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Truly spectacular in scale and designed for the ultimate entertainers’ lifestyle Ref: 2021/08/34

3 • 4 • 0 • MUR 30,000,000

Type Villa
Location North
Town Lotus Villas, Grand Baie
Developer Lotus Villas
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Elegant and luxury in this amazing city Ref: 2021/10/53

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 22,500,000

Type Villa
Location West
Town Cascavelle
Developer The Grove Unicity
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Luxury 3 Bed apartment in a Smart City Ref: 2023/08/91

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 13,300,000

Type Apartment
Location West
Town Cascavelle
Developer The Grove Unicity
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Luxury 3 Bedroom Penthouse in a Smart City Ref: 2023/08/92

3 • 2 • 0 • MUR 22,000,000

Type Penthouse
Location West
Town Cascavelle
Developer The Grove Unicity
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Luxurious Penthouse in Black River Ref: 2023/08/93

2 • 2 • 0 • MUR 35,000,000

Type Penthouse
Location West
Town Black River
Developer La Balise
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Office for rent - Ideal launch pad for businesses Ref: 2023/08/96

0 • 0 • 0 • MUR 26,000

Type Commercial Property
Location West
Town Cascavelle
Developer Private
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Luxury 2 Bed apartment in a Smart City Ref: 2023/08/97

2 • 2 • 0 • MUR 8,500,000

Type Apartment
Location West
Town Cascavelle
Developer The Grove Unicity
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Office Space for rent in the heart of Tamarin, Black River Ref: 2023/08/98

0 • 0 • 0 • MUR 37,500

Type Commercial Property
Location West
Town Black River
Developer Private
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Luxury Villa for sale close to Super-U Ref: 2023/08/99

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 13,900,000

Type Townhouse, Duplex
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer West 24_Private
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Luxury Property for rent at Rs55,000 close to Super-U Ref: 2023/08/100

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 55,000

Type Townhouse, Duplex
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer West 24_Private
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Elegant 3 bed apartment for sale Ref: 2023/08/101

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 16,000,000

Type Apartment
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer Tamara
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Spectacular 5 bedroom home to rent in the heart of Chamarel Ref: 2023/08/102

5 • 5 • 0 • MUR 160,000

Type Villa
Location West
Town Chamarel
Developer Private
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Fully Furnished Villa in Tamarin Ref: 2023/08/103

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 100,000

Type Villa
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer Akashia
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Professional office spaces at the most affordable rates Ref: 2023/08/104

0 • 0 • 0 • MUR 550

Type Commercial Property
Location West
Town Black River
Developer Vanilla Connect
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Penthouse with the most magnificent view in the West Ref: 2023/08/105

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 30,000,000

Type Penthouse
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer Up-Tamarin
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Magnificent villa in a golf estate Ref: 2023/08/106

5 • 5 • 2 • MUR 100,456,621

Type Villa
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer Tamarina Golf Estate
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Stunning modern apartment in the heart of Tamarin Ref: 2023/09/107

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 16,000,000

Type Apartment
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer Up-Tamarin
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Perfect penthouse with incredible views of the sea Ref: 2023/09/108

3 • 3 • 1 • MUR 19,000,000

Type Penthouse
Location West
Town Flic En Flac
Developer Private
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Luxury Duplex for sale close to Super-U Ref: 2023/09/109

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 17,000,000

Type Townhouse, Duplex
Location West
Town Tamarin
Developer Private
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Modern duplex for sale in the heart of Tamarin Ref: 2023/09/110

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 14,849,800

Type Townhouse, Duplex
Location West
Town Black River
Developer West 35
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La Pirogue Residences nestled within the renowned La Pirogue and Sugar Beach resorts Ref: 2023/09/111

2 • 2 • 0 • MUR 35,352,500

Type Apartment
Location West
Town Flic en Flac
Developer La Pirogue Residences
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Epitome of luxury with our exquisite apartments boasting awe-inspiring ocean vistas Ref: 2023/09/112

