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TOP DESTINATIONS IN MAURITIUS

Mark Twain once wrote, 'Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius'. He was right.

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Black River Gorges National Park

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Mauritius' biggest and best national park is a wild expanse of rolling hills and thick forest covering roughly 2% of the island's surface. It's difficult to overstate the importance of this park - it's the last stand for Mauritian forests and many native species.

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Ganga Talao

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According to Hindu legend, the god Shiva and his wife Parvati were circling the earth, with the sacred river Ganges balanced on Shiva's head.

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Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden

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After London's Kew Gardens the SSR Gardens is one of the world's best botanical gardens. It's also one of the most popular tourist attractions in Mauritius and easily reached from almost anywhere on the island.

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Blue Penny Museum

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Although dedicated to the world-famous Mauritian one-penny and two-pence stamps of 1847, the Blue Penny Museum is far more wide-ranging than its name suggests, taking in the history of the island's exploration, settlement and colonial period, and even detouring into the Paul and Virginie legend.

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Trou aux Cerfs

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About 1km west of central Curepipe, the Trou aux Cerfs is a dormant-volcanic crater some 100m deep and 1km in circumference. The bowl is heavily wooded and from the road around the rim - a favourite spot for joggers and walkers - you get lovely views of the plateau. There are benches for rest and reflection, and a radar station for keeping an electronic eye on cyclone activity.

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Tamarind Falls

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The Tamarind Falls (also known as Tamarin Falls or 7 cascades) are a beautiful attraction of the southwest of Mauritius. Popular for its beautiful surroundings and unspoilt nature, the Tamarind fall is an astonishing albeit hard-to-reach area.

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Crocodile & Giant Tortoises Park and Nature Reserve

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Are you a reptile lover? Or have you ever dreamt of being around the reptiles and to see how beautiful they look? Then the right place for you is to get to the Crocodile and Giant Tortoises Park and Nature Reserve in Mauritius.

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Museum Eureka house

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After having visited Eureka house you will be jealous on the family that settled down here in 1830. It's difficult to say what is more special now, the house in its antique colonial style, or the surroundings; the edge of a beautiful valley with wondrous waterfalls underneath the mountain Le Pouce.

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Pieter Both Mountain

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Spend an adventurous day climbing the second-highest mountain on the African island of Mauritius. Admire breathtaking island views throughout the hike.

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Mare aux Vacoas

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Mare aux Vacoas is the largest reservoir in Mauritius. It is located in Plaines Wilhems, in the southwest of the island, to the south of the town of Curepipe.It has a capacity of 25.89 Mm cube and provide water to the upper Plains Wilhems and to Moka.

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Jummah Mosque

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The Jummah Mosque, the most important mosque in Mauritius, was built in the 1850s and is a striking blend of Indian, Creole and Islamic architecture - it would look equally at home in Istanbul, Delhi or New Orleans! Visitors are welcome in the peaceful inner courtyard, except on Friday and during the month of Ramadan.

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La Preneuse Beach

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Home to one of the most well preserved Martello Towers on the island, La Preneuse Beach is a popular destination for the historically inclined. With only a couple of small boutique hotels along a 2 kilometer stretch, this beach also offers a quiet and relaxing experience.