1. Hike up Le Morne
Le Morne is a mountain situated on the extreme Southwestern tip of Mauritius. This majestic mountain is home to a cross memorial, honouring the gruesome history that occurred in its presence. Historically, slaves would straggle up the craggy crevices of Le Morne, just to throw themselves off as an act of rebellion against their masters. In 2008, UNESCO crowned Le Morne as a World Heritage Site.
2. Take a stroll through Pamplemousse Park
Pamplemousse is a breath-taking park that showcases an incredible collection indigenous and exotic flora from all over the world. It’s easy to lose track of time strolling around in this idyllic park, with luscious palm trees shielding you from the scorching island sun.
3. Indulge in Mauritius' local cuisine
Mauritian cuisine consists of a unique mix between African, Indian & Chinese food. You will find locals selling delectable locally produced foods and snacks around every corner, one bite and you’ll feel how the island’s vibrance even translate into their food.