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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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Mauritius marked our farthest point from home, in terms of miles, and the mid point of our journey, in terms of time away. We planned for 6 days of sunshine and relaxation, mostly on the beach.... but alas the weatherman had different ideas. It started raining late on our first day and stayed wet for three days. However, there is more to see in …
... the amazing coral formations that are over 800 years old (as big as hills growing from the sea bed) and the colourful fish he sees. I try to look interested. We have been to Maheburg a couple of times. One day we went to a local biscuit factory, which has been making biscuits by hand since 1870. The biscuits are still made out of manioc (cassava), and sugar a a little flavouring. ...
... and then had a long walk up the coast passing numerous resorts. We could do this because all beaches in Mauritius are public. We thought this is a great law.
After soaking in some nice beach time, we made our way inland to get some views of Chamarel Falls and a place called the 7 Colored Earth. It wasn’t very big, but it was interesting to see. The iron and aluminum minerals in the soils through different compositions and levels of ...
... itself seemed to have been caused by previous volcanic eruptions. The mountains had some very odd formations with jagged peaks and weird sharp edges. There were fields of sugar cane and some vegetable crops on either side of the road and we were never too far from the blue Indian ocean.
The bird park is about 10 miles from Port Louis but the morning rush hour traffic was very heavy so it took about an hour to get there. ...
Not too much to update right now, but Mauritius was so much fun. We were only there for two nights and it really felt like we just got there when it was time to leave. The boat was in port in Port Louis, which was a little waterfront city that reminded me of a less developed, smaller version of Cape Town. A lot of the scenery looked similar, with a city on the water and green hills and mountains in the background. About 4 or 5 days before we ...