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TROU DEAU DOUCE BEACH

ABOUT

Trou d'Eau Douce has a fine sandy coastline of about 5 km in length, with small, beautiful bays that are just waiting to be discovered by you. Although the beaches in the immediate vicinity of the town centre are ideal for a short cooling off and to experience beautiful sunsets, they usually have only a narrow sandy area and few tourist starting points.

About 3 km north of Trou d'Eau Douce you will come across the tree-lined Veranda Palmar Beach, creating a perfect dream beach panorama.


 

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RESTAURANT

LE TABLE DU CHATEAU

I have had the privilege of eating in a number of Michelin star restaurants over the years and I’m always looking for quality in the food served to me in restaurants. For me, La Table du Château is one, if not the best place to eat on the island. It’s the closest to fine dining I have come across in Mauritius and ticks all the boxes as far as a great experience is concerned.

Firstly the setting. Located on the grounds of the La Table du Château, its open outlook across the Château itself in an evening is beautiful.

The extensive menu has been expertly crafted by the Chef de Cuisine and Owner, Fabio de Poli. The cuisine itself is a marriage of refined local influences along with international flavours.

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LOCAL ATTRACTION

GRAND BASSIN

"One of the most sacred places for Hindu’s is considered to be Grand Bassin or Ganga Talao.

The Grand Bassin lake is considered to be sacred in the Hindu faith. According to popular belief, the water in the lake is said to have originated from the Indian river of Ganga. Moreover, adjacent to the lake stands erected a 33 meter tall statue of Lord Shiva.

Grand Bassin is one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus from across the world. In fact, it is the largest Hindu pilgrimage site that lies outside India.

The Maha Shivratri pilgrimage takes place every year between February and March. The pilgrimage takes place over 3 days and 3 nights. The pilgrims walk to the lake carrying mobile altars on their backs, which represent different deities. Once at the edge of the waters, the pilgrims perform their own private ceremony to the deities with incense, flowers and other offerings."

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