Mauritius offers ample opportunity to go out and get to know the local population, sample authentic food and experience the ways of the island.

The Mauritian people are extremely friendly, enjoy a little chat and readily answer your questions, or guide you when you’re lost. They are proud of their island nation and happy to share it with visitors. Meeting the people of Mauritius might be the biggest adventure of your island vacation. We make sure that you can enjoy it to the max!

Hence we have created our range of specifically tailored day tours with the intention to provide stunning insights into beautiful nature places of Mauritius and the people who live there. We take you to discover the different regions, religions and cultures, check out the local lifestyle and have a taste of what’s cooking in the kitchens of the melting pot that makes Mauritius. This guarantees some interesting insights, special tastes and lots of fun to create powerful memories.

For nature lovers, Mauritius offers many exciting outdoors activities. If you want to hit the trails, discover deep gorges or marine depths, you might opt for a day out hiking, biking, diving, canyoneering kayaking, or even skydiving.

There are exciting, relaxing, thrilling or chilling activities found in Mauritius to fit any age-group, stage of fitness, or level of fun imagined. We help you pick the ones that are just right for you.

Skydive Mauritius

A 10,000 ft Tandem Skydive is one of the more recent activities introduced in Mauritius. It takes place on the North-east Coast of the island, in Riviere Du Rempart. The activity consists of a briefing with an instructor, a plane ride to reach the required altitude, freefall and a flight under canopy before landing.

Swim With Dolphins

A speed boat outing from the West Coast of Mauritius, starts in the early hours of the morning for an encounter with the dolphins that have made the lagoon their home. If luck is on your side, you will get some up close and personal time swimming alongside the dolphins. The trip also includes time for some snorkelling.

Sailing In The South

You set sail from the turquoise lagoon of Old Grand Port, which was the first port of the island and where the earliest settlers began their explorations along the coast to Ile aux Cerfs (Deer island). The trip offers the opportunity for some snorkelling, a visit to the Grand River South East Waterfalls, and a visit to the pristine sandy beach of Ile aux Cerfs, as well as spectacular mountain scenery to behold.