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 45,131,360

Type Apartment
Location West
Town Black River
Developer The Waves
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La Balise Business Park: The Perfect Office Space Solution Ref: 2023/09/115

0 • 0 • 0 • MUR 13,000

Type Office
Location West
Town Grande Riviere Noire
Developer Private
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3 Bedroom Luxury apartment for rent in West Island View Ref: 2023/10/117

3 • 3 • 0 • MUR 80,000

Type Apartment
Location West
Town Grande Riviere Noire
Developer West Island View Resort and Spa
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Exclusive and luxurious office spaces available for lease Ref: 2023/10/118

0 • 0 • 0 • MUR 20,000

Type Office
Location West
Town Black River,
Developer Nautica Commercial Centre
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Experience the epitome of luxury living with our exquisite villa available for rent. Ref: 2023/10/120

3 • 2 • 1 • MUR 100,000

Type Villa
Location West
Town Black River
Developer Domaine Cap Tropical
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Looking for Co-Working Space in Black River Ref: 2023/11/121

0 • 0 • 0 • MUR 500

Type Office
Location West
Town Rivière Noire
Developer Vanilla Connect
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WHAT MAKES MAURITIUS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE?

Ile aux Cerfs
le aux Cerfs is a privately owned island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq District. The island of Ile aux Cerfs lies off Trou d Eau Douce in the largest lagoon of Mauritius and offers 87 hectares of luxuriant vegetation and preserved, white, sandy beaches. Besides the Ile Aux Cerfs Golf Club, one can also experience three beach restaurants and engage in a wide variety of activities on Ile aux Cerfs. Every day Mauritians and tourists visit the island; they depart in boats from the village of Trou dEau Douce and spend the whole day on the island. Several water sports activities are available on the island.

Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden
The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanic Garden, commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanic Garden, is a popular tourist attraction in Pamplemousses, near Port Louis, Mauritius, and the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere. Famous for its long pond of giant water lilies, the garden was first constructed by Pierre Poivre in 1770, and it covers an area of around 37 hectares. The garden, for a long time was ranked third among all the gardens that could be admired over the surface of the globe, have been known successively as Jardin de Mon Plaisir, Jardin des Plantes, Le Jardin National de lIle de France, Jardin Royal, Jardin Botanique des Pamplemousses, and during the British colonisation, The Royal Botanical Gardens of Pamplemousses and The Royal Botanic Gardens, Pamplemousses. On 17 September 1988 the garden was formally named Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanic Garden, named after the first prime minister of Mauritius, as was the smaller SSR Botanical Garden of Curepipe.

Le Morne Brabant
Le Morne Brabant is a peninsula at the extreme southwestern tip of the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius on the western side of the island. It is highlighted by an eponymous basaltic monolith with a summit 556 metres above sea level. The summit covers an area of over 12 hectares. There are many caves and overhangs on the steep slopes. It is largely surrounded by a lagoon and is a well known tourist attraction. It is also a refuge for two rare plants, the Mandrinette and the Boucle dOreille. The mountain is named after the VOC-ship Brabant that ran aground there on 29 December 1783 on the cliffs. The peninsula of Le Morne benefits from a micro-climate. Le Morne Brabant Mountain was submitted to the candidate list of the World Heritage sites in 2003. In 2008, the nomination process concluded when UNESCO inscribed the site on the World Heritage List.

