55 Places to Visit in Mauritius, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Riviere du Rempart District

Founded back in 1736, Port Louis lies in the west Indian Ocean, sheltered between a deepwater harbour and a semicircular chain of mountains. Blending perfectly the contemporary charm and glamour with its 300 years old customs, Port Louis presents before the world an awe-inspiring blend of history and modernity. The culture of this flamboyant city has been deeply influenced by the customs of countries like India, China, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe. The beauty of Port Louis lies in its artistic, musical, historical, and architectural heritage.

The city’s colonial vibes, brilliantly architectural marvels, and stunning views of the Indian Ocean and the Moka mountain ranges perfectly define the charm of this exuberant city. The city of Port Louis brims with a myriad of enchanting attractions that range from intriguing museums and stunning monuments to breathtaking gardens and swanky hotels. While Pointe aux Piments Public Beach and Baie Du Tombeau Beach define the beach culture of the Mauritian island, while the Natural History Museum and the Blue Penny Museum unravel the age-old history of the country.

Microbreweries like Flying Dodo Brewing Company and casinos like Ti Vegas Casino Quatre Bornes familiarize you with the lively nightlife culture of the city, whereas lush gardens like Pamplemousses Botanical Garden and Jardins de la Compagnie assure you of the calmer and more serene side of Port Louis. While you are holidaying in Port Louis, you can engage in an array of fun-filled activities.

From exploring the intriguing Chinatown of Mauritius and finding sanctuary at Jummah Masjid to basking in the spectacular views from Fort Adelaide to walking through history at Aapravasi Ghat, there’s so much to do in Port Louis for an action-packed holiday. Bestowed with a tropical maritime climate, Port Louis enjoys a sunny and balmy weather almost throughout the year with constant sea breeze keeping the city cool and pleasant. The best time to visit Port Louis is during the summer months of May to December when the weather is salubrious and the beaches are bright and sparkling.

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Flaunting verdant landscapes and pristine white sand beaches, Belle Mare is a postcard-perfect private island in Mauritius. Making for a serene beach destination, Belle Mare also lures travelers with its super luxurious resorts that are known to offer world-class amenities.

Considered to be the best-kept secret of Mauritius, this calm and peaceful island is packed with a myriad of quaint elements that make Belle Mare tourism a compulsorily dreamy affair. From its sun-soaked shores and intimate cozy restaurants to exhilarating water parks and cascading waterfalls, this flamboyant city is all set to offer travelers a breathtaking experience. While the Belle Mare Plage Beach awaits you with its thrilling water sports, Grand River South East is ready to lure you with its dense vegetation, turquoise waters, and basalt rocks. While Le Waterpark promises to raise your adrenaline levels with its thrilling water rides, Arts 28 is sure to impress you with its huge collection of brilliant local artworks.

More than anything, Belle Mare is very popularly known for offering tourists the chance to enjoy the best water sports experience. While in Belle Mare City, travelers often make it a point to try various adrenaline-fuelled water activities, such as scuba diving, boat riding, speed boating, windsurfing, swimming, snorkeling, and catamaran cruising. Belle Mare also lets travelers relish the best of seafood preparations coupled with exotic cocktails. Belle Mare city enjoys a tropical climate, which is marked by pleasant and balmy weather conditions almost throughout the year. The most ideal time for visiting Belle Mare is between the months of May to December, when the waters are clear and the shores are sunny. This period is also considered to be the most ideal time to get into the calm waters and enjoy water activities.

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Exhibiting a one-of-a-kind occurrence, Chamarel is known for its natural formation of seven colored earth. This geological formation has made Chamarel a major attraction here and one of the major Mauritius tourist places. The seven colors seen here include red, brown, violet, green, blue, purple, and yellow. The tropical climate of Mauritius has washed out all the soluble elements like silicon dioxide, resulting in letter colors in some areas. It is believed that if you mix all the colors of the sand, the particles will eventually settle in layers creating a spectrum. 

Due to the downpours and uneven climate conditions, many rock formations have been weathered down, however, the sand still remains there to fascinate the tourists. On the premise lies a children's play area which is flocked by locals and tourists alike. The place also acts as a breeding ground for giant tortoises which can be seen roaming around the protected area of rock formations. Being a very famous tourist attraction since the 1960s, the place has undergone various corrosions and natural calamities. Due to this, there are wooden fences all around and people are not allowed to visit the dunes. To perfectly enjoy this beauty, various observation outposts are settled around the areas. 

