Explore the South East Coast of Mauritius with this 7 hour speedboat Private (Exclusivity) cruise. You will visit several islands, Grand River South East Waterfall and enjoy snorkling.


There’s a lot to see and fun on this 7 hours Speedboat cruise including snorkelling, swimming, sunbathing, scenic cruise, visiting isles and waterfall.


After meeting and explanation at our office at Trou D’eau Douce, you shall explore the following:


Ile aux Flamants, Ile aux Phares, Ile de la Passe, Snorkelling, Grand River South East Waterfall, Ile aux Cerfs, Swim nearby Ile aux Aigrettes


Barbecue lunch & drinks available at the back of Ile aux Cerfs (Optional)

From EUR 424


There’s a lot to see and fun on this 7 hours Speedboat cruise including snorkelling, swimming, sunbathing, scenic cruise, visiting isles and waterfall.


After meeting and explanation at our office at Trou D’eau Douce, you shall explore the following:


Ile aux Flamants

A magnificent island enhanced by a romantic atmosphere, one that takes you away from the customary rituals of everyday life and allows the immersion of one’s soul into pure nature, true natural beauty that reveals itself to the visitors . A time spent on Ile aux Flammants will surely make you long for another trip there to enjoy the unique beauty and tranquility that it offers.


Ile aux Phares

This island is named Ile aux Fouquets but is better known as Ile aux Phares. It is an island small in size but of great scenic beauty that makes it stand out. Its historical connotations enhance the splendor of this exquisite small island and make it further more appealing to visitors to want to discover the secrets that lie within the island. The island houses some of the oldest fortifications of Mauritius dating from the Napoleonic era which have witnessed the battles of powers in the colonization. They have been restored to preserve this piece of history. The visitors will also benefit from the appeasing atmosphere of this island.


Ile de la Passe

Located a few kilometers from Ile aux Fouquets, this island also holds great importance in the history of Mauritius. It was the prominent battlefield hording both English and French troupes in early times. The strctures of fortifications that are there are the oldest and best preserved in Mauritius. They have witnessed  the battles of power in the colonization of the islands in the Indian Ocean. Ile de la Passe, has been preserved in its own realm. We shall cruise near it, visiting the island is rarely possible.


Snorkelling at Troumouto

The Troumouto snorkeling spot, situated on the South East coast of Mauritius near Mahebourg, is one of the best places to see the beautiful marine life and to go for snorkeling in Mauritius. This turquoise lagoon is one of the richest in terms of flora and fauna. There is also a wide variety of fish species and corals. Snorkeling gears are provided.


Grand River South East Waterfall

Grande Riviere Sud Est is the longest river of the island. It flows 30 km along the Bambou mountain chain before it empties itself through a magnificent waterfall in the Baie de L’Anse Cunat. This river is one of the most renowned river in Mauritius, through generations now. This place offers a pure moment of relaxation and breathtaking views in the arm of Mother Nature far away from the materialistic world. You will be impressed by the flora and fauna on the banks of the river, where you will be able to observe the bats hanging from the tops of the branches and monkeys in their natural habitat perched on trees or sheltered on mountain slopes that border the river. Many birds also fly over the river, namely the majestic Pailles en Queue.


Ile aux Cerfs

Sun, sea and sand… there can be no other ideal replica of this phrase when it comes to enjoying a tranquil and soothing time far away from our routine and hectic lives.. One of the largest island of the Mauritian territory, is Ile aux Cerfs. It amounts to an area of about 100 hectares and is home to an exquisite foliage. Ile aux Cerfs offers you a wealth of preciously preserved nature and an imposing and magnificent landscape. The island is also famous for its sandy beaches and beautiful lagoon where you are sure to have a day of relaxation on a picture-postcard beach. If you want more fun there is a big selection of activities along certain parts of Ile aux Cerfs such as snorkeling, water skiing, banana, glass bottom boats and more.


Swim nearby Ile aux Aigrettes

Ile aux Aigrettes gives you a glimpse of what Mauritius would have looked like without the devastating impact of man on the environment. The island has been declared as a nature reserve since 1965. It is the only place where you will be able to encounter rare species which had long disappeared on the main island, through a restoration programme of the National Wildlife Foundation, a natural forest has also been restored. Another special characteristic of the island is that it is made up of coral limestone unlike the mainland of Mauritius which is of volcanic origin.




  • Departure as from 9:30 (max 10:30)
  • 7 hour speedboat cruise departure from Trou D’eau Douce
  • Ile aux Cerfs
  • Ile aux Flammants
  • Ile aux Phares (lighthouse)
  • Sail close to Isle ‘Ile de la Passe'
  • Snorkelling
  • Visit and swim at the Waterfall of Grand River South East
  • Swim nearby Ile aux Aigrettes
  • Exclusive use of speedboat

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