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Not easy to find.Asked several people and they had no ideas.Finally arrived and it was very educational.The family learned about the history although you can access that on the internet.However if you want to know more you have to go to MGI institute,why not help...More
Until recently there was very little to see and not much to bring home to you the importance of Aapravasi Ghat. That changed when this well-conceived museum opened in converted warehouses after the location became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After Britain abolished slavery in...More
It is the place where the Indians first entered Mauritius to build the Port of Mauritius in 1735 and to work in the plantation (sugar) industry. Very informative for young kids and adults. The place is well kept.
A place to visit. The Indian sailors(lascar) were brought to Mauritius by the the Governor Mahé de Labourdonnais in 1735 to help in the huge task of building the harbour of Port-Louis. The basic maritime unfrastructure bears their footprints; those very stony steps at the...More
This is where Indian indentured servants stepped off the boat to work in the local plantations. It's been made into a full-on museum of the history of labor in the islands, well curated and very informative.
Hi,I had been at the Apravasi Ghaat on an educational tour with my kids during the last school holidays. This was my first visit to this place and I love it a lot. It was a guided tour which enhances our knowledge on our ancestors...More
A nice museum that clearly identifies the origins of the Indian population of Mauritius . The displays are nice but we found the place to be small and not very well advertised to be included in the Unesco World Heritage list !