L'Aventure du Sucre
The Sugar museum is an ideal place to learn about the island's most famous crop, Sugar cane.
Sugar was one of Mauritius’ greatest exports until the sugar market in South America opened up. In fact, it was the main source of revenue for a long time, which is why the importance of sugarcane is woven into the fabric of Mauritius’ interesting past, L’Aventure du Sucre, or the sugar mill museum,…
“Emblematic peaceful and relaxing garden. Exotic trees, plants and flowers with large water lily and giant turtles. Highly recommended”
“La Croisette is the most faithful representation of the Western World available in Mauritius. It is a wide, modern and well-maintained mall with many luxury shops, fine dining restaurants, and sophisticated public areas. Although it sure pleases, it is quite expensive for locals and is rather empty even on weekends.”
“In our opinion the best supermarket in the area. You will also find a range of shops and restaurants here.”
“Sipping on a sundowner with the most beautiful view ...it doesn't get any better! check out the happy hour specials during certain times. They also serve the most amazing breakfast ....very popular, so get there early.”
“Cap Malheureux owes its importance to a small chapel: Notre Dame Auxiliatrice, commonly known as the Red Roof Chapel. Enjoy the sunset and appreciate the quality of the meticulous carpentry work and its giant clam holy water stoup.”