We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews local souvenirs port louis bargaining skills for sale souvenir shopping stalls sell worth a visit stall owners chinese goods des epices bargains galore prices are negotiable on display compare prices buy something shopping experience nice place to visit
We went on a visit looking for some holiday presents three childrens T-shirts There is a good selection of different shops but every time you pass each shop the staff are trying to invite you in which was annoying I would have gone in to...More
Only visit if you want to experience a Mauritian Bazaar. However, it is as you would expect. It's a bit touristy and the vendors can be a bit intrusive but this is what you would expect in any tourist bazaar/market anywhere in the world? A...More
This bazaar is good however it can get a bit overwhelming because sellers keep trying to sell you all sort of stuff. Many items are considerably overpriced, however we were pleasantly impressed by a specific stall: Le secret des epices stall no.71. Dyllan was very...More
My wife and I visited this bazaar and the central market in Port Louis on our trip. If you really have to do one I'd say go for Port Louis but honestly the stock is the same and the experience broadly similar.
The market is...More
A street of shops mainly clothing and over priced souvenirs . The beach and boats are more of the highlight . Little restaurants and bars are open along the stretch . Small shopping Centre off the stretch if you feel popping into the local super...More
The bazar in Grand Baie is reasonable. On one hand nice to see, on the other hand not really the place to be. Sellers have become a bit of a pain behaviour wise, probably partly caused by tourism. Annoying that they over average try to...More
Response from BryanHags | Reviewed this property |
most stalls are open by 10, but you can get some early morning specials if you get there a little earlier. prepare to bargain, start at a third. it is a lot cheaper than port Louis and a better buying experience, but of you... More
most stalls are open by 10, but you can get some early morning specials if you get there a little earlier. prepare to bargain, start at a third. it is a lot cheaper than port Louis and a better buying experience, but of you can you should visit the main market including the meat market in port Louis it is a real eye opener.