spot, you can also find a large option of craft and fashion shops, restaurants and hotels.

Le Morne Brabant


Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Le Morne Brabant, which is the surprisingly single standing basaltic rock with its height of 1821 feet above sea level, is a peninsula in Mauritius. Bordered by lagoons, this spot owns certain most scarce plant species of the world such as Trochetia Boutoniana and Mandrinette.

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 Chamarel Village

Chamarel Village

Situated in the Black River district on the island of Mauritius in the eastern part of Africa continent, Chamarel is a village, where tourists can get the chance of exploring a dune with 7 various colors. Also called the ‘Seven Colored Earth’, the dunes in the Chmarel village, which are matchless all over the world, are quite famous among the visitors.

 Black River Gorges


Being the best spot in Mauritius to explore the rare species of birds and fauna, Black River Gorges is a national park in this destination expanded over a region of 16,244 hectares. Here, you can watch animals such as Mauritian flying fox, Rusa deer, the birds like a pink pigeon, Mauritius parakeets and kestrel and likewise.

Le Chateau De Labourdonnais

Le Chateau De Labourdonnais

Erected in 1856 A.D. with an inspiration from the Italian neo-classical architecture, Le Chateau De Labourdonnais, which is a blend of garden, museum, restaurant and a distillery, is one of the top tourist attractions of Mauritius.


On the basis of the things mentioned above, it can be said that Mauritius is rightly called the ‘Heaven for Beach Lovers’. If you are also willing to visit this destination, you can book Mauritius honeymoon package. All these tour packages, which are available at Destinations Ideas, can also be customized as per the demand of the clients.


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