Top 10 Things to Do in Mauritius

The stunning island destination of Mauritius has a plethora of amazing sights to see. From beaches to historical sites, we give you the list of places you cannot miss while on holiday in Mauritius!

    Ile aux Cerfs

    A tiny island in the east coast of Mauritius, Ile aux Cerfs attracts swimming and snorkeling enthusiasts from all over the world throughout the year. Extremely delicious and mouth-watering barbequed lobsters, live music and drinks – the perfect setting for a memorable holiday! The islet also provides well managed holiday accommodations for its visitors.


    The Waterpark Leisure Village

    A day with your family and children in the Waterpark Leisure Village can be a memory of a lifetime. This is the only water park currently operating in Mauritius. One of the major attractions on the east coast of Mauritius, the entertainment park provides all kinds of entertainment like water slides, jacuzzi etc.


    Flic en Flac Coast

    Formerly a quiet and serene abode along the calm and crystalline waters and white sand beaches off the West coast of Mauritius, Flic en Flac bustles with world class holiday accommodations. Hilton, Sofitel and Taj are among the few hotels that are lined up for tourists in this part of the west coast. The entire coast is spotted with the beautiful ‘filaos’ (Casuarina trees).


    Aapravasi Ghat

    To have a glimpse of the history of the island, a visit to the Aapravasi Ghat is a must. In July 2006, it was declared as a World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. It is the only remains of the “Great Experiment” which was conducted by the British after the abolition of slavery in the later years of the 19th century.


    Grand Baie (Grand Bay)

    Lively nightlife, restaurants, bars and beaches – all that you need to make your holiday a ‘memorable experience’. World class holiday rentals and exciting water sports also add to the excitement of the trip here. Take a boat trip with your family and children to find out more about natural reserves of the Northern Islands.


    Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Garden

    Located near the Pamplemousses village on the North-eastern side of Port Louis, the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Garden was built in memory of the freedom fighters of Mauritius. The giant Victoria Amazonica water lilies and other species of palm trees are a major source of attraction here.


    Naval museum of Mauritius, Mahebourg

    Built by Mr. Jean De Robillard in the 1760s, this museum was built in the architectural style of that century. During the famous "Vieux Grand Port" battle in 1810, the rival commanders from the French army and the Royal Navy received first aid in one of these rooms in the museum. The museum interests people of all ages.


    The Mahebourg Bazaar

    The bazaar often describes the ethno-cultural variety evident in this part of the world. Open from Monday to Saturday, the Mahebourg Bazaar is a great place to buy some clothing and kitsch objects. No fixed prices, happy bargaining till the prices drop!


    Belle Mare Coast

    Stretch your body and relax in the white sand beaches of the Belle Mare coast. The bright sunshine and the long stretch of white sand beach makes for a tropical paradise on the eastern coastal region of Mauritius. Also, some of the world class holiday accommodations will contribute to your ‘break free’ experience in Mauritius.


    Chamarel park

    7 colored earth & Chamarel falls – A geological wonder, the ‘seven colored earth’ of Chamarel depicts dunes with seven unique colors conglomerating in one place. The Waterfall of Chamarel is another major attraction here. Three distinct streams falling down freely from a height of 100 meters down to the gorge is a wonderful sight.

  1. Ile aux Cerfs

    A tiny island in the east coast of Mauritius, Ile aux Cerfs attracts swimming and snorkeling enthusiasts from all over the world throughout the year. Extremely delicious and mouth-watering barbequed lobsters, live music and drinks – the perfect setting for a memorable holiday! The islet also provides well managed holiday accommodations for its visitors.
  2. The Waterpark Leisure Village

    A day with your family and children in the Waterpark Leisure Village can be a memory of a lifetime. This is the only water park currently operating in Mauritius. One of the major attractions on the east coast of Mauritius, the entertainment park provides all kinds of entertainment like water slides, jacuzzi etc.
     
  3. Flic en Flac Coast

    Formerly a quiet and serene abode along the calm and crystalline waters and white sand beaches off the West coast of Mauritius, Flic en Flac bustles with world class holiday accommodations. Hilton, Sofitel and Taj are among the few hotels that are lined up for tourists in this part of the west coast. The entire coast is spotted with the beautiful ‘filaos’ (Casuarina trees).
  4. Aapravasi Ghat

    To have a glimpse of the history of the island, a visit to the Aapravasi Ghat is a must. In July 2006, it was declared as a World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. It is the only remains of the “Great Experiment” which was conducted by the British after the abolition of slavery in the later years of the 19th century.
     
  5. Grand Baie (Grand Bay)

    Lively nightlife, restaurants, bars and beaches – all that you need to make your holiday a ‘memorable experience’. World class holiday rentals and exciting water sports also add to the excitement of the trip here. Take a boat trip with your family and children to find out more about natural reserves of the Northern Islands.
  6. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Garden

    Located near the Pamplemousses village on the North-eastern side of Port Louis, the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Garden was built in memory of the freedom fighters of Mauritius. The giant Victoria Amazonica water lilies and other species of palm trees are a major source of attraction here.
  7. Naval museum of Mauritius, Mahebourg

    Built by Mr. Jean De Robillard in the 1760s, this museum was built in the architectural style of that century. During the famous "Vieux Grand Port" battle in 1810, the rival commanders from the French army and the Royal Navy received first aid in one of these rooms in the museum. The museum interests people of all ages.
  8. The Mahebourg Bazaar

    The bazaar often describes the ethno-cultural variety evident in this part of the world. Open from Monday to Saturday, the Mahebourg Bazaar is a great place to buy some clothing and kitsch objects. No fixed prices, happy bargaining till the prices drop!
  9. Belle Mare Coast

    Stretch your body and relax in the white sand beaches of the Belle Mare coast. The bright sunshine and the long stretch of white sand beach makes for a tropical paradise on the eastern coastal region of Mauritius. Also, some of the world class holiday accommodations will contribute to your ‘break free’ experience in Mauritius.
  10. Chamarel park

    7 colored earth & Chamarel falls – A geological wonder, the ‘seven colored earth’ of Chamarel depicts dunes with seven unique colors conglomerating in one place. The Waterfall of Chamarel is another major attraction here. Three distinct streams falling down freely from a height of 100 meters down to the gorge is a wonderful sight.

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