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Nice Places to Visit in Mauritius

Mauritius offers you much more than you can think of. A country so small, will surprise you with a lot of things. From the flora to the fauna, you will have a good time experiencing the different gardens and beaches in this country. Mauritius is also a perfect example of the phrase unity in diversity. A lot of religions are practiced here in perfect peace and calm. Mauritius vacation ideas also include short trips, where you can see most of the places mentioned below.

Port Louis
One of the first places you should visit in Mauritius, you have to, have to see in Port Louis, is the second oldest race course in the southern Hemisphere. It is called the Champ de Mars, built in 1812. Also worth visiting are the museums in this city, namely the Mauritius Natural History Museum, the Mauritius Stamp Museum, and the Blue Penny Museum. The Signaux mountain is another sight from where tourists can enjoy the beautiful view of the entire city. This city will offer you some of the best colonial buildings, with Fort Adelaide needing an important mention. Tourists are also said to love the Central market here. The temples, mosques, cathedrals, and pagodas throughout the city, are also a must visit.

Royal Botanical Gardens of Pamplemousses
This botanical garden is globally famous and a must see for all tourists. It has some 600 or more different types and species of plants and trees. The best part is, it hosts some 80 different amazing species of palms. This botanical garden was established in 1770 and has been structured beautifully. Some of the palm species available here are the Brazilian Queen Palm, Chinese Lady Palm, and the Royal Palm. The huge water lilies in this garden complete the mesmerizing beauty it has to offer. People who visited this botanical garden swore that they had never seen such big water lilies before. Also visit the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens, once you are in Mauritius.

Ile aux Cerfs
Ile aux Cerfs is an offshore island that is situated near the country’s east coast. Most tourists choose Mauritius as their holiday destination to enjoy some of the best beaches in the world. If you are amongst them, Ile aux Cerfs is what you should look for. The island offers breathtaking views that include turquoise water and amazing white sands. The beautiful lush green palm trees complete the picture perfectly. You can arrive at this island with the help of a jetty, some 3 hours would be sufficient for a complete tour. Near the main beach, you can find some amazing coves to relax. However, the south-west beaches should be avoided as they aren’t safe for swimming. There is also an 18-hole golf course designed by Bernhard Langer on this island, for those who love golf!

Chamarel is perhaps one of the most well-known places in Mauritius. This village has a mention in some of the geography textbooks as well. Situated in the southwest of portion of the country, it is famous for two tourist spots – one, the seven colored earth and second, the Chamarel waterfalls. The earth in this village has seven colors to it, an outcome of the volcanic rocks that cooled down gradually. When you look at these landscapes for the first time, you might feel as though there are shadows spread over it. Some shops in the village also sell test tubes filled with this seven colored earth. The Chamarel waterfalls are another spectacular view as you can witness one of the most beautiful falls at a height of some 83meters. The sugarcane fields throughout the village also add to the scenic views here.

Casela Bird Park
Though the entire Black River Gorges area needs a proper visit from every tourist, the Casela Bird Park needs a special mention. This is another park that will take you a bit more closer to the awesome diversity in the flora and fauna of Mauritius. With some 120 species of birds, it is also home to some tortoises and some fish. A unique bird here, is the ‘Pink Pigeon’ of Mauritius. This park would certainly make it to the top spot in any ornithologist’s travel list. Spread over 20 acres, some of the birds found here are the necked pheasant, the cockadoo, the cockatiel pea and the crested pigeon. Surprisingly, you would also get to see some animals such as lemurs and tigers. Quite a visit it would be, wouldn’t it?