Black River Gorges National Park
A walk through the Black River Gorges National Park is a remedy for the one who lost their love for nature. One step into the park is a sweet remembrance of the remarkable beauty Allah placed on Earth. The Black River Gorges National Park perseveres Mauritius’ rainforest that takes up approximately 2% of the island. From rocky hills to ancient trees, the park is home to over 200 flowering plants and nine endemic species of birds including three of which are endangered, the Mauritius kestrel, echo parakeet, and the pink pigeon. Watch out for the wild boar, rusa deer, macaque monkeys and the hungry pig looking for something to munch on. Stay alert for the 4000 giant bats that are roaming around. Ease your nerves from the sound of the waterfall while breathing in the sweet aroma of the tea fields. A trip to the Black Gorges National Park is an eye opener to the great wonders of nature. Do not miss out on this great opportunity.