Sam & Cha
Sam & Cha
We just want to share all the beauty and wonder of Mauritius.
A genuine sneak peek of the most beautiful things Mauritius island has to offer.
Sam & Cha
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Depuis : 25/11/2015
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Another small bird species introduced in Mauritius a long time ago. Not a great picture but I like the way he's looking at the camera.
I don't know his proper name but everyone is calling it the "King Kong" mountain, for obvious reason. This shot was taken early in the morning as we were sailing to the north onboard a catamaran for the day.
This photo blog was inaugurated 6 month ago with a picture of a white lioness from Casela Park. Today I'm giving you another close-up shot of her... Such a beautiful animal.
This species of deer was introduced in 1639 by a Netherland governor. You can cross the path of many herds like this one in the hunting domain of Bel Ombre.
If you liked this post from Novembre showing you the pool of the Shanti's Spa, you will surely enjoy this sundown view of the main pool.
This one just makes me laugh as they were very well synchronised... ^^
The hunting season has just started yesterday. As we didn't went back to Bel Ombre yet, i'm giving you this close-up shot taken a few weeks ago. Pretty nice, right ?
This is the 1st thing you will come across when arriving to the crater lake of Grand Bassin from this road. Mangal Mahadev is the tallest statue in Mauritius, a 33 m (108 ft)-tall Hindu god called Shiva standing at the entrance of the temple since 2007. Very impressive work !
This one was standing alone, not that far from us and pretty calm. You can notice the front antlers (i don't know the proper word for it) are splitted, which as I heard is not very common.
Probably one of the most iconic place of Mauritius, the Morne is a peninsula overhung by a monolith over 560 meters (1820 ft) high. The site is registered in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 2008. The peninsula was known to be a refuge for runaway slaves in the early 19th century. When the abolition of slavery was declared on 1 February 18