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+ Things to do in Curepipe
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+ – Visit Trou aux Cerfs
This dormant volcanic crater is one of Curepipe’s most famous landmarks. You can walk around the rim and enjoy panoramic views of the island and Curepipe town.

+ – Explore the Botanical Gardens
The Curepipe Botanical Gardens, also known as the SSR Botanical Garden, is smaller but less crowded than the more famous Pamplemousses Garden. It’s a great place to see a variety of indigenous and exotic plants.

+ – Shop at the Curepipe Market
Visit the local market to experience the vibrant atmosphere, shop for fresh produce, local spices, handicrafts, and souvenirs.

+ – Take a Tour of Domaine des Aubineaux
This colonial house turned museum offers insights into the history of tea production in Mauritius. You can also explore the beautiful gardens and enjoy a cup of tea at the estate.

+ – Visit the Monvert Nature Park
A peaceful park perfect for walking, jogging, or simply relaxing amidst nature. It’s a great place to enjoy some tranquility and observe local flora and fauna.

+ – Explore the Basilica of Sainte Helene
This historic Catholic church is a beautiful architectural site worth visiting. It offers a peaceful atmosphere and a glimpse into the religious heritage of the island.

+ – Go to Trou aux Cerfs Viewpoint
Besides walking around the crater, there’s a designated viewpoint that offers one of the best vantage points for panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

+ – Hike in the Curepipe Forest Reserve
If you enjoy hiking, the forest reserve offers several trails where you can immerse yourself in the island’s natural beauty and observe local wildlife.

+ – Visit the Floreal Square
A shopping and crafts complex where you can buy local textiles, garments, and handicrafts. It’s also home to the Mauritius Glass Gallery, where you can watch glassblowing demonstrations and purchase unique glass items.

+ – Admire the Carnegie Library
This historic library, built with funds from the Carnegie Foundation, is an interesting site for those who appreciate architecture and history.

+ – Experience the Cool Climate
Curepipe is known for its cooler temperatures compared to the coastal areas of Mauritius. Take advantage of the pleasant weather to explore the town and its surroundings on foot.

+ – Discover Local Cuisine
Try the local restaurants and street food in Curepipe to taste traditional Mauritian cuisine, which is a blend of Indian, Chinese, Creole, and European flavors.

+ – Attend a Local Event or Festival
If your visit coincides with a local event or festival, it can be a great opportunity to experience the culture and traditions of Mauritius.

+ – Play Golf
If you’re a golf enthusiast, consider playing a round at the Gymkhana Club, the oldest golf club in the Southern Hemisphere.

+ – Day Trip to Nearby Attractions
Curepipe’s central location makes it a good base for day trips to other attractions in Mauritius, such as Black River Gorges National Park, Chamarel, or the beaches on the east and west coasts.

Curepipe offers a mix of natural beauty, historical sites, and local culture, making it a worthwhile destination for visitors to Mauritius.


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