Things to Do in Mauritius

What to Do in Mauritius?

Visit Black River Gorges National Park, Explore Tamarind Falls, Hike to Le Morne Brabant, Skydiving, Visit Ganga Talao, Horse Riding, Sea Karting, Flyn'Dive, Submarine Dive, Quad Biking, Underwater walk, Swim with the dolphins, and many more. 

From visiting the massive new museums to attending intimate music festivals and art exhibitions, there are tons of things to do in Mauritius to partake in a journey of fun, entertainment, and eternal bliss. You can go to Tamarind Falls and visit Black River Gorges National Park to appreciate breathtaking views and witness flora and fauna. For added adventure and thrill, you can hike through the hilly terrains of Signal Mountain and enjoy an underwater walk at Grand Bay.

If you're confused about what to do in Mauritius with your partner, you can enjoy a romantic stroll at Cap Malheureux and swim with the dolphins in the serene waters of Tamarin Bay. You can also stock up souvenirs for your loved ones from Port Louis Central Market and enjoy the local delicacies at Amigo restaurant. Explore Trou Aux Cerfs, which is a dormant volcano located outside the center of Curepipe. If you're looking for a never-ending adventure, Horse Riding on Belle Mare Beach's scenic coast should be your ideal choice. These unique experiences will give you tons of unforgettable memories and stories that you'll return home with.
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Underwater Waterfall
At the southwest tip of gorgeous Mauritius Island off the coast of Le Morne Brabant, the breath-taking vista of the underwater waterfall mesmerizes tourists with its majestic appeal. The spectacular sight is an extraordinary optical illusion that appears as if the water is gushing deep inside the ocean. This dramatic illusion of cascading water is the impact of oceanic currents.

These islands were created by volcanic eruptions which, in turn, cause sand and other deposits from the nearby beaches to force off the plateau. These are getting down in such a way that it seems like seawater is flowing down deep into an underwater waterfall.

While from the coasts of Le Morne, this stunning waterfall is not noticeable much. One can witness the beauty of the underwater waterfall only from a bird’s-eye view high in the sky. A spectrum of helicopter rides are available from the Island to behold this out of the world scenery and capture some beautiful memories. 
This dramatic underwater waterfall is indeed a natural wonder and must not be missed while on a trip to Mauritius. Visit this place with your family, friends, or partner to enjoy an everlasting holiday experience.
Flic En Flac Beach

Flic en Flac is a quaint seaside village that is located in the district of Black River on the west coast of Mauritius. Flic en Flac derives its name from the Dutch phrase “Fried Landt Flaak” which means "Free and Flat Land".

The Casuarina Trees beautifully line the coastline of Flic en Flac Beach and the lagoon of the beach is rimmed by coral reefs. The warm, azure waters of the beach are perfect for swimming and various other water activities like snorkelling, scuba diving and swimming with dolphins

The beach has all basic facilities like showers, changing rooms, and restrooms that are well-maintained. There are also barbecue pits on the beach so that visitors can even picnic here. The shoreline of the beach is dotted with many restaurants, cafes, bars, and pubs. Some of the local culinary delights that you can savor at the restaurants around Flic en Flac beach are DhalPuri and Fried Noodles with Mauritian meatballs.

This busy beach gets even busier as weekends when locals and tourists flock to this beach to enjoy free music and dance shows. Lucky enough, you can even find the local people enjoying themselves singing and dancing to the traditional Mauritian Sega Music.

As you lounge at the beach, you can find many street vendors selling local food and water sport tour operators willing to render you services. While Flic en Flac is not the most picturesque beach in Mauritius, this beach is definitely full of fun, adventure, and liveliness that promise an unmatched beach holiday.

Chamarel Waterfalls
Witness one of the largest fall of Mauritius namely the Chamarel Waterfalls. The falls look quite beautiful since it is surrounded by the vegetation of Black Rive Gorges.

Highlights: You can also get an opportunity to view the Black River National Park.

