Day Trip Ile aux Cerfs Island
Ile aux Cerfs, an island of tropical vegetation and exquisite white, sandy beaches, experience sailing away from mainland Mauritius to this breathtakingly beautiful island. Before your leisurely cruise back, best to enjoy a delicious lunch on board a catamaran and take a stroll on the island with time for water activities like swimming and snorkeling.
It is a pleasurable sailing experience as you are relaxing cruise through the protected lagoon off the east coast. To see the impressive waterfalls up close, board on a small ferry boat up the estuary of the Grande Rivière Sud-Est, the largest river in Mauritius.
Arriving at Ile aux Cerfs, where you will love a mouth-watering barbecue-style lunch with beverages in the luxurious surroundings of your catamaran. Then you’re free to while away the afternoon, simply kicking back and relaxing in this true paradise environment or swimming and snorkeling among the colorful marine life.
Dolphin-Watching Full-Day Cruise
As your crew takes care of the sailing, sense the gentle tropical breeze against your skin and lounge in the sun. Be sure to keep up with the elegant dolphins jumping in and out of the water as there’s a possibility you’ll laze for too long. Pay attention to your knowledgeable guide and be educated about the natural habitat of the spinner dolphin—recognized for spinning lengthwise and leaping from the water.
Catamaran drops anchor near the coral reefs by Albion around the further north. Indulge in this exotic natural aquarium by taking a revitalizing dip in the unclouded turquoise waters and snorkel among the sea life.
Lunch is served with barbecue as the highlight complimented with fresh salad and a cool drink. Subsequently, make time to relax, and immerse the rays as you head back to land.
Quad Biking at Frédérica Nature Reserve
As you speed across the challenging terrain on a quad bike uncover the hidden treasures of Frédérica National Park. The roaming stags in particular, absorb breathtaking views and tropical scenery as well as observe majestic wildlife.
Start with a safety briefing, then ride on and motor off into the heart of this natural wonder. Your expert guide directs you over the rugged landscape, helping you discover sites like the ruins of a traditional sugar factory as well as the vast plains where roaming stags rule. Pause at Cascade de l’Exemple, an enchanting waterfall, and dive into the pool beneath to cool off.
Remember to take stock of the biodiversity as you roam through the park. There’s abundance of exotic flora and fauna to engage with, for more than 70 species of plants alone. This tour offers a lovely chance to adventurously tour the scenic natural landscapes that the island has to offer.