Covering an area of more than 250 hectares, Casela World of Adventures has successfully established itself as the island’s premier destination for tourists and locals alike. Casela is home to more than 1500 birds, giant turtles, Bengal tigers, cheetahs, white lions, lynxes, hyenas, camels, dwarf hippopotami, white rhinos, giraffes and many other species.
Sometimes unexpected animal species await you in an enchanting natural setting: endemic or exotic specimens of the island, such as the pink pigeon. A great diversity of animals to discover : lions, zebras, ostriches, giant turtles, macaques, cheetahs, 1500 birds, but also wild boars, deer, African antelopes… This natural park is a real reserve, which shelters an impressive fauna but also preserves an exceptional and abundant nature, including many plant species, some of which are endemic, such as the ebony.
In addition to the traditional walking tour of the park to discover the different birds and animals in the wild, the park offers many other activities for those who are looking for a little more originality. Namely that the entrance to the park is not free and includes a visit to the park. Each additional activity is then subject to a fee.
If you are a little more adventurous, and a fan of four wheels, consider visiting the estate by quad or buggy. Get closer to nature and enjoy the view of Mauritius. By taking this route specially designed for the discovery of the African reserve, you will get to know the zebras, ostriches and African moose that will welcome you with curiosity into their natural habitat.
Lovers of animals, get ready to meet the famous and majestic cats. Meet the king of the African jungle in complete safety. Share their lives with them, walk with them and admire them in their natural habitat. Walking with lions is a new activity added to the park’s already long list of activities. It is indeed a unique experience to meet them, touch them and walk by their side. Many tourists and Mauritians make the trip to experience this magical moment with the cats.