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Pamplemousses botanic garden PDF Print E-mail
botanicDefinitely the most famous tropical botanic garden with hundreds of plants. The water-lilies Victoria Amazonica and the manor house Château de Mon Plaisir (1735) cannot be missed. The garden's most pretigious plant, the Talipot palm, flourishes only every sixty years and dies afterwards.
Chamarel coloured earth and waterfall PDF Print E-mail
chamarelSeven-coloured earth without scientific explanation till now.
Black River Gorges PDF Print E-mail
brgWith its untouched forest and unique bird life (the Pink Pigeon, the Echo Parakeet and the Mauritius Kestrel; all very rare species), you will discover Mauritius the way it was before civilization.
Casela Bird Park PDF Print E-mail

Casela Nature & Leisure Park (Founded 1979)

The park is located on the west coast of Mauritius, between the village of Tamarin and Cascavelle. The park has an area of about 11 hectares.  It is the habitat of around 1500 birds (over 150 species), turtles, lions, monkeys etc….. The park has also a large diversity of exotic plants and flowers. There is also a lookout point on a steep where you can get a beautiful view over the west coast. Approximately 2 hours for a good visit of the park.


L’Aventure du Sucre PDF Print E-mail
adsVisit an interactive and ultra modern exhibition situated at the heart of an ancient sugarmill and discover the fascinating history of Mauritius and its sugarcane.
Grand Bassin PDF Print E-mail
gbBeyond La Marie and Mare-aux-Vacoas is found one of the two natural lakes of Mauritius. It rests within the crater of an extinct volcano. Ganga Talao is an important pilgrimage site and many Mauritians of the Hindu faith walk there during the Maha Shivaratri festival or the night fasting dedicated to Shiva.
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