Hawaii is actually the name of the entire state that groups this archipelago of islands paradise lost in the Pacific Ocean. The archipelago is composed of more than 130 islands, including 6 main islands: Oahu, Hawaii or “the Big Island”, Maui, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai – followed by Niihau and Kahoolawe.
Each island is different and has its own interest, with the Kauai cliffs, the coasts of Waikiki Beach on Ohau, the sandy stretches of Papohaku Beach on Molokai, the crystal clear waters and dolphins of Hulopoe Bay on Lanai,Volcanoes of Hawaii The Big Island
Bamboo Forest, Haleakala National Park, Maui
The Queen’s Bath, Kauai
Sea cliffs of Molokai
Glass Beach, Kauai
Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees
Sweetheart Rock, Lanai
Annual lantern floating memorial ceremony, Ala Moana Beach, Oahu
The top of Mauna Kea, Big Island
Banzai Pipeline, Oahu
Eau Bleue Waterfall is simply amazing and offer a magical view of the wild side of Mauritius island. Named after its turquoise ponds, Eau Bleue Waterfall is a must for nature lovers.
Located on the southeast of Mauritius island, Eau Bleue Waterfall with its breathtaking views only 20 minutes from Curepipe is perfect for a day off the beaten path for a weekend getaway and a must things to do in Mauritius.
How to reach eau Bleue waterfall
Eau bleu waterfall situated on the Central Plateau, 20 minutes from the town of Curepipe, Eau Bleu, also called Cascade Rama sources off the Eau Bleu reservoir, in central south of the island
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Eau Bleue was named after its stunning azure color and the purity and clarity of its water. What explains this unique and natural color? During summer, Eau Bleue is supplied by underground water springs which give the river and the ponds that turquoise glare.
If you want to discover all the five waterfalls, do equip yourselves with suitable clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses and closed shoes. You also need to possess an average fitness level in order to hike in the area. Watch out for steep paths or paths covered with thick vegetation and roots. The area also becomes slippery during the raining season.