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SIGHT SEEING » PORT-LOUIS & SURROUNDING REGIONS

Museum of Natural History
Apart from various other exhibits the museum gives you a chance to see the Dodo bird reconstructed.
Museum of Natural History (Capital)
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Pere Laval Tomb
The Shrine of Pere Laval at Sainte Croix.
Pere Laval Tomb (Capital)
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Mahe de Labourdonnais Statue
Count Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais, was the first governor of Ile de France.
Mahe de Labourdonnais Statue (Capital)
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Central Market
A vibrant and busy spot in the capital where various tropical fruit and vegetables are sold.
Central Market (Capital)
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Jummah Mosque
A Beautiful Large mosque with grand architecture.
Jummah Mosque (Capital)
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La Citadelle
A fortified citadel which has been converted into a theatre.
La Citadelle (Capital)
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China Town
A busy area of small Chinese shops and traders.
China Town (Capital)
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Champ De Mars
Horse Racing, opens from May to November.
Champ De Mars (Capital)
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Aapravasi Ghat
The Immigration Depot (Hindi: Aapravasi Ghat) is a building complex located in Port Louis, on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius,...
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Fort Adelaide
At 100 meters high, the 1834 British-built Citadel provides an excellent view over Port-Louis and the crystalline water of the harbour.
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The innate beauty and the extravagant natural make up of Mauritius has contributed to its international recognition as the star of the Indian Ocean or the Paradise Island. Although primarily famous for its amazing beaches, the island nonetheless has a vast number of other breathtaking points of attraction. It has more to offer inland as well as along the south coast. Its beautiful sights combined with its climate and lifestyle converge to make Mauritius a complete destination for tourists.

Interesting points of attraction across the island are within easy reach of each other and it rarely takes more than an hour to drive from one sight to the other. Natural reserves like waterfalls, gorges, lakes, rivers and craters are located mostly in the south of the island. Man-made sights such as the salt-pans,museums, temples and gardens are worth the detour. Diverse other features, for instance monuments and historical locations commemorating important people and events are mandatory for those who love history.


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