Located in the southwest of Mauritius, the Black River Gorges National Park hosts a multitude of mammals and birds in a forest of nearly 70 km2. 60km of footpaths will allow you to discover this natural richness and reach the summit of the Piton de la Petite Rivière Noire.
It is possible to cross the national park by travelling on the main road.
information and sale of cards (Rs 5) in Pétrin or Grande Rivière Noire.
Island of the Aigrettes
Situated off Mahébourg, in the southeast of Mauritius, Île aux Aigrettes is an island of 26 hectares and classified as a "nature reserve" since 1965. The island has since been the subject of an important protection plan in order to restore the richness of its fauna and flora. To get there and enjoy a guided tour, the departure is from Pointe Jérôme.
Booking recommended at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (230) 631 2396, or (230) 5258 8139.
Mauritius is a volcanic island with many breathtaking summits, which can be conquered alone or with a guide.
Among the most famous climbs: Le Morne Brabant (555m - 3h - medium difficulties), Piton de la Rivière-Noire and la Chaîne de Moka (their difficulties vary according to the paths used), Lion Mountain (480m) Three Mamelles, Le Pouce, etc.
The landscape and waterways in Mauritius created opportunities for canyoning and discovering beautiful sites.
Vertical World offers excursions to Tamarin Falls, 7 Cascades or Eau Bleu for activities that include jumping off a cliff, climbing, swimming and walking amongst other activities. Their activities are mainly for thrill seekers.
Natural Park of Bras d’eau
Bras d'Eau is a nature reserve of 497 hectares, and includes the reserve of Mare Sarcelles. The "Coq des bois" trail, although marked out, sometimes gives the impression of being in a labyrinth. An easy trail, to do with family or friends.
Open from 9 am to 5 pm – Tel.: (+230) 410 5362.