A true island discovery experience where you will be visiting 4 islands in one day by speedboat Your journey will start with a visit of the Blue Bay marine park by glass bottom boat followed by a visit to Ile aux Aigrettes
You will then head to Ile aux Phare passing by a shipwreck on your way to Ile de la Passe & Ile aux Phares Your skipper will relate the history of the naval battle between the French and British at Vieux Grand Port, the exact spot where you will be visiting.
After this enriching experience you will then head to Ile aux Cerfs which boasts one of the finest sandy beaches of Mauritius
Sea lovers will simply enjoy this trip
Above pick up time is to be used as a guideline. Our representative is will contact you 24hrs before tour date to reconfirm the pick up time. Your transport will be waiting for you in front of the reception .
A summary of today's itinerary will be given to you and should you have any food allergies please inform our driver or guide
You are entitled to 1 bottle of 500ml mineral water during the trip
Located in the south-east of the island, Blue Bay was declared a national park in 1997 before being designated as a wetland site under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance in 2008.
Blue Bay is one of the best places to see the beautiful marine life and to go for snorkeling in Mauritius.
Feast your eyes on the 50 or so coral species and the wide variety of fish species in the park among which are the Surgeon fish, the butterfly fish and the Damesel fish
Ile aux Aigrettes is an islet off the south-east coast of Mauritius. It functions as a nature reserve and a scientific research station. It is also a popular visitors attraction - both for tourists and for Mauritians.
In 1965 the island was declared a nature reserve and our intense conservation efforts have resulted in the restoration of the forest and reintroduction of rare species that had long since disappeared from the island
Also known as Ile aux Fouquets, Ile Phare was amongst the first ones to be discovered in 1598 by the Dutch settlers Ile au Phare, situated within the bay of Mahébourg has fulfilled a strategic purpose during the naval battles at Grand Port.
Built in 1864, this lighthouse guided ships to the harbor of Mahébourg. Mahébourg was the original French settlement and remained an important port until the early 20th century, when the British moved all port operations to Port Louis on the opposite side of the island
Île de la Passe is a rocky islet in the bay off Grand Port on the island of Mauritius.
Between 20 and 25 August 1810, during the British campaign to capture the island from the French, it was the scene of the Battle of Grand Port.
Enjoy a barbecue lunch at Ilot aux Marguenies.
Drinks are included
The highlight of this tour will be your visit on Ile aux Cerfs.
Ile aux Cerfs is famous for its white sandy beaches, its turquoise lagoons and for the wide range of restaurants, water sports and land activities on offer.
A true relaxing place that is a must see during your visit in our paradise island
You will board the speedboat at around 1530 and return back to the jetty at 1600