Full Day Cultural Tour

Grand Bassin( Ganga Talao)

Ganga Talao is a crater lake situated in a secluded mountain area in the district of Savanne, deep in the heart of Mauritius. It is about 1800 feet above sea level.And it has a surface elevation of 550 meters. Every year the Hindus goes there from their houses to there by foot.

Jummah Mosque

Jummah Mosque

The Jummah Mosque is a worshipping place for the Muslims. It is also situated in Port-Louis and it was built around 1852.The building combines Indian, Creole and Islamic Architecture.

Kwan Tee Pagoda

The Kwan Tee or Guan Di Pagoda is the oldest in the Southern Hemisphere and the oldest one in Mauritius. Located at Les Salines, on a Longitude of -20°9'42.12" and Latitude 57°29'31.2", it faces the sea and against the mountains. Its construction and location  abides by the principles of spirituality. The pagoda is a very peaceful place with its majestic piece of land and beautiful gardens full of coconut trees in the front of the yard and at the back and a few seasonal fruit trees.  The Kwan Tee pagoda is an oasis of peace and tranquillity though located in one of the most busiest and stressful place and capital of Mauritius. It is a perfect place for meditation.

Sockalingum Meenatchee Ammen Kovil

The temple is well maintained and has many brightly colours statues and buildings in the compound.
The construction of this architectural marvel began in 1854 on the land conceded by Sir Emilien Boucher de Boucherville. The kovil, Tamil name for a temple, has been consecrated in 1860 and dedicated to God Shiva.
The Hindu temple Shri Sockalingum Meenatchee Ammen, also known as the Kaylasson Temple, is the most important Tamil place of worship of Mauritius. Situated at Sainte-Croix, its splendid traditional architecture, with a Dravidian style from the south of India, rises in the sky of this northern suburb of Port-Louis.

St Louis Cathedral

Saint Louis Cathedral in Port Louis is among the oldest church in Mauritius. Built in 1814/15 and promoted to Cathedral in 1847, the church is the final works of Governor Sir Robert Farquar. The site of the church was however identified in the years 1750s sometimes after the departure of Mahe de La Bourdonnais, who had then selected another site for the construction of a place of worship for the inhabitants of Port Louis. Mahe de La Bourdonnais suggested the church to be errected on the current site of the Supreme Court but due to certain restrictions of the proposed site; possibility of further enhancements, water canals etc, the choice was disregarded.