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NATURAL


BEAUTY SPOTS Laura French picks out some of the


e 38 Indian Ocean’s most enchanting sights


merald-green rainforests, electric-blue lagoons, sugar- white sands, smoking volcanoes… the Indian Ocean is a treasure trove when it comes to natural beauty spots across its


smorgasbord of islands. From meandering through mountains to tea-tasting in the hills, snorkelling


in marine reserves to swimming beneath waterfalls, there’s plenty to be getting on with for those after a side of scenery with their suntan. But where do you start when it comes to selling it? We’ve picked out some of the highlights to inspire you.


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1 LE MORNE BRABANT, MAURITIUS


Few sights are quite so stirring as Le Morne Brabant, the forested hump of a mountain that rises up from a ring of aqua-blue on the southwestern tip of Mauritius. Once a refuge for runaway slaves, today the Unesco-listed site is a hotspot for hikers, with a four-mile trail that takes in 360-degree views over the surrounding island. For those less into their hiking, the beach offers white, flour-soft sand and tropical palms jutting out on a secluded peninsula, as well as some of the best kitesurfing in Mauritius. Book it: Nearby resort Heritage Le Telfair, a 20-minute drive away, offers a hiking excursion to Le Morne for £60. Nightly rates at the hotel start at £93 per person. heritageresorts.mu


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PICTURES: Shutterstock; Dean Bentick/Inlighten Photography


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