Island visitors might be eager to go out and get to know the local people, learn to speak their language, try local food and experience the tropical lifestyle.

Of course, Mauritius offers ample opportunity to do that. The local people are extremely friendly, always up for a chat, forever smiling and ready to answer questions asked by curious visitors. And they definitely encourage and enjoy any serious effort to communicate.

We take you out to meet the people!

Our range of specifically tailored day tours provides valuable insights into the beautiful landscapes of Mauritius and the people who live there - their religions and cultures, but also glimpses into their daily life, and certainly into their cooking pots. Meeting the local people in their natural environment guarantees lots of fun, interesting insights and memories that last a lifetime.

Actually Mauritius is full of surprising places, where you meet the most incredible individuals, providing an array of services or arts and crafts you will tremendously enjoy. Painting, sculpting or weaving are just some of them.

We take you out to explore the local market, find gifts for family and friends back home, or discover that special little something you didn’t even know you needed. Our experienced tour guides turn bartering into and adventure and help you make a bargain, while enjoying every minute of it. Of course we know our island and will take you to see well-reputed artists, talented craftsmen and renowned musicians.

Discovering Mauritius is a profound adventure and as the island boasts so many facets, it is impossible not to enjoy the colourful encounter with its charming inhabitants.

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.