Catamaran West Coast - Dolphins Cruise
- Full day cruise on a catamaran
- Visit to Benitiers island
- Light Breakfast
- BBQ buffet lunch
- Drinks served during the day
- Snorkeling break
- Snorkeling equipment
8:45 - 15:30
Conditions & Additional info
- This catamaran cruise is suitable for any age.
- Reservations should be made enough time in advance as this is a very popular cruise, especially during weekends.
- What to bring: We suggest bringing your own towel, hats, t-shirts and sun block cream for sun protection, cameras and swimsuits.
- Mauritian ID card or Resident permit must be shown upon arrival.
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Enjoy a Full day catamaran cruise to see Dolphins on the West coast of including a visit to Crystal rock and Benitiers Island.
The cruise starts at 08:45 am, with a light breakfast served onboard, followed by a short pre-departure briefing by the boat’s captain. Cruising to Tamarin Bay area, you can encounter dolphins in their natural habitat.
From Tamarin bay, you will sail along the coral reefs to the lagoon of La Preneuse, stopping on the way for snorkeling breaks in key locations.
The trip continues with the visit of Crystal Rock with spectacular views of the Rempart Mountain, the Black River mountain range, and of the magnificent Le Morne Mountain.
Stopping in front of Benitiers Island, the crew will set up the buffet on the catamaran for you to enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch. After lunch you can enjoy some relaxation time - walk along the endless beaches of Benitiers Island or explore the amazing lagoons which are in close proximity to the beach.
Following the visit to Benitiers Island the catamaran will cruise back to Tamarin. Expected arrival time to Tamarin is 15:30 pm.
Before going on Benitiers Island, you will enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch buffet set on the catamaran.
The lunch menu consists of: fresh fish, chicken, chicken sausage, rice, pasta salads, a selection of vegetables salads and a dessert.
Selection of complimentary drinks during the day: alcoholic (beer, rum, cocktails, wine) and non-alcoholic beverages
Note:If you are a vegetarian, please inform us before, so we can arrange the necessary additions to the lunch.
A little information about Dolphins in Mauritius:
In Mauritius, the dolphins live in pods of about 20 individuals or more and can be observed swimming from Tamarin Bay (on the west coast of Mauritius), on their way to the deep sea off the coast of the Le Morne peninsula.
The most common dolphins in Mauritius are the Bottlenose Dolphin and the Spinner Dolphin. The Bottlenose Dolphin and the Spinner Dolphin have chosen the West Coast of Mauritius their place for rest and sleep before heading for the deep sea for their fishing.