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Le Morne is a peninsula that is located at the extreme South Western tip of the Island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. This place is highlighted by the iconic basaltic monolith that has got a summit at 556 meters above the sea level with an area close to 12 hectares or 30 acres. Le Morne is an UNESCO world heritage site and is truly a beautiful place to visit. You can witness the crystal clear waters of the ocean and a wide range of natural flora and fauna. Apart from all these, Le Morne is known for its epic sunrise and sunset views around the azure blue waters of the ocean.

Le morne is a UNESCO world heritage site that has contributed tremendously in the tourism landscape of Mauritius. With age old monuments and beautiful scenic beauty all around, this place is visited by zillions of tourists all through the year. Some of the most important attractions of the city are Trou Aux Biches which is best known for swimming and snorkeling, La Cambuse which is  best suited for adventure swimming sports, Casela World Of Adventures which is popular for Wildlife Safari, Blue Penny Museum which is famous for offering  indigenous creations and global brand products, and Flic En Flac which is known for its  Souvenirs made of sea shells.

In the course of your visit to Le Morne in Mauritius, you can indulge in a number of fun filled and adventure activities like Mountain Hiking in Morne Brabant, day tour to Benitiers Island & Catamaran Cruise, day out with dolphins in Mauritius, and experience trek to Bijli Mahadev. The weather of Le Morne moderate all through the year. You will face a humid nut rainy season from the month of October to the month of April. The winter season lasts from the month of May to the month of September. The climatic condition is extremely comfortable as the incoming winds balance the hot climate.

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Curepipe, which is also known as La Ville Lumiere is the city of lights that is located in the Plaines Wilhems District. The township is currently administered by the council of Curepipe. It is also called Central Plateau as it is located at a high elevation.

The beautiful township of Curepipe is very well known for its verdant greenery. The botanical gardens and the dormant volcano are the ideal spots which entice travellers from various parts of the world with their sheer tranquility. You will get to witness a wide range of exotic flowers. This city can be considered as one of the best places in the world for natural walks.

In the course of your stay in Curepipe Mauritius, you will be visiting Trou Aux Cerfs for spectacular views of the plateau and admire the lush greenery, Domaine Des Aubineaux is known for its colonial plantations, Hôtel De Ville is known for its buoyant ambience and heritage architecture, Curepipe Botanic Gardens is famous for its amazing ecosystem, La Potinière is famous for its authentic local dishes, and Voiliers De L’Océan which is home to a model ship workshop.

There are loads of things to do in Curepipe such as exploring the mall of Galerie des Îles, get lost in the middle of the books of Carnegie Library, peep into the ship building factory at Voiliers de l'Océan, stroll around the botanical gardens and Trou Aux Cerfs.

Curepipe has got a mild tropical maritime climatic condition all through the year. This place faces a warm and humid summer season from the month of November to the month of April and a cool and dry winter season from the month of June to the month of September.

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La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park, nestled in Mauritius, is a vibrant canvas of natural wonders. Its lush landscapes boast a kaleidoscope of colors, from the breathtaking Chamarel Waterfall to the surreal Seven Colored Earths. Visitors can explore the park's diverse flora and fauna, trekking through verdant forests and marveling at rare endemic species. It's a paradise for nature enthusiasts seeking serenity and adventure.

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Lighthouse Island, also known as Île aux Fouquets, is a small, uninhabited island off the coast of Mauritius. It's famous for its historic lighthouse built in 1864, offering panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Visitors can explore the ruins, enjoy snorkeling in the surrounding waters, and experience the island's natural beauty and serene atmosphere.

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Bel Ombre Nature Reserve in Mauritius is a pristine sanctuary of biodiversity. Spanning lush forests, tranquil lakes, and rugged mountains, it offers a haven for native flora and fauna. Visitors can explore its scenic trails, encountering rare species of plants and birds along the way. With its breathtaking landscapes and ecological significance, it's a paradise for nature enthusiasts seeking serenity and adventure.

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Cap Malheureux is a picturesque village located at the northern tip of Mauritius. Known for its vibrant red-roofed church, stunning lagoons, and tranquil atmosphere, it's a popular destination for travelers seeking natural beauty and cultural charm. The village offers breathtaking views of the nearby islands and is an ideal spot for relaxation and exploration.

