Place to Visit in Mauritius

Mauritius is a spellbound, small shimmer island surrounded by the blue waters of the Indian Ocean about 2000km off the southeast coast of the African continent. Mark Twain once wrote that ‘Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius’. For the most part, it’s true: Mauritius is rightly famed for its sapphire waters, powder-white beaches and luxury resorts. But there’s so much more attraction to Mauritius than the beach, and it's the kind of place that rewards even the smallest attempts at exploration. There’s hiking in the forested and mountainous interior and world-class diving and snorkeling offshore. There are boat trips to near-perfect islets and excursions to botanical gardens and colonial plantation houses. Mauritius is a fabulous culinary destination with great wildlife watching thrown in. And the real Mauritius away from the beach resorts – a hot curry of different cultures and quiet fishing villages – is never far away.

The divergence of tastes, colors and cultures blends so well in this minute island that people are swayed by its indelible effects. Each visitor is fascinated by the exceptional white sandy beaches and captivating the scenic tourist spots. Mauritius gives peace in harmony which will help you to nurture your soul. Mauritius is a sensual gratification which compels visitors to return its shores again and again.

Top Places to visit in Mauritius:

  • Grand Baie
  • Chamarel Coloured Earth
  • Casela Nature Park
  • Jalsa Beach
  • Grand Bassin
  • Downtown Port Louis
  • Le Morne
  • Rodrigues
  • Ile Aux Cerfs
  • China Town
  • Rochester Falls
  • La Cuvette Beach
  • Peyerbere Beach
  • Notre Dame Auxiliatrice
  • Blue Bay Marine Park
  • Chamarel Waterfalls
  • Citadel Fort
  • Black River Gorges National Park
  • Le Moren Brabant
  • Blue Penny Museum
Mauritius Tours on Bicycle

Casela National Park, Mauritius

The East Mauritius:

  • La Place D’Armes
  • Statue of Mahe de la Bourdonnais
  • The Government House
  • Port Louis Theatre
  • Fort Adelaide
  • AapravasiGhat
  • BRIC
  • Natural History Museum
  • Mauritius Postal Museum
  • Blue Penny Museum
  • The Bank of Mauritius  Museum
  • Marie Reine de la Paix
  • Telfair Municipal Garden
  • Rochester Falls
  • Blue Bay Beach
  • Rivière des Galets and Ilôt Sancho

The West & South-West Mauritius:

  • Mahebourg
  • Pointe Canon
  • National History Museum
  • Cavendish Bridge
  • Battery of Devil's Point
  • Ile aux Aigrettes, Nature reserve
  • Blue Bay
  • Blue Bay Marine Park
  • Le Souffleur
  • La Roche Qui Pleure
  • Gris-Gris Restaurants
  • Robert-Edward Hart Museum - Souillac
  • Baie du Cap Road
  • The Dutch landing spot
  • Rodrigues
Blue Bay Marine Park in Mauritius

The East Mauritius:

  • Ile aux Cerfs
  • Grand River South East
  • Roches Noires and Poste Lafayette
  • Bras d’Eau
  • Belle Mare
  • Flacq

The West & South-West Mauritius:

  • Albion and Pointe aux Sables
  • Flic Enflac
  • Tamarin and Black River
  • Martello Tower at La Preneuse
  • Black River Gorges National Park
  • Case Noyale and La Gaulette
  • Ile aux Bénitiers
  • Le Morne Brabant
  • One Eye
  • Piton de la Rivière Noire and Chamarel
  • Le Morne

The North Mauritius:

  • Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden
  • The Red Roof Chapel in Cap Malheureux
  • The Maheswarnath Mandir of Triolet
  • Goodlands Market
  • Paul and Virginie monument at Poudre D’or
  • Van Ann Chocolate Manufactures
  • History of Pamplemousses
  • Trou aux Beach
  • Mont Choisy Beach
  • PereyberePublic Beach

Island & Center:

  • Rose Hill
  • Quatre Bornes
  • Vacoas
  • Curepipe
  • Trou aux Cerfs
  • Ganga Talao
  • Eureka "La Maison Créole", Moka
  • The Folk Museum of Indian Immigration
  • Mahatma Gandhi Institute
  • Curepipe Botanical Garden
  • Balfour Garden
Beach Resort in Mauritius

Red Church at Cap Malheureux in Mauritius

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