When visiting Mauritius for the first time, there are lots of places to cover.
Chateau de Labourdonnias helps you to rediscover the nineteenth-century Mauritian lifestyle. Brilliantly restored, this majestic mansion, built in 1859 has regained its entire original splendour and provides a unique experience to its visitors.
Grand Basin, an extinct volcano, now a lake high up in the mountains about 1800 feet above sea level is the most sacred Hindu place on the island of Mauritius. It is also a well-known place of interest.
The Chamarel Falls are as impressive a waterfall as you’ll find anywhere and makes up a perfect spot. Climbing the stairs to the viewing platform is bound to leave a tourist in awe.
Actually, you cannot be confused about which ones to pick among popular tourist attractions in Mauritius, if adventurous sports pump your adrenaline. La Cambuse beach is a must visit.
The park field stations can come in handy to know more about the national park. Some of the endangered species of birds and animals can even be seen in this national park.