This museum, located at the Caudan Waterfront in Port Louis, houses works of art of extreme rarity. You will see the original statue of Paul and Virginia, as well as the rarest stamps in the world: the Blue Penny and the Red Penny.
Open from 10 am to 4 pm – Tel.: (+230) 210 81 76
The “Route du Thé” is a gastronomic and cultural itinerary-taking place on 3 estates: Domaine des Aubineaux, Bois Chéri, and Saint Aubin. A complete itinerary allows you to discover tea, essential oils, vanilla and old colonial houses and to taste teas and rums. The place also hosts a gourmet restaurant.
Open from 9 am to 5 pm from Monday to Saturday
As a result of the abolition of slavery, this place built in 1848 is where the indentured labour to Mauritius began, associated with memories of almost half a million indentured labourers moving from India under the English "establishment". You will be presented its whole history, which is embedded of the history of Mauritius.
Open from 9 am to 4 pm – Tel.: (+230) 217 3158
Formerly a sugar estate, Domaine de Labourdonnais, founded in 1774, has since diversified. Converted into a museum, the 540-hectare estate still includes orchards, gardens, sugarcane fields and distilleries. Its visit allows the retracing of its history and the discovering and tasting of its different productions: juices, rums and fruit pastes.
Open from 9 am to 5 pm – Tel.: (+230) 266 95 33
MyMoris aims to promote the culture, history and heritage of Mauritius. Thus the company organizes activities for discovering the Mauritian culture, its history, languages, crafts and local cuisine. Different formulas are proposed: historical and gourmet excursions in Port Louis, the exploration of a village by bicycle, the organization of games such as a treasure hunt for children, etc.
Tel.: (+230) 5 723 1755