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We have been to a few race tracks over the years but this has to be one of the best. Historical it is very interesting. What we liked was the setting the mountains on one side and Port Louis on the other. There is a...More
Definitely have to go on a Saturday but make sure it is not one of those "special" run or important race otherwise the place is really too packed.
It's fun to see the "behind the scenes" of the tracks because when watching on TV you...More
This was definitely an experience i won't forget. We emailed the race course before going to check we were ok to get in and from then on we were treated like royalty.
We were met at the gate and treated to VIP hospitality which included...More
If you enjoy horse racing or would like to experience it, then Le Champs Mars provides a lovely backdrop. You can book a box in the stand which will give a great view of the whole course and the finish line. Food and drink included...More
We had a look at the racecourse on a recent visit to Port Louis, Mauritius. There was no racing that day, so not much to see but I was still surprised that horseracing would be so popular in a remote island in the Indian Ocean.
A fantastic day out. An amazing racetrack in a perfect setting. The spectators are passionate about the racing and it was a wonderful atmosphere. There is a lovely shady area behind the stands where you can place your bets & get a cool beer &...More
As far as I am aware race days are every Saturday.If the weather is hot make sure you go in the VIP as there is virtually no shade in the middle of the course(plus you are really well looked after by Jacques and the team).