With all the best things to do in Trou Aux Biches, you would get the best of Mauritius trip at this place! Trou Aux Biches is considered as one of the most sought-after tourist destination in Mauritius. World Travel awards declared the place as world’s leading beach destination in 2011. It is located in the Northern district of Pamplemousse and the place still retains its village ambiance that attracts the tourists. Initially, Trou-aux-Biches was only known as a fishing village back in the days of the 19th century. Interestingly, the place name is seen on the map of Lislet-Geoffroy that was drawn in 1807. This place had political prominence during the French colonial rule. You would get a serene feeling once on the two-kilometer-long pristine white sandy beach. The place is shaded by casuarina trees and best for family trips. You can even enjoy experiencing the exploration along snorkeling reefs. The local handicrafts and souvenirs are available at the lined boutique shops and in the supermarket.
Trou Aux Biches is best known to have all attractions along the B38 road that is needed for a perfect family tourism. When tourism took a new look in Mauritius back in 1952, a small hotel in Curepipe for first built for the lodging of the air crews who were coming to colonial Mauritius. In those days, the first grand hotel was built in Trou-aux-Biches in 1971. Trou Aux Biches is the apt place for sunset watching. Come to this place and enjoy at the beachfront suites gorging on special seafood menus and get the best of an eco-friendly trip. Striking connection to village lifestyle, this place is not as much as commercialized that you see in Grand Baie. Away from the town, the island's largest Hindu temple was built at Triolet in 1857. The best things to do in Trou Aux Biches is trying golf triumph at the nearby golf course, visit the Mauritius Aquarium and the closer by the beach in Pointe-aux-Piments.