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Le Morne Brabant

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Le Morne, Mauritius 742CU001
+230 5428 1909
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We took a guided tour up to be big cross on the top of the mountain a cloudy morning from 0630-1100... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Stockholm, Sweden
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A must do if in Mauritius

Relatively easy small mountain which was done in three hours from the hotel creaol and back. Half... read more

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Goch, Germany
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. Dicovering the Morne Brabant - The slave route The Morne Brabant is a mountain of the south-west of Mauritius, on the peninsula of the Morne. Declared World Heritage by UNESCO since July 6, 2008, the site is a sanctuary for runaway slaves and is a strong cultural and patrimonial symbol for every Mauritian. Being on private land, Le Morne Brabant is one of the most preserved and wildest mountains of the island. It includes a multitude of endemic species, such as the rare Trochetia Boutonania, and its red flaming flower. The hike to the summit of Morne Brabant lasts between three and four hours, depending on the homogeneity of the group. Once on top, we discover the breathtaking panoramic views on the west and south-west lagoons and part of of the island.
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“half way” (11 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Le Morne, Mauritius 742CU001
+230 5428 1909
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We took a guided tour up to be big cross on the top of the mountain a cloudy morning from 0630-1100 including the pick up and drop off at our hotel. The group was 8 persons with two guides. The first hour walk was easy...More

Thank sgrimmy
Reviewed yesterday

Relatively easy small mountain which was done in three hours from the hotel creaol and back. Half way up the mountain towards the summit is a little more challenging and isn't suitable for children or people who struggle with heights but the majority of the...More

Thank Sophianrob
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

If you are planing a trip in Mauritius, Morne it's a must! I do not like climing, i'm a beach fan and in my vacation i prefer relaxing not climing. But I am happy than we visit Morne! The views are breathtaking, and the climing...More

Thank AndaNedelciu
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We picked a cloudy day although it was still very hot. The walk for the first part is ok and there were a few idiots in flip flops, but we'd advise your walking shoes, as quite a lot of loose rocks. Fantastic viewing areas as...More

Thank Dani S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went on an excursion to Le Morne mountain. The view from the top is beautiful. It took us 1 hour and 45 minutes to climb only. But it was worth it.

Thank patchoo16
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited in the late afternoon. We did not do a tour or someting. But it was great to see this mountain if you know the histotie. Would have loved to have done a tour. I do think there are some opportunities for Mauritius to...More

Thank Lindatjuhhh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is an amazing Hike. A 2 hour hike with some challenging vertical climbs. Although definitely reachable for an amateur. The views all the way up are simply breathtaking. You see the whole South Coast and I would recommend stopping at each of the look...More

Thank Zubair S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

So having read the many reviews on here we decided for the cost of approx £30 pp it was worth using a guide! We used a company recommend from this wed site called Yanature(see separate review) We started at 7 am before the sun came...More

Thank raquelSheffield
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

really nice for those who like adrenaline and trekking mode...hard but amazing with the view on top..surely water bottles is a must!!!

Thank Fuzzy337
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The trip is not very difficult untill the moment when you have to climb so you can go with children there. I didn't climb but believe me the view is woth to see. The rout takes less than one hour but what you cann see...More

Thank CatherinneP
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20 October 2017|
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Response from SucroseObsession | Reviewed this property |
Time up is probably about right. There's pictures of what it looks like for you to decide. I didn't feel it was particularly worth it going up to the green gate. Its nice and something to do that's not a beach, that's all... More
13 October 2017|
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Response from WITHIES | Reviewed this property |
The trip is well worth doing, the first half of the walk is relatively easy, although it is uphill. It does get a bit harder once you have gone through the gate, but only ascending a rocky path and is quite safe! The views... More
Grace T
13 October 2017|
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Response from TravellerLion | Reviewed this property |
The gate is now locked and they took away the ropes to climb up. If you are adventurous you can climb over the gate or pay the guard who has a little hut around 300n from the gate a little tip and he will unlock the door... More