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South South-West Tour
 

What makes this tour special

Scenic views over untouched landscapes

Iconic landmarks

Lunch with a view

Stops on this tour

Trou aux Cerfs Dormant Volcano

Mare aux Vacoas (brief stop)

Alexandra Falls

Black River Gorges Viewpoint

Varangue sur Morne (for lunch)

Chamarel Seven Coloured Earth Geopark

Itinerary

Pick-up anywhere in Mauritius at 09h00

Total tour duration is about 9 hours

Drop-off anywhere in Mauritius at about 18h00

Inclusions

Hotel pick-up and drop-off

All admission fees / entrance fees

Lunch

Guide services (English and French)

Exclusions

Drinks

Description

On this guided sight-seeing tour, you will visit the south and south-west parts of Mauritius in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle dedicated to your group. You will be picked up from your accommodation and we will head first to the iconic Trou aux Cerfs dormant volcano where you will be able to take a stroll around the crater and enjoy the views this place has to offer. En route to Alexandra Falls, we will do a brief stop by Mare aux Vacoas which is the largest reservoir in the island. At Alexandra Falls, you will be able to capture some fantastic views of the waterfall and get close to streams of water neighbouring the viewing area. Next on the itinerary is the Black River Gorges Viewpoint which offers some of the most scenic views the island has on offer. The untouched valleys, gorges, hills and mountains of this park with the sea in the background make for breath-taking and instagrammable photos. We will then break for lunch at Varangue sur Morne where you will be able take in the views some more while enjoying an exquisite lunch carefully selected by our team for an authentic culinary experience. The last stop will be the well-known Chamarel Seven Coloured Eath Geopark where you will witness a geological marvel - the naturally formed sand dunes made of seven colours which harmoniously merge into each other is a surreal sight. The geopark also boasts the presence of rare giant tortoises and a waterfall. Many of those places will offer you the opportunity to buy hand-crafted souvenirs to remind you of this wonderful trip. You will then enjoy a safe journey back to your accommodation.

Useful information

  • Carry along mosquito repellants and sun screen

  • Carry along cash to buy souvenirs and authentic food bites on offer at some of the stops

  • Carry along your camera

  • Guide speaks both English and French

Pricing

  • Infants 0-3 years can join for free

  • Discounts are offered for larger groups but only applies to the adult rate

  • Children 4-10 years have their own rate

  • For groups larger than 15 persons, please contact us for booking

 

Cancellation Policy

  • 8 days or more prior to check-in date: 25% of total booking cost

  • 4 days to 7 days prior to check-in date: 50% of total booking cost

  • 1 day to 3 days prior to check-in date: 75% of total booking cost

  • No show: No refund

 

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South South-East Tour
 

What makes this tour special

Both land and at sea adventure

Scenic views

Iconic landmarks

Authentic culinary experience

Witness Mauritian lifestyle

Itinerary

Pick-up anywhere in Mauritius at 09h00

Total tour duration is about 9 hours

Drop-off anywhere in Mauritius at about 18h00

Stops on this tour

Blue Bay Marine Park

Mahébourg Waterfront

Le Phare (for lunch)

Pont Naturel

Roche Qui Pleure

Gris Gris

Macondé View Point

Inclusions

Hotel pick-up and drop-off

All admission fees / entrance fees

Lunch

Selected street food at Mahébourg

Snorkelling gear

Guide services (English and French)

Exclusions

Drinks

Description

On this guided sight-seeing tour, you will visit the south and south-east parts of Mauritius in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle dedicated to your group. You will be picked up from your accommodation and we will head first to Blue Bay Marine Park which is one of the two marine reserves of the island. There, you will go on a glass-bottom boat adventure to witness the pristine, colourful and diverse undersea world of this marine reserve. At this point, if you dream of swimming with the fish or getting a closer look at the coral life, you will be provided with snorkelling gears so you can jump right in. If you are lucky, you might even spot the hawksbill or green sea turtle which often visit this area. And after the snorkelling has built up your appetite, we will head to the small town of Mahébourg to try out some of the street food. You will be able to take a stroll at the waterfront and enjoy the beautiful sea views. We will then break for lunch in one of the favourite local restaurants, namely Le Phare, which is at the waterfront itself. While enjoying  the exquisite lunch carefully selected by our team for an authentic culinary experience, you will witness everyday Mauritian lifestyle happening in the neighbouring buzzing streets. You will get to see the locals buying goods at the free market. commuting through public transport, enjoying street food or just chilling. Next on the agenda is Pont Naturel or "Natural Bridge" which is a marvel of nature . It was carved into the sea cliffs by ocean waves over time. Our guide will be more than happy to capture some photos of your group posing on this stunning bridge. The next two stops are Gris Gris and Roche Qui Pleure where breathtaking views of stunning rock formations and majestic cliffs will be on offer. The rough nature of the sea in this part of the island will provide you with a different perspective of our coastline. And to close up this beautiful day, we will stop at the Macondé View Point, where some of the most iconic views that often end up on travel magazines, can be enjoyed. You will then enjoy a safe journey back to your accommodation.