Black River Gorges National Park
Black River Gorges National Park is a national park in the hilly south-western part of Mauritius. It was proclaimed on June 15, 1994 and is managed by the National Parks and Conservation Service. It covers an area of 67.54 km including humid upland forest, drier lowland forest and marshy heathland. Facilities for visitors include two information centres, picnic areas and 60 kilometres of trails. There are four field stations in the park which are used for National Parks and Conservation Service and Mauritian Wildlife Foundation research and conservation projects. The park protects most of the islands remaining rainforest although much of this has been degraded by introduced plants such as Chinese guava and privet and animals such as rusa deer and wild pigs. Several areas have been fenced off and invasive species have been eradicated from them to preserve native wildlife. Many endemic plants and animals still occur in the park including the Mauritian flying fox and all of the islands endemic birds: Mauritius kestrel, pink pigeon, Mauritius parakeet, Mauritius cuckooshrike, Mauritius bulbul, Mauritius olive white-eye, Mauritius grey white-eye and Mauritius fody. source

Flic En Flac Beach
Flic-en-Flac is a seaside village on the west coast Mauritius in the district of Black River. The name most likely comes from an Old Dutch phrase, Fried Landt Flaak, meaning free, flat land. Its public white sandy beach is one of the longest on the island. This public beach attracts local families, tourists and visitors throughout the year. Its lagoon is protected by the surrounding coral reefs. The beach provides scenic views over the Indian Ocean horizon and of Le Morne Brabant Peninsula located in the south west of Mauritius. Flic-en-Flac is near Tamarin beach which is situated a few kilometres away. The Casela Bird Park near Flic-en-Flac features orchids, over 140 species of birds and the endemic and endangered rare pink pigeon. Flic-en-Flac is in a non-industrial part of Mauritius, with a coastline of about 13 kilometres. It is geared towards tourism with many luxury hotels in Mauritius, experiencing about 500,000 visitors yearly. Spread over 10 square kilometres of Flic en Flac, it hosts about 4 square kilometres of sugarcane plantations. source

Chamarel Seven Colored Earth Geopark
The seven Coloured Earths are a geological formation and prominent tourist attraction found in the Chamarel plain of the Rivire Noire District in south-western Mauritius. It is a relatively small area of sand dunes comprising sand of seven distinct colours. The main feature of the place is that since these differently coloured sands spontaneously settle in different layers, dunes acquire a surrealistic, striped colouring. Since the earth was first exposed, rains have carved beautiful patterns into the hillside, creating an effect of earthen meringue. source

Trou aux Cerfs
Trou aux Cerfs is a dormant volcano with a well-defined cone and crater. It is 605 m high and located in Curepipe, Mauritius. The crater has been alternately described as 300 and 350 meters in diameter, and is 80 meters deep. The crater was formed less than 2 million years ago in the second phase of volcanic activity that created Mauritius. According to experts, the volcano is currently dormant but could become active at any time within the next thousand years. The crater is only accessible down a steep embankment which is considered dangerous. Water and silt have clogged the crater, making it even less accessible. source

Casela Nature Parks
Huge outdoor amusement park with safari tours, camel rides & zip-lining, plus restaurants & shops.Casela is one of the most popular leisure and attraction parks in Mauritius offering a variety of fun and thrilling activities to individuals, families and corporates.The park spans over 350 hectares and is divided into 5 zones, each with its own unique characteristic.

Ile aux Aigrettes
Ile aux Aigrettes is an islet off the south-east coast of Mauritius. It functions as a nature reserve and a scientific research station. It is also a popular visitors attraction - both for tourists and for Mauritians. source

Le Pouce
Le Pouce is the third highest mountain in Mauritius, at 812 meters. Only Piton de la Petite Rivire Noire and Pieter Both are taller. It is named Le Pouce because of the thumb-shaped peak of the mountain. It can be viewed from the capital of Mauritius, Port Louis, and is a popular hike for the view of the city. The mountain is in the Moka Range and is closest to the village of La Laura-Malenga in the Moka District. Charles Darwin ascended the mountain on 2 May 1836 source

Blue Penny Museum
The Blue Penny Museum a museum dedicated to history and art of Mauritius, is situated at Caudan Waterfront in Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius. It opened in November 2001. The museum collection includes the 1847 Blue Penny and Red Penny stamps. The stamps were bought in 1993 for $2,000,000 by a consortium of Mauritian enterprises headed by The Mauritius Commercial Bank and brought back to Mauritius after almost 150 years. For conservation, the originals are illuminated only temporarily. Most of the time only copies are to be seen. The museum, founded by The Mauritius Commercial Bank, also houses the original statue of Paul and Virginia, created in 1881 by Prosper dpinay. source

