There is no better way to enjoy your holiday than on a unique cruising experience sailing on-board of a beautiful Catamaran!
Why not charter your own catamaran for family and friends?
Imagine you drifting over turquoise waters, pampered and waited on all day and sunning on deck and idly watching the waves gently breaking onto the reef against the backdrop on inland mountains. Sailing through the West coast of Mauritius Island is a delightful experience, discover the amazing lagoon of the island.
You will also be able to make your dream of observing the dolphins come true, with the possibility to watch them in their natural habitat while being on board of the catamaran.
You will then be going to L'ile aux Benitiers for a barbecue lunch with the crew and spend the afternoon in magnificient lagoon, either relax on the beach or have a swim in the magnificient turquoise lagoon, the choice is yours.
The West Coast catamaran cruise is an enjoyable day of relaxation and fun while discovering the beautiful scenery of Mauritius. You will enjoy a catamaran cruising experience along the south west coast of Mauritius, discover this beautiful area onboard a great catamaran and will most likely encounter dolphins in the Tamarin Bay which is a true highlight for itself.
This west coast cruise offers a great combination of nature, beautiful lagoons, encountering dolphins in their natural habitat and enjoying the cruising experience. A lunch will be prepared and served by the crew on board. After the lunch the you will board on a small boat and sail to Ile aux Benitiers Island an isolated island where you will be able to spend and enjoy free time.
Located in the South Western Coast of Mauritius, precisely 500 metres away from the coast of La Gaulette, Benitiers Island is a large coral sand island approximately two kilometres long, 500 metres at its widest point and 65 hectares in area. The island itself has very little biodiversity value since it has a highly modified vegetative cover and is used as a coconut plantation. On the northern tip of the island there is a small colony of migratory sea birds.
The lagoon is vast and shallow with large coral fields in relatively good health. The region around the island is the fishing ground of locals who for years have used the islet for leisure purposes and a stopover when fishing in the lagoon.The sea is shallow and almost calm throughout the year. The majestic Le Morne Brabant gives an absolutely incredible view in the backdrop. You can also have the chance to spot the dolphins and even whales on the scenic trip between the mainland and Benitiers.