Visit the incredible colonial house surrounded by lush green vegetation and a cascading river!
The beauty of Maison Eureka cannot be denied; the stylish decorations and wonderful surroundings make for an incredible sight to visit. It was built back in 1830 and used to be home of British and French aristocrats. With 109 doors and windows, this house is one of the biggest colonial houses in Mauritius. Explore the outstanding interior of the house, where you can find the traditional constructions, the shady veranda and photos of that period, after which you can continue your tour in the gardens. It is here where you can find mango trees, palms and waterfalls.
|Operating hours||09.00 – 17.00|
|Operating days||All days|
|Transportation||Offered as supplement|
|Remark||Opening hours on Sundays and Public Holidays: 09.00 – 15.00|
The property thanks its popularity not only to the beauty of the house but mainly also to the splendid setting. 4 small waterfalls are located around the house, with the river banks being natural habitats for water lilies. The waters itself form the perfect home to the scampi ‘Madame Céré’, named after the wife of the similarly named governor. The Eureka house hosts many endemic plants, such as the Bois Pipe, the Makak, Bois de Rivière, Liane à gratter and the Mapou. End your visit by strolling through the souvenir shop and opt for a delicious Mauritian lunch at The Old Kitchen.
What is included
- Visit to the Maison Eureka, the garden and the waterfalls are all included in the price.
You can also have lunch at the House.
Menu for lunch
Smoked marlin with salad
Dry beef curry
Served with Pumpkin fricassee, Peanuts rougaille, Coconut Chutney, Rice, Lentils, Pickles.
Vanilla ice cream with grilled coconut
Price: 35 EUR per adult and 25 EUR per child less than 12 years.