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Combine visits to some of Mauritius' highlights — Seven Coloured Earth, Trou aux Cerfs, and Chamarel Waterfall — during this full-day tour. With a small group limited to 15 people or fewer, taste rum at a local distillery, indulge in a traditional 3-course lunch, and visit the Ship Model Factory in Floreal. Entrance fees and round-trip transportation from Mauritius accommodations are included.
This tour is highly recommended if travellers are looking to discover the history of Mauritius. It is an eight hour tour where you will visit around 8 or more attractions. Clients are free to customize the tour as it will be a privatised tour.
Driving through the Black River National Park of Mauritius to watch the amazing colored earths, the waterfalls, rivers and forest. At the park, you touch the special Ebony trees and see animals like deer, tortoises and birds. Experience Nature differently through optional activities like Quad Bikes, Zip lines and Nepalese bridge. Travel to the sacred lake of Grand Bassin where Mysticism, Tradition, Culture and Nature have created a special mix. The sacred lake is in a volcano crater, surrounded by lush vegetation creating a serene atmosphere. The temples and the divine representations add to that special atmosphere. Take the steps up the hill and discover another special view of Mauritius. Crown this special trip with a unique blend of Mauritian cuisine and you have another moment to cherish from Mauritius.
Skip the hassle of renting a car and fussing with directions on this full-day tour of Mauritius with a private driver. Pick and choose the locations and attractions that you want to see, and get the most out of each stop with commentary from your private guide. Options include Ganga Talao, the sugarcane fields, tea plantations, and other highlights; choose your own itinerary or let your driver suggest one.
Let a guide show you two sides of Mauritius—its diverse flora and fauna as well as its French roots—during this full-day tour. After hotel pickup, start at the Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens, planted during the era of the French East India Company. After strolling the grounds, head to Beau-Plan for L'Aventure du Sucre, a former sugar factory/museum. Then, it's off to the 19th-century Citadelle for a bird's-eye view of Port Louis before free time in the capital to visit spots like Caudan Waterfront.
Hello Beautiful people! Jump into our comfortable and smooth taxi car for "A Ride In The Capital. "Discover the SSR Garden with an area of 37.5 hectares of flora and fauna, attractions of both terrestrial and aquatic origins and the history of the sugar industry in Mauritius at ‘L’aventure du Sucre’. This is followed by the visit of the Capital of Mauritius; Port Louis which includes the Caudan Harbor Waterfront, the busy Port Louis local market and Fort Adelaide. !
Always trust a local when it comes to food recommendations and this street food tour of Port Louis is packed with tips. Join this small-group walking tour with a maximum of six participants and get acquainted with Port Louis' top food vendors. A guide will share details about the island's history, culture, and culinary traditions. Try Mauritian-style roti, freshly squeezed sugarcane juice, and more.
Take a closer look at the history, culture, and natural beauty of northwest Mauritius on this countryside day trip with Port Louis sightseeing and Creole lunch. This full-day tour takes you to the region’s top attractions including the Citadel Fort Adelaide and the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, to see giant water lilies, towering trees, and rare tropical fauna. The tour is capped at 15 people to ensure individualized attention from your guide.
The ideal introduction for first-time visitors to Mauritius, this multi-hour Port Louis tour gives an in-depth overview of the capital’s top attractions. Discover a mix of cultural and historical sights, from 19th-century, Tamil-built Kaylasson Temple to the Blue Penny Museum, which showcases the country’s diverse heritage. Tours include air-conditioned vehicle transfers and hotel pickup.
When you’re on holiday you want to feel free to try, taste, visit and experience as much as possible...Mauritius is a melting pot of cultures and the diversity of its people makes it a very unique destination. Manage to tear yourself away from your resort, there are some fantastic experiences to add. Mauritius has tons of breath-taking views, historic sites, blossoming forests, piquant street food and hidden locales which await to be explored. If you are planning on visiting every corner of the island of Mauritius.Hire a car with our experienced drivers and visit it at your own rhythm.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature of south Mauritius during this full-day tour. Visit the Trou aux Crefs crater for views of Curepipe, see the Hindu Ganga Talao temple in Grand Bassin, the Chamarel Waterfalls, and the famous 7 Colored Earths. Learn about each location from your informative guide and enjoy a delicious lunch of local foods before heading back to your hotel.
