Travelling Lady Golfer

Discover South Mauritius

The Beautiful South.

You’re away golfing or you’re a non-golfer and looking for something else to do, something truly spectacular that can only be found in Mauritius.

Ask a Mauritian which is the best side of the island for great beaches, some might say the North and some might say the South.

We’ve shown you North, now we will show you South – so you can decide for yourselves.

Macondé is a viewpoint on a hairpin bend around a jutted out piece of land into the ocean, climb a few steps to really appreciate the wonderful Indian Ocean.

This sweet island of sugar cane galore, with maybe a obvious by-product in the early days of Rum.  Now a full blown industry, Mauritian rum is to be revered. Rhumerie de Chamarel is definitely worth visiting, if only for the tasting experience! 

In the same region is Chamarel waterfalls, seven coloured earth, the Ebony Forest and Alexandra Falls – all showing you a side to Mauritius, you might not think about when conjuring up images of a tropical island.

Dine at Le Chamarel restaurant with is stunning views drawing the eye down to the far reaching views of the oceanside, or at the authentic Kaz’alala who produced the best Mauritian authentic food we tasted (more to come on this)

Finish your trip around the Beautiful South with a peaceful visit to Le Morne Heritage Trust, a garden dedicated to aid thoughtful processing of the horrific slave trade years.

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