NORTH & CITY TOUR
Discover the beauty of the Mauritius. Explore enchanting landscapes, visit iconic landmarks, and immerse yourself in the culture of the citizens and village lifestyle.
Arranged at a stature of 100 meters on the slope of Petite Montagne could be a post called Citadel moreover known as Post Adelaide named after the spouse of William II when British claimed the arrive in Harbour Louis. The post is found at a conspicuous put that empowers you to have a look at the harbor as well as the complete city of Harbour Louis. The radiant Post was built within the 19th century, outlined by Colonel Cunningham. Built with an deliberate of giving security to the British Armed force from the drawing closer foe, numerous Indian and African slaves had put in their full hearted exertion to develop the astonishing Fortification.
Le Caudan Waterfront is a commercial development in Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius. It includes shops, banking facilities, casinos, cinemas, restaurants, a marina and a five star hotel.
The Port Louis Central Market, also known as the Bazaar of Port Louis, is the city's main shopping destination. It is separated into parts with many stalls offering a variety of goods.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are the focus of the market's main section. With the arrangement for the colorful fruits and vegetables, you will have a genuine feast for the eyes.The famed Craft Market is located on the first floor of the Central Market. You'll find a wide variety of locally made souvenirs, spices, and local handicrafts at reasonable pricing here. Even for the most difficult person you know, we are confident that you will find a gift.
SSRN BOTANICAL GARDEN
The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanic Garden, commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanic Garden, is a popular tourist attraction in Pamplemousses, near Port Louis, Mauritius, and the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere.
RED ROOF CHURCH
Visitors and worshippers alike go to this Roman Catholic Church. On Sunday mornings, a large number of tourists attend church. The beach behind the church, as well as the church itself, is a popular site for newlyweds to have their photos done, so it's not uncommon to see couples here. The beach behind you allows you to relax and enjoy the view while your children play in the white sand and explore the aquatic life in the rock pools. Fishermen are also often docked, bringing in their latest catch.
Grand-Baie is a village in northern Mauritius. Its sandy beaches include secluded La Cuvette, and sailboat-dotted Grand-Baie Public Beach, in a sheltered cove. The popular Pereybere Public Beach is to the northeast. The village has restaurants and lively bars. Vendors at the Grand Baie Bazaar sell handicrafts. Offshore, Gunner's Quoin and Flat Island are surrounded by waters with hammerhead sharks and game fish.