Our most recommended things to do in Calodyne

Mauritius: Scenic Helicopter Flight with Hotel Transfers

Mauritius: Scenic Helicopter Flight with Hotel Transfers

Admire some of the best sites in the pearl of the Indian Ocean on a helicopter flight of Mauritius, with hotel transfers included. After taking off from the base in Triolet, fly over the bustling capital city of Port Louis, home to administrative buildings and the only port for international trade. Then, head for Tamarin, where you may catch a glimpse of dolphins if you’re lucky. Further on, the Isle of Bénitiers awaits you with its unusual geography. As the helicopter moves toward the southwest of the island, see the majestic Le Morne mountain. Witness the optical illusion from the underwater waterfalls, followed by a kaleidoscope of colors as you fly over Chamarel and its plunging ravines and lush green forests that are home to seven seemingly endless waterfalls, offering breathtaking views from the sky. Pass by the Pouce and Pieter Both mountains, cherished by hikers and nature lovers, completing your aerial journey of Mauritius.

Wild South West Private Tour with pick up

Wild South West Private Tour with pick up

You'll be heading to Trou Aux Cerfs which is a crater surrounded by a vast area of lush forest consisting of indigenous plant species and some giant green pine trees. Definitely, one of the main highlights is the 360-degree view of the town of Curepipe and the Mountain range Continue on to a local naval modeling workshop, renowned for designing historic, handmade ship models. Browse the museum's collection, watch as a craftsman carves a new project, or purchase your own souvenir for an original trip memento. Afterward, head to Mare Aux Vacoas reservoir which has the honor of being the largest reservoir on the island and is simultaneously a rather popular stop for tourists visiting the south of the island. From here, travel to the Grand Bassin, a sacred lake nestled around a volcano crater, embellished with a Hindu temple where a famous statue of Shiva resides. Then it's time to visit the Black River for an unforgettable panoramic view, where you can also catch a glimpse of the Black River Gorge. The drive continues to Chamarel Village to admire the 90-meter high Chamarel Waterfall and the curious 7-Coloured Earth, a natural phenomenon caused when basaltic lava converts the clay mineral into vibrant shades of red, brown, violet, green, blue, purple, and yellow.

Northern Treasures private tour

Northern Treasures private tour

This excursion will introduce you to the city of Port Louis, founded in 1735 by Mahe de Labourdonnais, where you will visit the historic Fort Adelaide also known as the Citadel. Built by the English in 1835 and is one of the few fortifications of British origin remaining on the island. From here, you'll enjoy a view stretching over almost the entire city. Your next stop will be a visit to the central market (also known as the bazaar). Here you will be amazed by the variety of products you will find - fruits, vegetables, scent sticks, spices, pashmina, and linen are amongst the most sold products. Your next stop will be at the Caudan Waterfront, a modern precinct facing the harbor. Its 170 boutiques display beautiful collections of local designers and famous brands. Its craft market is an open bazaar, impregnated by exotic scents of spices, souvenirs, and basketry. Then, visit the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, renamed Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, and the highlight of any visit to the north. It is the oldest botanical garden in the southern hemisphere, dating back to 1735. Admire a magnificent collection of local and exotic plants, a variety of giant water lilies, rare plants from Mascarene, the baobab, giant palms, and the Talipot palm, whose flower only blossoms after 50 years.

Try our Ultimate thrilling bicycle-zip-lining activity!

Try our Ultimate thrilling bicycle-zip-lining activity!

enjoy a Unique bicycle zip line experience on the island, as simple as that! Adrenaline lovers will enjoy this latest addition to our growing range of entertainment as they enjoy some intense moments in the air (18 metres above ground) on a bicycle over a 2 x 200 metres zip line! The Bicycle Zip line allows four participants to ride at the same time and consists of two platforms designed as a fun and ecologically friendly way to enjoy adrenaline rushes, our bicycle-zip-line is designed to be of environmentally zero-impact and is self-propelled, thus communing with the natural surroundings of the ride. Flying bikes may look like magic, but zip biking is no such endeavor. Rest assured, the bikes are affixed from above and below to solid tightrope looking cables proven to withstand a maximum of safety tests. Riders slip into a harness attached to the line above and pedal across the lower line. A unique activity sure to leave you on an adrenaline high, this is one of those things you need have on your bucket list. Minimum height: 1m35 Maximum weight: 100kgs

Mauritius: Crocodile Park and Tea Factory Tour with Tasting

Mauritius: Crocodile Park and Tea Factory Tour with Tasting

Bois Chéri is the first tea plantation in Mauritius and dates back to 1892. A guide will lead you through the factory and the tea plantation, offering you to discover the history, stories and tales of the Bois Chéri and the importance of tea productions in Mauritius. After the guided tour of the tea factory, you will visit the tea production museum learning more about the history of tea in Mauritius. A guide will lead you through the factory and the tea plantation, offering you to discover the history, stories and tales of the Bois Chéri and the importance of tea productions in Mauritius. After the guided tour of the tea factory, you will visit the tea production museum learning more about the history of tea in Mauritius. The Bois Chéri offers a great panoramic view of the south of the island. Nowadays Bois Chéri produces a new range of flavored teas, green teas and herbal teas. You may taste them during your visit. La Vanille Nature Park previously known as La Vanille Crocodile Park was created in 1985, and its name honors the old vine cultivated in the valley where the reserve of 5 hectares is located. Mauritian hospitality, conservation of nature, and welfare of the animals are privileged in this magical setting, where our guides will take you on an unforgettable visit of the reserve.

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