Although it may seem in Mauritius it is only a beach, there are more things to see and do on the island apart from lying down to sunbathe.

So the time has come to delve deeper, get into the subject and tell you what to see in Mauritius and what to do in some of its destinations.


Visit the Pamplemousse Botanical Garden

It is a botanical garden famous all over the world for its unique and exotic plants. It has a total area of ​​33 hectares and includes endemic plant species imported from other parts of the world.


Visit Port Louis

The capital of Mauritius, the cultural, economic and political center of the country.

There are several places to see in the small and somewhat chaotic city such as the Tamil Abercrombie Temple, the Cauden Waterfront, the Central Market, Fort Adelaide and the Natural History Museum.


Visit the Chamarel Falls

Chamarel Falls is the highest waterfall in Mauritius. It is located in the Black River Gorge National Park in the southwestern part of the main island. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Mauritius with its beautiful water flowing from about 100 meters high in the lush nature.


Home Visit World of Adventures

It is a natural leisure park in the western part of the main island. You can see 150 species of birds, including rare pink pigeons and various wild animals on the large grounds. A popular activity is the lion walk, which allows you to walk with a lion, and walk with a lion of about 1 year old for about 1 hour. It is recommended to book in advance directly at the park (with height and age restrictions).


Marlou mug

Cap Malheureux is a small fish village located on the northern tip of Mauritius. The ‘red roof chapel’, which is a symbol of the village, is a highlight. You can enjoy the beautiful and beautiful scenery as if you are out of the painting.




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