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Port Louis: Street Food Tour

Port Louis: Street Food Tour

Discover the sights and tastes of Port Louis through a guided street food tour. Let your guide lead you through the bustling streets to some of the authentic food stops of the capital.  Starting at the Caudan Waterfront, head into the heart of the city by foot to explore its hidden corners and local food stops. From Indo-Mauritian "faratas" (fried dough bread) served with Creole "rougaille" (a rich tomato-based dish), to Sino-Mauritian "boulettes" (dumplings) and Franco-Mauritian pastries, discover the Mauritian cultures by tasting their local delicacies. Indulge in approximately eight sensational tastings.  Along the way, explore the real Port Louis: the old buildings and the stories they have to tell, the Company Gardens with their majestic hanging Banyan trees, the busy market full of colours, voices and flavours, and China Town and its will to preserve its culture. Join this three-hour walking food tour and satisfy your appetite for food, history and culture.

Mauritius: Full Day Tour of the North with Hotel Transfer

Mauritius: Full Day Tour of the North with Hotel Transfer

Visit the top attractions of Mauritius with your own private tour. Check out one of the oldest churches in the country, see 650 species of plants at the Botanical Garden, and visit a ripe black tea factory. Shop for souvenirs at the Caudan Waterfront, and finish up at Fort Adelaide. Start with a visit to Notre Dame Auxiliatrice Church, also known as the "red roof church" at Cap Malheureux. After this, head to the Botanical Garden in Pamplemousses to discover more than 650 tropical and indigenous plants, including the Baobabs, Giant Water Lilies, a spice garden, and more. Next, proceed to the Ripe Black Tea factory where you will learn about the history of ripe black tea production which is prepared and presented using chinese savoir faire, thus cannoting the tea's hybrid Mauritian-Chinese nature. Taste the different types of locally produced tea. Afterwards, travel to the capital, Port Louis, to visit the Caudan Waterfront, which is a shopping and leisure hub located on the waterfront. Go shopping for souvenirs at the craft market. Then, visit the central market to check out the display of textiles, spices, and fruits on sale. Stroll the streets and pass by the Anglican and Catholic cathedrals, the mosque, Chinatown, the Supreme Court house, and the Natural History Museum. Finally, visit La Citadelle, also called Fort Adelaide, which sits at 240 ft (73 meters) above sea level. Gaze at the city, then return to your hotel.

Port Louis: Street Food City Tour

Port Louis: Street Food City Tour

Your experience starts from the Caudan Waterfront. Walk through the bustling streets of Port Louis. Mauritius has some amazing food, influenced by its Indian, Chinese, and African cultures. The central market is one of the best places to experience the best Mauritian food. You will find fresh, deep-fried gato pima, or chili bites. Made with soaked split peas, zingy spring onions, and green chilies, these really do pop in your mouth. Next, travel through the gates of the Chinatown of Port Louis to discover treats derived from Hakka Chinese dishes. The tour includes about 8 different dishes to try. Along the way, explore the old buildings, the Company Garden with their amazing hanging Banyan trees, the busy market and China Town.

Mauritius: Private Northern Highlights Tour with Turtle Swim

Mauritius: Private Northern Highlights Tour with Turtle Swim

Explore history, culture, and nature on a private tour of northern Mauritius. Go swimming with sea turtles, discover the Red Roof Church, and take guided tours of L’Aventure du Sucre sugar museum, Labourdonnais Palace, and Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. After pickup anywhere in Mauritius, head to a pristine marine reserve with your guide for an exclusive swimming with turtles excursion. Enjoy virtually guaranteed encounters with sea turtles and admire these majestic marine creatures up close. Next, find out more about Mauritius’s historical and cultural heritage at L’Aventure du Sucre. Listen to your guide’s in-depth commentary about the socio-economic impact of the island’s sugar industry and colonial past, and gain a deeper understanding of Mauritius's evolution over the centuries. Continue your tour with a scenic coastal drive to the lesser-known gem of the Red Roof Church in Cap Malhereux. Immerse yourself in local culture, interact with residents, and take memorable pictures of the quaint church and its red roof. From there, move on to Labourdonnais Palace and step into a bygone era of elegance and grandeur. Get privileged access to this magnificent colonial mansion and marvel at its opulent interiors, lush gardens, and richly preserved artifacts, offering a glimpse into Mauritius's aristocratic past. Afterward, visit the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. Take a stroll through nature and experience a sensory feast of exotic flora and fauna. Discover rare plant species, learn about conservation efforts, and marvel at the garden's natural beauty. Once you’ve explored the botanical garden, head to Caudan Waterfront, a premier destination in Mauritius offering a vibrant blend of shopping, dining, entertainment, and leisure activities. The tour concludes afterward with drop-off back at your hotel.