Difficulty Level: Medium, if you have reached this fall then you have to walk so it is not considered appropriate or people who can’t walk much. If you are getting a chance to spree around the south-west part of Mauritius then it is worth a visit.

Location: It is approximately 53 km from Louis Port.
Black River Gorges National Park
Get the chance to experience the largest national park in Mauritius. It lets you experience the true beauty of the nature and an ultimate place for all the trekkers too.

Highlights: It can be a spectacular place for all the bird watchers. It has many waterfalls and hiking places too. You can also find 300 species of flowering plants and many endemic species of birds too. If you are lucky, you can also view Mauritius Kestrel, echo parakeet and the pink pigeon too.

Difficulty Level
: Easy.

Location: It is located in the west part of Mauritius and is approximately 38km away from Louis Port.
Trou Aux Biches
Trou Aux Biches is a quaint town located on the North-Western coast of Mauritius. It has turned into a popular romantic hideaway for honeymoon seekers and couples.

It has a large public beach that greets the visitors with its gorgeous stretches of casuarina-lined white sand and turquoise blue water. It is known to be one of the unspoilt and cleanest beaches in Mauritius where you can have the experience of a lifetime. 

Trou Aux Biches is lined with many classy restaurants and beachside hotels where you can have an immaculate binging experience. A diving school is also located over here where you can learn diving skills. Trou-Aux-Biches is also replete with many historical sites, monuments, and cultural sites.

City Centre is considered to be one of the most prominent landmarks that tourists must visit here. It has a unique charm that is bound to impress you every time you visit this place. The City Centre helps you in getting a glimpse into the life of the locals. You can also spot the largest Hindu temple at Trou Aux Biches that was built in 1857.

The most enthralling activity to do at Trou Aux Biches is playing an eventful game of golf at the nearby golf course. You can also visit the Mauritius Aquarium and other closer beaches in Pointe-Aux-Piments. So plan a vacation now to Trou Aux Biches to fall in love with the unspoilt beauty of this place.
Casela World Of Adventures

True to its name, Casela World of Adventures in Mauritius offers visitors a series of unique experiences that can be rarely found anywhere else in the world. The Park doubles up as a zoo, an activity centre, an eco-resort and much more, all in one complex that you can tour during the course of the day.

It is the perfect place for families, friends and newlyweds to create some of the best memories of their life, by enjoying unique group activities that are both thrilling and entertaining. The park is spread over an area of 250 hectares. You can find it 1km south of the Flic en Flac in Mauritius, right off the main road. It is home to some exotic animals such as rhinoceroses, monkeys, java deer, African mammals, giraffes, tigers, lions, zebras, waterbucks and many birds and smaller reptiles, which makes for a fascinating learning experience for kids and adults alike.

The animals are kept in spacious enclosures that replicate their natural habitats. In fact, Casela World of Adventures has created a fully functional natural ecosystem where the animals that are housed here, can live a full and free life, and interact with visitors as if they would in the wild.

The best way to interact with the animals is by signing up for their famous safaris that take place on a regular basis and offers a chance to check out the animals up close. 
Along with being a fully functional zoo, Casela World of Adventures also offers a host of exciting adventure activities such as ziplining, bike safaris, ziplining, mud karting, feeding the animals and of course, embarking on a safari.

With a beautiful view of the Rempart mountains as a backdrop, waterfalls, extensive stretches of greenery and its host of activities, Casela World of Adventures is one of the most sought-after natural retreats in all of Mauritius. It is the perfect place to spend time in the midst of nature while engaging in some unique activities when you are on this beautiful island.

If you want to spend a few days of quietude, then the best place to head to is Mahebourg. It is a quaint little town on the southwest coast of Mauritius and was named after a French governor Mahé de Labourdonnais. It greets you with it’s alluring sunsets, dramatic beaches and cool winds. It is a place where time is befriended, silence revered and purity unrivalled with the bounties of nature that exist in their purest form.

