Chamarel View Point

Chamarel View Point Why Chamarel View Point Location Why Chamarel View Point Chamarel is an exotic village on the South west of Mauritius and has one of the most breathtaking views on the island.  It is named after Frenchman Charles Antoine de Chazal de Chamarel, who lived there around 1800. The lush greenery spread to… Continue reading Chamarel View Point

Tamarin Waterfalls

Tamarin Falls     Tamarin Falls also commonly known as the 7 cascades. Located in the South West of Mauritius, it springs from the Rivière Tamarin and has at seven successive beautiful waterfalls. Come and enjoy this calm and amazing environment, rich with a variety of exotic plants and animals. There are a number of activities that… Continue reading Tamarin Waterfalls

QUAD BIKING

Squad Biking Our paradise island is famous not only for its white sandy beaches, bright sun, turquoise blue lagoon but also for its amazing landscapes. Passionate about adventurous quad biking? Come and discover the different landscapes of Mauritius onboard of your quad bike. This activity will definitely give you an adrenaline pump. The landscapes of our tropical island… Continue reading QUAD BIKING

CURIOUS CORNER

Curious Corner Curiosity has always been one of the main characteristic of mankind. Awake your curiosity during your holidays with a visit at the Curious Corner of Chamarel. Located in the South West of our tropical island, discover a world of illusions in a funny setting which you should not miss during your stay. Exhibit Centre It is… Continue reading CURIOUS CORNER

Champ de Mars

Champ de Mars The Champ de Mars racecourse was initially a military training ground until it was converted into a racecourse in 1812 by the Mauritius Turf Club which was founded in the same year. The Mauritius Turf Club is the second-oldest race course in the world. Champ de Mars was inaugurated and it hosted… Continue reading Champ de Mars

Martello Tower

An important fragment of the Mauritius National Heritage Site, the Martello Tower is an intriguing memorabilia of the island’s history.