Welcome to Maré


The indigenous language is Nengoné, and while there are two small towns, Tadine and La Roche, most Maréans live in tribes associated with one of 29 chieftaincies. The small coastal town of Tadine is Maré’s main centre; if you’re travelling by ferry you’ll arrive or leave from the wharf there. Tadine has shops, a petrol station, a pharmacy, and a market on Tuesday and Friday mornings. The airport is near La Roche.

Maré proudly hosts three festivals: the Avocado Festival held in May; the Ura Festival, a celebration of agricultural and fishing abundance, in July; and the Wajuyu (Snapper fish) Festival, held in early November.


Top experiences in Maré

Maré activities

$85.63 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

POLIGNANO CAVES BOAT TOUR

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Polignano a mare, Polignano a Mare, Province of Bari, PugliaStarting point of our boat tour is POLIGNANO a Mare. This experience will lead you among the most beautiful caves of the city.Duration: 2 hours

$91.34 Cultural & Theme Tours

Mauritius Picturesque South west(private)

Our full day tour starts at 09.00am from you hotel and ends up at 17.00 back to the hotel. We start from the ship model factory which is a free visit, to make you experience the authentic artisanal works. The second site is the volcano of trou aux cerfs which is a dormant on with a well defined cone and crater ( no entrance fee ).We continue our way to the biggest artificial lake which is a water reservoir known as Mare aux vacoas.The next location is the sacred lake ( Grand Bassin ) also considered by many devotees to be an extension of the sacred Ganges river in india. Next stop is Alexandra Falls which sits 700m above sea level with a beautiful panoramic view of the southern part of Mauritius with the next stop to Black River Gorges where you have an amazing collection of indeginous plants and birds ( free visit ). Optional you have also the Chamarel rhum factory and the Curious cornerwhich is an optical illusion house. Then we will move to the chamarel 7 colored earth which geologist belive to be the result of weathering of volcanic rocks.The last stop wil be the Benitier viewpoint where you have a spectatular view on the south west costal villages.

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