Day 1: Arrival in Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport.
After baggage collection you will be met by our representative who will take you to the resort. Check-in relax refresh & day is at your leisure to orient with the property & their facilities.
Day 2: Full day tour to Ile Aux Cerfs
After breakfast you will be picked for an exciting Ile Aux Cerfs tour.
This Ile aux Cerfs tour offers a day of pure relaxation as you soak up the sun on the dazzling white sand and swim in the warm turquoise waters that fringe the beaches. On this 6-hour excursion you can also take advantage of the wide range of facilities and water sports available on the island.
You’ll start out with a 15-minute boat transfer to Ile aux Cerfs by a comfortable and spacious motorboat. As you approach the island, you’ll see swaying palm trees and pure white sand beaches framed by clear turquoise waters.
Once you reach Ile aux Cerfs you’ll head to popular Sand’s Bar where you’ll enjoy a complimentary, refreshing fruit cocktail. Spend time on the beach, go for a stroll, swim or snorkel in the lagoon, or enjoy a drink at Sand’s Bar. If you’d like to soak up some sun, a beach backrest is provided for your comfort.
Choose to enjoy a delicious 3-course lunch at one of the seafood beach restaurants well-known for its top-notch gourmet seafood and for its ideal location right on the main beach of Ile aux Cerfs.
Day 3: Casela bird park entry + Giraffe feeding and transfers
Casela World of Adventures provides a safe and friendly environment to play, interact, and create beautiful memories with animals. Home to an exotic range of animal species including the Big Cats, rhinos, deer, monkeys, tortoises and many more, the Casela park is a delight to animal lovers. A day spent in the Casela World of Adventures is a guaranteed moment full of excitement, action and amusement.
Day 4: La Valle des Couleurs
La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park is operational since 4th of July 1998 and is actively engaged in the business of eco-tourism. The discovery of the 23 colored earth in the late 90’s, displayed in bands and domes within the domain, constitutes a unique geological feature in this part of the world. This feature, the very signature of La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park is a major landmark in the continuous development of the tourism industry of Mauritius.
The fascinating attractions of the Nature Park, spreads over some 450 acres of land and revolves around the indigenous fauna and flora that abound in the park. The range of natural landscapes, with its plateaus, plains, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, pools and ponds, unfolding inside this green amphitheater provides an unforgettable experience for visitors. The geology museum, unique in the Mascarene Islands, has a rich collection of artifacts that trace the geological history of Mauritius and that of La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park.
The natural waterfalls cascading in musical tunes into wide plunge pools of limpid waters provide a sense of peace and harmony with nature. Over the past years, La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park has become an irresistible destination for both Mauritian and overseas visitors. The Nature Park continues to develop a variety of activities in line with its central theme as a nature park with a view to making it the most attractive destination in Mauritius.
Day 5: Day at leisure or choose one of the optional activities below.
1- North Island tour: In the north of the island, is located the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere. While the garden is most famous for its giant water lilies, the garden features spices, ebonies, sugar canes as well as 85 varieties of palms from Central America, Asia, Africa and the islands around the Indian Ocean. After the Visit at the Garden, we will proceed to the Sugar Adventure, The Sugar estate and Museum located at the North West of Mauritius stretches over 5000 square meters. In the estate you will discover the profound effect and the key part of sugar in the history and identity of Mauritius. We now drive to the Capital, where we will stop at Fort Adelaide, also known as the Citadel, an ancient fortress. Built by the British to defend the port from invading ships, the fort sits on a hill, offering splendid views over the city and its harbour, from there you can see your cruise vessel at docked at Port. After the Citadel we proceed to the local market in Port Louis. The Local market consist of two corners, one of local fruit and vegetable market and on the other side the Handicraft stands, one can find colorful beach pareos, embroidered linen, spices, recycled and stained glass objects, semi precious stones, wooden sculptures, basketwork, souvenirs made out of coconut, in wood or in glass, as well as a creative range of regional handicraft and cultural traditions from Mauritius, Rodrigues and Madagascar.
2- South Island tour: We start our tour at Pointe du Diable located in the south east of Mauritius – 8km north of Vieux Grand Port was once the site of a French coastal battery. Pointe du Diable is just a point along the coastal road where the French had erected a fort and a cannon battery to defend the “Vieux-Grand-Port” from (English) invaders. Steeping hike from the coastal road of the Pointe du Diable offers some excellent views over the lagoons of the eastern coast where you can see a number of sailing catamarans and the cove of Grand Sable. Blue Bay beach with its crystal clear turquoise blue water is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius. Situated on the southeast coast, not far from Mahebourg, Blue Bay offers a fine stretch of white sandy beach, and deep, clear, light-blue water. Blue bay is the perfect place for relaxation, swimming and snorkeling, as it is considered the best place for snorkeling in Mauritius. Mahebourg is a traditional Mauritian village situated on the southeastern coast of Mauritius. The well-planned wide streets in the old section of Mahebourg still bear testimony to the Dutch and French colonial past. Today Mahebourg is a bustling center of local trade. You will get to explore Mahebourg center and visit the Historical Naval Museum which recounts the epic naval battles of the past between the Royal Navy and the French Navy.
3- Blue Safari Submarine dive: During this 40 minutes dive, you will view the coral reefs, the fantastic Star Hope wreck, a 17th Century sheet anchor, and all through the way, myriads of colorful fish like surgeonfish, capitaine or kingfish. The BS 1100 is framed and equipped like the archetype legendary submarine, with individual windows viewing out on the underwater world. Inside the cabin, you can watch, live on a television screen, the impressive immersion of the submarine filmed by a camera from the deck. You will enjoy the fascinating movement of the pneumatic valves acting the ballasts. After your Submarine experience, drive to Grand Bay. Grand Bay owes its popularity to the enchanting quality of its emerald waters and to its liveliness by day and by night. It offers facilities for safe swimming, sailing, windsurfing, and water skiing, and it is also the departure point for deep sea fishing trips and for boat excursions to the islands to the north of Mauritius: Gunners’ Quoin, Flat Island, Round Island, and Serpent Island. Grand Bay and its surroundings also offer a large choice of fashion and craft shops, hotels and restaurants. You can find in Grand Bay traditional local shops, some operating for almost 50 years, alongside modern shopping centers and worldwide brand shops. Considering the variety of shops and shopping complexes, Grand Bay is definitely a top shopping destination for clothes, jewelry, textiles and for souvenirs
4- Sky diving: soon as you arrive, our instructors will give you a total introduction to skydiving from the ground up. Attached securely to one of our qualified and licensed tandem instructors via a dual harness system, we can have you in the air after a 15 minutes training session on exiting the aircraft and freefall body position. After the parachute opening, you will have a 5 to 7 minute parachute ride where you will be able to help the instructor steer the parachute, under his close supervision, to the ground for a nice soft landing. One thing is for sure… It’s time to get ready for the most extraordinary ride of your life as your first words after landing will be: let’s do it again!
5- Dolphin encounter: Drive to the west coast in your chauffeur-driven vehicle. Once you get on board, the skipper will do a briefing on the experience you are going to live. The briefing will also include such aspects as: Type of Dolphins that you will encounter, their habits, guidelines for Sustainable Dolphin Watching, security measures on the boat, swimming procedures, and then you will be off to two wonderful hours in the open sea. After your trip, drive back to your hotel.
Day 6: Departure
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