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TravelPod Member ReviewsTyvabro Mahebourg
On the 'non-tourist' side of the island, very reasonable accommodation. Close to the airport, Blue Bay, and Ile aux Aigrettes. Clean, helpful and friendly staff, very good breakfasts. Perfect place to stay if you intend to use a rental car, or if you want to master the local buses.
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This is the last stop around Maritius. We came back here because it is close to the airport, and it is also a Narional Marine Park, which is supposed to have good snorkelling. Again we are staying in a studio apartment. The view from our unit is amazing. We look out to the ocean in one direction where we have seen whales outside the reef, and we look to the lagoon marine park in the ...
... was a probability that there was indeed some hidden. If I was a pirate, I definitely would have found a cave in that forest.
I had lunch at a tourist café that wasn’t good and was way too expensive.
Then we just cruised the coastal road back home.
When I arrived back at the River House, it was again sunny. I didn’t feel like going for the sun set so I just settled in for the night, content to sip my drink and watch the light change over the river.
... of rainfall but is still quite warm. Curepipe is well know for the shops and the volcanic crater called the Trou Aux Cerfs crater, and was formed millions of uears ago by volcanic activiy. From the top of this volcano one can see most of Mauritius and this is where many tourists like to take photos. As we drove into Curepipe there were so many people! No wonder, as there is 80,000 residents in Curepipe! As we went up to ...
... can grow quite tall so several times we just looked at each other and were like "can this be right" but then there would be hand written signs with arrows pointing the way. Obviously somebody wanted tourists to find the way, and of course at the end of the road there was a guy sitting in a chair happy to see us. He showed us the rest of the way on foot, explained some of the plants and trees and also let us try some sugarcane… and we gave him the ...
... spot that could give us some good advice on a nice hotel, close to the beach, with free WIFI, for a fair price. From my roommate's Internet research, this might prove to be difficult as she got the best deal she could find for the going rate of $375. We thought maybe finding a good tourist place might produce better results than what she found on the Internet.
We first took a water taxi (a $2 boat) into town and ...