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Le De La Passe is a small, picturesque island located off the coast of Mauritius. Renowned for its crystal-clear waters and rich marine life, it's a popular spot for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. The island's serene beauty makes it a perfect getaway for nature lovers and adventure seekers.

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.

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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.

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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.
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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.
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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.
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Ile aux Aigrettes is a small island off the southeast coast of Mauritius, known for its rich biodiversity and conservation efforts. This 27-hectare coral island is a sanctuary managed by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, aimed at preserving the island's unique flora and fauna.

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Historic Marine in Mauritius is a captivating blend of cultural heritage and maritime history. Nestled within the enchanting landscape of Mauritius, this site echoes the island's rich past and its intimate connection to the sea. It serves as a poignant reminder of the island's strategic importance during colonial times, with artifacts and exhibits showcasing its maritime significance.

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Plaine Champagne Road in Mauritius winds through a picturesque landscape, offering travelers a scenic journey through the island's natural beauty. Named after the vast plains it traverses, this road is renowned for its breathtaking vistas and tranquil ambiance.

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Île aux Flamants, a serene islet nestled within the mesmerizing waters of Mauritius, is a hidden gem that offers an unparalleled escape into nature. Known for its stunning white sandy beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters, this small island is a haven for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty.

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Port Louis Bazaar is a vibrant marketplace nestled in the heart of Mauritius, pulsating with cultural diversity and bustling energy. Its narrow lanes are adorned with stalls offering an array of goods, from colorful textiles to exotic spices, creating a sensory delight for locals and tourists alike.

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Nestled along the picturesque southwestern coast of Mauritius, Bel Ombre Beach emerges as a pristine gem of the Indian Ocean, captivating travelers with its unspoiled beauty and tranquil ambiance. Blessed with powdery white sands caressed by the gentle lapping of turquoise waves, this idyllic stretch of coastline embodies the essence of tropical paradise.

As you set foot on Bel Ombre Beach, a sense of serenity washes over you, transporting you to a realm of pure relaxation and rejuvenation. Whether you're lounging beneath the shade of swaying palm trees or strolling along the water's edge, the soothing rhythm of the ocean creates a blissful atmosphere that melts away stress and worries.

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Château De Labourdonnais is a stunning colonial mansion nestled in the heart of Mauritius, surrounded by lush gardens and orchards, offering a glimpse into the island's rich history and natural beauty.

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Balaclava Beach, nestled along the coastline of Mauritius, is a picturesque haven for beach enthusiasts. Its pristine white sands and turquoise waters create a serene atmosphere for relaxation and water activities. Surrounded by lush greenery and luxury resorts, Balaclava Beach offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and modern comforts for a memorable seaside retreat.

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Nestled on the southeastern coast of Mauritius, Blue Bay Marine Park is a shimmering gem that showcases the island's natural beauty and commitment to marine conservation. Renowned for its crystal-clear turquoise waters and vibrant coral reefs, this protected marine area offers a paradise for nature lovers, snorkelers, and anyone seeking a tranquil escape into the underwater world. Blue Bay Marine Park is a testament to the island's rich biodiversity and the perfect spot to explore the treasures of the Indian Ocean.

The moment you arrive at Blue Bay Marine Park, you're greeted by the stunning sight of pristine waters stretching out before you. The park is home to some of the most diverse and colorful coral reefs in Mauritius, making it a haven for snorkelers and divers. The shallow lagoon is teeming with life, offering a fascinating glimpse into a vibrant underwater ecosystem. Snorkeling here feels like stepping into a natural aquarium, with schools of tropical fish, intricate coral formations, and occasional sightings of sea turtles gliding gracefully through the water.

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Ilot Mangenie Island, located off the east coast of Mauritius near the famous village of Trou d'Eau Douce, offers a serene and exclusive escape in the Indian Ocean. Accessible via a short boat ride from the mainland, this private island is celebrated for its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and tranquil ambiance.

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Le Craft Market in Mauritius is a vibrant hub for artisanal crafts, showcasing local handmade goods. Located in Port Louis, it offers a wide range of products from textiles and jewelry to woodwork and ceramics. Visitors can experience authentic Mauritian culture and support local artisans.

