Underwater Waterfall, Mauritius. The remote island in the Indian Ocean, 2,000 km (1,200 mi) away from Africa, is a very attractive tourist destination. The underwater waterfall, located on the southwestern shore, might serve as a signature of Mauritius. It isn’t an actual waterfall, but an optical illusion: the sediment of sand and silt create this dramatic site. The reason for this is that the island is relatively new and a formation of it is still present, causing an underwater slope.
Why to go there?
The tourists are offered to relax in the white sandy beaches and enjoy the warm water, explore the mountains, a reef and underworld world.
When to go there?
The weather is pleasant and beach-friendly all year round.
Visit: Mauritius Tourism