Casela World of Adventures is the most visited attraction in Mauritius and the Indian Ocean, and has been welcoming locals and tourists of all ages since 1979.
We believe that Casela is a must-see attraction when in Mauritius because so many unique activities can be experienced under one 'roof' This 250-hectares park is divided into various kingdoms namely the Mountain Kingdom, the Big Cats Kingdom, the Middle Kingdom and the Safari Kingdom. So, a myriad of activities to choose from! Different types of interactions with animals are also possible- you can pat a lion, feed a giant tortoise, caress the coarse skin of a rhino or let the lorikeets perch on you.
Interaction with lions and the feeding of zebras and ostrich is perhaps the highlight of the park. Best to visit early in the day since the roller coaster closes by 4 pm and time usually is short for the entire park.
As a nature lover, the things that strike many visitors are the giant Aldabra tortoises which can live beyond 150 years, the majestic centenary tree- The Bois Noir- at the giraffe platform and several endemic species such as the Mauritian Kestrel, the fruit bats and the Creole cattle at the Petting Farm.
If you like to discover Casela Park in a calm way just take the Segway. It is easy to learn and you do not need special skills. Before you start the guide will tell you how to use the Segway and you get a helmet. There is no age limit, the youngest participant were 6 years and the oldest 98 years.
Casela’s latest attraction, Tulawaka Gold Coaster, included in the entrance ticket! The alpine coaster is both suitable for adults and kids. Riders can go solo as from 12 years old (minimum height 1m40) or in tandem. Those under 4 years old should be accompanied by an adult. This activity is included in the entrance ticket for residents and non-residents. Tulawaka Gold Coaster has been certificated to European norms.
More than an adventure park but a member of the Pan-African Association of Zoos and Aquaria (PAAZA), Casela World of Adventures enjoys manifold privileged exchanges with parks and zoos across the world. They are more than ever involved in the conservation and protection of endangered species. Since February 2015, the Park has also found a new patron in Her Royal Highness Princess Stephanie of Monaco, who is known for her involvement in elephant protection in Asia.
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