Tourism and attraction in Mauritius is a critical component of the Mauritian economy as well as a significant source of its foreign exchange revenues. The tourism industry is also a major economic pillar on the island of Rodriguez, however, tourism has not been matured in Agaléga Islands. Mauritius is mostly loved by tourist for its natural and man-made attractions, multi-ethnic and cultural diversity of the population, tropical climate, beautiful beaches, and water spaces.

Mauritius is a beautiful and eye lightning tourist place with full of fresh breeze and full of romance. It is mainly famous as the honeymoon spot for newlyweds. A beautiful and refreshing place you can also plan your vacation with your loved ones and friends as well.
There are so many things to do on this beautiful island
Here are the things which you can do in Mauritius; there are many attraction points in this beautiful country which definitely will take your heart.

• Île aux Aigrettes

This popular ecotourism terminus is a 26-hectare nature set aside on an island roughly 800m off the coast. It preserves very infrequent remains of the coastal forests of Mauritius and provides a sanctuary for a range of widespread and at-risk wildlife species. Visits are only feasible as part of a guided tour, and these leave from Pointe Jerome, close to Le Preskîl.

• Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens

It's also one of the most well-liked tourist attractions in Mauritius and easily outreaches from almost anywhere on the island.

• National History Museum

This museum contains some engrossing antiquity, including early maps of the island and paintings of Mauritius' original fauna including, of course, the dodo.

The list of attractions is very long and you should definitely visit these attractions with your loved ones, partner, and friends. You can book your trip with us and leave all the stress on us and you enjoy your trip apart from this we have packages also in detail contact us
The 7-colored earth of Chamarel, this world-famous attraction is a unique volcanic geological anomaly resulting in seven colors of earth swirled together to create a beautiful feature. Found in the brilliant region of Chamarel, this is a treasure not to be missed.

Chamarel rises 283 meters above sea level and is reached by a scenic route, which cuts through the luxurious tropical forest surrounding it. There are many places to stop to admire the charming view and take photos. One of these destinations is an 83-meter high waterfall.

After visiting there, you can take a trip to the village to see the picturesque Church of St. Anne which was built in 1876 and is a desired after featuring by visitors. This typical Mauritian village is well worth the deviation for its restaurants, and the drive back through the breathtaking Chamarel to Baie du Cap is magical.

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