- Rhumerie de Chamarel
- DODO QUEST
- The National History Museum
- The Curious Corner Chamarel
- Mauritius Aquarium
- Musée de la Photographie
- Blue Penny Musuem
- Le Bois Chéri
- Le Domaine des Aubineaux
Things to do in Mauritius when it rainsMauritius · 9 Items · Kaviraja Rangasamy
Handpicked by a Mauritius Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Things to do in Mauritius when it rains'.
When you are on a tropical island, you would of course expect beautiful sunny days almost every day enjoying outdoor activities; lazy day at the beach, cruises, lunch and drinks at beach bars, strolls on the streets and many more.
So what to do if it rains in Mauritius?
Don’t stress as it’s not good neither for your health nor for your skin. Here’s a nice list of things to do when it rains specially designed for you. You will be amazed by the array of indoor activities which exist on the island besides the classic ‘going out for a film, shopping, spa day or bowling’ (though the simplest things sometimes prove to be the most enjoyable ones), you have a number of museums at the four corners of the island which are really interesting in discovering the rich history of Mauritius, factories (sugar, tea, biscuit), some are still operating, others have stopped their operations and became museum, but both types provide you with guided tours, aquarium, other more crazy and unique activities like the Curious Corner at Chamarel or Dodo Quest.
As the saying goes, better anticipate than adapt. So no worries you already have this list handy in case of rainy days.
Situated in the south west of Mauritius, take a guided tour around the rum factory to learn the process of distillation. Discover the delicious varieties of rum here....More info
Dodo Quest is a unique game quest concept existing on the island. Imagine, you are in a locked room and you need to find a way to escape in 59 minutes. Seems like a video game or horror story movie? But no, at Dodo Quest it’s totally real! There are 5 games available. Each of the 5 games takes place in a separate room, with different themes and/or levels of difficulty. Here’s a glimpse of the...More info
The National History Museum provides information about Mauritius history & colonisation by the Dutch, the French and finally by the British. The Museum is in a 17th century French house, which in itself is a national monument. Note that the museum is closed due to major renovation...More info
The definition of the word ‘Curious’ in the English Oxford dictionaries is ‘eager to know or learn something’. Therefore curiosity is definitely one of mankind’s distinctive characteristics. It is partly through their curiosity that human beings have been able to create and shape the environment that we now live in. The whole concept of the Curious Corner of Chamarel is on arousing your ...More info
This awesome aquarium hosts many exotic fish and other amazing aquatic wildlife within an internally built ecological system. A relaxing, yet educational, place to enjoy with your kids. Families looking for things to do in Mauritius with kids will be pleased when they visit the Mauritius Aquarium that is loaded with interesting marine life from around the world and the island. Located along ...More info
The Blue Penny Musuem at Caudan Waterfront displays a valued collection about the history and culture of Mauritius. It also has souvenir gifts available for purchase....More info
The restaurant is located amidst a working tea estate and tea factory of the island. It offers a charming hill top setting with breathtaking views of the south coast. The location is superb: mountains on one side, the sea on the other, a lake (where you can have pedalos) next to you with swans and ducks. You will approach the restaurant via a beautiful forest track. The restaurant has a...More info
Discover the rich history of this huge estate as you are guided via the 'tea route'. View its old building where inside you will find old fashion classic furniture....More info