Mauritius: Port Louis and Northern Highlights Full-Day Trip

Mauritius: Port Louis and Northern Highlights Full-Day Trip

Uncover the best of Mauritius on a full-day tour of the island's capital, Port Louis, and the beautiful Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. Visit Fort Adelaide, the Central Market, and the Caudan Waterfront. Explore the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden and the L'Aventure Du Sucre Sugar Factory Museum. Start your journey with convenient pickup from your accommodation in Mauritius and relax in a comfortable car on the drive to Port Louis. Visit Fort Adelaide, a 19th-century British-built military fortress which features a walled courtyard and panoramic city views. Head to the Central Market of Port Louis where you can venture through stalls offering wide range of clothing, souvenirs, local vegetables, and exotic spices. Have the option purchase a tasty ‘Dholl Puri,’ a flatbread stuffed with lightly spiced yellow split peas/yellow gram accompanied with vegetable curry. Buy a refreshing and milky glass of the special ‘Alouda’ drink. Continue your excursion at the splendid Caudan Waterfront, an ideal place for shopping and the only harbor in Mauritius. After Port Louis, visit the beautiful Pamplemousses Botanical Garden (at your own expense), home to an incredible variety of both indigenous and foreign tropical plants. Soak up the tranquility of this lush environment. Make your way to the “L'Aventure Du Sucre,” a sugar factory museum (own expense), where you can discover the history of sugar production in Mauritius and taste some local products. Travel along northeast coast via Grand Baie. stop at Cap Malheureux, a village located in the Rivière du Rempart district to see the Red Church, a Roman Catholic Church famous for its vivid red roof which shines against the bright turquoise sea. Take in views of Coin de mire island before returning to your accommodation in the early evening.

Full Day Tour of Port Louis

Full Day Tour of Port Louis

Visit Port Louis and experience its main attractions on a full-day tour. Explore the Caudan Water Front Shopping Complex and Craft Market, where you will have the opportunity to pick up unique hand-crafted gifts for your friends and family. Then, visit the Pamplemousses (Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam) Botanical Garden, which boasts a variety of tropical plants, a spice garden, and rare palm trees - including the Talipo, which blooms every 60-100 years. After a short rest at the Mont Choisy Public Beach, you will visit Cap Malheureux to see the Church with the Red Roof and get an amazing view of the Coin de Mire Island from the beach. Don't forget to bring your camera.

Port Louis & Northern Mauritius Full Day Guided Tour

Port Louis & Northern Mauritius Full Day Guided Tour

Spend the first part of the day exploring the capital city of Mauritius, Port Louis. Climb up to Fort Adelaide, known as 'The Citadel', a 19th-century military fortress which features a walled courtyard and panoramic city views. Then head into the central market, the Grand Port Louise Bazaar & China Town for a stroll around. Marvel at the impressive array of clothing, local vegetables, and exotic spices. Continue your shopping excursion at the splendid Caudan Waterfront. In the afternoon, pay a visit to the beautiful gardens at the Grapefruit Botanical Paradise. Then continue along the northwest coast via the Tamil Temple, Choisy Beach, and Grand Baie. Make a stop at Cap Malheureux, a village located in the Rivière du Rempart District to see The Palatial Red Church, a Roman Catholic Church famous for its vivid red roof against the bright turquoise sea and azure sky. Opt to pop into L'Aventure Du Sucre or the Sugar Factory Museum, where you can discover the history of sugar production in Mauritius and taste local products. Or perhaps make a stop at the majestic Chateau de Labourdonnais, one of the most beautiful colonial houses of the island inspired by Italian neo-classical architecture. Lunch fees are not included in the tour, however, your driver will provide you with a variety of restaurant suggestions according to your tastes. Feel free to request a stopover at any other restaurant of your choice at any point during the day.