This sleepy colonial town is mostly inhabited by fishermen who head out on their boat to have an excursion of the sea. It is home to some of the most intriguing museums that give you an insight into the tradition and rich history of this scenic village. You can witness over here the unique amalgamation of Creole, Dutch and French architecture. It is also revered to be the jump-off point to the nearby islands and sandy beaches of South Mauritius.

This place is a paradise for the low key travellers who’re in the lookout for pocket-friendly accommodation options. It invites visitors to have a walk-in it’s cobble-stone waterfront where the fishermen can be seen relaxing on their wooden boats. Soak in the sun and sand as you take a walk along it’s beaches only to get mesmerized as the sky bursts into a kaleidoscope of vibrant hues when the sun mellows.
Grand Bassin (Ganga Talao)
One of the most sacred place for Hindu’s is considered to be Grand Bassin or Ganga Talao.

Highlights: One of the famous temple of Lord Shiva is located some 1800 feet above the sea level. Not just Lord Shiva, you will also find temples of Hanuman and Lakshmi. You will be completely sold by the calm and peaceful nature of the place which makes it worth visit while in Mauritius.

Best time to visit
: Maha Shivratri becomes the best time to visit Grand Bassin since it attracts a large number of followers. However, visiting this place during February and early March are considered to be ideal time to visit this place.

Location: It is approximately 38 km from Port Louis.
La Cambuse Beach
When you have trees on both the side and you are surrounded with muddy lanes around, you can be sure that you are close to La Cambuse Beach.

Highlights: You can find yourself surrounded with Casuarina trees. This beach is considered to be ideal place for camping and having a private family picnic. You can find small swimming spots where you can spend some quality time enjoying.

Best time to visit
: May

Location: It is approximately 53 km from Port Louis
Anse La Raie Beach
The most amazing thing you would see as soon as you reach close to the beach is the different shades of blue. The waves of the water lapping against the sand will definitely make you feel good. Highlights: You can either go out on a romantic boat ride or else can go for some kite surfing too. You can eat some fresh fruits too which will make a good appetite. Complement the food with an amazing cocktail to make your visit enjoyable. This should be must visit place in your trip to Mauritius for honeymoon. Best time to visit: June is the best time to be in the place. Location: It is 27 km away from Port Louis.
Poudre D'or Beach
When you don’t find sand around, you can be sure that you have reached Poudre D’or Beach. It is more of a park than a beach and the water is considered to be quite muddy for a major part of the year. Highlights: You should be visiting the famous monument which was built in memory of two friends and lovers Paul and Virginie. Or you can take a short stroll by the bustling city of Goodlands. Best time to visit: March and May are the best time to visit this beach. Location: It is 23 km from Port Louis.
Poste Lafayette Beach
If you are a hard core beach trekker then it is best to take a walk by the beach. Poste Lafayette Beach. The scenery has some pristine white sandy beach which makes the place look even more beautiful. Highlight: The beach has amazing coral reefs too for you to witness. It is not an appropriate place for swimming because of harsh undercurrents. You will find many snack vendors selling local burgers in the beach which can satiate you palate. Best time to visit: April to September is appropriate to visit this beach.
Grand Baie Mauritius
Grand Baie (Grand Bay) is a coastal village which is well known for its white sandy beaches and emerald sea. Resting in the natural cove in Mauritius, it serves as an excellent bay for indulging in swimming, sailing and various other watersports. The bay had been earlier named as De Bogt Zonder Einde in the 17th century by the Dutch, meaning the “Bay without an end”. Grand Baie is the most popular tourist destination of Mauritius owing to its mesmerising scenic beauty and it's bustling liveliness. The bay gets busy very early in the day being the point of departure for fishing expeditions and boat excursions to the northern islands such as Serpent Island, Gunners’ Quoin, etc.During the day time there are several water activities on offer for tourists such as windsurfing, water skiing, snorkeling, kayaking etc. Several tourists prefer to enjoy the beach by going for a swim and sunbathing. While there are others who go on cycling expeditions through the town or indulge in shopping. The nightlife in this place is also full of life with nightclubs and bars running in full swing such as Zanzibar, Buddha Bar, Bana Bistro etc. Most parties start at midnight and continue till early in the morning.
Rochester Falls
If you are in Mauritius, Rochester Falls is considered to be worth a visit. This popular waterfall is located at an elevation of 152 metres.

