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General Information about Mauritius
Grand Bay
Peter Both
Mont Choisy
Martello Tower
Black River
Champ de Mars
Blue Bay
Cap Malheureux
Grand Bassin
Gris Gris
Trou aux Biches
Ile Aux Cerf
Pamplemousses Garden
Grand Port
Ilot Gabriel
Ile Plate
La Preneuse
Petite Riviere Noire
Le Souffleur
Trou d'eau Douce
mauritius accommodation guide
mauritius accommodation guide
The main land of Mauritius is surrounded by a number of islets, some of which are close to the coast and others far away, difficult of access. A few are now nature reserves with endemic wildlife, Round Island is a prime example. Other islands bear coconut plantations such as Ile Aux Benitiers, yet others are regularly visited by mauritians and tourists because of the beautiful beaches there, Ile Aux Cerfs is a case in point.
History and tips about Mauritius.
Barely 1865 kilometres square, the island of Mauritius is small by any standards. Yet it has a diversity of geographical features that makes the landscape always interesting to look at. Basically, the island is made up of undulating uplands varying in height from 300 metres to a maximum of 600 metres in the south. Numerous rivers flow to the sea fed entirely by rain fall.
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