Luxury villas in Mauritius West
Dream holidays in Mauritius
Western Mauritius is the driest region. Here, the landscapes follow one another and one in a wild savannah. Generally protected from the wind, the West of Mauritius enjoys lush and thriving natural landscapes with sublime national parks and beautiful nature reserves. In the West, you can also find quiet lagoons for swimming or trying out watersports.
A safari-like getaway
A true paradise for nature lovers, the West of Mauritius offers a great diversity of landscapes, all more splendid than the next. In particular, the Black River Gorges National Park is one of the most beautiful ecotourism attractions in the region. Covering nearly 8,000 hectares, this park is home to an exceptional flora and fauna. Continue the journey to the lands of Chamarel that wave like desert dunes. Here, pink blends with orange: a real treat for the eyes! Be amazed by this rainbow of colours. The Tamarin Saltworks, meanwhile, are famous throughout the world because they produce 1500 tons of salt each year. Off the beaten track, the Salines de Tamarin offer new landscapes to discover with the family. It is even possible to swim with the dolphins and watch cascading and towering waterfalls!
Natural and preserved beaches: Flic en Flac and the others
In the west of Mauritius, you will also find beautiful beaches, mostly preserved and unspoilt. Here you will find turquoise blue lagoons and white sand! In particular, during your stay on the island, stop at Flic en Flac. This small fishing village has remained authentic through time. You almost pay no attention to the resorts that are built next to this beautiful beach. On the contrary, nature dominates and makes Flic en Flac a magical place. Scuba dive to explore the unique seabeds of the region or swim with dolphins for an unusual experience! On your way back, make a stop in the Casela animal park where you can go to meet wild animals such as lions, zebras and ostriches.
Then join the fishing villages of Case Noyale and La Gaulette, perfect for discovering the Mauritian life and meeting the locals. These two sites are also fantastic starting points to reach Benitiers Island by boat. Surrounded by a turquoise lagoon, this island will offer you an enchanting setting not to be missed!