QuestionsTourism-AdviceWhat else can we visit?
Anonymous asked 5 months ago

Hi! We are in Flic en Flac and had rent car for 3 days, one left. We have visited during the last two days seven coloured earth, charamel waterfall, Tamarin, Le Morne beach and national park. Any recommendations where we should go tomorrow? We are travelling with a 1,5 year old toddler😊

Janko Franetič answered 5 months ago

Casela park…

Rosabie Anton-Sattel answered 5 months ago

From Flic en flac to the South..costal road till Gris Gris can make a photo stop at la prairie, St Félix , Gris Gris .. if you have time you can visit La Vanille Park in rivière dès Anguilles , and continue via Britania , La Flora , Grand Bois, Bois Chérie (tea plantage ), Grand Bassin ( Hindu Tempel) then back to Flic en flac via vacoas.

Raman Ram answered 5 months ago

La Vanille Crocodile park or Casela nature park

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Nudhar Bundhoo answered 5 months ago

Definitely the South Coast : gris gris, bel Ombre.. Enjoy the scenery

Hemant Sreekissoon answered 5 months ago

Makondé; casella ; gris gris very beautifull Spots .. grand bassin… gorge

Linda Janssen answered 5 months ago

Do you have do this by yourself or with a guide?

Michael Rajnat answered 5 months ago

Perreyberre beach, in the North.

Yassir Greenhike answered 5 months ago

Welcome to Mauritius. For hiking activities and booking check my page kid friendly hike available and car service upon request. Thank

Janet Dinaully answered 5 months ago

Cap Malheureux….your little one will enjoy the rock pools in the sea behind the iconic red roofed church…..really lovely place 😊

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