Rivière du Rempart is a district of Mauritius, located in the North-East of the island, having an area of 147.6 km².
Articles in Mauritius ( 80 )
80 Articles of interest in Mauritius
Grand Port is a district of Mauritius, situated in the east of the island. The name means large port in French.
Souillac is a village close to the southernmost point of the main island of Mauritius. It is the capital of Savanne district.
Nazareth Bank is a large submerged bank in the Indian Ocean. It lies about 1040 km east of northern Madagascar and 280 km south of Saya de Malha Bank. The closest land is Cargados Carajos shoals, a small and remote dependency of Mauritius located 14…
Moka is a district of Mauritius, situated in the central plateau of the island.
Savanne is a district of Mauritius, situated in the south of the island.
Pieter Both is the second highest mountain of Mauritius, at 820 metres tall. The mountain is shorter that Piton de la Petite Rivière Noire by eight meters. It is named after Pieter Both, the first Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies. It is loc…
Grand-Baie is a coastal village in Mauritius located in Rivière du Rempart District, the western part also lies in the Pamplemousses District. The village is administered by the Grand-Baie Village Council under the aegis of the Rivière du Rempart Di…
Bambous is a village in Mauritius located in the Rivière Noire District. The village is administered by the Bambous Village Council under the aegis of the Rivière Noire District Council.
Vingt Cinq (French for Twenty five) is the capital of the Agaléga Islands, two islands in the Indian Ocean, governed by Mauritius. It is located on the North Island, near a small airfield.
Round Island is an uninhabited islet 22.5 kilometres north of Mauritius. It has an area of 1.69 square kilometres and a maximum elevation of 280 metres.
The Blue Penny Museum is a stamp museum at Caudan Waterfront in Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius.
Triolet is a small town on the island of Mauritius. It is located in the District of Pamplemousses. It lies exactly 11 kilometres from Port Louis, the capital of the island. The village is a patch of civilisation amid green sugarcane fields, near th…
Tamarin is a village on the western coast of Mauritius.
The Jummah Masjid is a mosque in Port Louis, Mauritius dating from the 1850s, with substantial additions built through the 1890s.
New George V Stadium is a football stadium in Curepipe, Mauritius.
Stade Anjalay is a multi-use stadium in Belle Vue Maurel, Pamplemousses District, Mauritius. At present, it is used mostly for football matches. The parking area of the stadium is used for car racing and motorcycle racing.
Île Plate, also known as Flat Island, is a small island off the north coast of Mauritius. It is located 11 kilometres north of Cap Malheureux, the mainland's northernmost point. The small nature reserve of Coin de Mire lies between the two islands.
Mapou is a village in northern Mauritius, located in Rivière du Rempart District. The village is administered by the Mapou Village Council under the aegis of the Rivière du Rempart District Council. According to the census made by Statistics Mauriti…
Corps de Garde (translation: guardhouse) is a 720 metre-high mountain of volcanic origin, in the area of the Moka Range between the Mont du Rempart (545 m) and the Le Pouce Mountain (812 m) in the Plaines Wilhems district of Mauritius.
Centre de Flacq is a village in Mauritius located in Flacq District. The village is administered by the Centre de Flacq Village Council under the aegis of the Flacq District Council.
Île aux Cocos ("Cocos Island") is a small island lying west of Rodrigues in the Indian Ocean.
Cat Island (French: Île aux Chats) is a small island lying south of Rodrigues in the Indian Ocean.
Cap Malheureux is a village in Mauritius located in Rivière du Rempart District. The village is administered by the Cap Malheureux Village Council under the aegis of the Rivière du Rempart District Council.
Île de la Passe is a rocky islet in the bay off Grand Port on the island of Mauritius. Between 20 – 25 August 1810, during the British campaign to capture the island (then called Isle de France) from the French, it was the scene of the Battle of Gra…
Fond du Sac is a village in Mauritius located in Pamplemousses District. The village is administered by the Fond du Sac Village Council under the aegis of the Pamplemousses District Council.
The Collège du Saint Esprit is a secondary school in Mauritius.
Mare aux Vacoas is the largest reservoir in Mauritius.
La Preneuse is a public beach in western coast of the island Mauritius in the district of Rivière Noire located in the village of Black River. It was named after a French ship Preneuse served as a commerce raider at Isle de France (as Mauritius was …
Stade Germain Comarmond is a multi-use stadium in Bambous, Rivière Noire District, Mauritius. It is currently used mostly for football and athletics matches. The stadium was built in 2001. The venue hosted the 2006 African Championships in Athletics.
Rose-Belle is a village of southeastern Mauritius.
Dr Regis Chaperon State Secondary School (commonly known as Dr Regis Chaperon SSS and DRC) is an all-boys' state owned school in Quatre Bornes, Belle Rose, Mauritius.
Stade Auguste Vollaire is a multi-use stadium in Centre de Flacq, Flacq District, Mauritius. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Faucon Flacq SC.
St. Pierre is a town in the district of Moka in Mauritius.
Rivière Tamarin is a river in southwest Mauritius. It is the outflow of the country's largest lake, Mare aux Vacoas. From there it flows west over the cascades known as the Tamarind Falls, reaching the Indian Ocean close to the city of Tamarin.