Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island nation, is known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs. The mountainous interior includes Black River Gorges National Park, with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking trails and wildlife like the flying fox.
- Trou Aux Biches - For those who love snorkeling and swimming, Trou Aux Biches should be the first place to visit in Mauritius. With gentle sands shelving calm, shallow and clear water, this is an ideal place for a beach picnic with family and friends.
- Belle Mare Plage - For early risers, Belle Mare Plage beach in Mauritius is a good choice to enjoy the sunrise. Take a dip while the sun comes up; you would be glad to add Belle Mare Plage beach to your list of must-visit tourist attractions in Mauritius.
- Ile Aux Cerfs - Travelers from across the world come to Ile Aux Cerfs beach in Mauritius to spend time with folks and friends. Mostly jam packed during the weekend, it can be fun if sand and sun make a good combo for you.
- Pereybere - The Pereybere beach is quite popular among travelers. Keep it in your list of ‘places to see in Mauritius’, if you love deep sea diving and snorkeling.
- La Cambuse - Actually, you can’t be confused about which ones to pick among popular tourist attractions in Mauritius, if adventurous sports pump your adrenaline. Keep La Cambuse beach as a must visit.
- Le Morne - Le Morne beach is best for those who love water sports. Backed by Le Morne Mountain, it is a perfect place for swimming.
- Ile Aux Cerfs - A large outer isle of Mauritius, Iles Aux Cerfs is located off its East Coast, with spectacular white sandy beaches, palm trees and waters of all shades of blue.
- La roche qui pleure /Le Souffleur - This place is simply amazing, superb, relaxing and inspiring. Unique big waves crashing against the volcanic cliffs. The rocks being porous will make you hear, at each backslash, the rocks breathing. An amazing and sole experience everyone should see and enjoy.