This exciting one-day adventure starts with a visit in the Marine Park where you can conduct a session of snorkeling around the coral inhabited by exotic marine species. Your tour continues to the wreck Le Dalbert. Enjoy a drink-stop and fresh fruits next to the Ile aux Aigrettes, the opportunity for swimming or snorkeling. During the crossing, your guide will give you informations on the history of Mahébourg, the Battle of Vieux Grand Port and other informations.
You'll visit the Ile de la Passe (depending on the conditions of the sea), Fouquet Island and heading for the waterfall (Cascade de la Grand Rivière Sud Est) and go to the discovery of the surrounding natural beauty. Arriving at Ile aux Cerfs, time for lunch, where you can enjoy a delicious barbecue. After lunch you can stroll and admire the natural beauty or simply relax on a white sandy. beach, before ending the day.
Ile de la Passe is a small but very historic island off the south-east coast of Mauritius.This island played an important role during the famous Battle of Grand Port over the possession of the harbour between the 20th-27th of August 1810.The French Navy’s victory over the British Royal Navy at that time marks the only victory under the Napoleonic regime and as such is commemorated by an inscription on the Arc De Triomphe in Paris.
Also known as Ile aux Fouquets, Ile Phare was amongst the first ones to be discovered in 1598 by the Dutch settlers. L'Ile Phare bears its name by virtue of a lighthouse built in 1864, which was still operational until beginning of the 20th century.Historically, Ile au Phare, situated within the bay of Mahébourg has fulfilled a strategic purpose during the naval battles at Grand Port.
Located on the southeast of the island, Eau Bleue Waterfall will definitely charm you with its breathtaking and stunning views. What is the origin of the name of the waterfall? Eau Bleue was named after its stunning azure colour and the purity and clarity of its water.
Ile aux Cerfs Island , known in English as the deer island is an island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq district. Nowadays there are no more deers on the island, but you will find there some of the worlds beautiful beaches and as such it is one of the must place to visit and see in Mauritius. Ile Aux Cerfs is famous for its sandy beaches, beautiful lagoon and big selection of activities and facilities.
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