Highlights: One of the peculiar thing that you will find in this place will be rectangular flank rocks. Swimming into the cool waters is considered to be just ideal to take a dive. You will also find local vendors selling coconuts and pineapples.


: It is 54 km from Louis Port.

Best time to visit: August and October are considered to be ideal time to visit this waterfalls. However you can also visit this place between March and May.
Casela Nature Park Segway Tour
The Casela Nature Park Segway has everything from exotic plants, flowers and other beautiful species too. You will see approximately 1500 birds and that too of different variety.

Highlights: You can get a chance to witness impressive giant turtles which is hard to find anywhere else except Mauritius. If you are a hard core foodie then it is best to try Le Mirador which seves an array of delectable cuisine. You can also get a chance to see spectacular views of the west coast.

Prices: 300 per person.

Best time to visit: June to September is the best time to take a tour to this park.
Ile Aux Cerfs

Islands are an ideal place to escape from the bustle and chaos of routine city life. When talking about islands, one place that perfectly meets every traveller's imagination is Ile aux Cerfs island in Mauritius. Situated on the east coast of Mauritius, Ile aux Cerfs is spread over 87 hectares of land consisting of rich vegetation and gorgeous beaches. Popularly known as 'Deer Island', Ile aux Cerfs is one of the star attractions of Mauritius with its luscious beaches and coral reefs.

The island offers a range of leisure activities with its 18 hole golf course; banana boat rides as well as glass bottom rides. You will find a variety of restaurants offering lip-smacking local cuisine as well as international cuisine. It is a picture-perfect location with an abundance of breathtaking views, including the magical Grand River South East waterfalls.

Apart from a place to relax and adventure activities, you will also find it fun to explore the wonders of nature in Ile aux Cerfs. There is a range of museums, monuments and national parks to visit around Ile aux Cerfs. The expenses at this island won't burn a hole in your pocket as it is a relatively inexpensive destination in Mauritius. You can also plan a short trip since you get to do a variety of activities and watch spectacular views on a small island. Here is the complete guide to travelling to Ile aux Cerfs. You will find an abundance of reasons to visit the island on your next holiday.

Sugar Museum And Factory
If you have ever loved sugarcane then Mauritius is the place to be. It is an exciting place for children too, since it has a museum which tell the extraordinary story of sugar narrated with the help of 2 mascots.

Highlight: You cannot miss the opportunity to visit L’Aventure du Sucre which has a legacy of more than 250 years. It is this legacy which makes this place a must-visit place when you are in Mauritius. You can get a chance to taste some 15 varieties of sugar. The sugar museum also encompasses a Village Boutik and a fine dine Restaurant Le Fangourin.

Rs 380 per person.

Best time to visit
: October and early November are considered to be the best time to visit this museum.
Walk With Lions
Feel the sense of excitement and adrenaline rush as you walk with the king of the jungle. Walking with the lion will give you an amazing opportunity to see the wild side of the jungle. It is truly an amazing experience which shouldn’t be missed.

Highlights: Casela Park in Mauritius can be best spot to lions by your side.

Best time to visit - September is the best time to visit

Difficulty Level: Winter months are considered to be the best season to have a friendly walk with the lions. It is advised not to wear bright color clothes and moreover the trained professional also advises you to wear trousers than shorts.
Riviere Des Galets Beach
The sound of the waves crashing against the shore is just the thing you would want to listen on a holiday. You can simply feel the wind brushing through your face and the relaxation that it will provide is simply matchless. The beauty of the beaches is what gets this beach the maximum number of tourists.

Highlight: Witness the spectacular view of the south mountain range which is truly breath-taking. However, it is believed that the water of the beach is not fit for swimming.

