Casela World of Adventures
Casela is a park of an area of 14 hectares with several century-old trees on a gentle slope facing the West coast of Mauritius.
Originally created as a bird park, (90 aviaries hosting 1500 birds of 150 species,) it now hosts other animals such as Mauritian Macaques, tigers, lemurs, ostriches, giant tortoises etc. Since its renovation, the concept has moved away from a zoo and emphasizes on open spaces and interaction between humans, animals and nature; namely at the petting farm.
Casela Restaurant offers Mauritian, European and Indian food as well as a special kids menu.
Having being annexed to the 4,500-hectares Yemen Park, Casela now offers several possibilities of encounters with wild animals and of enjoying wild nature in couple, with the whole family or as an active day shared with friends.
It is above all an excellent alternative to the beach.
Yemen is a domain found between the mountain of Tamarin and the Trois Mamelles. It is home to two of the longest rivers of the island: rivers “Rempart” and “Tamarin”.
The sugar activity of the domain Yemen stopped in 1880. The actual dimension of the domain is of 4500 hectares including the Casela park. The visitor may appreciate, during his visit, the stunning Java deers roaming freely the grassy savannah alongside wild boars, hares, monkeys, and mongoose. The famous Mauritian fruit bat can also be seen during the outings.
Indigenous and exotic plants beautify the domain such as Eucalyptus, Bois Noir, Baobabs, Tamarinds and Pink pepper trees.