It is a volcanic island of lagoons and palmfringed beaches with coral reefs surrounding most of the coastline. The island is situated approximately 2400 kilometers off the South East Coast of Africa. The island covers an area of 1,865 square kilometers or 720 square miles, with 330 kilometers of coastline.
Mauritius is known for its varied flora and fauna. Many species are endemic to the island. The island was the only known home of the dodo, which, along with several other avian species, was made extinct by human activities relatively soon after the island’s settlement.
Travellers do not need to register for a visa on arrival to Mauritius. They simply need to provide the necessary documents at the country airport and pick up their visa from the relevant authority
Île aux Cerfs is a privately owned island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq District. The island of Ile aux Cerfs lies off Trou d’Eau Douce in the largest lagoon of Mauritius and offers 87 hectares of luxuriant vegetation and preserved, white, sandy beaches.
Mauritius Attractions brings you the opportunity to discover the Northern part of Mauritius and its many sights. Explore must-see sites like the, the Citadelle de Port-Louis, Aapravasi Ghat and Le Caudan, and listen as your guide shares insight into their history and heritage. .
Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature of south Mauritius during this full-day tour. Visit the Trou aux Crefs crater for views of Curepipe, see the Hindu Ganga Talao temple in Grand Bassin, the Chamarel Waterfalls, and the famous 7 Colored Earths.