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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...more
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It was a challenging hike but worth it...
It took 2.5 hours to get right uptop- 500 M above sea level and another hour or so to get back down with a guide from Yanature.
It's not for the faint of heart.
Before arriving here was reading some blog that 'til halfway is ok and then is hitting the difficult part. First part, like one hour is, is quite fine, puts your body to move but can be done by everyone. After the Yellow sign and after...More
It’s a great hike for people who are experienced in steep and technically-challenging hike. I would compare it to the Skeleton Gorge trail up Table Mountain in Cape Town, so a medium-to-difficult level hike. Don’t do it if you’re an inexperienced hiker, it’s not a...More
We walked from the riu resort and were out for 5.5 hours in total!
It’s a 4 hour hike for sure.
We didn’t get a guide as we weren’t planning to walk all the way up. However there weren’t any clear “half way” signs etc...More
As per the various reviews, the first part of the hike (about an hour from the base) is pretty simple.
The second part (after the sign that says Dangerous Climbing Ahead) is where the challenge is. Literally rock climbing using hands and legs. This is...More
Great morning activity. We were told to do at 7am but tooo many early mornings. We went 10 am did half the mountain and still had fun!
The half climb (which is still about 2km) is fine for all ages but it’s steep at points...More
We were told by a few people that this is a good hike to do so we thought we would give it a go. Most people including our hotel staff recommended we go with a guide but we were confident to go without one –...More