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    Casela Nature & Leisure Park - bird park

    by Bob_Shan Written Aug 23, 2014

    Bird park is a more accurate name for the place. The collection of birds are great and exotic. The park itself situated at the hill with great view of Indian sea coast. The rest of it, like safari, big cats walking are so so,

    Entry ticket is Rp. 450 per person, Rp. 300 for a kid, all other in-park activities subject to extra cost, a rip-off to some extent.

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    Le Morne - World Heritage Site

    by Bob_Shan Written Aug 23, 2014

    It is just a monument to memorize what happened in the past in this area, nice beach and mountain view though.

    Doesn't worth to travel specifically here unless you choose to stay with one of the golf resorts nearby.

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  • Mixed Bag

    by Raakhee Written Apr 19, 2013

    Mauritius offers the best of water activities as well as sight seeing.

    We opted to hire a travel guide rather than hit it out on our own. Our guide was excellent, experienced and knew all the local spots. He also suggested activities and areas to visit anticipating weather conditions.

    For anyone out there looking for a stress free holiday with young children, commuting comfortably in a saloon car and not having to worry about being ripped off and delayed buses, please contact -

    We just didn't want to spend our time on the beach. Our guide helped us with a mixed bag of activities as well as sight seeing - kayaking, under water sea walk, pedal boat, chilling out on the beach, viewing the botanical gardens, glass making, model ship building , zip lining, quad biking, speed boat, island hopping and a personalised lunch on an island.

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    Frederik Hendrik Museum

    by nora_south_africa Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Small museum on the east coast of Mauritius, I give a web site with some history.
    This is the site of the first human settlement in Mauritius. The Dutch discovered Mauritius in 1598. However, they settled here only in 1638, when the Fort Frederik Hendrik was constructed.

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  • Mauritius A paradise on Earth

    by mickyjohnson Written Sep 18, 2010

    Hi Friends and my dear Travellers freaks,

    It has been a remarkable experience sharing some of the best exotic places I have been to and one of them is the beautiful paradise called mauritius. I loved this place so much that I travel every year once for 10 days atleast to relax myself and chill out.

    Mauritius is not so expensive as compared to other destionations like Miami, Bahamas but it is quite natural, less people,surrounded by great beaches and food with a great night life too. So I wrote all my experiences to how to travel to mauritius, how to get the conversion done to maurtian rupees, which things you shouldn't miss out like chamarel, under sea walk, water scooters, parasailing, cruise trip, walk with tigers, Gangatalao lake , Grand bassin etc with all the hot and happening places with all the specialities. So please visit to my ebooks store i.e http://www.ebooksyours.com/mauritius.html . Download this ebook for just for $10 and have a great virtual ride of mauritius and all the tips,advices you want to have before you visit the place.

    Thanks,
    Micky

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    Perybere??

    by nora_south_africa Written Aug 7, 2010

    Perybere is my favourite place to go in Mauritius, lots of locals, the best local beach on the island, we even do night swimming here.
    There is a tour operater in Perybere that can book tours to the whole island as well as boat tours.
    There is a bank and money exchanger. There is a public phone, a supermarket and some clothing chops.
    There are plenty of taxi on the main road and its on the bus route... via grand Baie to port Louis. as well as in the other direction where you can take a bus or taxi to the market in goodlands ( very cheap)
    You can buy local foods quite cheap on the beach and just in front of the hotel is a local stall that sells most delicious roti.
    there are also a few restaurants.
    There is a truck that sometimes sells fresh vegtables.
    There is a local with name Patrick on the beach that does snorkel and island visits.Ask for him.

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    Catamaran Cruises

    by junecorlett Written Feb 9, 2009

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    Catamarans head north from Grand Bay to Ilot Gabrielle, from Shandrani to Ille aux Cerfs or from Tamarin Bay to Port Louis. Each boat carries snorkelling equipment, and a delicious barbecue is prepared by the crew. Listen to great music as well.
    This is a full day trip.

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    L'Adventure Du Sucre

    by junecorlett Written Feb 9, 2009

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    Visit this authentic old sugar producing factory completely restored and discover the fascinating world of sugar. The exhibits take you back in time to let you ubderstand the extent to which the history of Mauritius is so strongly linked to the sugar industry.

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    La Vanille crocodile park

    by nora_south_africa Updated Mar 18, 2007

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    La Vanille Crocodile Park in Mauritius is near Riviere des Anguilles, to the southern region of Mauritius. Step inside the La Vanille Reserve and be mesmerized with the tropical vegetation. Explore the indigenous plants in the reserve. On your tour to La Vanille Crocodile Park, prepare yourself to be thrilled with a sight of considerable number of Nile crocodiles in their breeding waterholes. These crocodiles are transferred from Madagascar.

    La Vanille Crocodile Park in Mauritius is not only about crocodiles and tropical plants but also about variety of other animal species like monkeys, bats, etc. The reserve also houses shops and restaurant offering lunches and delicious quick snacks. Around 500 tortoises hover around the park. There is around 20, 000 different species of insects in an insectarium inside the reserve. Stroll in the plush forest and admire nature's glory. This spectacular tourist attraction in Mauritius was opened for the general public ten years ago. An impressive number of fruit bats, mangooses, lizards, fish, chameleons and many other species of reptiles and animals can be

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    Pamplemousse Gardens

    by chikidee Updated Jan 5, 2007

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    In this big park you can see all sorts of interesting plants, especially palm trees. I recommend to hire a guide because it's much more interesting walking through the park, getting a lot of useful information about the plants. You can hire guides at the car park. Many languages are available, such as English, French, German.
    However, it's also nice just for a stroll and as a welcome change to the beach...

    Lipstick palm tree Almond Tree Baobab Tree
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    relaxing job

    by hivaoa1 Written Sep 4, 2006

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    there is a lot of people on the island who work when they need to
    like this guy, he was working for the day taking some tourist to other beaches, other than that he said he goes fishing for a living ;P
    what a relaxing life
    no stress

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    The best beach on the Island: Trou aux biches

    by hivaoa1 Written Sep 4, 2006

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    this is my fave beach, Trou aux biches at the border with Mont Choisy
    the water is so clear, so many colored fishes visible even without going snorkelling, corals spread everywhere on the shore, so clean ;-)

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    Ile aux Cerf

    by Weener Written Jun 21, 2004

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    This island has to be one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. The beaches are just how you expect a tropical island to be. Warm clear shallow waters, white sand that goes on and on for miles, and forests. This picture doesn't do it justice, you'll just have to experience it for yourself!

    Ill aux cerf

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    Port Louis, capital city of Mauritius

    by victorwkf Updated Oct 11, 2003

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    Port Louis is the only deep water harbour of Mauritius and is the island capital with a population of about 400,000 people. It is surrounded by mountains and the ocean. Famous things include the beautiful waterfront area, central market, various statues located in the city centre, governor's house and the horse racing course. I will share with you these information on my Port Louis VT page, so you can go there for more information.

    Port Louis, Mauritius
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    The north coast & Coin De Mire

    by victorwkf Written Oct 10, 2003

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    The north coast of Mauritius is famous for its scuba diving sites, especially near to the small island of Coin De Mire which can be seen easily when you are in the north coast. There is a famous viewpoint of Coin De Mire at Cap Malheurex where a Roman Catholic church is located.

    Coin De Mire island, Mauritius
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