Best time to visit
: April and June is the best time to visit this beach.

Location: It is 25 km away from Port Louis.

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What are the best things to do in Mauritius?

1. Visit Black River Gorges National Park: One of the best things to do in Mauritius is exploring the vast expanses of Black River Gorges National Park that has thick forests and rolling hills. It is the largest protected forest and the biggest national park of Mauritius, offering over fifty kilometers of trails. You can enjoy a picnic in the lush-green rainforests, admire rare species of flowering plants and birds and cool off under waterfalls. There are also various valleys and summits that you can explore on foot.

- Location: Southwestern part of Mauritius

2. Go to Tamarind Falls: If you think about what to do in Mauritius, you must visit Tamarind Falls, which is a paradise for animal lovers. It is also known as 7 cascades as it has seven steps to it, which run down to form a beautiful pond at the bottom. This gorgeous canyon comprises eleven waterfalls, forests, rivers, lush green vegetation, and mountains. You can trek to Tamarind Falls and stay astonished, seeing its exotic vegetation and unknown bird species throughout your hiking journey.

- Location: Between Curepipe and Black River Gorges, Curepipe, Mauritius

3. Explore Le Morne Brabant: Get ready to pump up your adrenaline level as you explore Le Morne Brabant, which is one of the most iconic hikes in Mauritius that offers breathtaking views of the southwestern side of the island. It is a basaltic rock peak dotted with beautiful caves that harbored runaway slaves in the ancient era. The summit is located at the height of five hundred and fifty-six meters above sea level. Once you reach the top of the mountain peak, you'll have breathtaking views of the Mauritius lagoon.

- Location: Le Morne, Mauritius

4. Try Skydiving: Have limitless adventure and fun in the air as you enjoy skydiving in the island nation of Mauritius. The flight before the jump will offer a complete 360º view of Mauritius's awesome coastal and mountain scenery. The take-off for this activity is done from the Sugar Fields of Mon Loisir that provides breathtaking views of reefs stretching into the Indian Ocean and stunning lagoons. The duration of the skydiving excursion is about one to two hours.

- Location: SkyDive Road, Belle Vue Maurel, Mauritius
- Price: Rs 27659
- Timings: One-two hours

5. Relax at Flic En Flac Beach: Relax and unwind at the exceptionally beautiful Flic-en-Flac beach that is framed by the calm lagoon and casuarina trees. The crystal clear waters, palm trees, the pleasant atmosphere, and miles of sand will leave you with a priceless experience. There are also many bars and restaurants opposite the beach where you can enjoy lip-smacking delicacies and refreshing drinks. The Southern part of the beach gives you an admirable view of the Tamarin village. You can also enjoy swimming, canoeing and sunbathing here.

- Location: Rivière Noire, Flic En Flac

6. Visit Ganga Talao: One of the best things to do in Mauritius is visiting Ganga Talao, a highly revered pilgrimage destination and sacred crater lake. Tucked between gigantic mountains in the Savanne district, Ganga Talao stands as the Holy Ganges representative. You will witness a temple that houses a 108 ft tall statue of Shiva with his trident on the shoreline of this lake. You can meditate, play with the monkeys, or walk by the beautiful lake and enjoy breathtaking surrounding views.

- Location: District of Savanne, Mauritius
- Timings: 5 AM- 6 PM

7. Explore Trou Aux Cerfs: Exploring Trou Aux Cerfs, a dormant volcano located outside the center of Curepipe, is considered one of the best things to do in Mauritius. It stands at the height of six hundred meters, and its depth is over a hundred meters. It is surrounded by lush forests consisting of giant green pine trees and indigenous plant species. This green sanctuary has become a jogging and socializing spot for the locals. There is also a kiosk where you can sit back and relax and appreciate the breathtaking natural beauty.

