Mauritius, the Indian Ocean island, is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. Offering tropical weather all year round, white sandy beaches, stunning waterfalls, temples filled with history and luscious green landscapes, it is no surprise Mauritius is a photographer’s dream.
To celebrate and promote the island’s stunning scenery Heritage Resorts, located in Bel Ombre in the preserved south of the island is hosting a new photo safari for guests led by the award-winning travel photographer Richard James Taylor. Running from 3rd– 5th December, and to be repeated again next year, the aim of the workshop is to help participants develop their photography skills through guided sessions whilst exploring the beautiful landscapes of the area. Throughout the 3-day workshop Richard will share his top tips and advice on topics such as compositional technique, both on location and in workshops. The group will be kept to 10 people to ensure everyone receives one-on-one advice.
Here are some of the locations that the photo safari will visit, plus some other locations that visitors can discover under their own steam, that showcase the very best of Mauritius.