The Citadel Fort is situated around 100 meters high on the slope of Petite Montague, and has turned out to be one of Mauritius chronicled attractions. The Fort, which is additionally knowned as the Adelaide Fort named after the spouse of William II, when the British held land in Port Louis, offers dazzling perspectives of the whole city of Port Louis too at the harbor.
The Fort was developed in the mid nineteenth century by Colonel Cunningham as an endeavor to shield the British Army from the foe. Its developed in a Moorish style, finish with horse shoe curves. The stronghold has been built utilizing substantial rectangular squares.
The Fort has now been changed over into a National Monument and is encompassed by the Caudan Water Front and the tremendous Indian Ocean. Right up 'til the present time, Citadel Fort has stayed as one of the Island's must-see visitor goal because of its amazing perspectives and beautiful history. The Fort is open day by day from 8 am to 8 pm and extra charge is estimated at Rs.50.