Overview of Excursion:
Set off on an exciting escapade along the historical south eastern coast of Mauritius. This is your invitation to contemplate the surprising beauty and diversity of landscapes unfolding under your eyes as you glide your way to the tourist hotspot of Ile aux Cerfs.
The south-east coast of Mauritius is home to a number of places of interest, from Vieux Grand Port, which saw the first Dutch colonizers landing and Mahebourg, which served as the first port of the island. The nature preserve of Ile aux Aigrettes is a small 27-hectare islet housing a remarkable collection of endemic fauna and flora. The final destination, Ile aux Cerfs offers a wide range of beach and water activities for all ages.