Escape the crowds and explore lesser-visited locations on this adventure-packed guided tour of eastern Mauritius. Highlights include a glass-bottomed boat cruise through Blue Bay Marine Park, a snorkeling expedition in crystal-clear, wildlife-filled waters, and a visit to the National History Museum of Mauritius, where you’ll learn about the island’s colonial past. Tours include door-to-door transfers and lunch.
Mauritius is more than just stunning beaches. On this history-packed, small-group guided tour, you’ll discover off-the-beaten-track attractions in the stunning northern region, from churches, gardens, and citadels to stunning art collections in the Blue Penny Museum, plus a chance to shop for souvenirs in the Port Louis market. A tasty, three-course Mauritian lunch spread is included.
Discover the wonders of the tropical Northern part of Mauritius with its charming aspects, laden with history; cultural and scenic views.Starting with a visit of the busy city of Port Louis after which you will stop at the Kaylasson Multicolored Tamil Temple. We will then take you to one of the famous attraction of the island, The Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, known worlwide for its large collection of indigenous and exotic plants, including the giant Victoria Amazonica water lilies and Talipot palm trees. A local traditional lunch will be served at Tante Athalie Table D'Hote .After the lunch drive to the Cap Malheureux village via Grand Bay. You will have photostop at the very well known village chapel with its red roof, offering a magnificent view on the Gunner's Quoin and other islands in the surrondings.
See more of Mauritius without a big group slowing you down in this private day trip. Front-door hotel pickup starts the adventure as your guide orients you for what's to come. The highlight is a visit to Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens. Afterward, head to Beau-Plan to see a former sugar factory turned museum. A look at the 19th-century Citadelle military fortification follows with terrific views of Port Louis. Finally, explore the capital city, including the Caudan Waterfront, before transport back to your hotel.
Get to know the Riviere Noire district of Mauritius during this private full-day tour from Port Louis. Visit key spots like the white sand beaches of Flit en Flac, the British fortress of Martello Tower, the small fishing villages of Casa Noyale and La Gaulette, and the UNESCO-listed Le Morne mountain. Learn about the history of Mauritius from your informative guide as you drive around and admire the beautiful scenery.
The culture of Mauritius has evolved over time to include customs from all over the world. Each influx of people brought with them flavors and traditions from home‑‑this tour explores a bit of all of them. Visit Aapravasi Ghat, Les Salines, Marie Reine de la Paix, the Citadel, and walk through Port Louis with a stop at the market at the Caudan Waterfront, plus a Creole lunch in Eureka.
Explore the beaches of the North in Mauritius and discover the natural beauty that make them beloved spots to spend time by locals and tourists. Meet at your hotel or at the port and be chauffeured for stops at Pereybère and Mont Choisy Beaches, plus a visit to the beach side village of Grand Bay, and a picture stop at the red roofed church of Cap Malheureux.
History buffs that want to know more about Mauritius' past will delight on this full-day tour of Port Louis. Explore the capital city, including UNESCO-listed Aapravasi Ghat Immigration Depot, Port Louis Theatre, and Photography Museum. Next is a visit to Le Caudan Waterfront, where you'll sample a variety of street foods at the Central Market before heading to Chinatown. Your tour guide shares historic context all along the journey.
Wonder where the Wifi is weak !The inner south and coastal route of the island is one on our favorite places to unwind and reconnect with nature.On this full-day tour, we will let you witness the rich flora and fauna at the gorges of Alexandra Falls, discover the Hindu culture, soak in the rich beauty surrounding the sacred lake of Grand Bassin and drive alongside one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world!Don’t forget your camera!
As beautiful as the beaches of Mauritius are, there is much more to this island than golden-sand shoreline. This hassle-free guided tour offers an easy way to experience the island’s diverse natural beauty, learn about Mauritian culture and crafts, and taste local rum. Go wildlife-watching at Black River Gorges National Park, take a guided tour of La Rhumerie de Charamel, and visit a glass blowing factory.
A fun approach, but very respectful of Indian spirituality in Mauritius through 3 emblematic temples, its main deities, anecdotes and history of Mauritius. Why does Shiva have a blue neck? Why should lingam be constantly watered? Why is Ganesh's right defense broken? ... Maha Shivaratree, Cavadee, Ganesh Chaturti, Ganga Snan, Govinden? ... What are we celebrating at these festivals? Hindu religion, Tamil religion?