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Casela World of Adventures

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Royal Road, Cascavelle, Mauritius 90203
+230 401 6500
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Atop the sugarcane fields on the west coast of the island, with the Rempart Mountain in the backdrop, lies Casela World of Adventures one of the major attractions in Mauritius. Casela probably has its name origin from "la case la", meaning house in local langauge. It opened its doors in December 1979, as a bird sanctuary. Casela, part of Medine group, a major conglomerate in Mauritius, was a vision that took shape and concretised beyond the expectations of those who, for the love of nature, refused to have those beautiful trees cut but had them integrated into the creation of a garden at that time. Spreading over a surface of 250 hectares, Casela World of Adventures has successfully established itself as the leading attraction of the island for both locals and tourists. The park with its rich fauna and flora is home to 1500 birds, giant tortoises, Bengal tigers, cheetahs, white lions, lynxes, servals, hyenas, dromedary camels, pygmy hippos, white rhinos, giraffe and many more species. A plethora of activities are proposed to visitors ranging from an African Safari to heart throbbing activities to unique encounters with big cats. It is also a unique place with the island's only dry toboggans and longest zip lines. The West part of the island is known to be the only place in the world where visitors can swim with dolphins in the morning and walk with the lions in the afternoon! The various amenities and activities recently introduced at the park are testimony of the innovative spirit driving the team. The Discovery Centre, a magnificent building at the entrance of park sets visitors in the mood as soon as they step out of their vehicle. The peculiar roofing at the entrance, along with imposing statues of animals, is a must-take photo spot! Massive pillars replicating giant baobabs and creepers on the ceiling add an adventurous touch to this building with the theming signed by the illustrious company which was hired for the world famous Games of Throne series. Fitted with the very first 4D cinema on the island, two movies are on display. A made-to-scale replica of the map of Mauritius in 3D of is also centrally placed so visitors can situate themselves. Several interactive buttons enable visitors to discover the island's leading landmarks in a fun way. New activitiesAt the giraffe platform, Casela proposes a unique opportunity of feeding the tallest mammals on earth. Visitors also have the chance to feed the colourful lorikeets with fruit nectar. These arboreal parrots characterized by their specialized brush-tipped tongues would feed from your hands and perch on your head. The African safari and its animals can be discovered by safari bus, quad or Segway. Recently visitors can discover the rugged terrains either on horseback or go the extra mile with our exclusive camel ride! Another innovation at the park is the memorable rhino interaction in their natural surroundings. As from December, Casela will also propose mud karting for the most adventurous ones. FiguresThe first development phase of Casela warranted a $10M investment, testimony of the scale of the development envisioned. Part of the Medine Master Plan development, Casela has got further developments in store. The 250 staffed-team is still growing and the park receives around 400,000 visitors yearly including locals and tourists. Seven days a week except for Christmas Day and New Year's Day
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“zip lining” (117 reviews)
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Royal Road, Cascavelle, Mauritius 90203
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I had been told that you could walk with lions in Mauritius by a friend but didn't quite believe it but that was exactly what we did. Casela world was a beautiful place but obviously walking with and stroking 2 fully grown lions was the...More

Thank Clarehodges
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is the safari world but not like safari world in thailand, in thailand its in more advance version. The safari is having lions, cheetahs, hynas, zebras, etc. even they offer walk with lion. The safari world having facilities of free rides and paid quad...More

Thank Pärth B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The big cats and wild animals are living in extremely small camps with hardly any shade and are extremely underfed. There are 6 lionesses in a camp so small it is horrifying. The male lion is so underweight. The alpacas should be shorn, they are...More

Thank June v
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Park is great and full of attractions but to go from one place to another or to start the attraction it takes a lot of time killing the fun and limiting the number of things you can do. The must do stuff are the zip...More

Thank Tarek K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lets start by saying this is a zoo, sitting in a van being driven around an enclosure is not a safari. They have quite a few animals to look at and they all looked healthy to me. We didn't do the safari or the lion...More

Thank johnb73
Reviewed 1 week ago

This my first safari experience, and it only got me to want even more a whole safari experience. The place is very well organized for seeing some wild nature, offers a giraffe feeding experience (which I enjoyed as a child on Christmas day), a drive...More

Thank Andreea C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A fun day trip. You will see animals and birds. Some are "screened in" while other exhibits also a walk through or drive through experience.

Thank Bill S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I encouraged my parents and friend to visit casela with me as part of pur holiday as I had been twice before and loved it. We booked a package deal; however, got stuck in traffic so called ahead to say we were running late for...More

1  Thank Lauren2108
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We spent an amazing day in Casela, we did the safari tour and the wonderful Walking with Lions, it was WOW!!!!! Never expected it to be so overwhelming, to get up close and personal with these magnificent animals is an absolute privilege. The handlers were...More

1  Thank moby2101
Reviewed 1 week ago

Casela is a MUST VISIT when in Mauritius. Plan ahead as you need an entire day here. Once you get in, there is plenty to do - some things can be skipped but the must dos - Big Cats Safari - Interaction and Drive Thru....More

Thank Vichita K
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13 November 2017|
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Response from SoumyadiptaSarkar | Reviewed this property |
One more thing is "walk with lion" and "lion interaction" are two different things. "Walk with lion" is almost 45 mins to 1 hour. Interaction with lion is approximately 15 mins. Go for "walk with lion" which is much more... More
4 November 2017|
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Response from yogesh p | Reviewed this property |
To be on the safe side, I suggest you drop Casela Park an email. You can purchase your ticket when you arrive in Mauritius. We purchased our tickets from a tour operator in Mauritius who gave us some good tips e.g. when to... More
25 October 2017|
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Response from Mark G | Reviewed this property |
We purchased our tickets through our tour operator who was at our resort it was 9100 rupees with our taxi from Belle Mare, would have to say the entrance is a bit of a shambles and lack of direction once you are inside the... More