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Grand Bassin

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Tips from locals

November 29, 2018
Grand Bassin, an extinct volcano, now a lake high up in the mountains about 1800 feet above sea level is the most sacred Hindu place on the island of Mauritius. It is also a well-known place of interest. On the spot you will be able to visit a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The people of the island…
September 27, 2019
Prayer Place with awesome nature landscape and long drive
October 14, 2019
Ganga Talao (pronounced Gaan-gaa Taa-laa-o) is a place of worship for the hindus. It is far from any inhabited areas and a very peaceful/quiet location. It is worth a stop when visiting the south/south-west region of Mauritius. Entry is free, with lots of parking space. Ganga Talao is a hindi word…
October 17, 2018
Grand Bassin is on the ‘must see’ list of Mauritian attractions. This sacred lake also called Ganga Talao and represents the mighty Ganges river of India. You'll find it tucked away in the mountains of the South West surrounded by colourful Hindu temples and gods.  On the road leading up to the lake…
April 4, 2018
Indian temple and pilgrimage site. On the way to coloured earth and gorge
October 10, 2019
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