Champ de Mars Racecourse
Champ de Mars is the oldest horse racing track in the Southern Hemisphere in the country of Mauritius, and it is well-known for its choice of holding celebrations of independence for Mauritius in 1968 AD, in addition to being a popular destination for researchers and horse lovers, as it is characterized by the presence of A belt of volcanic mountains around it.
Black River Georges National Park
The Black River Gorges National Park (English: Black River Gorges) is a national park with an area of about 65.74 square kilometers, where this park was established in 1994 in order to protect the local forests in Mauritius, and this park is one of the most famous attractions in the city because of the views The amazing natural, in addition to the popular plants, and the rare species that can be seen.
Cassila Theme Park
Casela is located in the Black River Province, and extends to an area of about 250,000 square meters. It is also a habitat for birds, as it includes about 140 species of birds from different continents of the world. This city can be visited to learn about peculiar fish pools Orchids, as well as many turtles, monkeys, deer, and tigers are additional attractions for the area.
National History Museum
The National History Museum is one of the best museums in Mauritius, as it contains preliminary maps of the island and the Pacific region, in addition to many paintings dating back to colonial times, as well as archival pictures, and rare skeletons of a Dodo And other types of extinct animals.
Blue Penny Museum
The Blue Penny Museum is one of the best museums in Port Louis in Mauritius, giving visitors an overview of the city’s history, as well as the possibility to learn about the history of island exploration, its stability, and its colonial period.