coo***anMost of it is the collection of Mr Clerc, who got the ball rolling on pre-European history. Many of the exhibits are not well explained and repetitive, but much is in English and this is the only game in town if you want to learn something of the original inhabitants. In all, it’s very OK. A visit is an hour, max...more like 30 minutes unless you’re really into the topic. Good toilet. Not worth a special trip but if you’re touring the north part of Grande-Terre, you should visit.
M48***13Port Louis is the most important seaport in Mauritius. It has a history of more than 500 years. This is not only an important maritime traffic port in Mauritius, but also a famous historical and cultural attraction. It represents the history of Mauritius for nearly 500 years and is one of the must-visit places in Mauritius.
_We***24The English Channel, also known as the Strait of La Manche, is a strait that separates Britain from France, which connects the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. The strait is 560 kilometers (350 miles) long, and the narrowest point is also called the Strait of Dover, which is only 34 kilometers (21 miles) wide. Dover in England and Calais in France are across the strait.
TodemmyThe Botanical Garden is a wonderful garden in the northwest of the city, easily reached by tram. As soon as you enter, you will see the beauty of the Italian style garden and finally the Botanical Garden Palace. The layout of the remaining botanical gardens is quite irregular, with many paved sidewalks. Although not as irregular as the English garden, the internal theme garden does not have a fixed shape. It is a pity that the tropical garden is undergoing renovation. If you have time and walk in a pleasant environment, then it is still worth a visit