East Coast Full-day Tour, Mauritius
The tour will take you to one of the island’s most beautiful coastlines, the east coast of Mauritius that is set alongside emerald-colored lagoons.
Marine life in Blue Bay
Île aux Aigrettes
A traditional Mauritian lunch at Nativ Lodge
The Rault Biscuit Factory
Frederik Hendrik Fort
The Hollander's Tower
Old Grand Port
Departure: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri.
A private guide (driver)
Pick-up and drop-off from and to any location in Mauritius
Glass bottom boat trip
Boat trip to Ile Aux Aigrettes Island
Payment policy: 100% advance payment. Price is indicated for 2 people. For 5 or more, inquire about the price. €109 discount for 1 person in the group.
• €514 for a group of 3 people;
• €624 for a group of 4 people;
• €95 for a child (5-11y.o.);
• €20 for an infant.
Cancellation policy: 100% payment refund if cancelled 10 days or more prior to the event.
Beyond the remarkable scenery with beaches and blue waters, you will discover the treasures of art and history and set on a boat trip to the isolated Île aux Aigrettes, an islet off the south-east coast of Mauritius that is also a nature reserve, scientific research station and home to rare and endemic bird species. Apart from the trip to the island, a glass bottom boat trip in Blue Bay will be included in the program. You will meet with the locals, taste some of the best street food of the island at Mahébourg Market and have a traditional Mauritian lunch in a fishing village at Nativ Lodge. In the afternoon, you will visit the Rault-Seneque family that has owned the Rault Biscuit Factory since 1870. You will learn about the production process of unique cassava biscuits, differently flavored cookies that are made in a traditional method. To complete the tour, you will drive on the East Coast Coastal Road, visiting the ruins of Frederik Hendrik Fort, the Hollander's Tower and the cannons at Old Grand Port.