Fully Loaded Adventurous Mauritius - 8 Days

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Day 1

Mauritius is more than just an island. It has a rich colonial history, a unique biodiversity and gorgeous, gorgeous weather. This is apart from the fact that it is blessed with an array of stunning beaches, spectacular coastline and teeming coral reefs. Mauritius has every creature comfort that a traveler wants, yet it retains its off-the-beaten-track appeal. Upon arrival in Mauritius, you will be welcomed by our representative who will escort you to your hotel. Check-in, relax and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Dinner will be served in one of the restaurants at the hotel. After dinner, retire to your room for an overnight stay.

Day 2

After breakfast, proceed for a full-day tour of the South Island of Mauritius. Visit Curepipe, a model ship factory, Trou Aux Cerfs the crater of an extinct volcano Proceed for Grand Bassin- Sacred Lake for Hindus in Mauritius and Shiva Temple. Drive through Plaine Champagne & Black River Gorges and visit the 23-coloured Nature Park for a surreal experience . At the end of the day, come back to the hotel, have dinner and retire for the night.

Note : Wear comfortable shoes and warm clothes. Please carry an umbrella too.

Day 3

After a leisurely breakfast proceed for a full-day tour of North Island. Located in the north Island is the delightful city of Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius. It is home to Chap de Mars Racecourse, the second oldest racecourse in the world. We drive to Port Louis for a visit of the capital via the Citadel & its surrounding area and stop for a visit at Marie Reine De Paix (View Point ). We visit the Champ de Mars race course , post which we proceed to Le Caudan Waterfront which has approximately 170 shops where you can buy all the Mauritius souvenirs. Later in the night, have dinner at one of the restaurants or in hotel and stay overnight at the hotel.

Note : Please wear comfortable shoes and light clothes for this tour.

Day 4

Ile Aux Cerfs is most probably one of the most beautiful places in Mauritius. It is an emerald colored lagoon on the east coast of this lovely island. After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, embark on an excursion to its sandy beaches, beautiful lagoon and a wide array of tourist friendly beach activities. Nothing beats a swim in the blue waters of the ocean. You can choose to don the snorkel and check out the marine life under the waves. You can also enjoy optional water sports such as banana boat ride, water skiing, parasailing, waterfall visit and undersea walk at an additional cost. After a fun-filled and exciting day, you will be transferred back to the hotel in the evening. Later in the night, have dinner at one of the restaurants or in hotel and stay overnight at the hotel.

Note : Carry beach towel which you can collect from the hotel( to be returned later). Also carry changing clothes, swimwear, sunscreen, cap / please do not carry your passport and any other valuable items.

Day 5

Today, after a hearty breakfast head for your 6 hours Cataraman Cruise Trip. Catamaran trip will start along the Grand River South East where a first quick stop will be made at its waterfall. The boat will then set sail to the island of Ile Aux Cerfs. Halts can be scheduled for you to snorkel in the lagoon to discover breathtaking coral reefs and fishes.

A delicious barbeque (BBQ) meal is served right on the catamaran. Once the boat reaches Ile aux Cerfs, you can stroll around the island or just sit back and relax. There is plenty of water sports activity available on the island for you to take advantage of.

Have your dinner in your hotel and stay overnight at hotel.

Day 6

After breakfast, proceed for a full day tour to Casela Adventure Park .Here , you will get a unique opportunity to feed the giraffes, colourful lorikeets and even pygmy hippos. Take the African Safari to see the very best of African wildlife by safari bus, Quad or Segway. Or else, you can explore the park’s rugged terrain on horseback or through the exclusive camel ride!. Overnight stay and dinner at the hotel.

Day 7

Today, after a hearty breakfast you have the day at leisure to explore the in-house water sports and activities being offered by the resort.

Have your dinner in your hotel and stay overnight at hotel.

Day 8

This day marks the end of a fabulous vacation to Mauritius. Rise to a charming morning and indulge in a mouth-watering breakfast at your hotel, check out from your hotel (check-out time is 1200 hours) before you head to the airport for your flight back home.

Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island nation, is known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs. The mountainous interior includes Black River Gorges National Park, with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking trails and wildlife like the flying fox. Capital Port Louis has sites such as the Champs de Mars horse track, Eureka plantation house and 18th-century Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens.

