Places To Visit In Central Plateau

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Here are the top 7 places to visit in Central Plateau

1. Curepipe Botanical Garden

Curepipe Botanical Garden

5 km
from city center
1 out of 7
places to visit in Central Plateau

Situated in Routes des Jardins in Curepipe, the Curepipe Botanical Garden is reputed to be the second largest in all of Mauritius. It is also known as the SSR Botanical Garden of Curepipe, named after the former prime minister and great political persona of Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam in the 1980s. Another botanical garden of Mauritius is also named after the very statesmen - the Sir Seewosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden in Pamplemousses.

2. Eureka House

Eureka House
3.7 /5

16 km
from city center
2 out of 7
places to visit in Central Plateau

Eureka House is a 19th century Creole-style house built in 1830 by the banks of the Mauritian river Moka. It is one of the island?s most visited historical sites and is totally loved by the tourists. The interior decorations and furniture are well maintained along with the mahogany and ebony antiques, old ceramics and beautifully painted chinaware, photographs of daily life and books. It is considered to be the largest house in all of Mauritius with its 109 doors and windows.

3. Trou Aux Cerfs

Trou Aux Cerfs

5 km
from city center
3 out of 7
places to visit in Central Plateau

A natural geographical volcanic outcrop, the island of Mauritius is home to more than just beaches and lagoon. The island boasts of a vast variety of unique natural topography including caves, waterfalls and even volcanic craters. The most popular tourist attraction of Curepipe, Trou Aux Cerfs is a dormant volcanic crater, where you can stand on the rim of the crater and look deep down into the pit of the now-dormant volcano.

4. Domaine de Aubineaux

Domaine de Aubineaux

5,618 km
from city center
4 out of 7
places to visit in Central Plateau

There is a lot more to Mauritius than just sandy beaches and glittering blue water, which any tourist who has ever been to this tropical haven will be able to attest to. Not all the major tourist destinations in Mauritius are located near big towns, and they?re most certainly not all related to beaches. Over the years, many little-known places scattered throughout the island have come to the forefront as some of the major tourist attractions that draw crowds all year round.

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5. Mauritius Glass Gallery

Mauritius Glass Gallery

14 km
from city center
5 out of 7
places to visit in Central Plateau

Located in Phoenix, the Mauritius Glass Gallery is widely famous for producing remarkable souvenirs made by recycling glass. Varieties of pieces are made in the workshop by using traditional methods, and they are put up for display in the small museum. This is home to some of the finest exemplifications of glass art where skilled artisans display their expertise through these handmade artefacts. Starting from watching the traditional process of glass blowing to having a glass-model of your hand or foot imprint is something you can cherish in the Mauritius Glass Gallery.

6. Carnegie Library

Carnegie Library

15,436 km
from city center
6 out of 7
places to visit in Central Plateau

Located at the Centre of Curepipe, the Carnegie Library facilitates access to a vast range of books and periodicals. They aim to offer easy and equal access to all its existing facilities and services for education, research, culture, information or just for leisure purposes. With a neoclassical building, the library has been working in collaboration with the National Library of Mauritius, Central Culturel Africain, Institut de Maurice, National Archives of Mauritius and several other Municipality Boards to promote reading among the public.

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7. Domaine Les Pailles

Domaine Les Pailles

19 km
from city center
7 out of 7
places to visit in Central Plateau

Situated in the little town of Pailles, the Domaine Les Pailles is one of the oldest domains in Mauritius that has existed for 17 years. Spreading over 1500 hectares on the western side of the island, this attraction is both an amusement park as well as a heritage centre which was a sugar estate previously.

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