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Nestled in the heart of Mauritius, the Alexandra Falls Viewpoint offers a serene escape into nature, inviting visitors to marvel at one of the island’s most enchanting waterfalls. Located within the Black River Gorges National Park, this hidden gem is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Here, the harmonious blend of lush greenery, cascading waters, and breathtaking views promises an unforgettable experience.

Upon arriving at the Alexandra Falls Viewpoint, you are immediately greeted by the invigorating scent of fresh, mountain air and the soothing sounds of water flowing through the forest. The journey to the viewpoint itself is an adventure, with well-marked trails leading you through dense forests and vibrant flora. The walk is manageable for all ages, making it an ideal family outing or a peaceful solo retreat.

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Nestled in the lush interior of Mauritius, Bassin Blanc is a hidden gem that promises a tranquil escape from the bustling coastal resorts. This crater lake, located in the southern part of the island, is a breathtaking destination that showcases the raw beauty of Mauritius' natural landscape. With its serene waters, surrounding verdant vegetation, and an air of mystique, Bassin Blanc is a must-visit for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and anyone looking to experience the unspoiled charm of Mauritius.

One of the most striking features of Bassin Blanc is its setting within a volcanic crater. The lake's emerald green waters are a captivating sight, reflecting the dense forest that encircles it. The area is rich in biodiversity, making it an excellent spot for bird watching and nature photography. Visitors can often spot various species of birds, including the rare Mauritian kestrel, as well as other wildlife that inhabit the region.

The tranquility of Bassin Blanc offers a perfect opportunity for relaxation and reflection. The calm surface of the lake, undisturbed by motorized boats, creates a peaceful atmosphere ideal for picnics, meditative walks, or simply sitting by the water's edge and taking in the stunning scenery. The surrounding forest provides ample shade and a cool respite from the tropical sun, enhancing the sense of serenity that pervades the area.

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Nestled in the picturesque southeastern region of Mauritius, the Grand River South East (GRSE) Waterfall is a stunning natural attraction that captivates visitors with its enchanting beauty. This mesmerizing waterfall, located near the island’s longest river, offers a tranquil retreat and a spectacular display of nature's wonders. From its cascading waters to the lush greenery that surrounds it, GRSE Waterfall is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

The journey to GRSE Waterfall is an adventure in itself. Many visitors opt for a boat ride along the serene Grand River South East, which provides an excellent opportunity to soak in the breathtaking scenery and observe the local wildlife. The river cruise takes you through mangrove forests and past charming villages, offering glimpses of the island’s rich biodiversity. As you approach the waterfall, the sound of cascading water grows louder, building anticipation for the spectacular sight that awaits.

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Splash n Fun Leisure Park is a super cool water park where you can have loads of fun! It's filled with awesome water slides, pools, and even lazy rivers. You can zoom down twisty slides, splash in pools, or just chill out on floating tubes. There's also a special area just for little kids with gentle slides and shallow pools. And when you're hungry, you can grab some yummy snacks or meals from the food spots. With all the exciting rides and water attractions, Splash n Fun Leisure Park is the perfect place for a day of splashing and laughing with your friends and family!

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Le Port Ship Model Factory and Showroom stands as a beacon of craftsmanship and maritime artistry, offering an immersive journey into the world of shipbuilding and naval history. Nestled in the heart of [insert location], this esteemed establishment has been captivating visitors for years with its stunning array of meticulously crafted ship models.

Stepping into Le Port, visitors are instantly transported to a realm where the intricate beauty of maritime vessels comes to life. Each meticulously crafted model is a testament to the skill and dedication of the artisans who painstakingly bring these vessels to fruition. From majestic tall ships to sleek modern cruisers, the showroom boasts a diverse collection that spans centuries of naval innovation.

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Poste Lafayette Public Beach in Mauritius is a picturesque coastal paradise that offers a tranquil escape for beach lovers and nature enthusiasts. Located on the northeastern coast of the island, this beach is renowned for its pristine white sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and stunning views of the Indian Ocean.

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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.

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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.
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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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Bras d'Eau National Park, nestled on the northeastern coast of Mauritius, is a natural haven brimming with ecological treasures. Spanning over 497 hectares, this biodiverse sanctuary offers a captivating blend of coastal ecosystems, dense forests, and tranquil lagoons. The park's name, "Bras d'Eau," translates to "Arm of Water," reflecting the numerous streams and watercourses that meander through its verdant landscape.

