Ile aux Cerfs Catamaran Cruise, BBQ Lunch & Snorkeling

Our Ile aux Cerfs catamaran trip is another great way to see the paradise island of Ile aux Cerfs. As a bonus, you'll also be able to experience snorkelling in Mauritius, and see the majestic Grand River Southeast waterfall, on your way to Ile aux Cerfs. Enjoy a barbecue lunch and drinks on board the Ile aux Cerfs catamaran, and then spend the afternoon relaxing, suntanning or swimming on or around the white, sandy beaches of Ile aux Cerfs. Hotel pickup and dropoff can be added when you book! If you're looking for other ways to explore Ile aux Cerfs, checkout out Island Hopping and Ile aux Cerfs Speedboat tours.

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Full Day Ile aux Cerfs Catamaran Cruise


Embark on a dream cruise aboard a catamaran and spend a memorable day sailing the South East coast of Mauritius!

Your day will begin with a refreshing snorkeling stop in the stunning turquoise waters near Pointe aux Feuilles. You can decide whether to swim in the crystal clear waters and snorkel with the multitude of beautiful tropical reef fish or relax and soak up the sun on board the catamaran, or better yet, why not do both?

The catamaran will then take you to see the Grand River South East Waterfall. On the way, if you’re lucky, you will be able to see the cute family of monkeys living in the lush green vegetation of the river banks and you may spot the giant Mauritian fruit bat colony resting in the treetops.

The friendly and professional crew members will then serve you a delicious barbecue lunch and drinks on board the catamaran near Ile aux Cerfs.

You will have some time to spend on the island if you’d like to take a stroll, relax and suntan on the beautiful white sandy beaches of Ile aux Cerfs. You can also relax and soak up the sun on the catamaran, while enjoying a nice beer and the tropical island music on board.

Lunch Menu on the catamaran:

  1. Barbecue: fish, chicken, brochettes, sausages, pasta salad, coleslaw salads and bread rolls
  2. Dessert: fresh fruit
  3. Drinks: mineral water, tropical juices, soft drinks, beers, rum, red wine, rosé wine and white wine