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Mauritius Things To Do

On your holidays to Mauritius, make sure you visit some local landmarks and attractions.

The Red Roof Church in Cap Malheureux - Popular landmark set in striking scenery.

Port Louis' Chinatown - Renowned for its bustling streets lined with vibrant Chinese restaurants. A must-visit during your Mauritius holidays.

Eureka - One of the largest and well-preserved colonial mansions on the island.

Black River Gorges National Park - Spread across 6,574 hectares, the park is a must see during your Mauritius holidays. It is, now, home to more than three hundred species of flowering plants as well as nine bird species unique to Mauritius, including the famous pink pigeon.

Casela Bird Park - Stretches over 25 hectares and home to more than 140 birds’ species and over 2500 birds from all five continents.

Ile aux Cerfs Beach - Considered being the most beautiful beach in Mauritius, Ile aux Cerfs enriches the experience of Mauritius holidays. It comes with a plethora of water sports.

L'Aventure du Sucre - Amazing sugar-museum, located in the heart of an ancient sugar refinery, in Beau Plan, 300 meters from Pamplemousses. One of the favourite destinations for travellers on their Mauritius holidays.

Champs de Mars - Race track in Port Louis, for thorough-bred horse races located close to the center of the city. It brings an exciting edge to holidaying in Mauritius.

Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolan Botanic Garden - A sixty-acre garden featuring a pond of Victoria amazonica lilies and an all-embracing collection of palms including the Brazilian Queen, Royal Palm and many others.

Easy Dive Mauritius - Exciting dive centre adjacent to the Meridien Ile Maurice resort.

La Vanille Reserve des Mascareignes – Splendid nature-reserve with a zoo, Crocodile Park along with restaurant, kids’ area and gift shop. A spot for tourists of all ages on their Mauritius holidays.

Ile aux Aigrettes Nature Reserve – Beautiful small island, located off the southeast cost of Mauritius in the Mahebourg Bay lagoon. It has been declared a nature-reserve.

Trou aux Cerfs - Measuring over 984 feet in diameter, this large crater resulted from intense volcanic activity millions of years ago. A natural wonder for travellers to experience on their Mauritius holidays.

Blue Penny Museum - Small but modern museum based at the waterfront in Port Louis, with some of the rarest stamps in the world. A golden opportunity for travellers to see these stamps.

Le Morne Beach – Stunning beachfront stretching more than three kilometres.

Grand Baie – Classy and cosmopolitan town with renowned restaurants and shopping options together with an exciting nightlife. The best place for a fun night out for travellers on their Mauritius holidays.

Trou D'Eau Douce - Charming town with stunning beaches and excellent restaurants.

Le Morne Peninsula – Home to wonderful coastline and capped by enormous rock of Le Morne Brabant, one of the most dramatic peaks in Mauritius. Another natural wonder not to be missed by all looking for the perfect Mauritius holidays.

Blue Bay – One of the most stunning lagoons in Mauritius with plenty of sun-bathing and diving options.

Chamarel – The highest waterfall in Mauritius along with rare coloured earths. A must-visit for everyone on their holidays to Mauritius.

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