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Bras d'Eau Public Beach is a serene and picturesque coastal destination located in Mauritius. Nestled along the northeastern coast of the island, this pristine beach offers visitors a tranquil escape surrounded by stunning natural beauty. With its clear turquoise waters, soft white sands, and lush greenery, Bras d'Eau is the perfect spot for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxation. The beach is also popular among snorkelers and divers, thanks to its vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life.

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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.
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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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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
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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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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.
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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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Balaclava Marine Park is a sanctuary of marine life nestled along the rugged coastline. Spanning over 100 square kilometres, it encompasses a diverse range of habitats including coral reefs, seagrass meadows, and mangrove forests. This biodiverse haven serves as a vital refuge for numerous species of fish, invertebrates, and marine mammals.

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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.

: 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.
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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.
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We booked this honeymoon package to Mauritius from Delhi for around 6-7 days. And it was the first time both of us visiting Mauritius. We got time to travel and get to know one another. We had the best time with the team and a lifetime of memories to cherish. Cheers to the team.
I booked a trip to Mauritius, travelling all by myself it wasn’t going to be easy, so rather I decided to go with some experienced operator. And it was the best decision as the trip was undoubtedly awesome. Thanks for making my trip worth remembering. Wish to travel more.
I use Thrillophilia for 2 years and this booking platform gave us good packages and affordable prices, This time I took with an international trip to Mauritius with my life partner... I am already aware of the company policies, procedures, and service which I was very okay to plan my trip with them. For this package to, they suggested it to me and I've no regret at all deciding on this trip... Since the time we land at this place we were received by the professional staff and helps us with the paper procedure and all and the hotel they provided was nice with a warm welcome along with delicious welcome drinks and the staff there was friendly and kind, the place is truly breathtaking... The day tours we had in north islands, south islands and Ile Aux Cerf Island tour the sightseeing-spots and the activities we had at each place was exciting and impressive, the scenic beauty of the seas, white sandy beach, and the surrounding took our breath away with a nice photo at each... The shared transport was good and comfortable though... The place has a very rich culture and amazing people... Everlasting memories with my partner...
This being my first longest and an international trip I had... I am thankful to Thrillophilia for planning this amazing trip for me... Without the help and proper plan I would have never reached there, I appreciate the support and the service they gave me during my tour, The tour went exactly as in the itinerary which was well-planned and well-executed... The resort is at a great location with the amazing view we get from there. We had a great time enjoying the sightseeing-spots, adventure activities, and exploring the place...This trip was an amazing and memorable one for a lifetime.
So happy that we had the best-planned holiday with the entire family in Mauritius through Thrillophilia, They made sure that everything was properly organized and also ensured that we get everything as promised and need to be covered according to the package we choose, they even provided good service the entire trip and we did not face any kind of issues at all the whole trip. The resort they booked for us was very beautiful and the rooms were spacious and comfortable along with good service at any time and the staff were responsive, polite, and friendly... we had a wonderful stayed and the breakfast and dinner were served with freshly made and tasted like home... The transfered they arranged for us was a sharing one but very good no doubt... The place is truly beautiful by its scenic beauty, historical places, markets, culture, and traditions... The north islands, south islands, and Ile aux Cerf island tour was brilliant... we had great fun in many fun activities like watersport, shore activities and explored the place on our leisure time... Overall this trip was a fantastic trip which suitable for a family, couples and different type of group... 100% will recommend
Booked this tour through Thrillophilia and it turned out to be one of the best trips I have ever done, location, meals, everything was just great, in this price it was a bit surprising for me and was happy with it.
Recently we went to Mauritius, and it was one of the best trips we have ever been to. The place is so beautiful and mesmerizing, the beaches are so alluring. The nightlife is so lit there, We even had fun exploring the historical sites in the city, and we even went to the temples. The entire trip was so well planned, we had to worry about nothing. All the facilities provided on the trip were so good, rooms were cozy and comfortable, the food provided was delicious, the driver given to us was also amazing he was quite knowledgable and was very helpful. Thanks Thrillophila for the great trip experience.
We totally enjoyed the trip. A must trip for all the honeymooners
I am very much satisfied with the overall booking i got the best quote and all things were manage nicely. guide and drive both were professional
Last year, I went to Mauritius for having the fun of the tour of this charming destination. I booked my tour package from thrillophilia, one of the leading tour and travel operators of India. All the services, which were provided to me, were very good.

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