Mauritius: Port Louis Street Food Walking Tour

Mauritius: Port Louis Street Food Walking Tour

Start your journey at Le Caudan Waterfront, and head away from the familiarity of tourist-friendly spaces. Walk through the bustling streets of Port Louis. Mauritius has some amazing food, influenced by its Indian, Chinese, and African cultures. The central market is one of the best places to experience the best Mauritian food. For a taste of the Gujarati influence, you’ll find fresh, deep-fried gato pima, or chili bites. Made with soaked split peas, zingy spring onions, and green chilies, these really do pop in your mouth. Next, travel through the gates of the Chinatown of Port Louis to discover treats derived from Hakka Chinese dishes. The tour includes about 8 different dishes to try.

Mauritius: Private Full-Day North Mauritius Tour

Mauritius: Private Full-Day North Mauritius Tour

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and history of northern Mauritius on this private guided tour. You will be treated to a special trip by your guide, who is also a fully licensed and professional driver with thorough knowledge of each of the places you will go. There are five featured stops during your trip: Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius; La Citadelle, a National Monument which rises above Port Louis; The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden in Pamplemousses; The Sugar Factory & Museum; and the Chateau de Labourdonnais. The North Tour is a full-day activity, lasting approximately 8 hours. This tour is completely private. While the above stops are suggested to give you a well-rounded approach to Mauritian northern culture, they by no means encompass every possibility for the tour. You have the final say in deciding where you would like to stop and the duration of your stay. You may even design your own northern tour from the ground up; your driver guide will always be on standby for you. Port Louis is the capital and largest city in Mauritius. It is a bustling commerce center with a wide range of people and sights. Your guide will save you the trouble of parking, as all parking fees are covered for this activity. Once in the city, you’ll have opportunities to sample both local food and fine cuisine. You can also shop both in local markets and at the duty-free boutiques of Le Caudan Waterfront. Or you can just choose to take in the mix of historical and modern architecture. Rising above Port Louis is La Citadelle. From its soaring ramparts, you’ll be treated to a panoramic view of the capital, the bustling harbor, and the volcanic mountains to the south and east. From the city, your guide will conduct you northeast to the town of Pamplemousses, where the SSR Botanical Garden is located. This is a vast garden renowned for its peaceful atmosphere. Stroll on shaded paths under whispering trees, learn about the old ways of making sugar at the Chateau Mon Plaisir, and observe the different species of animals that call the gardens their home. Next, you’ll drive to the Sugar Factory & Museum, a defunct sugar factory-turned-museum, which is also referred to as L’Aventure du Sucre. Sugarcane growth and refinement have had a huge impact in shaping the culture and history of Mauritius. You’ll learn how and why during this stop. You’ll also get an in-depth look at the full process of harvesting sugarcane and turning it into finished products. Try some of the unrefined local sugar types to appreciate the outcome of all this labor; and, for adult guests, take your appreciation further by sampling a variety of local rums.

Mauritius: Customizable Private Tour by Car

Mauritius: Customizable Private Tour by Car

Design your own itinerary to explore the island of Mauritius in a private car. Choose to see the bustling Central Market. Shop at the Caudan Waterfront. See the Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage site or any other destination of your liking. Be picked up and dropped off from your accommodation. Plan your own itinerary with the help of your driver. Choose where to go. Get picked up at your hotel by your driver. Spend 8 hours taking in the stunning beauty and impressive attractions of the island. Benefit from your own private driver and tour guide. Enjoy a convenient drop-off at your hotel.

Central Market, Port Louise: Our most recommended tours and activities

Port Louis: Street Food Tour

Port Louis: Street Food Tour

Discover the sights and tastes of Port Louis through a guided street food tour. Let your guide lead you through the bustling streets to some of the authentic food stops of the capital.  Starting at the Caudan Waterfront, head into the heart of the city by foot to explore its hidden corners and local food stops. From Indo-Mauritian "faratas" (fried dough bread) served with Creole "rougaille" (a rich tomato-based dish), to Sino-Mauritian "boulettes" (dumplings) and Franco-Mauritian pastries, discover the Mauritian cultures by tasting their local delicacies. Indulge in approximately eight sensational tastings.  Along the way, explore the real Port Louis: the old buildings and the stories they have to tell, the Company Gardens with their majestic hanging Banyan trees, the busy market full of colours, voices and flavours, and China Town and its will to preserve its culture. Join this three-hour walking food tour and satisfy your appetite for food, history and culture.

