Mauritius can look like a sleepy tropical island if you planned trip to Mauritius. Anything you can do in Mauritius is possible from easy sightseeing to thrilling water sports. Few unique attractions are also available. Like the Earths of the Seven Shades. This patch of land with seven distinct and wonderful colours, which remain unchanged even in intense and frequent field conditions, was provided by volcanic activity.
If you planning a trip to Mauritius there are few sightseeing places you must visit.
One of the main tourism spots in Mauritius is the beach of Grand Bay, La Cuvette. Come and have shopping or sunbathing, and sign up for a party night. There’s a lot of pubs, you can bring your foot in here if you’re bored.
It’s the Caudan Waterfront in Port Louis if Mauritius has a Champs de Elysées. Shop or dine in its cafés on the street. Walk to one of the museums – The Stamp Museum, the Museum of Natural History or the Blue Penny Museum, a short distance away. It’s an incredible journey.
Port Louis is surrounded by the Port Louis Moka Range, a mountain region worth to be looked at. Other historical and colonial buildings have been retained in Mauritius Capital of the Louis Port.
For the Mauritian of Hindu religion, the Grand Bassin is a sacred lake. The water within the lake is believed to connect with the waters of Indian holy Ganges. The Mauritian Hindus named a sacred lake in the Grand Bassin.
Gabriel Island is a protected natural reserve which is best-known for its lovely pristine beaches, which are covered by crystally blue waters. It is a popular sightseeing place, provides excellent diving opportunities and is an ideal place to relax on the beach.
Chamarel Park – Seven Coloured Earth
This is the only location in the world in which a 7-coloured clay ground can be found. The countryside in Chamarel is special. The violet, green, red, brown, blue, purple and yellow is the colours of the special dunes.
Blue Bay Marine Park
The Blue Bay Marine Park, situated near Mahebourg and off the southeast coast of Mauritius, is known for its coral gardens, its many flora and wildlife and its marine life by sea diversion.
Upcoming Event Mauritius CRIC10 League
This is the first time that Mauritius has introduced world cricket. The CRIC10 League is also dedicated to developing cricket talent in Mauritius, and it will demonstrate how Mauritius is a perfect destination for cricket, the Mauritius Cricket Federation President Ali Parkar said.
The league is made up of six teams of Saint Pierre Quakers, Curepipe Crushers, Bambous Raptors, Goodlands Riders, Storms of Mahebourg, and Rose Hill Warrior, who were named after Mauritius’ famous locations.
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Mauritius CRIC10 League plays 10 over formats and has 78+ International Cricketers Sri Lanka, Canada, South Africa, West Indies, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and UAE.
In sponsorship of the Government of Mauritius, the league will take place under the age of the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Mauritius Cricket Federation.
The Mauritius CRIC10 League will be held on 11 November to 20 November 2020 at Anjalay Stadium.