If you close your eyes and conjure up a picture of the perfect tropical island, surrounded by white sandy beaches, coral reefs, tranquil lagoons and swaying palm trees, you will have a pretty good picture of Mauritius. While most visitors to this Indian Ocean island come for the beaches and the water sports, there is no doubt that Mauritius is also blessed with some very dramatic inland landscape, several waterfalls and some most unusual flora and fauna for you to discover. The Black River Gorges National Park is a hilly enclave in the south west of the island that protects much of the remaining rainforest and provides a home for the endemic Mauritian Flying Fox and many species of endemic birds that only occur on this little remnant of paradise. Hidden within the Park are several waterfalls and cascades and hiking to the top viewpoint rewards one with majestic views of the island and beyond.
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