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The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanic Garden (SSRBG) covers an area of about 37.5 hectares constituting of various attractions in terms of flora and fauna of both terrestrial and aquatic origins. The origin of the SSRBG dates back to the French...more
All reviews giant tortoises water lilies trees and plants guided tour lily pond fruit bats lilly pads few hours lotus flowers worth a visit golf cart insect repellent rupees per person local guide couple of hours entrance fee nice walk
"it is a nice habbit that you give me 200 rupies for me keeping your car safe". That old man is a fraud and do not give him nothing & inform the front desk about you being harrased in free parking spot.
Also when coming...More
These gardens have so much potential to be totally beautiful but after spending a good two hours walking around exploring, I got an overall sense of disappointment. As though the gardens had been left to their own devices. It seemed as thought nobody had bothered...More
Park cost 400 Mauritius dollars they do not take any other currency but will take credit cards. Tortoise in a large enclosure appeared to be well looked after. They had shade and water. There were large ones and some baby ones. The Giant Water lilies...More
Honestly I really enjoyed this park. It was calm, peaceful and beautiful! Especially compared to the chaos that is Port Louis and driving on the highway! Lolol. Was it the best park ever, no. I am very glad I went, but I wouldn’t go back....More
It is not difficult to reach, even by public transport. It is full of local plan species and not only. You can enjoy beautifl nature and rest a bit from the sun. Do not forget to bring a good camera with you. You will be...More
A place not to be missed when visiting Mauritius. Our guide was Rajah, he is jolly, funny and experienced. Rajah is well informed about the botanical garden and goes beyond expectation by giving hints on natural plants health benefits! It was a time well spent....More
Truly enjoyed our trip here , the magnificent trees , the animals , just sorry they did not make the final effort , collecting bags of rubbish and clearing up fallen Palm leaves etc . There is an old house you can visit which could...More
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go with the hotel. or do it online with international rental company. we stayed at So Sofitel and they subscribed to Eurocars. £40 per day..2 days is sufficient to seen sights. Depending on where u stay there might... More
go with the hotel. or do it online with international rental company. we stayed at So Sofitel and they subscribed to Eurocars. £40 per day..2 days is sufficient to seen sights. Depending on where u stay there might not be any local vendors around.. ie Maritius is very rural in some areas ...hotel, sugar plantations, nothing...
Hi Kapiln, I'd recommend you get a guide (there's an older gut who has worked there for 30 years and charges 50 rupees per person) -he walks you around, giving you history and telling you about the medicinal uses of the... More
Hi Kapiln, I'd recommend you get a guide (there's an older gut who has worked there for 30 years and charges 50 rupees per person) -he walks you around, giving you history and telling you about the medicinal uses of the trees and plants in the park.
You can walk around on your own if you want but I found the man to have so much knowledge.