Adventure and Hiking in Mauritius

So you have climbed Kilimanjaro with us and want to make the most of your time in the area. You have options, you can join one of our safaris, relax on the beach in Zanzibar go to South Africa. Why not take a trip to the unique Mauritius.

There is a great company offer amazing adventures across the Island. I highly recommend getting in touch with Horazis. They provide quality and meditative hiking and trekking tours in Mauritius, also known as Paradise Island.

Mauritius is a volcanic island, one of the best holiday destinations in the world. Dreamy landscapes, tropical beaches, the turquoise blue lagoon, the luxurious hotels and the majestic mountains. There are a huge number of people who would not only visit Mauritius for the tropical vibes but also for adventure such as hiking, climbing and surfing.

“Mauritius was made first, and then heaven; and that heaven was copied after Mauritius.” – Mark Twain

They specialize in running tours to the most magical locations of the island.  Including Le Morne Brabant, Tamarind Falls, Le Pouce, Pieter Both, Wild South and many more. Having conquered most of the peaks the island has to offer, they organize up to 2 hiking tours per day.  One in the morning and the other in the afternoon, all year round. Intensively trained in the Himalayas, Kevin is a certified grade “A” mountaineer who follows his passion to the next level. After leading more than 100 hiking and trekking tours. Most tours are in the center and southern parts of Mauritius with people from all around the world. They still stick to one of their main priorities; safety.

Trekking Tamarind Falls

Tamarind falls, also known as 7 Cascades is one of the most beautiful and serene places of Mauritius. If you are a nature lover or an adventurer, explore each and every waterfall of the Tamarind Falls and you’re guaranteed to be amazed! Unlike the common and easiest way to explore the 7 Cascades, the trek begins off the beaten track where you will be heading to the bottom of all the connected waterfalls. As from there you will be trekking into the wild and lush greenery of the Tamarind Falls, filled with exotic plants and birds.

The trek includes both walking in the woods, near the water, multiple river crossing and few rock scrambling areas which can be tackled by both beginner and expert trekkers. Enough time will be available to relax and enjoy the astonishing views of the waterfalls. You may also go for a refreshing swim in the natural pools or make yourself comfortable and enjoy a natural relaxing massage under specific waterfalls.

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