Tamarind Falls
The Tamarind Falls or Tamarin Falls are a scenic attraction of southwest Mauritius. They are a series of seven cataracts located on the Rivire Tamarin, two kilometers northwest of the large lake Mare aux Vacoas. source

Rochester Falls
Rochester Falls is a waterfall situated in the Savanne district of Mauritius. Highly popular for its rectangular flank rocks, the fall is one of the most popular tourist attractions and the widest waterfall in Mauritius. The waterfall is located on the Savanne River at an elevation of 152 meters above sea level, approximately 2.5 km from Souillac, and it tumbles from a height of about 10 m. source

Blue Bay Marine Park
Located in the south-east of the island, Blue Bay was declared a national park in 1997 before being designated as a wetland site under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance in 2008. The marine park is renowned for its remarkable coral garden, which harbours hundreds of varieties of corals and its abundant fauna. Close to the coastline, the site offers ideal conditions for snorkelling with a rich biodiversity as well as calm and shallow sea-water.

Central Market
What better way to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of a country than to stroll through its markets? Colors, scents, atmosphere: awaken all your senses and discover a concentrate of the island at the central market. You will find both foodstuffs and traditional spices and medicinal plants, some of which are renowned aphrodisiacs! The section devoted to crafts is well provided but be careful, not everything is locally made. The central market of Port Louis is one of the oldest sites on the island (more than 2 centuries). Whatever the time of year, this market on Queen Street near the main bus station is open every day. Popular with Mauritians, there is an abundance of fruit and vegetables of impeccable quality throughout the year.

La Vanille Nature Park
Park offering encounters with giant tortoises, crocodile feeding shows & other nature exhibits.

Bois Cheri Tea Factory
Located a few kilometers from Grand Bassin, Bois Chri is a tea factory and a museum. Bois Chri is the first tea plantation in Mauritius dates back to 1892. During the visit, you will increase your knowledge about the different stages of production of the tea making process: from picking to packaging, withering, fermentation, drying and sieving. Bois Chri produces a new range of flavored teas, green teas and herbal teas.

Ebony Forest Reserve Chamarel
Ebony Forest Chamarel or just the "Ebony Forest" is a 50 ha conservation area for Mauritian endemic species with a rehabilitated indigenous forest, situated in Chamarel, in the south-west of Mauritius. source

Champ de Mars Racecourse
The Champ de Mars Racecourse (French: Hippodrome du Champ de Mars) is a thoroughbred horse race track in Port Louis, Mauritius. The Racecourse was inaugurated on 25 June 1812, by The Mauritius Turf Club (MTC) which was founded earlier in the same year by Edward Alured Draper, who served in different capacities, namely as Chief of Police, Colonial Secretary, Collector of Customs, Civil engineer, Registrar of Slaves, Magistrate and Colonial Treasurer. The Mauritius Turf Club is the oldest horse-racing club in the Southern Hemisphere and the second oldest in the world.[1] The race track follows a very selective right hand oval path and is relatively small in size, with a circumference of 1,298 meters (4,258.5 ft) and width between 12 and 14 meters (39 and 46 feet). The home-straight extends uphill and is 225 meters (738 ft) long. When Mauritius gained independence on 12 March 1968, the event including the flag hoisting ceremony was held here. Since then and for many years, the racecourse has seen the annual celebration of the accession to independence. source

Chateau de Labourdonnais
The Chteau de Labourdonnais is an old sugar estate which dates from 1777 and which is located in Mapou, Mauritius. The house itself was built in 1856. Nowadays the Chteau de Labourdonnais has been converted to a museum and restaurant with a colonial period theme.