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A natural geographical volcanic outcrop, the island of Mauritius is home to more than just beaches and lagoon. The island boasts of a vast variety of unique natural topography including caves, waterfalls and even volcanic craters. The most popular tourist attraction of Curepipe, Trou Aux Cerfs is a dormant volcanic crater, where you can stand on the rim of the crater and look deep down into the pit of the now-dormant volcano.
Trou Aux Cerfs is famous not just because of its inward view, but because of its outside view as well, because one look out towards the ocean gives you a panoramic 360 degree of the entire island and the miles of water surrounding it. The bowl of the crater is densely forested, and it is a favourite hangout for walkers and joggers, not just for tourists but the locals as well.
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