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Discover all the treasures Mauritius and its wild Southern coast have to offer through our blog.
Since 2016, Mauritius has known a boom for mud runs. Each year since, expect to see swarms of excited adults dressed in a colourful assortment of costumes heading towards the south of the island, to the lands of Mon Trésor.
As the world resolutely moves towards a greater awakening concerning the environment and the need for more sustainability, Smart Cities have started to emerge.
Whether you’ve seen it in documentaries or saw pictures of its now famous underwater waterfall, you must already have grasped that Mauritius is an awesome place.
The south is generally full of cosy fishermen villages and Mahebourg is one of the most famous ones. It is no surprise that this village is home to a famous little seafood shack called “Chez François”.
Mauritians and foreigners alike talk about the south of the island with the same sparkle in the eye and an awe-inspired smile on the lips. The irresistible appeal of this region rests not only in its impressive landscape but also in what makes its essence: a beautiful mix of rich history, raw simplicity and everlasting authenticity.
There’s no other way around it: we all need to bring our contribution to a greener planet. As citizens, we usually take a couple of steps to be more environmental friendly in our daily lives but can overlook the importance of it when we are travelling.
The south of the island is widely known for its choppy cliffs with rugged waves crashing against them. This is mainly due to the Southeast Trade Winds that sculpted the outline of the wildest Mauritian coasts.