1. Mauritius
  2. Mauritius
  3. Mahébourg
  4. Ile aux Aigrettes

Ile aux Aigrettes: Sunset Cruise Tour

Product ID: 191339
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Enjoy an unforgettable two-hour sunset cruise and see the beautiful sunsets from Ile aux Aigrettes. Feel free to bring along your own drinks and snacks to enjoy along the way.
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Duration: 2 hours
Starting time 5:00 PM
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Experience

Highlights
  • Sail in the islands largest lagoon
  • See the breathtaking scenery
  • Swim in the crystal clear waters of Ile aux aigrettes
Full description
Depart from Point Jerome, on Mauritius East Coast, and admire the beauty of the coast from a premium catamaran boat. Depending on tides and wind conditions, either cruise towards the remains of the shipwreck Dalbair, which sank in 1902, or cruise towards the Grand Port and cross the historical scene where the naval battle of the Old Grand Port took place back in 1810.

Our crew will set anchor in front of Isle aux Aigrettes nature reserve and allow you to enjoy the breathtaking scenery all around. There you will watch the sunset over the mountain tops and the colors progressively change. Please feel free to bring your own snacks and drinks onboard.
Includes
What’s Not Included
  • Pick up or drop-off at your accommodation

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Meeting point

Pointe Jerome Embarkation Point, HPGF+47 Mahebourg, Mauritius.

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Important information
What to bring
  • Sunglasses
  • Jacket
Know before you go
• Please bring your swimwear and a towel
• Please ensure you have a jacket in case you get cold
• Please feel free to bring your own snacks and drinks
• No corkage charge

From US$ 21.74 per person

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Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 23 reviews
Review summary
Service
4.9/5
Organization
4.9/5
Value for money
4.8/5
Safety
4.9/5

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Catamaran Cruises Ltd

Product ID: 191339