Mauritius: Full Day Tour of the North with Hotel Transfer

Mauritius: Full Day Tour of the North with Hotel Transfer

Visit the top attractions of Mauritius with your own private tour. Check out one of the oldest churches in the country, see 650 species of plants at the Botanical Garden, and visit a ripe black tea factory. Shop for souvenirs at the Caudan Waterfront, and finish up at Fort Adelaide. Start with a visit to Notre Dame Auxiliatrice Church, also known as the "red roof church" at Cap Malheureux. After this, head to the Botanical Garden in Pamplemousses to discover more than 650 tropical and indigenous plants, including the Baobabs, Giant Water Lilies, a spice garden, and more. Next, proceed to the Ripe Black Tea factory where you will learn about the history of ripe black tea production which is prepared and presented using chinese savoir faire, thus cannoting the tea's hybrid Mauritian-Chinese nature. Taste the different types of locally produced tea. Afterwards, travel to the capital, Port Louis, to visit the Caudan Waterfront, which is a shopping and leisure hub located on the waterfront. Go shopping for souvenirs at the craft market. Then, visit the central market to check out the display of textiles, spices, and fruits on sale. Stroll the streets and pass by the Anglican and Catholic cathedrals, the mosque, Chinatown, the Supreme Court house, and the Natural History Museum. Finally, visit La Citadelle, also called Fort Adelaide, which sits at 240 ft (73 meters) above sea level. Gaze at the city, then return to your hotel.

Port Louis: Street Food City Tour

Port Louis: Street Food City Tour

Your experience starts from the Caudan Waterfront. Walk through the bustling streets of Port Louis. Mauritius has some amazing food, influenced by its Indian, Chinese, and African cultures. The central market is one of the best places to experience the best Mauritian food. You will find fresh, deep-fried gato pima, or chili bites. Made with soaked split peas, zingy spring onions, and green chilies, these really do pop in your mouth. Next, travel through the gates of the Chinatown of Port Louis to discover treats derived from Hakka Chinese dishes. The tour includes about 8 different dishes to try. Along the way, explore the old buildings, the Company Garden with their amazing hanging Banyan trees, the busy market and China Town.

Mauritius: Private Northern Highlights Tour with Turtle Swim

Mauritius: Private Northern Highlights Tour with Turtle Swim

Explore history, culture, and nature on a private tour of northern Mauritius. Go swimming with sea turtles, discover the Red Roof Church, and take guided tours of L’Aventure du Sucre sugar museum, Labourdonnais Palace, and Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. After pickup anywhere in Mauritius, head to a pristine marine reserve with your guide for an exclusive swimming with turtles excursion. Enjoy virtually guaranteed encounters with sea turtles and admire these majestic marine creatures up close. Next, find out more about Mauritius’s historical and cultural heritage at L’Aventure du Sucre. Listen to your guide’s in-depth commentary about the socio-economic impact of the island’s sugar industry and colonial past, and gain a deeper understanding of Mauritius's evolution over the centuries. Continue your tour with a scenic coastal drive to the lesser-known gem of the Red Roof Church in Cap Malhereux. Immerse yourself in local culture, interact with residents, and take memorable pictures of the quaint church and its red roof. From there, move on to Labourdonnais Palace and step into a bygone era of elegance and grandeur. Get privileged access to this magnificent colonial mansion and marvel at its opulent interiors, lush gardens, and richly preserved artifacts, offering a glimpse into Mauritius's aristocratic past. Afterward, visit the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. Take a stroll through nature and experience a sensory feast of exotic flora and fauna. Discover rare plant species, learn about conservation efforts, and marvel at the garden's natural beauty. Once you’ve explored the botanical garden, head to Caudan Waterfront, a premier destination in Mauritius offering a vibrant blend of shopping, dining, entertainment, and leisure activities. The tour concludes afterward with drop-off back at your hotel.

