Every year on 8 September, men, women and children from every part of the island, leave their houses and start on a long march to the shrine.
A walk with friends, a discovery of 10km, a challenge of 21km or an epic of 55km. A varied and unique choice to discover the Bel Ombre area and its wild south surroundings.
Sunset on the west coast is an amazing event. It lasts a few minutes but the sight is spectacular.
Among them, we can come across Greek, Lebanese, Japanese, Turkish, Thai, French, Italian restaurants in popular malls and coastal areas.
The flavours in the local cuisine reflect the rich diversity of the Mauritian population who landed some two hundred years ago during French then British period.
You can choose to fly 15/20 minutes, 30 minutes or 45 minutes. The south-west flight is also very famous as the undersea waterfall at Le Morne is visible as the helicopter flies above the ocean.
The view of the ocean is stunning with shades of blue, with wooden boats swaying on the gentle waves. The beach is full of visitors on public holidays and on week-ends and quite calm on week days
We are extremely happy to announce that the 10th edition of the Mauritius Surfski Week will take place from 01st to 07th of July 2018.
Our selection criteria were based on service, shop decoration, coffee quality, choice of pastries and cost.
You’ll definitely enjoy the picturesque tea route whether you decide to go along the west coast through Tamarin (Salt Route) down to Le Morne (Slave Route) then to Riambel and drive through Souillac to Saint Aubain where you can enjoy the restaurant and visit the tea factory of Bois Cheri and its tea plantations and drive up to Curepipe and stop at Domaine Les Aubineaux or start on the plateau and drive down through the old road of Nouvelle France and to Bois Cheri.
Stepping into West Mauritius is like a natural paradise. From underwater diving, hiking, city surfing all at the expense of beautiful photogenic pictures.
The Annual Chinese Food Fest is back again in Port-Louis, Mauritius
On the 9th of March, all Mauritian students across all schools proudly waved their flags bearing the four colours: red, blue, yellow and green and sang the National Anthem, Motherland, written by Jean George Prosper. The Independence Day of Mauritius is on the 12th of March. This year, the celebration was spectacular, with 400 artists on stage in Champ de Mars, where the official ceremony of Independence took place in 1968.
Domaine Des Alizees, Grand Baie, Mauritius, Evaco Mauritius offers new promotions and prices.
Among popular local drinks in Mauritius, Alooda is one of the most appreciated by both Mauritians and visitors.
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