Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Some of the Renowned Beach Bars of Mauritius

Lambic
Established in traditional colonial style the house of Lambic and its wall to wall beer transparency is something you would not want to miss while coming down to capital city of Port Louis. As an international beer bar Lambic has all the resort and blends of international quality to tempt beer lover from all across the world.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Trou Aux Cerfs, the Sleeping Volcano of Mauritius



Located at the steep embankment Trou Aux Cerfs, which is also known as Murrs Volcano is actually a latent or sleeping mesa. Measuring the core of around 305 m which is defined as crater by the scientist who believes that the dormant volcano of Mauritius can get active after an elapse of 1000 years is in fact is one of the prime attraction of the country.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Black River Gorges National Park, the Best Ecological Destination in Mauritius



Stretching over an area of about 60 km, the Black River Gorges National Park is located on the south-western part of Mauritius. It is the largest park and also the finest one that you can find in Mauritius. The park was declared as a national park in the year 1994 and later on was enlisted in the list of World Heritage Site by UNESCO, in the year 2006. 

Monday, March 10, 2014

Ganga Talao, the Religious Place for Hindus in Mauritius



Ganga Talao, which is also known as Grand Bassin is a crater lake that is considered to be the most sacred destination for Hindus in Mauritius. This religious site is situated at a remote mountain area of Savanne district, at the center of Mauritius. 

Monday, March 3, 2014

Incredible Heights of Pieter Both, Mauritius

Land of Mauritius which is renowned for its Island territory is equally celebrated for its summit which is unique in character and difficult in origin. Through this article today we are going to talk about an exponent beauty of the Pieter Both mountain of the Mauritius.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Chamarel – Mauritius only Mountain Village and an Abode of Natural Wonders

Named after the Frenchman Charles Antoine de Chazal de Chamarel who lived in this village in around 1800 AD, Chamarel is a village located in the southwest Mauritius. The village is renowned for two amazing natural wonders namely the colored earths of Chamarel and the Chamarel waterfalls both of which are scenic and mysterious enough to magnetize thousands and thousands of tourists from across the globe.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

The Might of Mauritius and Its Symphony


  Tee Off Mauritius

It is pretty understandable that during the course of your holiday you would expect
something different to see and after understanding your expectation we present to you Tea off Mauritius where you can actually invest time to explore the beauty of Golf course.