We can’t find better combo; think catamaran, sun, succulent dishes, sea, reggae music and hospitable locals! Why focus on mainland Mauritius when you can see far more of its nearby inhabited islands? The surrounding islands in Mauritius are renowned for their spectacular beaches, sparkling turquoise waters and shimmering white sand; you’ll crave more of it!
Island hopping in Mauritius offers you the chance to witness and experience untouched sites; the authentic island life, yet without having to travel too far from mainland Mauritius that features an array of attractions (besides just beaches). All islands surrounding mainland Mauritius are car-free and inhabited by man but you’ll surely find some unique flora and fauna species. Most if not all islands promise a quiet and laidback atmosphere with tranquil beaches making it the perfect spot for snorkeling! Island hopping in Mauritius guarantees you to see lush tropical islets and remote secluded beaches. This is going to be one of your favorite things to do in Mauritius as the activity fits every age and tastes.
One of the most favored island hopping trips in Mauritius departs from the South East coast of the island and it combines a tour to the Blue Bay Marine Park followed by the four islands tour; namely, Ile de la Passe, Ile aux Fouquets, Ile aux Cerfs and Ile aux Aigrettes. The island hopping trip also covers the majestic Grand River South East Waterfall. Just enough to keep you busy the whole day! Bonus point – Most trips also serve lunch on one of the island and tea time aboard!
A few tips by Mauritius Explored:
• Get some good rest the night before, it’s going to be a long and fun day island hopping in Mauritius!