Travelling through the museum, visitors learn about the deeply intertwined history of sugar and Mauritius, how it has all led to the harmonious, smiling and multicultural society it is today.
There Mauritius’ history, which is strongly connected to the sugar cane, as well as the meaning of the sugar in the past and the present is displayed. The actual production of the sugar, how it is harvested and the different processes, of course are not missed out and will be explained in a descriptive way.
Another part of the exhibition give explanation to the journey of the sugar and the history of the worldwide trade. The visit includes a free tasting of more than 30 products at le Village Boutik including 12 unrefined brown sugars, rums of the New Grove House, jams and honey.
After the visit you can enjoy a delicious lunch in option against a price supplement. Experience a culinary adventure at 'Restaurant Le Fangourin' and enjoy the Mauritian flavours.
Set amidst the garden of Beau Plan, Le Fangourin presents an exceptional and rare setting: a centuries-old vegetation, a pool surrounded by a tropical luxuriant flora, a veranda overlooking the central plateau range of mountains…here the cuisine is inspired from unique flavors while maintaining a rich Mauritian culinary heritage. With a cuisine both refined and festive, that infuses new flavors while preserving the Mauritian culinary tradition.