Underwater waterfall of Mauritius

Google map showing location of underwater waterfall on the south west coast of Mauritius

The internet-made-famous underwater waterfall, is an amazing water drop-off found in the south west of the island, at Le Morne and faces the Brabant Mountain. It is an important area of the island and attracts tourists and islanders alike as it forms part of Read More

Formation of a volcanic island: Mauritius

Small grey and rugged volcano in the ocean spewing out grey clouds of volcanic materials.

The island of Mauritius was formed approximately 10 million years ago by volcanic eruption. In fact, the island itself is a volcano. The highest point, 550 m – 600 m above sea level, is the central plateau; from there on, the land gently slopes Read More