Book the Mauritius five islands speedboat tour and enjoy the beautiful beaches of Mauritius and enjoy your relaxing time on the islands.
Mauritius already looks like you're in paradise, this trip just adds to the luxury. Aboard a swish catamaran, you'll discover the island's blue lagoons, thick jungle and powder-white beaches. Along the way, you'll enjoy lunch on board and have plenty of time to swim, snorkel or top up your tan.Casting off from port, you'll set sail down the east coast of Mauritius. This patch of Indian Ocean once played host to historic naval battles between 18th Century France and England. Nowadays, it's a treasure-trove of Insta-worthy snaps. Grab your camera as you cruise past backdrops of mountains, lagoons and hidden coves.Then, you'll tuck into a barbecue lunch before heading to Ile-aux Cerfs – translated in English as Deer Island. The deer disappeared some hundred years ago but you'll still find some of the best and most secluded beaches in Mauritius where you've free time to swim, snorkel or just spread out your towel and relax on the sand.
From the comfort of a luxurious catamaran, you'll glide along the vast blue lagoon on the west coast of Mauritius to Île aux Bénitiers. Sail past thick jungle and white beaches and the dolphin-rich Tamarin Bay while you relax on the nets. And there's also snorkelling and a barbecue lunch on deck to enjoy.Leaving Le Morne Anglers' behind you, the Aquarelle will sail into the open seas with blue skies above you and shades of aquamarine and green shimmering from the water. In the horizon, you'll see Le Morne Brabant, a bulky peak that was once a refuge for runaway slaves. It's now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the national symbols of Mauritius.Your captain will drop anchor, giving you the chance to dip your toes in the ocean. Snorkel off strangely shaped rocks and off Île aux Bénitiers, where tropical waters kiss coconut tree-fringed beaches. Then, it's back onto the catamaran for a barbecue lunch on board before returning to port.
Book your ticket for this guided tour to the Tamarind falls in Mauritius! Enjoy beautiful surroundings and unspoiled nature on a half-day or full-day hike
Casela nature parks entrance ticket where you can interact with wildlife.
Join this tour to design your perfect day in Mauritius, perfect for anyone coming with friends and family without having to stick to a tour agency's itinerary.
Wild beauty abounds in Mauritius. But the island's colourful south is absolutely bursting with it. This tour takes you to a roll call of must-sees. Trou aux Cerfs volcano, a sacred lake, the seven-coloured earth of Chamarel and much more await. Sandya, one of our local guides, says, ‘The south is how I imagine my island was 400 years ago. I try to imagine how our animals lived, such as the giant tortoises and extinct dodo, and the now-protected luxuriant forests.'The fun kicks off at Trou aux Cerfs, a dormant volcano with a 90-metre-deep pine-studded crater. Next, we'll visit Voiliers de l'Océan, where artisans handcraft teak models of 18th century galleons. Laurna, another of our local guides, says, ‘It takes about 300 hours to complete a small boat of 70cm, while for larger boats about 1 to 3 months, depending on the size.' At the Takamaka winery, sample lychee wines and find out how discarded skins are used. This visit supports the employment of locals in a traditional business.Then, at Grand Bassin, a lake sacred to Hindus, you'll visit a temple and maybe offer prayers. A drive through Black River Gorges National Park takes you to Le Chamarel Restaurant for a lunch made from locally sourced ingredients. Highlights in the park include the 100-metre drop Charamel waterfalls and the seven-coloured earth of Chamarel. These barren volcanic dunes are surrounded by greenery. And you'll also meet Steeve, a larger-than-life coconut-carving local.
Book this canyoneering experience in Mauritius, discover the 7 Cascades waterfalls and swim in the refreshing ponds and rivers.
Book this experience that includes Mauritius dolphin watching, crater and temple tour where you can learn about the history and culture of the island and snorkel.
Book this experience that includes Mauritius South Island private full-day tour where you can discover the most famous pilgrimage sites in Mauritius!
Mauritius may be small, but she has so much to offer. This tour packs in the Pamplemousse Botanical Garden, St François d'Assise Church, the citadel, a panoramic tour of Port Louis and free time to shop at the Caudan Waterfront.The morning begins rolling through the island's green interior to admire St François d'Assise Church, dating from the French colonial period in the mid-18th century. Then cross the street to Pamplemousse Garden, the oldest botanical gardens in the Southern Hemisphere. Here, you can observe more than 500 rare plant species sprouting among the shady palm avenues and lily ponds.Next, it's on to one of the island's best panoramic viewpoints at 'La Citadelle'. Here, your guide will point out the Champs de Mars racecourse and Port Louis skyline before heading into town to see its top sights, including the Cathedral, Supreme Court and Government House. There's a pit stop in Chinatown before hitting the old craft bazaar or the modern boutiques down by Caudan Waterfront.
The north of Mauritius is awash with history, culture and nature – this trip dips into all three. Visiting Cap Malheureux village and Pamplemousse Gardens, you'll stop for lunch and a rum tasting experience before free time to shop in the Port Louis city craft market.
Book the Walking under the sea in Mauritius activity and enjoy the walk on the ocean floor.
La Vanille nature park and Gris Gris beach tour where you can see various animals and amazing nature.
Book the Hiking Le Morne Mountain tour and adventure on the magnificent mountain enjoying an outstanding view from the top.
Book your ticket for a half-day or full-day hike to Black River Gorges National Park in Mauritius! Enjoy nature and wildlife as far as the eye can see
Popular for its beautiful surroundings and unspoiled nature, the Tamarind falls (also known as 7 Cascades) is an astonishing albeit hard-to-reach area. Located over the west coast and over the Le Morne Mountain, the waterfall provides breathtaking views.
Book this Ile des Deux Cocos beach day with free lunch, snorkeling, and a visit to Blue Bay Marine National Park.
Enjoy the mangroves of Île D'Ambre where you can sea kayak, relax, soak, snorkel, or take a short walk at the beach.