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'souffleur' meaning 'blower' - as others have said, in the right conditions the rock structure causes surges of water to blow up. I hear it is very impressive when it happens...I understand some of the rock structure has collapsed as you used to be able...More
Our road to the souffleur was a long one but at the end we found the place we wanted. Rocky and dangerous at some places (you can see that eventually the land will slide) but worth the trip there. You cant help but be admired...More
While staying at the Holiday Inn we hired a car and this was top of our to see list as we wanted to experience all that Mauritius had to offer. The drive takes you past a huge sugarcane processing factory and you know you are...More
Les Souffleurs is hard to find, on a really shocking road, but worth seeing if you time your arrival to coincide with high tide. The cliffs are pounded by the full force of the Indian Ocean and have undercut the rock. At high tide the...More
Amazing place if you like to take pictures. You have to spend a lot of time time to find Le Souffler and some reviewers reported a couple of inconveniences. It is up to you, whether it is worthy to spend time just to take a...More