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Casela Bird Park

Listed under Birdwatching in Mauritius.

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There are more than 140 different species of birds in this park, but the most famous must be the lovely long necked Pink Pigeons. They're rare, and I've never seen one before, but really delightful.

Written by  Lindylou.

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It really is!!

They also made a cool video about it: www.youtube.com/user/casela01#p/a/u/1/02xwd_Ig_Iw

Really worth a visit!

So much more than just birds!

The park is known for it's birds, but I was amazed by the large variety of activities they offer for the whole family!

There are ziplines and quads, you can walk with lions(!) and go on a safari tour on a Segway....

Definitely worth a visit and a nice alternative to just another day at the beach! Check www.caselayemen.mu

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Segway safari sounds very cool!

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