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Grand Baie is a classy and a cosmopolitan town located in Rivière du Rempart District, which lies towards northwest of Mauritius. Excellent beaches, scintillating nightlife and shopping; this town has everything you need for a perfect holiday.
Chamarel Coloured Earth
Chamarel is a small village and a major tourist spot located in the south-western region of the country. What makes this place unique and a must-do in every traveller’s guidebook is the seven coloured layers of sand. It is a unique phenomenon that charms and attracts people from far.
Casela Nature Park
Casela Nature Park is the ideal location to spend a leisurely day with your family and friends. Located in the western part of Mauritius, this park is a favourite with kids. Spread over 14 hectares of land, the Casela Nature Park is home to exotic flowers and plants, more than 150 species of birds and rare animals.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Le Morne is symbolic of history, and identity of Mauritius. This is the place where slaves would hide while trying to escape and so commemorates the struggle against slavery.
Downtown Port Louis
The business and administrative capital of Mauritius, Port Louis is a beautiful town. You must visit Champ de Mars, the oldest racecourse in the Indian Ocean region where official flag-raising ceremony marking independence of Mauritius was held in 1968.
Ganga Talao or the Grand Bassin is an important pilgrimage site. It is a natural lake within an extinct volcano crater. According to a mythological story it is believed that the water here is sourced from the sacred Ganges River in India.
Rodrigues, popularly known as the jewel in the crown of the Mascarene Islands, is just a short flight from Mauritius. This mountainous island, away from the hustle-bustle of a typical tourist destination, is a treat for sea lovers. The expansive lagoon with differing shades of blue will sweep you off.
Ile Aux Cerfs
The Ile Aux Cerfs Island, also known as the Deer Islands in English is an island located near the east coast of Mauritius. Surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean, this gorgeous island is spread over 100 hectares of land and is home to some of the most beautiful beaches. Popular for its beautiful beaches, serene lagoons and a plethora of activities and water sports, Ile Aux Cerfs is definitely a must visit.
Located towards the south of Mauritius on the Savanne River, the most fascinating feature of the Rochester Falls are the lava rocks, which is the result of years of erosion and which appear like rectangular blocks glued together.
Champ De Mars, Race Course
The second oldest race course in the world, the Champ De Mars used to be a military training area until the Turf Club was found here in 1812. It was at the Champs De Mars that the Independence of Mauritius was proclaimed in 1968.
Notre Dame Auxiliatrice
The Notre Dame Auxiliatrice is a beautiful little Catholic church located in Cap Malheureux. Easily recognisable because of its red, sloping roof the Notre Dame Auxiliatrice is one of the most popular churches in the region and is definitely a must visit when in the area. The church also offers stunning views of the island and the ocean.
Blue Bay Marine Park
Blue Bay Marine park is essentially an underwater park which is home to many beautiful corals, fish and other underwater life. Possessing an extremely distinct sea bed, the marine park is also a popular diving spot in Mauritius.
Casela Nature and Leisure Park
Located in the Western part of Mauritius, the Casela Nature Park is spread over an area of 14 hectares. The park is home to over 1500 birds and over 150 species of animals and reptiles such as lions, monkeys and the giant turtle.
The Chamarel Waterfalls cascade down beautifully from a height of 83 metres and are formed by the St. Denis River. Surrounded by lush green, the Chamarel Waterfalls are one of the most popular waterfalls in Mauritius and are a popular tourist attraction.
Blue Penny Museum
The Blue Penny Museum is a stamp museum in Port Louis. The most popular artefacts in this museum are two of the rarest stamps in the world- the red one penny and the blue two-pence stamps which were issued in 1847.
Ilot Gabriel Beach
Ilot Gabriel Beach on Ile De Gabriel is an island near Mauritius surrounded by the beautiful turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. There are many boat and catamaran tours which can take you to Ilot Gabriel Beach for the day.
Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
The Pamplemousse Botanical Garden is more popularly known as the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden and is named after the first Prime Minister of Mauritius. These gardens are one of the oldest botanical gardens in the southern hemisphere and remain a very popular tourist attraction in Mauritius.
Trou aux Cerfs
Trou aux Cerfs is a dormant volcano located in Curepipe. The volcano has a cone and crater and experts believe that the volcano could become active in the coming thousand years.
Le Moren Brabant
Le Moren Brabant is essentially a peninsular located at the south-western tip of Mauritius. A popular tourist attraction, the Le Morne Brabant is instantly recognisable because of a monolith measuring 556 metres above sea level. The peak of the monolith is spread over an area of 12 hectares, covered in greenery and houses many caves.
Perched on top of the hill Petite Montague, the Citadel Fort is located at a height of 100 metres. Also known as the Adelaide Fort (named after the wife of William II, when the British held land in Port Louis), the fort offers stunning views of the harbour and the entire city of Port Louis.
Black River Gorges National Park
The Black River Gorges National Park is Mauritius’s only national park and is made up of dense forest spread over 3.5% of the island’s surface. The national park is home to over 300 species of plants and nine species of birds which are found only in Mauritius, including the famous Pink Pigeon which had gone extinct. Adventure enthusiasts can enjoy hiking and birdwatchers will be delighted by the constant flutter and chirping of birds
Aapravasi Ghat, translated as Immigrant Depot is located in Port Louis and is a building which was used to receive contracted labour from India. The building was built in 1849 and till 1923; half a million labourers passed tough the Aapravasi Ghat to work in plantations across the British Empire. Due to this large scale migration of Indian workers has descended from Indian roots.
Ile Aux Aigrettes Island
Located 850 metres off the coast of the Mahebourg Bay, the Ile Aux Aigrettes Island is an island made up of coral limestone and remains a popular tourist attraction in Mauritius. In 1965 the Ile Aux Aigrettes was declared a Nature Reserve and is managed by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation since 1986.
Domaine Les Pailles
A sugarcane plantation at one time, the Domaine Les Pailles has now been transformed into cultural centre. On the premises you will find horse-drawn carriages, a replica of an ox-driver sugar mill, a miniature railway, a rum distillery, a spice garden, a children’s play-ground and an area dedicated to quad biking.