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Things to see
in Mauritius

Discover our amazing nature, explore our wonderful parks, walk our fantastic beaches

Mauritius is a mythical destination for its beaches, sea and sun. Yet the island has a rich cultural, historical and natural heritage. Hundreds of activities will seduce young and old, whether as a couple, with family, friends or for a business trip.



To see in Mauritius

Whether to give you the maximum information to prepare your holidays or guide you on the spot. You will find on our site - based on a Google Maps navigation - all the information of what to see and visit in this very beautiful country which covers an area of 1865 km², for 65 km long and 45 km wide . It is also an island full of history, made famous by its navigators. Since 1968, Mauritius has benefited from a genuine democracy with regular elections that have allowed alternation four times. The places to visit in Mauritius are legion, its nature is exceptional, the island has many museums and exhibitions not to be missed, it offers the most unique attractions but also and above all, one of the greatest wealth of Mauritius is undoubtedly its people: its ethnic mix gives it a unique cultural identity.



Culture et Nature

What there is to see in Mauritius is quite impressive given the small size of the island:

• Unmissable geographical locations such as the ancient crater of Trou aux Cerfs and the Tamarin Falls, the waterfall and the land of the 7 colors of Chamarel, the Botanical Garden of Pamplemousse or the underwater life and the coral of Île aux Cerfs.

• Mystical places like the famous Grand Bassin lake (the most sacred place in Mauritius) or the energy Vortex located in the South of Mauritius.

• Markets in Mauritius where to go when you want to go shopping in Mauritius without breaking the bank. Like the market of Mahébourg: every Monday, the daily market of Port-Louis or the market of Flacq (Wednesday and Sunday) the largest open-air market of the island.

• Authentic places like the charming town of Curepipe or the fair of Quatre-Bornes.

• History and crafts with the living museum of the Sugar Adventure or the Chamarel rum.

• But also the natural beauty of Ile aux Aigrettes, Pointe d'Esny, Blue Bay, Mahébourg, Le Morne, Ferney Valley, Ile aux Cerfs, Trou aux Biches, Ile aux Bernaches, and the giant coral facing the island of Benitiers ...



Who makes the selection?

Our selection is based solely on our own experiences and those of our friends who live here in Mauritius. It is not based on a paying system. The general referencing visible on the homepage is only oriented in the interest of the users of our site dedicated to Mauritius. The proposed venues are intended to be as objective as possible for an audience composed of both casual visitors but also for Mauritian residents and expats living in Mauritius.