5 Places to Visit in Casela, Tourist Places & Top Attractions
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.
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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.
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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.
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