05:55-Depart on Air Mauritius flight to Mauritius 12:30-Arrive,Meet our local Representative at the arrival hall, Transfer to your Hotel Dinner at hotel
We start the day with the visit of different factory outlets of branded garments,jewellery & diamond including ship models, the speciality of Mauritius souvenir.Trou- aux-Cerfs, the extinct volcano crater from where one can enjoy the panoramic view of Curepipe as well as the western part of the island. Grand-Bassin, known as the Ganga Talao is a sacred lake resting in the crater of an extinct volcano with its mandirs.Plaines Champagne and Black River Gorges view of the flora and fauna.Chamarel world unique seven coloured earth. Back to the hotel @ 17:00 hrs ,Dinner at hotel.
Proceed to Belle Mare Beach for: Optional water sports activities available such as tube, flying boat, banana ride, parasailing. Visit to Ile Aux Cerfs island A small paradise island for sea lover. sand and the sun off the east coast.Please carry beach towels, swimming suits, plenty of drinks and snacks. Dinner at hotel
Proceed to the Botanical Garden (entrance fee excluded).Then we transfer to City of Port Louis for Shopping & to see the Citadel Fort. Magnificent view of the harbor and the capital city.Visit the Caudan Waterfront where you can enjoy your shopping experience on the water's edge with a variety of restaurant & fast food and spend some time in the casino also. Walk through the underground subway to discover the capital city
Enjoy Option al Activities Dinner at hotel
Breakfast @ hotel Enjoy Option al Activities Dinner at hotel
Breakfast @ hotel Leave hotel for lunch at restaurant 12:00-Check out, time free till evening, 18:00-Transfer to airport to board your flight leaving at 21:35, 04:55 + 1- Arrive Bangalore
This garden is known to naturalists throughout the world for its large collection of indigenous and exotic plants.This famous gardens, was started in 1735 by Mahe de Labourdonnais.The garden boasts 500 different species of plants. Of particular interest are the giant water-lilies (Victoria Regia), a spice garden and the Talipot Palms, said the flower once every 60 years after which they die.
This natural lake resting in the crater of an extinct volcano is a place of pilgrimage for all Hindus, especially on the occasion of Maha Shivaratree. This religious festival is celebrated in honour of the God Shiva, in February. After a fast, Hindu devotees, dressed in spotless white, carry the Kanwar-made with bamboo richly decorated with paper and flowers-in a procession to Grand Bassin to bring back holy water.
A tropical paradise set amid abundantly beautiful gardens. It is situated in the Riviere Noire District. This bird park stretches over 25 hectares and contains more 140 varieties amounting to 2,500 birds. Specimen from the five continents may be seen there. You will find other attractions such as tigers, fish ponds, tortoises, monkeys, orchids (seasonal). This is a wonderful park for children to enjoy.
The unique Mauritian estate inflames your imagination through the harmonious union of history, culture and nature.Domaine Les Pailles is the culmination of a dream. In addition to the various restaurants ( Indian, Chinese, Italian and Creole), it contains a replica of an VIII th century sugar mill, a traditional copper still where the famous Domaine rum is made.The Domaine Les Pailles proposes carriages, 4x4 and quad biking tours and a visit of its spice garden.
This area, situated in the western region of Mauritius called Black River, was named after Antoine de Chamarel, an ex-captain of the French army who, in the 18th century, bought land there to cultivate vanilla, coffee and pepper. Coffee is still cultivated there today. At Chamarel, you will find a small church, a community center and small houses, typical of the region. Tourists visiting Chamarel wil first be attracted to the Seven Coloured Earth and the Chamarel Cascade. Their rounded-shaped dunes of purple, red, blue, yellow, and ochre shaded are very particular and are intriguing to geologists. Today you can find samples of these coloured earths, sold in little plastic tubes all around the island; some are attached, for example, to key rings.
Near Riviere des Anguilles nestled in the wild south of the island, in the heart of an unspoiled forest, is this farm where Nile crocodiles, imported from Madagascar are bred. Winding paths will lead you through 5 hectares of tropical forest to discover other animals (monkeys, wild boars, bats, deer and huge tortoises-150 years old).The crocodile affame serves normal lunch and snacks but also specialises in crocodile meat dishes.A gift shop complete the scene.
This natural parc is situated on the 3000 acres of the Rose-Belle sugar plantation, district of Grand-Port.It represents a good example of diversification project created by sugarcane plantations. In this parc, you will discover fresh water shrimps, cultivated in a chemically treated water; several anthurium greenhouses, used only for exportation. Other plantations, like the watercress, are sold to the local market. At Le Val, you will also see deer, sheep, and tropical fish in a mini aquarium.
Nestled between the turquoise blue of Le Vieux Grand Port and the emerald green of a unique primary forest, Le Domaine d'Anse Jonchee is a heaven of peace and a calm retreat, away from stressful cities and noisy places.
History: Le Domaine exists since 1988. Indeed part of the valley of Le Domaine d'Anse Jonchee used to be known as Le Domaine du Chasseur for about 20 years. In August 2006, Mr Boule acquired le Domaine du chasseur and le Domaine d'Ylang-ylang with some of it surrounding land. In February 2007, the overall property became Le Domaine d'Anse Jonchee. This new name goes along with a new management team, a new workforce and a new spirit. To complete our product offer and highlight our new positioning, we bought the Old Ylang-ylang Distillery in October 2007.
Our Will: We axed our activity in the eco-tourism field in which we aim to be a reference. To settle our positioning, we are proposing only eco-friendly activities, a Simply Mauritius experience in a unique and breathtaking environment. Also, thank to our partnership with the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, we are preserving our natural environment, conserving endemic fauna & flora of Mauritius Island & helping in monitoring & preserving an endemic falcon, the Kestrel.
Eureka is a unique Creole house built in 1830 in a magnificient garden surrounded by waterfalls of Moka River and the Moka Range. A visit to Eureka is a must to understand fully the charms of the tropics. Don't forget to stop at the restaurant Le Ravin which is by this colonial house.
Discover new outdoor activities in the heart of a unique 12 hectare tropical forest, with Parc Aventure Chamarel. Regardless of athletic ability, the young and not so young can roam from trees to trees, and path to path, attached to a lifeline (safety equipment). In order to fully enjoy the site's fabulous views, kiosks have been placed overlooking the Chamarel valley, the Black River peak. We offer a wonderful experience in a site that is one of its kind in Mauritius, with two overhead courses, that cater to all levels. These courses of differing difficulty can be done one after the other. Parc Aventure's activities also provides a learning experience as a wide variety of plants are labeled along the paths.Parc Aventure Chamarel.Adventure at your fingertips.
The Garden Tea Route will make you discover a typical and traditional Mauritius.It starts at Curepipe, by visiting the Domaine des Aubinaux, one of the last colonial houses found on the central plateau, built in 1872. This house used to be the residence of the owner of the field of Bois Cheri. The road leading to the factory crosses the plantations of tea where one can see women gathering the precious tea leaves. The guided tours of the factory will enable you to discover the thousand and one secrecies of tea: rooms for drying, with the technique of selection according to quality-10 different qualities are produced-and finally the place where the tea is bagged. Several varieties of tea, from natural flavour and to vanilla, are exported towards South Africa, France and the United Kingdom. Do not forget to make a halt to the country cottage for a tasting!