Le Morne is a peninsula at the extreme south-western tip of Mauritius. The presence of many caves and steep slopes, also coupled with a serene lagoon makes it a must see place to visit. It was also added to the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 2008.
Pointe aux Piments, located on the North-West coast of Mauritius, is situated between Grand Baie, the hub for nightlife in Mauritius, and Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius. This Mauritius based sea beach is also famous for sailing, wind surfing and many other adventure sports.
Turtle Bay, embraced by the gently swaying sugar cane fields and the warm turquoise water of the Indian Ocean, is located in the North-West Region of Mauritius. It's Marine Park, bordered by a reef running the length of the hotel coastline, is full of indigenous fish including star fish, grouper fish, grunt fish, lion fish, angel fish, and cat fish.