Amazing Mauritius – twenty interesting activities for you

  1. Sun-Sand-Sea = Enjoy our beaches and swim in our seas. That’s known by all because our beaches are a legend. Mauritius is well-known for its white sand, filao trees on the beaches and the sun.
  2. Casela, Le Val, Crocodile park, Aquarium at Trou aux Biches
  3. Visit nearest isles such as ile aux cerfs, ile aux Aigrettes, Ile aux phares, Ile Plate…You can take the boat at Pointe Jeromes, Mahebourg.
  4. There are lots of ‘Domaine’ – Domaine des Aubinaux, Domaine du Chasseur…
  5. Visit our malls   = Bagatelle Mall, La Croisette
  6. Caudan Waterfront: have lunch or dinner, at times there are free concerts, enjoy the Port, the many boats, meet with the locals, go to the museum, cinema, shopping,
  7. Central Market in Port-Louis and the surroundings [rue Corderie, rue Desforges]
  8. Stay two nights in a five star hotel and be the Queen/King for a week-end, spa, massage, swimming, relax, meditation,
  9. Enjoy the local food – fresh fish and other sea foods.  Ask someone to cook the Mauritian dish for you Chatini coco, lentils, fried fish with rice.
  10. Chamarel [the seven coloured earth], nature park,
  11. Visit the Pamplemousses botanical garden/ go to les Salines on Sundays and enjoy being among the locals , buy some budget local ice=cream, sit on the grass, do a pic-nic, play volley ball, foot-ball, visit the tortoise…visit the cemeteries. Your children can play at the children’s corner. You can cycle and stop for some palatable local snacks. Nearby in the Port-Louis Waterfront
  12. Enjoy street food such as Dholl Purri, Samoossas, Gateau piment, farata with vegetarian curries
  13. You can attend a Muslim walimah and enjoy the Briani post wedding to learn about our cultures
  14. Maconde and the 52 ‘contours’
  15. Visit Marie Reine de la Paix in Port-Louis and enjoy the greenries, take some unique shots and see the city of Port-Louis on its peak
  16. Visit mosques and churches [Cathedrale ST Louis]
  17. Historical buildings which remind us of the presence of Dutch, British and French people. Visit the Port-Louis postoffice, go to La Tour Koenig and Pointe aux Sables to admire the tours or La Citadelle in Port-Louis
  18. Visit our museums
  19. Surfing, underwater, have a cruise, catamaran….
  20. Maison Creole at Eureka, Moka and have your lunch there and admire the Cascade, the colonial house and of course, click some photos
  21. Champs de Mars – if you like to see horse race, you can go to the Champs de Mars. It is a unique scene mostly every Saturday [and sometimes on Sundays]
  22. Visit China Town at Rue Royale, Port-Louis and its surrounding
  23. Mont Blanc and its coloured earth

 

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Golf

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Macondé

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mauritius shopping malls

The Port Louis main market (Bazar Centrale) is a delight with its exotic fish and vegetables, saris, t-shirts, baskets, wooden and traditional handicraft products, local jewelries and souvenirs at affordable prices. The Port Louis main market is the perfect place to find those local made products, textiles, Mauritian spices, fruits and souvenirs. – the china town

China Town-Port Louis

 

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