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Very nice location close to the sea and from a distance the ehite temple looks nice but when you get closer it is rather detoriated. Nice stop over if you are passing it on route but not worthwhile when you have to come from far.
A wonderful place as are all Hindu temples and a good place to slow down. The temple welcomes visitors but you should bring an offering and/or make a donation. We wore long trousers and not shorts as a mark of respect. You will be expected...More
Thanks to one of the blogs written by a non Hindu and other TripAdvisor reviews, we decided to visit this place.
What a good decision we made to visit this place as it was in a breathtaking location surrounded by water and being a Hindu,...More
This is not very touristic spot. When we arrived there was nobody. It it modest Hindu Temple so very different from other temples which are built by Tamil Hindu. Location is very beautiful, place is very peaceful - try to find it!!
This temple houses one of the divine Jyotirlinga. A huge lake with beautifull surrounding is present in front of the Temple. Huge statues of Lord Shiva and Devi is present here.
The place is quite windy and serene.
When travelling back to our hotel from Flacq Market, our driver suggested visiting the temple.
Thanks to a recently made causeway from the mainland the Holy Temple glistens in the morning sunshine straight ahead and seems to float on the waters edge. Local worshippers can...More
Thursday 28th September as part of our Colourful South Tour we visited Ganga Talao (Grand Bassin) - reviewed separately. This Temple is situated at the edge of the Lake.
We were permitted to enter the Temple, once we removed our shoes. There were a number...More