Mauritius has become one of the most sought-after destinations for Indians over the years. Known for its spectacular, clean beaches and green canopies, Mauritius is a delight for nature and photography lovers. It is also an exciting destination for honeymooners. One of the best things about the country is that there is loads of stuff to do here for Indian visitors. Its lagoons and coral reefs also make it a fantastic scuba-diving spot. So, if you are considering a visit to Mauritius, here are 5 of the best places to visit in Mauritius. Also Read - Taapsee Pannu-Sister Shagun Pannu Got Hit by Cyclone? Sultry Vacay Pictures From Mauritius Goes Viral
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This museum is a French colonial mansion that is actually Mauritius National History Museum. It is located at the entrance of the Mahebourg village. The three-storeyed museum houses everything from ship wreckage to coin and map collections. Also Read - PM Modi, Mauritian PM Jugnauth Jointly Inaugurate Two Projects Via Video Conferencing
Curious Corner at Chamarel
The Curious Corner of Chamarel is a must-visit for photography and selfie enthusiasts. With a garden cafe ad a gift house for recreation, the prime attraction of this place is the optical illusions and fascinating excursions that can be enjoyed with family. As the name suggests, it is a place for those who like getting curious.
Known for its beaches, Tamarin is a village on the west coast of Mauritius. It is must-visit for those who like long walks of clean white sand. It is also an amazing spot for surfers. You can take dolhin tours or just enjoy the breathtaking surrounding views which comprise of lush green hills.
Ganga Talao (Grand Basin)
And then there is the crater lake of Ganga Talao or Grand Basin, located amidst the secluded mountains of Savanne. It is mostly visited by Hindu devotees on account of the Shiva temple located here. The lake is considered sacred for Hindus.
La Citadelle Du Fort Adelaide
Fort Adelaide, also known as La CItadelle, is another major attraction that is not to be missed. Located 240 ft above sea level, you can enjoy great views of the city of Port Louis, including the marvellous Champs de Mars.
So when do you plan to visit Mauritius?