Mauritius: Port Louis and Northern Highlights Full-Day Trip

Mauritius: Port Louis and Northern Highlights Full-Day Trip

Uncover the best of Mauritius on a full-day tour of the island's capital, Port Louis, and the beautiful Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. Visit Fort Adelaide, the Central Market, and the Caudan Waterfront. Explore the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden and the L'Aventure Du Sucre Sugar Factory Museum. Start your journey with convenient pickup from your accommodation in Mauritius and relax in a comfortable car on the drive to Port Louis. Visit Fort Adelaide, a 19th-century British-built military fortress which features a walled courtyard and panoramic city views. Head to the Central Market of Port Louis where you can venture through stalls offering wide range of clothing, souvenirs, local vegetables, and exotic spices. Have the option purchase a tasty ‘Dholl Puri,’ a flatbread stuffed with lightly spiced yellow split peas/yellow gram accompanied with vegetable curry. Buy a refreshing and milky glass of the special ‘Alouda’ drink. Continue your excursion at the splendid Caudan Waterfront, an ideal place for shopping and the only harbor in Mauritius. After Port Louis, visit the beautiful Pamplemousses Botanical Garden (at your own expense), home to an incredible variety of both indigenous and foreign tropical plants. Soak up the tranquility of this lush environment. Make your way to the “L'Aventure Du Sucre,” a sugar factory museum (own expense), where you can discover the history of sugar production in Mauritius and taste some local products. Travel along northeast coast via Grand Baie. stop at Cap Malheureux, a village located in the Rivière du Rempart district to see the Red Church, a Roman Catholic Church famous for its vivid red roof which shines against the bright turquoise sea. Take in views of Coin de mire island before returning to your accommodation in the early evening.

Full Day Tour of Port Louis

Full Day Tour of Port Louis

Visit Port Louis and experience its main attractions on a full-day tour. Explore the Caudan Water Front Shopping Complex and Craft Market, where you will have the opportunity to pick up unique hand-crafted gifts for your friends and family. Then, visit the Pamplemousses (Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam) Botanical Garden, which boasts a variety of tropical plants, a spice garden, and rare palm trees - including the Talipo, which blooms every 60-100 years. After a short rest at the Mont Choisy Public Beach, you will visit Cap Malheureux to see the Church with the Red Roof and get an amazing view of the Coin de Mire Island from the beach. Don't forget to bring your camera.

Port Louis & Northern Mauritius Full Day Guided Tour

Port Louis & Northern Mauritius Full Day Guided Tour

Spend the first part of the day exploring the capital city of Mauritius, Port Louis. Climb up to Fort Adelaide, known as 'The Citadel', a 19th-century military fortress which features a walled courtyard and panoramic city views. Then head into the central market, the Grand Port Louise Bazaar & China Town for a stroll around. Marvel at the impressive array of clothing, local vegetables, and exotic spices. Continue your shopping excursion at the splendid Caudan Waterfront. In the afternoon, pay a visit to the beautiful gardens at the Grapefruit Botanical Paradise. Then continue along the northwest coast via the Tamil Temple, Choisy Beach, and Grand Baie. Make a stop at Cap Malheureux, a village located in the Rivière du Rempart District to see The Palatial Red Church, a Roman Catholic Church famous for its vivid red roof against the bright turquoise sea and azure sky. Opt to pop into L'Aventure Du Sucre or the Sugar Factory Museum, where you can discover the history of sugar production in Mauritius and taste local products. Or perhaps make a stop at the majestic Chateau de Labourdonnais, one of the most beautiful colonial houses of the island inspired by Italian neo-classical architecture. Lunch fees are not included in the tour, however, your driver will provide you with a variety of restaurant suggestions according to your tastes. Feel free to request a stopover at any other restaurant of your choice at any point during the day.

