Hiking

There are plenty of mountain trails to hike in Mauritius. These exciting adventures with an experienced guide will allow you to capture expansive views stretching across the interior of the island and down to the shoreline and the sea.

  • Authentic and unspoilt nature

    Connect deeply with nature and recharge your batteries while hiking. Enjoy this eco-friendly and sustainable activity savouring every step of this off-the-beaten track adventure.

  • Hike the World Heritage mountain Le Morne Brabant

    Le Morne Brabant is one of the most iconic hikes on the island with spectacular views of southwestern corner of the island. It was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008 in recognition of its function as a refuge for freed slaves in the 19th and early 20th century.

  • This hike is a must for any visitor of Mauritius

    The Black River Gorges is worth visiting for all trekkers, as well as for the pure nature lovers and bird-watchers. The Black River Gorges is the largest national park in Mauritius.

  • Hiking to Tamarind Fall with its breathtaking views.

    The Tamarind Falls (also known as Tamarin Falls or 7 cascades) are a beautiful attraction of the southwest of Mauritius. Popular for its beautiful surroundings and unspoilt nature, the Tamarind fall is an astonishing albeit hard-to-reach area.