Mauritius, one of the Trinity of the Mascarenes, is situated in the Indian Ocean, on the 20th parallel, at a distance of about 1800 kilometres off the east coast of Africa.
This majestic rock emerging 3 miles off the coast, peaking at 276 meters is the focal point of all those living on the North coast of Mauritius. The yacht La Lutine of the Coin de Mire hotel will take you there to discover its crystal-clear coves, ideal diving conditions, and the beauty of the patterns created by the different layers of lava which it consists of.
Enter a postcard by strolling the grounds around church of Cap Malheureux, famous for the thousands of pictures taken from there, for the contrast of its red roof against the emerald and blue seas in the background. To better feel the typical atmosphere of this fishermen village visit the church and the village in the afternoon when the fishermen return from sea.
The place for shopping and dining out. Over the last 2 decades, this coastal village has grown in a spontaneous and baroque way, with the advantage that one can find all sorts of food outlets, restaurants and shops and especially the bars and clubs that get quite busy on week-ends as well as Wednesdays during school holidays.
The longest stretch of beach of the North coast (nearly 2 Kms.) From sunbeds with umbrellas to fruit, ice-cream or pastries merchants to speed-boat trips, there is everything you need in Mont Choisy to spend a real “day at the beach.” Being well-sheltered, it is the best place in Mauritius for water-skiing and wakeboarding.
The Labourdonnais “castle” is somehow a continuation of the Pamplemousses garden as located just 7 kms away from each other and are both part of the historical heritage of Mauritius. Labourdonnais is also a manicured tropical garden and a colonial mansion built in 1859, now converted into a museum.
The world's most ancient botanical garden. First created for the personal enjoyment of former French governor François Mahé de Labourdonnais, it became a public botanical garden in 1770. Well-known for its giant water-lillies, it however hides many other gems of nature within its rich variety of species making worth a tranquil one-hour stroll.
Discover Port-Louis the capital and shop around the market, one of the best way to get a feeling of the Mauritian melting pot. Strong scents, bright colours and the large variety of pastries and other exotic specialties fill-up your senses.
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