Whenever you are on a vacation or planning for one, you try your best to make sure that you explore all the special sites of that place. You make sure that there should be nothing special left to see and add them all to your list. We all know for a fact that we can visit one place at a time, and rushing the trip to visit all the places might lead to exertion and chaos. In the hurry of exploring every place, you wouldn’t be able to appreciate the beauty of any place. So, instead of visiting every site and ruining the whole experience of your holiday, you can prepare a practical list of all the special spots you wish to visit on your vacation. Well, as you know, we are here to solve every problem of yours because that’s what we do. If you are looking for the best sites to visit on your next trip to the majestic land of Mauritius then, you have come to the right place. We have curated a list of all the must-visit places in Mauritius that you certainly would not want to miss traveling. So, make sure to add these astounding places in your itinerary and enjoy your vacation to the marvelous land of beaches, Mauritius.
The majestic land of Mauritius houses sparkling waterfalls and beaches. One such waterfall is the Chamarel waterfalls, one of the best waterfalls of Mauritius is worth a visit. Not just the astonishing waterfall but, you will experience the magic of nature by visiting the colorful Chamarel colored earth, a true work of art by nature using all the colors of the rainbow.
Mauritius is a land engulfed in the beauty of nature. Mauritius offers a wide variety of national parks and gardens but the Black River Gorges National Park is one of its kind. You will find diverse flora and fauna amidst the breathtakingly beautiful lush green surroundings. Not just for beauty, the park is famous for adventurous activities like hiking and camping as well.
If you seek nature to attain nirvana then, visiting Mauritius is going to be your best decision. The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden is one of the most special places of Mauritius. The garden, also known as the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, is located near Port Louis and is quite popular among tourists for its exotic view which will leave you feeling all fresh and relaxed.
A lighthouse is not commonly found at every place but, when you get a chance to visit one of the most beautiful lighthouses then, why miss it? The Light House of Albion is located on the western coast of Mauritius, making it one of the most popular sites here. The beautiful architecture and the astonishing surroundings would surely take your breath away.
If wildlife safaris excite you then, this is the best place in Mauritius for you, which you would not want to miss. The Casela World of Adventures, also known as Casela Nature Park, has got all you would wish for as a wildlife lover. So, get ready for an open jeep ride or if you have a heart as strong as steel, then opt for the elephant back rides, to enhance the adventure of your safari.
The world underneath the sea is one spectacular creation of mother nature. If you wish to see that world closely then, Mauritius has got you covered. Experience the most exquisite coral views in the Blue Bay Marine Park surrounded by mangroves and seagrass, where you can perform various water sports, snorkeling being the most famous one to witness the absolute beauty of marine life.
Any trip is incomplete without shopping from the local market. The Port Louis market is home to colorful streets and artistic handiworks. You can also buy decoratives for your house and souvenirs for your friends and family. You can find bamboo products and authentic herbs here and an amazing chance to experience the delicious Mauritian street food while shopping.
One of the most beautiful phenomena of nature you can witness is to see the sun rising and setting but, when you watch the sunrise from an exotic location, the experience is enhanced to another level. The Belle Mare Plage is one such beautiful spots in Mauritius, surrounded by water is the best spot to witness the most beautiful sunrise ever.
Have you ever seen big turtles moving around? If not then, the Parc Francois Leguat is going to be an exciting place for you. The Parc Francois Leguat, also known as the turtle park, stays true to its name as it houses thousands of turtles of different ages waiting to be pet by you.
The Trou aux Cerfs is truly a treat to your eyes. A small lake, surrounded by huge lush green craters providing you with a majestic view. The Trou aux Cerfs is one of the most attractive tourist spots in Curepipe. It is also known as the Murr’s Volcano which was active nearly 600,00 to 700,00 years ago and is said to become active anytime again in the coming thousand years.
People with a sweet tooth shouldn't miss visiting this marvelous Sugar Museum originally named L’Aventure du Sucre. The museum is located in the village of Pamplemousses, providing the visitors with an opportunity to explore the techniques involved in producing sugar from the 18th to 20th centuries.
No vacation is complete without visiting any religious spot of that place. The Grand Basin, also known as Ganga Talao is a lake, 600 meters above sea-level, situated in the district of Savanne. The lake is engulfed in secluded high mountains and is declared as the holy lake by the Hindus in Mauritius.