The southwest coast of Mauritius, between authenticity and wild nature!
Southern Mauritius has incredible resources: a wild and authentic coast, mountains, breathtaking beaches… To discover the South, some activities such as kitesurfing and hiking have become a must. Here is everything you need to fully enjoy the beauty of the landscapes during a road trip!
Le Morne Brabant, a mythical mountain classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008, is a must-see in the South of Mauritius. To get the best glimpse of it, you can go for a horse ride. Wonder and disconnection warranty!
Kitesurfing, one of the most popular activity in southern Mauritius
In Le Morne, La Prairie or in Baie du Cap, experienced and amateur alike meet for kitesurfing sessions!
This sport combining windsurfing and sailing is ideal for fully enjoying the southwest coast of the island. Note that the best time to practice kitesurfing is from April to November.
More activities not to be missed!
Visit the Telfair garden in Souillac
The sound of the waves, the songs of birds and the hundred-year-old trees, make the Telfair garden a haven of serenity in the heart of southern Mauritius.
Riding an electric bike
With or without a guide, the electric bike rides are pleasant without too much effort and allow the visitors to appreciate the landscapes of the Southwest!
Swimming at Saint-Félix beach
This fine sandy beach is perhaps one of the most paradisiacal in all of Mauritius. Both Mauritians and tourists are amazed by this postcard landscape!
“Debout entre les Plaines-Wilhems et la Rivière-Noire, dominant de loin la mer, et dressée vers le ciel, couleur de clématite, la voici, ce matin, bleuâtre et verte, modelée comme un visage humain, estompée de nuages vermeils.” - Robert Edward Hart
A hiker's paradise
Southern Mauritius is ideal for hiking enthusiasts: Morne Brabant, Lion Mountain, Black River National Park...
Through these hikes, you can discover the magnificent landscapes of the Southwest coast, between mountain, forest and beach.