Casela Nature & Leisure Park Overview: Located in the western part of Mauritius. You can enjoy interacting with wild cats, Stroke a Lion, walk with the lion, Rando Fun, Segway Tour, Quad bike tour, Photo safari, Tilapias Fishing, Petting farm, Mini-golf, Longest Zip line in the Indian ocean. You can spend an entire day over here.
Mauritius Botanical Garden Pamplemousses Botanical Garden Overview: One of the most popular tourist attraction in Mauritius, and is located near Port Louis. It is the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere. The botanical garden is most famous for its giant water lilies, spice garden and unique collection of 85 varieties of palms from Central America, Asia, Africa and the islands around the Indian Ocean.
Mauritius Aquarium Overview: Located in the North West of Mauritius, is home to a large number of species including over 200 species of fish, invertebrates, live coral and sponges, originating from the waters around the island.
Crocodile & Giant Tortoises Park & Nature Reserve Overview: Located in the south of the island. Home to various species of animals, reptiles and plants is set in a beautiful rain forested valley with natural freshwater springs, full of prawns and fish. Unique encounter with the giant tortoises, and get a rare chance to feed, pet and play with them. Thousands of Nile crocodiles and giant tortoises are found in the park. There is also a mini zoo of Mauritian fauna. A must see is the park rare collection of butterflies and other brightly-colored insects (with about 23 000 species), which is one of the most fascinating in the world. In the park there is also a "Jungle Adventure Playground", which is an area offering fun attractions and activities, especially designed for children.
Black River Gorges National Park Overview: A national park stretching on an area of 6,574 hectares in the hilly south-western part of Mauritius. The Black River Gorges National park protects most of the island's remaining rainforest, and is home to many species of wild animals and birds. Many endemic plants and animals can be found in the park including the Mauritian flying fox, Mauritius kestrel, pink pigeon, Mauritius parakeet, Mauritius cuckoo-shrike, Mauritius bulbul.
Ile Aux Cerfs Island Overview: Near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq district. Ile Aux Cerfs is famous for its sandy beaches, beautiful lagoon and big selection of activities and facilities. In Ile Aux Cerfs you are sure to have a day of relaxation and fun on one of the picture-postcard beaches, and to enjoy a swim and snorkeling in the lagoon.
Chamarel Park - 7 colored Earth & Chamarel Water Falls Overview: It is the only place in world where you can find a clay earth of 7 colors at one place. The Chamarel Park offers another attraction to be relished first, the Waterfall of Chamarel. It is a truly beautiful waterfall, some consider it as the best in Mauritius.
Trou aux Cerfs Overview: It is a 605 m high extinct volcano located in Curepipe, 20 km south of Port Louis. Trou aux Cerfs is considered the main attractions of Curepipe. In the center of the crater there is a small lake. From the view point on the crater you will have a spectacular view of major part of Mauritius Island. The volcano is considered as a dormant volcano, which has been formed millions of years ago and was active until 600,000 to 700,000 years ago.
Ile aux Aigrettes Overview: Ile aux Aigrettes is a tiny coral island (25 hectares) just off the coast of the town of Mahebourg. The island has been declared a nature conservation site and today is being preserved by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation. A few of the world's rarest birds, including the kestrel, can be seen there. You can also discover the extremely rare Pink Pigeon, the Green Gecko Phelsuma and the Aldabra giant tortoise. Some of the plants found in Ile aux Aigrettes grow nowhere else in the world and they form the last remnant of a coastal forest that once surrounded much of Mauritius.
Gabriel Island Overview: Located near the Round Island and the Flat Island, at the extreme north of Mauritius, about 10 kilometers north of Cap Malheureux. Gabriel Island is a protected natural reserve and is most famous for it's beautiful unspoiled beaches, with crystal clear water surrounding the entire island. It is a very popular site for snorkeling, it offers great dive sites, and is the ideal destination for a day of relaxation on the beach. Many catamaran cruises leave each day from Grand Baie and offer daily trips to Gabriel and include a barbeque lunch and complementary drinks.
Eureka House Overview: It is a unique Creole house built in 1830 located by the river of Moka. It is reputed to be one of the largest houses on the island, with 109 doors and windows. The visit of the Eureka Mansion and its grounds provides an intriguing glimpse into colonial life. The house is filled with antiques and photos of the period. It also has a magnificent garden surrounded by waterfalls of the Moka River. The museum has areas which are dedicated to music, art, antique maps, Chinese and Indian house wares and quirky contraptions like a colonial-era shower. You will have a tour of the house and its beautiful gardens. There are many small waterfalls, endemic plants, lush greenery which surrounds the house and rare specimens. In addition you can buy some souvenirs from Souvenir Shop. At The Old Kitchen, you will have the opportunity to taste the traditional delicious Mauritian cuisine prepared in the old ways.
Skydiving Overview: For the adrenaline addicts, a new activity is offered since the end of 2009: tandem skydiving. Participants meet in the north east of the island for this unique experience that includes flying over the northern coast by plane. The view is splendid.