Visit this sanctuary of rare Ebony trees, habitat for endangered birds like the Kestrel, Echo Parakeet, and Pink Pigeon with an Eco-Ranger, and plant an endemic sapling or sow seeds.
At “Kaz’alala”, nestled amidst a carved-stone historical cottage, enjoy a traditional-Mauritian cuisine, made of fresh local products.
The day continues to the World of Seashells, a museum whose objective is to sensitize people on the importance of seashells in the food chain and preservation of the marine eco-system.
The next stop is at a recycling plant to learn how used glass bottles are recycled for construction companies and local artisans, supporting the local economy.
Then meet with Francesca in her workshop, where bio-degradable palm plates are made. Some local restaurants have started to collaborate with her to promote sustainable products.