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+ – Curepipe Botanical Garden
Also known as the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, this beautiful garden features a variety of tropical plants, including palm trees, orchids, and other exotic flora. It’s a great place for a leisurely stroll and to enjoy the serene environment.

+ – Trou aux Cerfs
This dormant volcanic crater offers stunning panoramic views of the island. It’s a popular spot for walking, jogging, and enjoying the scenic vistas of the surrounding landscape.

+ – Mare aux Vacoas
The largest reservoir in Mauritius, Mare aux Vacoas is a peaceful spot for picnicking and relaxing by the water. It’s surrounded by lush greenery, making it an ideal location for nature lovers.

+ – Shopping in Phoenix Mall
One of the largest shopping centers in Mauritius, Phoenix Mall offers a variety of international and local brands, dining options, and entertainment facilities. It’s a great place to shop, dine, and spend a leisurely afternoon.

+ – Visit the Glass Gallery
Located in Phoenix, this gallery showcases the art of glassblowing and offers visitors the chance to see artisans at work. You can also purchase beautiful handmade glass items as souvenirs.

+ – Explore the Tea Route
Visit the Bois Cheri Tea Factory and Museum to learn about the history and production of tea in Mauritius. The tour includes a visit to the tea fields, the factory, and a tasting session of various teas.

+ – Adventure Park Casela
Located a short drive from Vacoas-Phoenix, Casela World of Adventures offers a wide range of activities, including safari tours, zip-lining, quad biking, and interactions with animals like lions and giraffes.

+ – Visit the Eureka House
This beautifully preserved colonial mansion in Moka offers a glimpse into the island’s history and culture. The house is surrounded by lush gardens and includes a small museum and a restaurant serving traditional Mauritian cuisine.

+ – Explore the Tamarin Falls
Also known as the Seven Cascades, this series of waterfalls is a great spot for hiking, swimming, and enjoying the natural beauty of the area. Guided tours are available for those who want to explore the falls in depth.

+ – Experience Local Cuisine
Vacoas-Phoenix has a variety of restaurants and street food vendors offering delicious Mauritian cuisine. Try local specialties such as dholl puri, gateaux piments, and samosas.

+ – Visit Religious Sites
Explore the various religious sites in the area, including temples, mosques, and churches, to learn about the diverse cultural and religious heritage of Mauritius.

+ – Golfing
Enjoy a round of golf at one of the nearby golf courses, such as the Gymkhana Club, which is one of the oldest golf clubs in the southern hemisphere.

Vacoas-Phoenix offers a mix of natural beauty, cultural experiences, and modern amenities, making it a great destination for visitors looking to explore a different side of Mauritius.

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