Useful information

  • Carry along mosquito repellants and sun screen

  • Carry along cash to buy souvenirs and authentic food bites on offer at some of the stops

  • Carry along your camera

  • Guide speaks both English and French

Pricing

  • Infants 0-3 years can join for free

  • Discounts are offered for larger groups but only applies to the adult rate

  • Children 4-10 years have their own rate

  • For groups larger than 15 persons, please contact us for booking

 

Cancellation Policy

  • 8 days or more prior to check-in date: 25% of total booking cost

  • 4 days to 7 days prior to check-in date: 50% of total booking cost

  • 1 day to 3 days prior to check-in date: 75% of total booking cost

  • No show: No refund

 


North North-West Tour
 

What makes this tour special

UNESCO World Heritage Site

Local street food tasting at biggest market on the island

Oldest and iconic botanical garden in Southern Hemisphere

Witness model boat building and displays

Authentic culinary experience

Witness Mauritian lifestyle

Picture-perfect coastal village

Stops on this tour

Caudan Waterfront

Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage Site

Port-Louis Central Market

SSR Botanical Garden

Goodlands (for lunch)

Cap Malheureux

Itinerary

Pick-up anywhere in Mauritius at 09h00

Total tour duration is about 9 hours

Drop-off anywhere in Mauritius at about 18h00

Inclusions

Hotel pick-up and drop-off

All admission fees / entrance fees

Lunch

Selected street food at Central Market

Guide services (English and French)

Exclusions

Drinks

Description

On this guided sight-seeing tour, you will visit the north and north-west parts of Mauritius in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle dedicated to your group. You will be picked up from your accommodation and we will head first to the capital city, Port-Louis. You will take a stroll through the well-known Caudan Waterfront to head to the Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage Site. On your way, you will see the diverse boats and ships docked at the harbour and experience the bustling nature of the capital city. This UNESCO site is the place where a lot of our asian and african ancestors first landed as indentured labourers. You will get to see some of the infrastructures where they were housed and fed on arrival. The stroll carries on from there to the iconic Central Market where we have the best of our local street food selected for you to enjoy. Next on the agenda is the largest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere namely the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden. After the bustle of the capital city, the serenity of this garden will be most welcomed. You will enjoy a guided tour through the garden to ensure you do not miss any of the key features of this iconic place like the indigenous plants, the plants planted by world leaders and royalties, the giant water lilies, the deers and the tortoises. After having built an appetite from all the walking, we will travel to the town of Goodlands for lunch where you will enjoy one of the most enjoyed dishes on the island - our much loved "briyani". And the locals living in this town has discovered the secret to making this dish to perfection. After lunch, we will head to the village of Cap Malheureux which is famous for its picture-perfect sceneries. From the red roofed church to the iconic islet of "Coin de Mire" in the distance, this place is indeed worthy of some photos and our guide will gladly assist to capture those moments.

Useful information

  • Carry along mosquito repellants and sun screen

  • Carry along cash to buy souvenirs and authentic food bites on offer at some of the stops

  • Carry along your camera

  • Comfortable footwear recommended

  • Guide speaks both English and French

Pricing

  • Infants 0-3 years can join for free

  • Discounts are offered for larger groups but only applies to the adult rate

  • Children 4-10 years have their own rate

  • For groups larger than 15 persons, please contact us for booking

 

Cancellation Policy

  • 8 days or more prior to check-in date: 25% of total booking cost

  • 4 days to 7 days prior to check-in date: 50% of total booking cost

  • 1 day to 3 days prior to check-in date: 75% of total booking cost

  • No show: No refund

 

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West South-West Tour
 

What makes this tour special

Hiking

UNESCO World Heritage Site

Iconic landmarks

Authentic culinary experience

Scenic views