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Places to Visit in Aux Cerf Island

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Museums

Located in a beautiful stone building in Port Louis, the Photography museum is a product of the love of Photography of Mr Tristan Breville.

The Photographic museum possesses one of the largest collections of exhibits, portrays and equipment used in the old ages mainly in the 1800s and early 1900s. Some of the photographs are scenes of early colonial life, sugar barons and plantations as well as remote village way of life to the

Mauritius Aquarium

The Mauritus aquarium, which is located in a village in the North West of Mauritius is a huge hit among kids. It houses over 200 species of aquatic fauna that originate from the waters around the island. Here, kids will love walking on the artificial ocean floor and see several varieties of ocean creatures such as sharks, the Devil Firefish, the Crown squirrelfish and several other fascinating bright coloured marine wildlife. Not only your kids but also you will b

Mauritius National Botanical Garden

The official name of this place is Sir Seewoosagur Botanic Garden. It is located in Port Louis and is home to an incredible variety of tropical plants, many of them are indigenous. It is nearly 300 years old and stretches over endless acres of land, making it impossible to see all of it on a single visit.

It is populated with more than 650 varieties of plants among which are the famous Baobabs, the PalmierBouteille, the inelucta

Mary Queen of Peace

The Marie Reine de la Paix is an open church with a huge open area of greenery. It is situated on the flanks of the Signal Mountain, thus offering a wonderful view of the city of Port Louis. It was built in 1940. The Priest James Leen used to go over there to pray for Mauritius to be spared during World War ?.

Domaine de l'Étoile

This is a popular forest reserve expanding over 2000 hectares of unspoilt terrain – making it the perfect hinterland to explore by horse, on foot, or even by a quad bike. Mountain biking, guided hikes and archery are also options to explore. The on-site restaurant is great for a quick bite, and on a lucky day one may even spot Javanese stags in the forest.

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