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The textile industry being among the most significant industry in the country, there are different local markets in Mauritius committed particularly to textile products. A number of of the shops & retail outlets trade things on in large quantities as well. In Mauritius there are quite a lot of shopping markets that provide facilities for low-priced shopping. The Central Bazar of Port-Louis is among the most crowded marketplaces in Mauritius. It’s the best place to sample local made products. The items on sale here are  low-priced and the market gets you close to Mauritius local life. It’s a renowned meeting place of locals & tourists.

Few of the items that you must purchase while on shopping here these are as follows: Port Louis Craft Bazar is the finest place in the country to put your hands on local products like camel bone necklaces. If you’re searching for cashmere along with woolen garments then Floreal Knitwear Museum shopping mall is the finest place for you. Grand Baie center and CORA shopping center are 2 other vital markets in Mauritius.

Nightlife of Mauritius

There are three major casinos on the island and a few hotels even have their own gaming room.

After a long day full of activities and yet far from being tired, you feel like partying until the early hours of the morning. The hotels’ nightclubs or the Mauritian nightclubs, principally located in Grand Bay.

Places to visit
Port Louis: The capital city and chief port of Mauritius, Port Louis was constructed in the year 1735 by the noted French governor, Mahe de Labourdonnais. This harbor is located between mountains which make it worth watching. Along the square there are ample numbers of French styled buildings, which enhances the charm of this tourist attraction in Mauritius.

Ile Anx Cerfs: The beach and lagoon of this area are relished by the tourists. Apart from sunbathing, the water sports, restaurants, souvenir stores attract crowd in large numbers.

Pamplemonsses Garden: In the year 1767 this spectacular garden was built by Pierre Poivre. 'Mon Plaisir', the chateau of Pierre Poivre is housed here and attracts people to a great extent. The indigenous species of plants, exhibited in this garden, dates back to several decades.


Belle Mare Beach:
There is a build up of condos and rentals around the area and close to the beach, but it didn’t bother us that much. Long strands of white, sandy beach with palm, brush, pine mix of trees.

Blue Bay Beach:
Crowded on weekends and holidays this beach of the locals has the best snorkeling and swimming. Protected by an offshore reef, the bay is indeed blue. Well maintained.

Cap Malheureux Beach:
The unhappy cape (literal translation) can’t be that bad in this part of the world. Crescent beach with some rocky areas perfect for exploring with a mask and fins. Bay always filled with boats.

Flic en Flac Beach:
This beach is well visited by locals and tourists alike. Known for long and wide strands of soft tan sand, Flic en Flac is near the capital city.

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