If you are fond of watching rare bird species and fauna, you must visit this national park in Mauritius. The park comprises an area of 16,244 hectares. The landscapes of Black River Gorges are literally marvelous. One can see fruits like privet, Chinese guava, animals like Mauritian flying fox, rusa deer, birds like parakeets, Mauritius kestrel and pink pigeon are some of the best ones.
Being one of the famous UNESCO World Heritage sites, Le Morne Brabant is a peninsula in Mauritius. The beach houses a single standing basaltic rock which is 1821 feet high above the sea level. This wonderful vicinity is encircled by lagoons. Some of the rarest species of plants like Trochetia boutoniana and Mandrinette can be found here.
Le Chateau de Labourdonnais is home to some of eye catching gardens, distillery, museum, and a restaurant. The place is highly influenced by the unique beauty of Italian neo-classical architectural style.