Mauritius: Port Louis Street Food Walking Tour

Mauritius: Port Louis Street Food Walking Tour

Start your journey at Le Caudan Waterfront, and head away from the familiarity of tourist-friendly spaces. Walk through the bustling streets of Port Louis. Mauritius has some amazing food, influenced by its Indian, Chinese, and African cultures. The central market is one of the best places to experience the best Mauritian food. For a taste of the Gujarati influence, you’ll find fresh, deep-fried gato pima, or chili bites. Made with soaked split peas, zingy spring onions, and green chilies, these really do pop in your mouth. Next, travel through the gates of the Chinatown of Port Louis to discover treats derived from Hakka Chinese dishes. The tour includes about 8 different dishes to try.

Mauritius: Private Full-Day North Mauritius Tour

Mauritius: Private Full-Day North Mauritius Tour

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and history of northern Mauritius on this private guided tour. You will be treated to a special trip by your guide, who is also a fully licensed and professional driver with thorough knowledge of each of the places you will go. There are five featured stops during your trip: Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius; La Citadelle, a National Monument which rises above Port Louis; The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden in Pamplemousses; The Sugar Factory & Museum; and the Chateau de Labourdonnais. The North Tour is a full-day activity, lasting approximately 8 hours. This tour is completely private. While the above stops are suggested to give you a well-rounded approach to Mauritian northern culture, they by no means encompass every possibility for the tour. You have the final say in deciding where you would like to stop and the duration of your stay. You may even design your own northern tour from the ground up; your driver guide will always be on standby for you. Port Louis is the capital and largest city in Mauritius. It is a bustling commerce center with a wide range of people and sights. Your guide will save you the trouble of parking, as all parking fees are covered for this activity. Once in the city, you’ll have opportunities to sample both local food and fine cuisine. You can also shop both in local markets and at the duty-free boutiques of Le Caudan Waterfront. Or you can just choose to take in the mix of historical and modern architecture. Rising above Port Louis is La Citadelle. From its soaring ramparts, you’ll be treated to a panoramic view of the capital, the bustling harbor, and the volcanic mountains to the south and east. From the city, your guide will conduct you northeast to the town of Pamplemousses, where the SSR Botanical Garden is located. This is a vast garden renowned for its peaceful atmosphere. Stroll on shaded paths under whispering trees, learn about the old ways of making sugar at the Chateau Mon Plaisir, and observe the different species of animals that call the gardens their home. Next, you’ll drive to the Sugar Factory & Museum, a defunct sugar factory-turned-museum, which is also referred to as L’Aventure du Sucre. Sugarcane growth and refinement have had a huge impact in shaping the culture and history of Mauritius. You’ll learn how and why during this stop. You’ll also get an in-depth look at the full process of harvesting sugarcane and turning it into finished products. Try some of the unrefined local sugar types to appreciate the outcome of all this labor; and, for adult guests, take your appreciation further by sampling a variety of local rums.

Mauritius: Customizable Private Tour by Car

Mauritius: Customizable Private Tour by Car

Design your own itinerary to explore the island of Mauritius in a private car. Choose to see the bustling Central Market. Shop at the Caudan Waterfront. See the Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage site or any other destination of your liking. Be picked up and dropped off from your accommodation. Plan your own itinerary with the help of your driver. Choose where to go. Get picked up at your hotel by your driver. Spend 8 hours taking in the stunning beauty and impressive attractions of the island. Benefit from your own private driver and tour guide. Enjoy a convenient drop-off at your hotel.

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4.5
(129 reviews)

Atlantic tours Mauritius were an excellent company to deal with, so much so I have just booked a second tour with them. They kept in contact confirming pick up times and who our driver would be and with WhatsApp were always able to answer any questions easily. Our driver Suraj, made the whole experience perfect. He was knowledgeable, helpful, very courteous and friendly. He did everything possible to make our tour wonderful and a day we will always remember.

The tour was great, the museum part at the beginning was also very informative and interesting, especially since we probably wouldn't have gone there alone. We were definitely full after the tour 😊 it was delicious and varied.

Excellent tour with lots of great food and drinks. The guide was very kind and informative. The tour also included some landmarks around the city, which was great. Highly recommend this tour.

Very good. Our guide Rakesch was particularly good. The tea museum is rubbish, a rip-off and unnecessary. The sugar museum would be ideal for the tour

Very nice day trip! Very pleasant guide and own transport. There was some confusion about which entrance tickets were and were not included.