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Casela Nature Parks

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Casela Nature Parks

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Full-Day Tour of South West Mauritius
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Full-Day Tour of South West Mauritius

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Discover the magical volcanic rain forest landscapes of southwestern Mauritius on this guided door-to-door tour. Highlights include the dormant volcano Trou au Cerfs, the Black River Gorges National Park and Alexandra Falls, the Chamarel Waterfall, the Ganga Talao crater lake, Chamarel’s Seven Coloured Earth Geopark, and the Case Noyale viewpoint. Also enjoy lunch, a rum tasting at a distillery, and shopping stops at a jeweler and a model ship store.
$111.35 per adult
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JayRae1 wrote a review Feb 2021
Glasgow, United Kingdom1,568 contributions387 helpful votes
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I really can’t recommend this experience highly enough. It was a magical experience that I’ll never forget. However, as I came here alone from our resort, (my wife was terrified by the idea), I only spent a few hours at the park. I visited the park specifically to walk with the lions, but soon realised that there are many other things of interest that can be done here. I’d recommend visiting their website and planning your day in advance. For my own experience, walking with the lions was not only exhilarating, but was totally safe, as long as you followed the guidance given by the guides prior to setting off. We stopped regularly for photo opportunities and could use our own cameras. However, the guides are also taking photos and video at regular intervals and, as you’d expect, there is an opportunity to buy them all on a usb stick at the end. What surprised me most was that the cost of the usb stick was relatively cheap and, when I got it home, the content and the quality were excellent. Something I’ll cherish for the rest of my life. One point worth mentioning is the treatment of the lions. Many people seem to think they are drugged, to avoid attacks, but I don’t believe that for one minute. The lions are raised with lots of human contact, meaning they are accustomed to our presence. However, I did think that, to be ultra-safe, they had probably been fed prior to the walk. That may explain why some people think they are lethargic and confuse that with being drugged. If you do the walking with lions experience, be sure to buy the usb stick at the end. It is worth every penny.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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M_BM wrote a review Feb 2021
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Many thanks to Mr. Zafir Atturkhan who arranged a very interesting, tailor-made package comprising of a 2-hour quad ride, lunch and tulawaka for a group of 10 people. From the beginning of our day to the end, he ensured that we had the best experience. He dealt with us with much patience while we were liaising with him to arrange our day trip.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Geraldine wrote a review Jan 2021
Praia Grande, SP2 contributions
Very upsetting!! They have a phone number on their website, been calling for one an half hour but no response. Really???
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Chheda wrote a review Jan 2021
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It was an amazing experience.The way you guys have maintained the animals i am very happy with that.i almost did all the interaction and felt safe. Feeding rhino ,walk with lion, interaction with lion and interaction with cheetah was just amazing. One small request i had visited on 10th feb or 15th feb 2019 ,i missed the weshare link from your side so is there any way can get the pic and vides of all interaction and video of walk with lions. Plz do share the with me the link on rajchheda777@gmail.com
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Danny wrote a review Jan 2021
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Very expensive as the activities are not included in the entry ticket. Waited almost one hour to buy our entry tickets. At the counter we were informed that several activities were included, but once inside, need to buy tokens to spend on different attractions. Need to wait a long time also at the Tulawaka. Simply money-making, should change name to Cash-ela. Those who obtain free entry tickets is mostly to fool Mauritians.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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