This full-day experience is an introduction to the island's capital, Port Louis. You'll get to know the city's history and culture with visits too the UNESCO-listed Aapravasi Ghat and the lively Central Market where locals head to buy fresh fruit vegetables. During your time at the market, you'll have the chance to try some typical Mauritian street food.
Departs Monday and Thursday
Mauritius has a wonderful blend of cultures thanks to its rich and varied history. On this tour you'll learn about the people, cuisine and religions that combine to make this country so special and have the opportunity to try some traditional Creole cuisine. Some of the places you'll visit include the Aapravasi Ghat, the Kwan Tee Pagoda, the Eureka Colonial House Museum and the 16th Century Citadel in Port Louis.
Head out on the beautiful blue sea on a catamaran trip around the islands and islets which sit off the northern tip of the island. You'll have the chance to relax on board, enjoy a barbecue lunch and take a dip in the refreshing water at a number of snorkelling spots.
Departs Friday and Sunday
Board a catamaran in Trou d'eau Douce for a full-day sail along the beautiful east coast. You'll visit the popular Ile aux Cerfs with its turquoise waters and white sand beaches and follow the Grand Riiver to a pretty waterfall. A barbecue lunch will be served on board and you'll have the opportunity to snorkel in the crystal clear lagoons.
Departs daily; departure days depend on where your hotel is located so please call for details
Take a step back in time to the past of Mauritius. Your day will begin in the botanic gardens in Pamplemousses which first opened in 1770 and is the oldest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. The next stops will be L’Aventure du Sucre, a museum that showcases the history of sugar production on the island, and the 16th-Century Citadel of Port Louis which is located in the capital city.
The southern half of Mauritius is naturally spectacular, both along its coast and inland. This full-day tour begins in Trou aux cerfs, a dormant volcano which has a sacred lake in its crater. Continue on to the jewel in the island's crown, Black River Gorges National Park with its forest-clad hills, post-card worthy views and waterfalls, before visiting the Rhumerie de Chamarel, where the island's renowned rum is created, and the vibrant Seven Coloured Earth.
Included: Lunch (excluding drinks) and entrance fees
Departs Tuesday and Saturday