Marlin Creek

Address: 10 Ave Colonel Dean, Riviere Noire, Mauritius | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 10 Ave Colonel Dean, Riviere Noire, is near Zambezi River, Luangwa River, Ngonye Falls, and Lake Tanganyika.
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      Travel Blogs from Riviere Noire

      Leaving Africa

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Apr 22, 2014

      The included
      buffet breakfast was very extensive and we had a very quick transfer back to
      the airport where the driver reached 130km driving a minivan. The airport here
      is also very modern but also very big. The flight was 3 hours and we arrived
      in Mauritius after dark but we could definitely tell we were in the tropics
      because we stepped out into 27C and ...

      Touring the south east coast

      A travel blog entry by evietravel on Jul 03, 2013

      18 photos

      ... Andrew got in the water and had fun! The view of the sea from La Preneuse was superb! Check out the photos! It would have been nice to just sit there and soak in the view! We drove further south on our way to Rochester Falls. Dad who has lived in Mauritius for more than 50 years never visited the Fall. It took quite some time to get there and part of the road was just rocks and dirt and went through the sugar cane plantation. Who would have ...

      Back On Track

      A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on May 03, 2013

      ... shoe mood and wish for nothing to be on my feet. When I crossed a small wooden bridge that took me over s babbling brook, they came off.

      I arrived at the lookout point and gazed over the fence, lined with thick bushes. I gasped.

      Even through the rain and intense fog, it was a sight. The entire valley was green full of beautiful trees as far as I could see. Several natural waterfalls dropped off the ledge of a few cliffs. Nothing I could do could capture the beauty in ...

      Weeks 69 to 73 - The Paradise Of Mauritius

      A travel blog entry by juliestaub on Aug 29, 2012

      70 photos

      ... some swell! I called Laura who jumped at the chance to join me for a surf on the awesome surf spot - Dal. I stayed at the smaller end of the breaks and with Lauras help managed to catch a couple waves on my cousin Sebastien's long board - yey!! I was so exhausted from the great session that I ended up in bed by 8:30pm!

      Refreshed from an epic sleep, I went with papi to Port Louis to try and sort out my Mauritian passport. It ended up being a bit of a mission ...

      Into the Unknown

      A travel blog entry by meheksarin on Jul 10, 2012

      11 photos

      ... talking in our own native language. It was almost as if we were making a sensible conversation and could understand each other. We spoke like this for a long time. All languages, at one table, together. It was one of the more memorable and impactful events of my trip. After a long day we'd look forward to sitting with each other and sharing our experiences. I found that to be a great activity because I basically got to live their experiences along with my ...