- Location: Curepipe

8. Enjoy at Baie Du Cap Maconde ViewPoint: If you're confused thinking about what to do in Mauritius, you can visit Baie Du Cap Maconde ViewPoint that is a part of Mauritius's most scenic route. It stands in the Baie du Cap village, which has been ranked as the tenth most beautiful road in Mauritius. Maconde Viewpoint offers a breathtaking view of the nearby coastal village, beautiful ocean, and the fishermen on the shore.

- Location: South Coast of Mauritius

9. Horse Riding: Horse Riding on Belle Mare Beach's scenic coast is considered one of the best things to do in Mauritius. Riding a horse on this beach with the crashing sound of the waves and the gentle sea breeze is a memory that will stay with you for a long time. For an added thrill, you can even swim with the horses. You can also visit The Club Equitation du Nord, a horse riding club located in the north of Mauritius on the Mon Loisir Sugar Estate's grounds.

- Location: Coastal Road, Belle Mare, Mauritius 742CU001
- Price: Rs 8229 per adult
- Timings: 45 minutes

10. Shop at Port Louis Central Market: If you're a shopaholic, then you're in for a treat at Port L0uis Central Market, where you can find local dishes, various handcrafted goods, and fresh food items. You can also stock up souvenirs for your friends and family members at this bustling market. It is divided into two parts - meat, pork, chicken, fish section, and vegetable section. You can also find here aphrodisiacs and Chinese herbal medicines.

- Location: Farquhar Street, Port Louis
- Timings: 6 AM- 4 PM

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What are the adventurous things to do in Mauritius?

1. Flyn'Dive: One of the best things to do in Mauritius is enjoying a Flyn'Dive session at Grand Baie Beach. While enjoying this water sports activity, you'll get a chance to dive like a dolphin and fly like Iron Man. You are strapped tightly into the Flyn'Dive board before you go floating into the sea.

2. Sea Karting: The best way to explore the South Western Coast of Mauritius is by sea karting through the Indian Ocean. You can look out for dolphins and coral reefs as you dive deeper into the ocean.

3. Submarine Dive: One of the best things to do in Mauritius is enjoying a submarine excursion of the Indian Ocean. You can explore the beautiful marine life without getting wet in a submarine. You can also catch some stunning pictures next to emerald green waters.

4. Quad Biking: If you're confused about what to do in Mauritius Quad Biking at La Vallee des, Couleurs Nature Park should be your ideal choice. You can enjoy an exhilarating ride here through the wooden paths while taking in the picturesque views.

5. Hiking: Hiking through the hilly terrains of Signal Mountain is considered one of the best things to do in Mauritius. It has a combination of challenging trails and rough terrains that give you a glimpse of the picturesque sceneries.

What are the romantic things to do in Mauritius?

1. Spend some romantic moments at the Coloured Earth Of Chamarel: Take your romance to the next level by visiting the Chamarel Plain of Riviere Noire District that has rainbow-colored dunes. It spans across 7500 square meters and has a few active volcanoes that emit seven discrete colors.

2. Swim with the dolphins: Give your better half a romantic surprise by swimming alongside whales and dolphins in the serene waters of Tamarin Bay. You can also witness the acrobatic skills of the migrating whales at the Bay.

3. Enjoy an underwater walk: If you're confused about what to do in Mauritius with your partner, enjoying an underwater walk in the Grand Bay should be your ideal choice. The region has clear and shallow waters, and you can take a walk amongst the fishes while enjoying this activity.

4. Enjoy a romantic stroll at Cap Malheureux: If you are searching for what to do in Mauritius, taking a leisurely stroll at Cap Malheureux should be your ideal choice. You can stroll through the charming village with your sweetheart and enjoy the breathtaking view of the sunset while relaxing on a picnic mat.

What Mauritius is famous for?

1. Bol renversé: This is a Sino-Mauritian delicacy composed of chicken chop suey, basmati rice, and a sunny-side-up egg.

2. White Beaches: Mauritius is home to many wonderful beaches, such as Mont Choisy Beach, Flic En Flac Beach, and Gris-Gris Beach.

3. Black River Gorges National Park: Covering an area of 67.5 sq km, Black River Gorges National Park is home to flying foxes, parakeet, olive white-eye, and bulbul.

