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Mauritius, a tropical paradise in the Indian Ocean, offers world-class holiday resorts, water sports, and activities for families and romantics. Mauritian staff offers a “no problem” attitude, and Port Louis offers shopping for memorable experiences.

Must see attractions in Mauritius 

Île Aux Aigrettes Mauritius’ Île aux Aigrettes is a 26-hectare nature reserve, located near Pointe Jérome and Le Preskîl. It preserves rare coastal forests and offers a sanctuary for endemic and endangered wildlife species. Visitors can see Aldabra giant tortoises, ebony trees, wild orchids, and rare bird species. The Mauritian Wildlife Foundation manages the reserve.

Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens Mauritius’ SSR Gardens, a world-renowned botanical garden, is a popular tourist attraction, following London’s Kew Gardens. The gardens feature a pond filled with giant Victoria amazonica water lilies, native to South America, and a variety of palms, including stubby bottle palms, tall royal palms, talipot palms, raffia, sugar, toddy, fever, fan, and sealing-wax palms. Golf-buggy tours are available for those with limited mobility. The gardens are a must-see for nature enthusiasts.

Vallée De Ferney Vallée de Ferney, a 400-year-old forest in Mauritius, is home to the endangered raptors, Mauritian kestrels. The reserve, protected by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, is a crucial conservation and ecotourism area. Guides lead visitors along a 3km trail, highlighting the flora and fauna. The reserve has also reintroduced other endangered species, such as the pink pigeon and echo parakeet. Despite attempts to develop a highway through the protected area, scars remain.

Blue Penny Museum The Blue Penny Museum in Port Louis is a comprehensive museum that explores the island’s exploration, settlement, and colonial period, including the Paul and Virginie story. The museum houses two rare Mauritian one-penny and two-pence stamps, considered a national treasure. Visitors can also admire antique maps, engravings, and photographs, as well as the famous statue of Prosper d’Épinay, based on Bernardin de St-Pierre’s novel Paul et Virginie.

Eureka Eureka, Mauritius’s Creole mansion, is a museum and time machine that showcases the island’s colonial history. Built in the 1830s, it boasts 109 doors and more rooms than a Cluedo board. The rooms are adorned with period furniture imported by the French East India Company, including antique maps and a unique shower contraption. The estate’s name was inspired by Eugène Le Clézio’s successful auction bid in 1856.

Our Tours

10 Days -9 Night Family Tour

7 Days – 6 Night Quad – Pirate Tour

11 Days -10 Night Safari And Adventure Tour

4 Days – 3 Night Natural Wonder Tour

Special Offer Tour – Welcome Gifts

7 Days – 6 Night Museum Tour

Our Activities

Eureka House Tour

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National Botanical Garden – Photagraphy Museum Tour

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Underwater Sea Walk Tour

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The Chateau De Labourdonnais Tour

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Pirate Boat Cruise Tour To Ile Aux Cerfs

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The Rhumerie De Chamarel Distillery Tour

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Glass Bottom Trip And Snorkelling Tour At Blue Bay

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Semi Submarine Tour

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Accommodation

Tamassa Hotel

Lux resort Grand Gaube

Merville Beach Hotel

Villas Caroline Beach Hotel

Le Grand Bleu

Casuarina Resort

Voila Hotel

Villa Mascareignes

Exploring Safaris Mauritius

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