Blue Penny Museum
Another delight for lovers of history. If you want an attractive view of Mauritius art and history and want to go deeper into the country, this is a must stop. A place just out of the wish list is the Blue Penny Museum. This particular museum showcases everything from a plethora of magnificent explorations around the island. The Museum offers you an insight into all of Mauritius and a quick overview of how it evolved over the years. Start by taking an overview on the three colonial periods, the Netherlands, the French and the British. From its first stamp to the rarest and most famous stamps in the world,
Light House Of Albion
While Mauritius is known for its size of beaches and other popular shopping destinations, without the Albion Lighthouse all would certainly be incomplete. It lies around the west coast of Mauritius and is one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions. The wonderful architecture of the site is quite unique and distinguishes it from other sightseeing options. While in the past it served as sailor navigation, today it is an important landmark that depicts Mauritius’ rich history.
If you’re intrigued by the history and knowledge of the rich culture of the area, Mahebourg is the city you can’t miss when visiting Mauritius. In Mauritius, a large number of tourists are invited to visit the historical museums, as well as to visit the busy streets around them. It is known to extend from the north until the south for its broad stretch of beaches. During your stay, make sure that you don’t miss the wide range of delicious road food the place has.
The Grand Bassin in Mauritius is one of the holiest places for the Hindus, located around Port Louis. It is also often considered to be Ganga Talao and is famous for one of the most important temples of Lord Shiva, 1800 feet above sea level. You can adorate gods like Hanuman and Lakshmi besides the temple of Lord Shiva, who also have their own particular temples. The peaceful environment of the place is what makes the tourists return to this place over and over.
Mauritius Photography Museum
Port Louis is one of the most popular destinations around Mauritius and is one of them the Mauritian Photography Museum. You will love this particular museum completely if you live and breathe photography. It hosts one of the best photographic pieces in the area, as well as several of Tristan Breville’s most famous photographers.
If you’re looking for a place in Mauritius where you can simply chill and relax and escape the hectic business of the town, the answer is Rodrigues Island. This place is often called Mauritius 25 years ago and is absolutely stunning. The delicious food in the local restaurants will certainly flavor you. If possible, not only that, mix with local people and gain the best experience.
Aaparavasi Ghat shows in Mauritius that this place isn’t just relaxing and quiet beaches, but there’s plenty more to get a spot in the UNESCO World Heritage SITE list. Amaravati Ghat was built as a major depot for workers from various Asian and African countries when slavery was uncontrolled in Mauritius, making it one of the best tourist attractions in Mauritius. The workers brought in to work on the sugar estates were asked to do so.
Chateau de Labourdonnais
The Chateau de Labourdonnais is also another building that shows an indication of colonization in Mauritius. The villa was once a residence of Christian Wiehe who lived with his family. Today, however, Chateau de Labourdonnais is a place of tourism, a well-known tourist landmark. The victorian vibrations displayed through the interior design and décor make this building a favorite for both residents and tourists. This building is full of an antique aura, old furnishings, cobbled trails and lush green gardens.
L’Aventure du Sucre
L’Aventure de Sucre is a museum about sugar that translates into ‘Sugar Adventure.’ This sugar museum in the beautiful village of Pamplemousses offers visitors an opportunity to explore the old Sugar Fabric of Beau Plan, built and operated from the 18th to the 20th century. The historical and cultural aspects of sugarcane production in Mauritius had been highlighted behind this museum. This sugar muxe was once a major contribution to Mauritius’s economy, started with an amalgamation of three sugar groups, namely Deep River Beau Champ Ltd, Constance La Gaiete Co, and Harel Freres Ltd. Add this museum to your list of Mauritius’ famous sites