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Local Attractions

Discover the food, culture and heritage of Mauritius.

Mauritius is much more than perfect sandy beaches and turquoise waters. It boasts a rich cultural diversity and a variety of activities suitable for all ages. There is much to do for everyone on land or in the water, for adrenaline junkies and those looking for a more relaxing holiday.

Activities & Experiences

Enjoy the natural beauty of Mauritius by Quad, Buggy, Segway or by going on an adventurous hiking tour with several zip lines including the longest zip line in the Indian Ocean, hanging bridges and many other surprises, or go for a walk with real lions. Casela World of Adventures has something unique for visitors of every age.

Grand Baie is the undisputed centre of the Mauritian nightlife. Here you will find most of the hottest clubs and bars!

Enjoy a scenic drive and discover unique landscapes carved by the elements over time still untouched. Visit Trou aux Cerfs' crater, a dormant volcano. Head towards the sacred lake of Grand-Bassin, a significant place of worship for Hindus in Mauritius. Trek along the spectacular Black River Gorges tucked in tropical greenery. Ascend a beautiful winding road offering commanding views over the southern coast and Le Morne Peninsula, and admire the spectacular coloured earths of Chamarel and its waterfalls.

Explore the surroundings of the resort during a leisurely bike trip. Cycle through the lovely coastal village of Petit Gamin. Pause for photos amid blooming sugarcane fields and have a picnic lunch on the quiet beach of Le Goulet.

If you have had enough of relaxing on the warm white sands of Mauritius and want to give your brain a stimulating workout, the Curious Corner is definitely the place to go. Located in the Chamarel village on the west of the island on a winding hilly road, it is a house filled with a variety of astounding illusions and curiosities.

Located just 15 minutes from the resort, the Capital and main port of Mauritius is a must-visit for culture aficionados. Begin with a tour of the central market for a thrilling insight into our colourful local produce and crafts. Follow up with a visit to the Blue Penny, National, or Postal Museum to discover our rich history and cultural heritage. Stroll along the Caudan Waterfront. Check out the Champs de Mars race course, the oldest horse race track in the southern hemisphere. Then hop on to Fort Adelaide (La Citadelle) for a spectacular panoramic view of the Capital.

Enjoy Mauritius' most spectacular scenic flight and the most visually awesome Tandem Skydive you can ever imagine.

For adventurous souls, why not rent a car and discover for yourself the natural beauty of Mauritius at your own pace.

Horse Racing constitutes one of the most popular sports in Mauritius and attracts more than 20,000 visitors at the 'Champ de Mars' every week (Apr-Nov). This racecourse was inaugurated in 1812 by The Mauritius Turf Club and is the oldest horse-racing club in the Southern Hemisphere and the second oldest in the world. Discover the electric atmosphere of horse racing in the exclusive comfort and safety of the Crown Lodge, where you can enjoy local snacks, drinks, bet and even meet local trainers.