Start the tour at the Trou aux Cerfs which is a dormant volcano with a well-defined cone and crater. It is 605 m (1,985 ft) high and located in Curepipe, Mauritius. The crater has been alternately described as 300 and 350 meters in diameter, and is 80 meters deep.
Proceed to visit the National History
Museum of Mauritius which is like travelling back the memory lane of Mauritius’ colonial history.
The Museum housed in the Gheude Castle, a magnificent French colonial mansion built around 1770, is located at Mahébourg on the bank of La Chaux River amidst a luxuriant park of pine trees.
Next is the Biscuterie H Rault factory which is located at the evocative historical town of Mahébourg in the south-east part of the island. It started its operations in 1870 and since then the Biscuits Manioc is still very popular, both to Mauritians and tourists alike. The recipe of the biscuit is adapted from a French recipe known as “Galettes Bretonnes.
Mahebourg is a traditional Mauritian village situated on the southeastern coast of Mauritius. It is named after Bertrand François Mahé de La Bourdonnais, one of the most successful governors of the French period. The well-planned wide streets in the old section of Mahebourg still bear testimony to the Dutch and French colonial past. Today Mahebourg is a bustling Centre of local trade. The new waterfront complex offers you to enjoy nice refreshing walks along the sea side.
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