QuestionsGeneral-MiscTwo week trip in October
ph4tgg asked 1 year ago

Hello! My partner and I are planning a 2-week trip to Mauritius in October. However, we're unsure about which area to stay in. Since we're not interested in surfing or similar activities, we probably won't consider the east coast. We enjoy a combination of sunny beach days and adventurous experiences. We found a nice spot at La Preneuse beach, but we would appreciate your recommendation on that area. Could you also suggest other places for us to consider and any activities or areas worth visiting? So far, we have noted down: - Swimming with dolphins - Black River Gorges National Park - Boat tour in Tamarin River Thank you in advance for your help!

u225 answered 1 year ago

Not sure where you’re travelling from, but I’ve always favoured Flic-en-Flac over Grand Baie. Both have bustling life (restaurants, bars, shops), with great beaches and it’s an easy place to base yourself for daily travels.

The island isn’t the biggest anyway – everything is an hour away, depending on traffic 😄

leffe123 answered 1 year ago

Do the 7 Cascades hike and climb up Le Morne mountain. I recommend Yanature for both – they’re very professional. I use them for hikes whenever I go back to Mauritius.

stickyfettuccine answered 12 months ago

Hi there,

I’m chiming in that La Preneuse is a lovely quiet neighbourhood. Small back streets lead to the calm beach, with a majestic view of Le Morne.

There is a small shopping mall across the road, and a few restaurants. But if you had a car, you could get to Flic-en-flac for dinner in 10 minutes.

Also don’t write off the east coast quickly – Some of the best beaches and lagoons are there. Have a look at Belle Mare Plage, Trou Douce, and of course Ile Aux Cerf. You would want a rental car if you weren’t staying at a resort there.


GreyEyedEagle answered 12 months ago

My biggest recommendation is not to concentrate on a specific part of the island. The entire island is beautiful and it’s a small island. 2 weeks is a lot of time. See as much as you can and enjoy your stay.

vishal10121981 answered 12 months ago

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