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Services & Facilities include:
1. Sailing Boat, Blue Safari Submarine, Airport transfers, Parasailing...
2. Shops, Restaurants for dining & Cocktails.
3. Laundry facilities can be arranged upon request
4. Catamaran Trip (including lunch, drink & transfer)
  For an unforgettable Cruising Experience, a luxury 42 ft catamaran
  that sail through the calm waters of our lagoons and the illustrious
  southern & northern coastline of our paradise.


The Pamplemousses Gardens are known to naturalists throughout the world for their large collection of indigenous and exotic plants, including the giant Victoria Amazonica water lilies and many species of palm trees.


A winding road leads from Case Noyale village to the Coloured Earths of Chamarel : a hill with undulating soil of different and contrasting shades. The different silvers of blue, green, red and yellow are apparently the result of the erosion of the volcanic ash. The neighbouring waterfalls of Chamarel rise from the moors and the native vegetation.

Trou aux cerfs

Mauritius was formed after intense volcanic activity as proved by the Trou aux Cerfs crater, on the plateau of Curepipe. This extinct volcano is 85 metres deep with a diameter of 200 metres and offers an exceptional view on the west of the island.

The Bird Garden of Casela

Set in a magnificient site between Bambous and Tamarin in the Riviere Noire district, the Casela Bird Park hosts some 140 varieties of birds from around the world. The main attraction remains the Mauritian Pink Pigeon, one of the rarest birds in the world, still fighting to avoid the fate of the dodo. One of the giant tortoises is 150 years old. The park is open every day from 9 am to 5 pm and the entrance fee is Rs 125/150 on weekdays/weekends

Ile aux Cerfs

There are no stags (cerfs) remaining on this small island which now belongs to Le Touessrok Sun Hotel and attracts large numbers of holiday-makers on the east coast. The ferry runs several times each hour between 9 am and 4 pm and costs Rs 150 per person return, although this is expected to increase. Le Touessrok Sun Hotel residents travel for free. What you get when you step off the ferry is a sheltered, crowded beach and lagoon for water sports or sunbathing, restaurants and several souvenir stalls. You can walk only around the seaward half of the island, that is, clockwise from the landing site. On the island, there is a boat house where you can hire water skis, pedalos, sailboards, surfcats, Laser dinghies and canoes. Two-hour boat trips are offered to the Grande Rivière Sud-Est waterfall; and there's also a tour around Île aux Cerfs.

Domaine Les Pailles

Ten minutes south of Port-Louis lies the nature park of Domaine Les Pailles, stretching over 3,000 acres at the foot of the Moka mountain range. You can choose between touring the park in a Land-Rover, riding in a horse-drawn carriage or in a train. The gardens also feature a replica of an ancient sugarmill, an "alambic" - an apparatus formerly used in distilling rum, a spice garden and a natural spring.


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