If you are coming to Mauritius for the holidays, you might want to discover some of the best places to visit. The island is full of beautiful sceneries and unique spots that are waiting to be explored. In this article, we have gathered some of Mauritius’ places to visit on the north coast of Mauritius. Need reliable transportation for your road trip? Contact us to book our taxi services! Your holidays are coming to an end soon? Discover why you should book your ride to the airport with us.
Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
Officially named the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, this garden is definitely one of Mauritius’ places to visit in the North. Be introduced to Mauritius’ flora and fauna with tropical plants and trees. From giant water lilies, palm, baobab and Geiger trees as well as a variety of spices, the garden has a lot to offer. Exploring a bit further, you will have the chance to come across the abundant bird life and giant tortoises. You can visit the garden by yourself or take a guide with you to get more information about the botanical species. Don’t forget your insect repellent and water bottle! Our licensed taxi drivers will gladly take you there.
The Northern beaches
You can’t have holiday in Mauritius without spending some time at the beach. In the North of Mauritius, you have quite a few postcard-worthy beaches such as Trou aux Biches beach, Mont Choisy beach, Pereybere Beach and more. Swim in the turquoise waters, walk on the pearly-white beaches or enjoy sunbathing. Make sure to bring some sunscreen with you.
You can’t miss the red roof of Cap Malheureux’s church. Located between Grand Baie and Anse la Raie, this village offers a magnificent view of the Coin de Mire and the ocean. You can’t help but take pictures of the scenery when you get there. Spend memorable day trips in Cap Malheureux on a catamaran or go for a hike nearby Amber Island. Need a ride to get there? Contact us now to book your trip.
Château de Labourdonnais
Travel to the colonial era with the Château Labourdonnais. Built in 1856, the château has been carefully restored to allow visitors, locals or foreigners, to discover a jewel of Mauritian heritage. Take a stroll into the dreamy gardens and have a taste of the local rum as well as the Mauritian cuisine. After your tour, take a look at the château’s boutique where you can buy some unique souvenirs and gifts for you or your loved ones.
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