4. Islands: Mauritius is famed for its beautiful islands such as The Rodrigues Island, Le Souffleur, and Ile De La Passe.

5. Tea: You can buy world-class tea varieties made with hand-picked and fresh tea leaves in Mauritius.

Is Mauritius expensive?

Mauritius is the most expensive place in Africa. The cost of living over here is cheaper than 56% of countries in the World. You might have to haggle for taxis here as they are not metered. If you don't stay at 5-star resorts, the prices of accommodation won't be costly. The supermarkets are very cheap for beer, but other items are available at genuine prices.

Is Mauritius safe for tourists?

Yes, Mauritius is extremely safe for tourists as strict laws are maintained by the officials to safeguard the tourists. The crime rate is low here, but you should avoid walking in shady areas alone at night. You should also take care of your belongings while going outside.

What is the best month to go to Mauritius?

May is considered the best month to visit Mauritius as it is winter and the temperature ranges around 20 degrees Celsius. There is no humidity or rainfall during this month, and it is the best time for enjoying snorkeling.

Which is the coldest month in Mauritius?

August is considered to be the coldest month in Mauritius, and the temperature ranges around 15 to 16 degrees Celsius. The south and east coasts of Mauritius receive south-easterly winds during this month.

How many days are enough for Mauritius?

Four days are enough to visit Mauritius.

- On the first day, you can visit Ile Aux Cerfs, a beautiful lagoon on the eastern coast.
- On the second day, you can head for a North Island tour. You can visit mesmerizing Caudan Waterfront and French colonial buildings.
- Reserve your third day to head for the south island tour and visit the Trou Aux Cerfs and Chamarel.
- On the fourth day, you can explore Port Blair's popular attractions, such as the Champ de Mars race track and the Natural History Museum

What are the best water sports to try in Mauritius?

1. Parasailing: Have a bird's-eye view of the beautiful lagoons and beaches as you enjoy parasailing at Grand Baie. You'll be harnessed with a parachute towed behind a huge boat, and the sessions usually last for around 5 to 15 minutes

2. Cave Sea Kayaking: Explore the mysterious caves and islands of Mauritius by enjoying cave sea kayaking at The Cliffs of Albion. You can opt for a double or single kayak, and while paddling through the shimmering waters, you'll discover the basalt rock gardens.

3. Water skiing: You can enjoy this high-octane sports activity at Grand Baie and Trou d'eau Douce. Skim along the surface of the water, standing upright on a ski holding a tow rope.

4. Windsurfing: One of the best things to do in Mauritius is enjoying windsurfing at Le Morne peninsula that looks like a hammerhead shark. While enjoying this activity, you can sail across the turquoise blue water while standing on a board.

Which are the best places for scuba diving in Mauritius?

1. Coral Garden, Belle Mare: This is an excellent site for scuba diving in Mauritius that offers a breathtaking view of soft and hard corals. Night diving at Belle Mare gives you a breathtaking view of marine species like wrasses, lionfish, lobsters, and moray eels.

2. St. Jacques - Le Morne: St. Jacques is a popular site for scuba diving in Mauritius with less than thirty meters deep water. While diving here, you'll come across stingrays, turtles, eagle rays, and reef sharks.

3. The Cathedral, Lanai: With an abundance of marine species and coral reefs, and crystal clear waters, The Cathedral, Lanai is considered to be one of the best spots for scuba diving in Mauritius.

4. Whale Rock - Grand Baie: Whale Rock dive takes you to varying depths, making it ideal for an expert to intermediate divers.

What is the famous food to try in Mauritius?

- Fish vindaye
- Boulet
- Bol renverser
- Curry
- Dholl puri
- Salade palmist
- Gato piments
- Tropical fruit salad
- Coconuts
- Gato coco
- Alouda
- Vanilla tea
- Bois Cheri Tea
- Mauritian Biryani
- Mine Frites
- Roti Chaud
- Gajak
- Achard Legumes

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