The ubiquitous banyan tree, Mauritius.
offers few sights, but here are the country's greatest things to do and see - after
Chamarel in southern Mauritius is a strange and fairly attractive region of eroded volcanic soils of varying colours. Tourists are not permitted to walk over the humps but use viewing platforms (for a price). There's an Adventure Park nearby and a waterfall. It's not really a must-see.
Grand Bassin's Ganga Talao Hindu site.
This is the best bet for an unusual cultural trip in Mauritius (especially if it's not raining!), an odd and colourful Hindu temple frequented by monkeys beside a lake writhing with large eels, and all monitored by serene, bizarre statues.
A drive through a sugar cane plantation.
A park lake featuring Victoria hybrids,
Plenty of bird life in Mauritius, this is a red-whiskered Bulbul.
Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius and not an attractive place. It's a non-sight but sadly en route from most of A to much of B.
That's the End of these Mauritius Pictures, hope you enjoyed the trip!