Tag: Cultural visits and Museums in Mauritius

View from Cafe at the Tea Plantations of Bois Cheri in Mauritius - Things to in Mauritius - Visits in Mauritius - Enjoy tea tasting in Mauritius

Things to do in Mauritius: Visit and lunch at the tea plantations of Bois Chéri

After the Domaine des Aubineaux, the tea plantations are the second stop of the tea route in Mauritius. Bois Chéri is located in the southern part of Mauritius, just a few kilometers from Ganga Talao, […]

Ganga Talao in Mauritius - largest Hindu pilgrimage site in Mauritius #mauritius

Things to do in Mauritius: Visit Ganga Talao

It is said that a long long time ago, the Almighty God Shiva was circling over earth with his wife Parvati and the Ganga River balancing on his head. Shiva noticed a beautiful island and […]

Chateau de Labourdonnais seen from the alley - Cultural visits in Mauritius, Things to do in Mauritius - #mauritius #visit #travel

Visits in Mauritius: Château de Labourdonnais

Located in the Northern part of Mauritius, not far from the area where Paul and Virginie – our most famous lovers – grew up, the Château de Labourdonnais invites you to discover a colonial past. […]

Piazza at the LongBeach Mauritius, a Sun Resort. The Mauritian flag dominates proudly the celebration of the Independence of Mauritius

Happy Anniversary Mauritius: 50 years of Independence

Yesterday, Mauritius celebrated its 50th year of Independence. Our beautiful little island has an interesting history and so much more to it than what travel agency magazines sell. Uninhabited til the end of the 16th […]

Blue Penny Museum in Port Louis

Blue Penny Museum, Port Louis

In a corner of the Caudan, on Port Louis’ Waterfront, is nestled the small but very interesting Blue Penny Museum. The Blue Penny Museum  There are 3 parts in the museum: The navigation rooms followed […]

Churches in Mauritius: the chapel with the red roof, Cap Malheureux

Probably one of the most well known photography spots in Mauritius: the little church with the red roof located in Cap Malheureux, on the north of the island, a 10 minutes drive from Grand Bay. […]

St Louis Cathedral, Port Louis, Mauritius

The Slave Door

La Cure, is the place where the priests and other helpers of the church have their offices. In Port Louis, La Cure, is located right opposite the St Louis Cathedral. The building is colonial style […]

Discover Mauritius: Visit the Chinese Pagodas in Port Louis

Chinese Heritage in Mauritius – A visit to the Pagodas of Port Louis

I don’t often go to Port Louis – well not unless I really need to! That is how most people in Mauritius feel about the capital I think. It’s big, hot and sticky, noisy with […]

Gardens of the State House of Mauritius

Visits to the State House are very rare. This year because of the 25 yrs anniversary of the Republic and next year’s 50th anniversary of Independence, the State House hosted a week of family activities […]

Fish Market in Grand Bay

Yesterday we went for a little drive and ended up in Grand Bay. When we lived there I used to go to the fish market all the time. Now this is not a big market, […]