Sadly, it was raining on the day we went. But even with the view we had, it was pretty amazing; it's a great view of the Port and the capital city. But the crater itself? Meh.
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We did the South West Tour with Vick Tour Belle Mare. The Trou aux Cerfs was included in our itinerary. The weather wasn't good but we could take some photos.
Interesting experience to visit a dormant volcano. It's atop a hill and lots of superb views all around. Can see small hills in the distance with the beaches and ocean right next to them. Makes for great pictures. Not much to do though, apart from...More
Well, what do you think if you have to talk about a crater? Big, Massive and lots to know!! Nothing great about the crater. You only get to see a glimpse of it!! Cannot reach to the bottom!! But you definitely will enjoy the views...More
A place to relax, jogging, stroll. You will get a magnificent view of Curepipe, north west and western part of the Island with a perfect blend of mountains, buildings, nature...
I live on one of the slopes of this extinct volcano, which is probably the most popular tourist stop on the island. The road around the crater offers a panoramic view of the south west, and for those more energetic, there is a path down...More
It is a volcanic crater that is supposedly alive....what i liked about the place is its very scenic....you can spend about half an hour but need to go all the way to South of island to see it. Hence this can be done if you...More
The dormant volcano is seen as a silent killer that could wake up anytime by the Mauritian people. A lake right in the middle of the crater is a stunning sight and must see place. They say that whole of Mauritius was formed by the...More
Great walk around an extinct volcano took about 45 mins, great view, free attraction with easy parking