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Exotic North Tour

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Duration

8 Hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

English, French

Overview

Eureka House is a unique Creole house erected in 1830 on the banks of the Moka River. It is a beautiful Créole mansion that was once owned by British and French aristocrats in the nineteenth century. With 109 doors and windows, it is said to be one of the largest houses on the island. The Eureka Mansion and its grounds provide a fascinating peek into colonial life. The house is filled with antiques and images of the period. It also features a beautiful garden surrounded by Moka River waterfalls. Music, art, old maps, Chinese and Indian housewares, and strange contraptions like a colonial-era shower are all included in the museum. A tour of the residence will be given to you and its beautiful gardens.

L’Aventure Du Sucre in the beautiful Domaine de Beau Plan, you will find a one-stop shop! An eco-museum, a shop, and a restaurant are all located on the premises. L’Aventure du Sucre relates the narrative of sugar through its amenities, a story that is deeply intertwined with the history of Mauritius and its residents. The eco-museum provides visitors with a one-of-a-kind display in a beautiful environment, making for a really unforgettable experience. It takes visitors on a trip through time and space into the heart of a mysterious island. This thrilling tour lets visitors to learn about Mauritius’ entire history, from its beginnings as a colonial settlement to its current ethnic and cultural melting pot. The sugar industry has always been a part of Mauritius’ rich history. The museum’s second section digs into the secrets of how the island’s famous sugar is made. The permanent exhibition involves a wide range of media. It features unique staging, beautiful sights, and interactive tourist guides that include animated scale models, short films, and massive flip books. It is appropriate for persons of different ages.

Domaine de Labourdonnais is a historic site. It has evolved into a diversified corporation with four primary activities: leisure, sports & wellness, agriculture & processing, and real estate, all of which revolve around its extraordinary natural and cultural heritage. Domaine de Labourdonnais is a true beauty of Mauritian heritage. The Château de Labourdonnais, built in 1856, was home to a Mauritian family for nearly 150 years. The beauty and historical significance of this one-of-a-kind colonial monument, which has long piqued visitors’ interest, has attracted consideration of its cultural and historic significance, as well as that of the magnificent estate on which it stands.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Pick up from hotel at 09.00 AM (depending on the coast)
  • Visit of the Eureka House
  • Visit of the L’Adventure Du Sucre – Sugar Museum
  • Lunch
  • Visit the Chateau De Labourdonnais
  • Back to hotel

Itinerary

Eureka House
Eureka House

Eureka House is a unique Creole house erected in 1830 on the banks of the Moka River. It is a beautiful Créole mansion that was once owned by British and French aristocrats in the nineteenth century. With 109 doors and windows, it is said to be one of the largest houses on the island. The Eureka Mansion and its grounds provide a fascinating peek into colonial life.

L'Aventure Du Sucre
L'Aventure Du Sucre

In the beautiful Domaine de Beau Plan, you will find a one-stop shop! An eco-museum, a shop, and a restaurant are all located on the premises. L'Aventure du Sucre relates the narrative of sugar through its amenities, a story that is deeply intertwined with the history of Mauritius and its residents. The eco-museum provides visitors with a one-of-a-kind display in a beautiful environment, making for an unforgettable experience. It takes visitors on a trip through time and space into the heart of a mysterious island.

Domain De Labourdonnais
Domain De Labourdonnais

Domaine de Labourdonnais is a historic site. It has evolved into a diversified corporation with four primary activities: leisure, sports & wellness, agriculture & processing, and real estate, all of which revolve around its extraordinary natural and cultural heritage. Domaine de Labourdonnais is a true beauty of Mauritian heritage. The Château de Labourdonnais, built in 1856, was home to a Mauritian family for nearly 150 years.

Included/Excluded

  • Private Transfers
  • Entrance fee at Eureka House
  • Entrance fee at L'Aventure Du Sucre
  • Entrance fee at Chateau De Labourdonnais
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Lunch
  • Guide Fee

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