Trou aux Cerfs is a dormant volcano with a well-defined cone and crater. It is 605 m high and located in Curepipe, Mauritius. The crater has been alternately described as 300 and 350 meters in diameter, and is 80 meters deep. The crater was formed less than 2 million years ago in the second phase of volcanic activity that created Mauritius. According to experts, the volcano is currently dormant but could become active at any time within the next thousand years ...Read More
The city's most imposing boulevard, Place d'Armes' is lined with royal palms and leads up to Government House, a beautiful French-colonial structure dating from 1738. Outside there's a typically solemn statue of Queen Victoria in full 'we are not amused' mode. The statue of Mahé de Labourdonnais at the quayside end of the avenue has become Port Louis' emblem throughout Mauritius.
The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, is a popular tourist attraction in Pamplemousses, near Port Louis, Mauritius, and the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere. Famous for its long pond of giant water lilies, the garden was first constructed by Pierre Poivre in 1770, and it covers an area of around 37 hectares.
The park was created in 1985, and its name honors the old vine cultivated in the valley where the reserve of 3.5 hectares is located. Mauritian hospitality, conservation of nature, and welfare of the animals are privileged in this magical setting, where our guides will take you on an unforgettable visit of the reserve, and where you will be able to imagine what Mauritius was like hundreds of years ago.
La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park is operational since 4th of July 1998 and is actively engaged in the business of eco-tourism. The discovery of the 23 colored earth in the late 90’s, displayed in bands and domes within the domain, constitutes a unique geological feature in this part of the world. This feature, the very signature of La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park is a major landmark in the continuous development of the tourism industry of Mauritius. The fascinating attractions of the Nature Park, spreads over some 450 acres of land and revolves around the indigenous fauna and flora that abound in the park. The range of natural landscapes, with its plateaus, plains, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, pools and ponds, unfolding inside this green amphitheater provides an unforgettable experience for visitors. ...Read More
Île aux Cerfs Island, known in English as the deer island is an island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq district. This paradise island of Mauritius constitutes of around 100 hectares of land. Nowadays there are no more deers on the island, but you will find there some of the worlds beautiful beaches and as such it is one of the must place to visit and see in Mauritius. Ile Aux Cerfs is famous for its sandy beaches, beautiful lagoon and big selection of activities and facilities. In Ile Aux Cerfs you are sure to have a day of relaxation and fun on one of the picture-postcard beaches, and to enjoy a swim and snorkelling in the lagoon. ...Read More
Ganga Talao is a crater lake situated in a secluded mountain area in the district of Savanne, deep in the heart of Mauritius. It is about 1800 feet above sea level. The first group of pilgrims who went to Ganga Talao were from the village of Triolet and it was led by Pandit Giri Gossayne from Terre Rouge in 1898. It is considered the most sacred Hindu place in Mauritius
Situated at a height of 100 meters atop the hill of Petite Montagne is a fort called Citadel also known as Fort Adelaide named after the wife of William II when British owned the land in Port Louis. The fort is located at a prominent place that enables you to have a look at the harbor as well as the whole city of Port Louis. The magnificent Fort was built in the 19th century, designed by Colonel Cunningham. Built with an intention of providing security to the British Army from the approaching enemy, many Indian and African slaves had put in their full hearted effort to construct the amazing Fort. ...Read More
The Champ de Mars Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse race track in Port Louis, Mauritius. The Racecourse was inaugurated on 25 June 1812, by The Mauritius Turf Club which was founded earlier in the same year by Sir Robert Townsend Farquhar, who was the first British Governor of Mauritius. The Mauritius Turf Club is the oldest horse-racing club in the Southern Hemisphere and the second oldest in the world. The race track follows a very selective right hand oval path and is relatively small in size, with a circumference of 1,298 meters and width between 12 and 14 meters. ...Read More
Chamarel is a village in Mauritius located in Rivière Noire District, the eastern part of the village also lies in the Savanne District. The village is administered by the Chamarel Village Council under the aegis of the Rivière Noire District Council. Today it is primarily known for its scenic locations and nature attractions in its neighbourhood, among them are the Seven Coloured Earths, the Chamarel Falls, Ebony Forest Chamarel and the Black River Gorges National Park. The surrounding area is also known for its locally grown coffee. Chamerel's church Saint Anna was built is 1876 and is subject to a pilgrimage on the Assumption of Mary, during which the village hosts a fair associated with the pilgrimage as well. ...Read More
Le Caudan Waterfront is a commercial development in Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius. It includes shops, banking facilities, casinos, cinemas, restaurants, a marina and a five star hotel. The name of Le Caudan Waterfront comes from a famous figure of the past, Jean Dominique Michel de Caudan, who came to former Isle de France from Languedoc. He started a saltpan in 1726, close to a small bay in the southwest of Port-Louis. This area, now known as the Robert Edward Hart Garden, is situated on the entrance road to Le Caudan Waterfront. ...Read More
The Casela World of Adventures, repeatedly described as the leading attraction in Mauritius, is a scenic nature park situated besides the Rempart Mountain on the island’s distinctive southwest region. The dynamic and vibrant park stands out for its diversity of leisure activities including authentic safari tours, speedy rides on off-road vehicles and extreme adventuress taking you up in the air and above the forested lands. Casela World of Adventures form part of the Yemen Reserve. The 4, 500-hectare reserve hosts two of the longest rivers on the island - Rivière du Rempart and Tamarin River, and is a haven for indigenous and exotic species. ...Read More
Located at Trou aux Biches in the north-western part of Mauritius Island, Blue Safari Mauritius offers you a unique undersea adventure in the magnificent waters outside this coastal village. These remarkable underwater adventures can be experienced by anyone who wants to explore the splendid and diverse marine life of Mauritius in the safest way possible. There are only 12 leisure submarine operations in the world, and Blue Safari Mauritius is the only one, not only in Mauritius but in the entire Indian Ocean. Even if you are not a swimmer or diver, you can still enjoy the bountiful marine ecosystem through a breath-taking 35 metres dive in a submarine or a 3-4 metres dive in a subscooter. A blissful treat indeed! ...Read More
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