A Lovely 7-Day Tour Of The Exotic Mauritius Islands
Mauritius is one of the richest nations in the African continent and is known to be a high-income country. The nation provides the best getaway for romantic sojourns or adventurous trips. Tourists can visit the coral reefs, lagoons, and stunning beaches when they visit here. Our 7-day luxury tour of Mauritius helps you explore every top attraction the nation has in store for you.
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Meet your private guide at Ramgoolam International airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Explore the beaches that are located near the resort and view the pristine blue waters present there. Following that, enjoy a lavish dinner consisting of the local cuisines at an excellent restaurant before retiring to your resort for the night.
Day 2: Visit Port Louis
Today, enjoy a visit to Port Louis, the capital city. Upon reaching the city, trek to Le Pouce, among the nation's highest mountain ranges. It has been given this name because it is shaped like a thumb. When you reach the top of the mountain range, you can notice a gorgeous view of the entire island from the vantage point. You can enjoy the climb at your own relaxing speed because it is not very difficult. If you enjoy spending time in the water and interacting with wildlife, try swimming with dolphins, which will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. You can also visit the island's South-West coast with your private guide. Swim with the dolphins in their natural environment and soak in the stunning underwater world as you partake in the activity. It will prove to be a very relaxing and therapeutic experience for you. Then, participate in other water-based activities, including deep-water diving and snorkeling, also available here. In the evening, enjoy a sunset cruise and be enveloped by the pristine blue waters while enjoying great coastline views.
Day 3: Discover Port Louis
Today, tour the busy city of Port Louis, which is present on the north side of the nation. It has its share of wonders and attractions. Explore the central market that has been present for centuries and remains as busy as ever. Find the market to be colorful and filled with colonial architecture and designs. Browse around for some lovely local souvenirs. Try the famous cold drink made of ice cream, basil seeds, and milk called Allouda when you tour the markets.
Then, stroll around the view several other attractions, such as the Kaylasson Temple, the Port Louis race track, Chinatown, and the penny museum. Then, you can visit the north side of the island for some other attractions that you can discover, such as the Aapravasi Ghat, Le Caudan, L'Aventure du Sucre Sugar Museum, Grand Bay Village, and Citadelle de Port-Louis. During your entire stroll, the private guide accompanying you will tell you the details, history, and interesting facts regarding each attraction.
Day 4: Quad Biking in Heritage Nature Reserve
Today, go to the Heritage Nature Reserve, a huge reserve operated by a heritage group. Get on a quad bike to discover the entire reserve. Soak in the views of the waterfalls, natural pools, and sugarcane fields present on the reserve. You might also notice other species, including Mauritius Kestrel, Pink Pigeon, and Mauritius Black Bulbul. Then, discover the Ganga Talao, also called the Grand Basin. Find out that it is a crater lake located in the region of Savanne, a secluded mountain region. The lake is situated in the heart of the nation and is quite deep. Visit the Hindu temples that surround the place and hold religious importance. Examine the intricate architecture and design of the monuments. If you visit during the season of Shivratri, notice the people walking barefoot to the lake. After that, enjoy a traditional and premium Creole menu at Eureka, one of the top locations to try the local cuisine of the nation.
Day 5: Lovely Mascarene Islands
Today, enjoy an early breakfast before your guide drives you in a private vehicle to the autonomous island on the main island's eastern side. Here, find a lot of options that include skydiving, hiking, kite-surfing, and kayaking. Also, enjoy scuba diving here to look at the gorgeous coral reefs. Then, enjoy a hike with your guide to the central Mont Limon. Afterward, you can visit Cave Reserve and the Franois Leguat Tortoise if you have time.
Day 6: Enjoy South-East Mauritius
Today, explore the southern region of the nation, which is a hidden gem for tourists. The region is very well preserved and has a lot of cliffs. There is a lot of history associated with the south coast also. There have been a lot of explorers who have landed here in the past. Relish the beaches present here and also soak in the lovely sunsets. Also, visit the Le Souffleur, where you can find a huge geyser. After that, visit the Blue Bay marine park to go snorkeling. Then, go to the Cavendish bridge, the longest bridge in the nation. Stroll further to reach Rochester falls, a must-visit attraction in this nation. It is a great waterfall created out of special angular basaltic columns. Enjoy a dive from the top of the falls to bathe in the clear waters below.
Day 7: Departure
Today, enjoy visiting the local sights and browsing for lovely souvenirs. Enjoy some luxurious local cuisine from the excellent restaurants that are located close by. Following that, retire to your resort for some rest and relaxation. Then, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.