SSR Memorial Centre for Culture
If you've spent at least a day driving around the island then you've probably noticed the dozens of large brown signs cryptically...
The Jummah Mosque, the most important mosque in Mauritius, was built in the 1850s, and is a delightful blend of Indian, Creole and...
Mauritius Postal Museum
This interesting museum beside the central post office houses a mishmash of commemorative stamps and other postal paraphernalia from...
If the age-old rule that a good Chinese restaurant is full of Chinese diners applies, then First is a winner. Packed with large family...
Lonely Planet review
This simple house museum near the Jardin Plaine Verte was home to Mauritius' father of independence, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, from 1935 until 1968. It's an interesting exhibit on his life, with some fascinating photographs, a collection of his personal belongings and even films about the great man, beloved by all Mauritians.