Timings : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Major islands on the Southern coast of Mauritius were formed centuries ago by waves breaking against the cliffs. One among these is la Souffler, which was created when the rough sea crashed against hot lava rocks. So natural springs are a common sight here. The island's half-formed grotto-like structure has a natural geyser fountain which spouts water up to 20m high, one of the best views you wouldn't want to miss. The impressive cliff is situated between Souillac and Blue Bay and can be reached from L’Escalier.
The island doesn't have many activities to indulge in. You can go there and visit the cliff, that will be worth the adventure. When you head a little bit more than 1 km to the eastern side of the island, you will come across Pont Naturel, the naturally formed bridge.
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