The Mauritian Ocean Territory floor counts as much as over 600 ships remains comprising of wreckage, retirement, and war victims. The story of the Dalblair is another unfortunate shipwreck that occured in 1902. The "Dalblair" was a steel ship of 1474 tons built in 1895 in Scotland (town of … Continue reading
Mauritius island, being of volcanic origin, offers quite some natural wonders that many may have had the occasion to contemplate. Found in the district of Savanne, and forming part of the Old Terracine Sugar Estate (now Pepiniere), Rochester Falls is one of those famous attractions flowing from … Continue reading
The Village of Mahebourg, by definition, is named after the most successful governor of the island during the early french occupation period. Mahebourg (Mahé-Bourg), Mahe from Mahé de La Bourdonnais, and Bourg, the french definition to a town, was once chosen to be the main Port of the island … Continue reading
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Flic en Flac, previously written as 'Flic en Flacq', is since some years a faved public beach in Mauritius and for residents of the mid lands and the west, there is no better lagoon for swimming, and relaxing. That said, the village of Flic en Flac comprises of other inner regions and one of … Continue reading