  • 6 Nights Accommodation in Five star hotel
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner
  • North Island Tour
  • South Island tour
  • Ile Aux Cerfs tour with Speedboat
  • Catamaran Boat Cruise
  • Casela Adventure Park
  • Airfare
  • Visa
  • Insurance
  • The itinerary shared is tentative, the actual itinerary will be shared once you land at the airport
  • Anything not mentioned in ‘Package Inclusions’
  • All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals not mentioned in inclusions
  • Tips, porter-age, laundry and phone calls


What is the best way to travel to Mauritius?

The quickest way to travel to Mauritius is by booking a flight from India to Mauritius. The shortest flight would be a direct one from Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi to the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Port Louis (the capital city of Mauritius). The flight duration is around 6-7 hours on average. You can also catch flights from Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai.

Can I travel to Mauritius by sea?

If you’d like to take the long, leisurely and luxurious route to Mauritius, then a cruise is ideal. You can start your trip at the Chennai or Mumbai port. The trip from Mumbai is around 13 days, while the trip from Chennai is 12 days long. If you’re already in a close location – say Madagascar – a short boat ride should get you to Mauritius.

What is the time difference between India and Mauritius?

India is one hour and thirty minutes ahead of Mauritius.

Is Mauritius a safe destination?

Mauritius is considered to be a safe destination for Indian travellers; however, caution is always a good policy. The risk of muggings, scams and pickpocketing are low. However, make sure drivers don’t overcharge you for any trip you take. In terms of natural disasters, November to May is cyclone season on the island, so check the weather before you book your tickets.

What are a few popular places in Mauritius?

Mauritius is a treasure trove of natural wonders – Trou Aux Biches, Belle Mare Plage, Ile Aux Cerfs, Pereybere, La Cambuse are all beautiful beaches and allow you to relax or participate in some water adventure sports. You can also take a hike along the seven shaded sands of Chamarel – which is breathtaking. Black River Gorges Park, in south west Mauritius, is a perfect place to hike, relax and camp. Other than these beautiful attractions, you also have the Tamarind Falls, Parc Francois Leguat Wildlife Park, the Botanical Gardens, Eureka House, Sugar Museum and more.

What are the liquor laws in Mauritius?

In Mauritius, it is illegal to serve, sell or supply alcohol to anyone who is under 18 years of age.

What is the currency of Mauritius?

The Mauritian Rupee is the official currency of the Republic of Mauritius. Furthermore, US dollars are accepted in Mauritius as well, so you can stock up on those too. Although credit cards are widely accepted everywhere, it’s a good idea to carry a prepaid forex card from Thomas Cook as they are safe, secure and reloadable if you run out of money.

Will I get Wi-Fi connectivity? Can I buy a local sim card in Mauritius?

Wi-Fi is available in 350 public spots, across the island, including Community centres, Women centres, Youth centres, Social welfare centres, Post Offices and Village councils. This is an initiative by the Ministry of Technology, Communication and Innovation. Anyone with a valid mobile number and a Wi-Fi enabled device can access this internet for free. There are three operators in Mauritius, from whom you can buy a prepaid sim – Emtel, Orange and Chilli. If you are visiting the Rodrigues Islands or Agalega, Orange has the best connectivity. Your hotel will provide Wi-Fi, and you can also look at cafes for WiFi.

What is the food like in Mauritius? Can I get Indian food? What about vegetarian options?

Mauritian food is a mixed pot of flavours and is heavily influenced by the diverse residents who live on the island. You will find a lot of Indian food, as well as Chinese, Creole and French cuisines. For Indian food, look at popular restaurants like Le Tandoor, Namaste Restaurant, Delhi Taj Restaurant and La Chaumiere Masala. Vegetarian food is served aplenty in Mauritius, and you can visit restaurants like Lambic, Chez Tino, La Faya to enjoy their vegetarian selections.

Are there any laws to know in Mauritius?

Keep the driving laws in mind, if you are renting a car to drive in the island. Driving in Mauritius is on the left. Obey the speeding laws and do make sure you follow the safety signs posted on the beach.

What are the transport options available in Mauritius?

In Mauritius you have the option of using the well-connected public bus system (be sure to check the timings before you make your plans for the day). If you would like to travel with a bit more convenience, a public tax is an excellent (though slightly more expensive) way to travel around the island. Hotels also allow you to rent out bikes, scooters and cars. The Mauritian railway is perfect for long distances and connects you to other cities and towns in Mauritius. You can also hire a helicopter for an aerial tour or a boat to explore the islands.

What are some of the common greetings in Mauritius?

Hello in Mauritius is usually Salut (French) or Salam (Creole). You can wish a local Good morning with Bonjour and Good evening with Bonsoir (French). Goodbye is Au Revoir (French) or Salam (Creole).

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