Mauritius is often considered the closest island to Heaven. Surrounded by beautiful coral reefs and crystal clear waters, it surely has a lot to offer its visitors.

Discover in this post the Activities you can do in Mauritius:


Port Louis Half-Day Tour to Explore Mauritius History

This tour will take you through Port Louis and explore Mauritius’ changing history from the transition from the French to British colony to state independence in 1968. And speaking of Mauritius, there is the famous Dodo bird. It is a type of Asian penguin that once lived only in Mauritius and became extinct in the 17th century. Visit the Dodo Museum, which has an exhibition about its huge ‘Dodo Bird’.


Play the turquoise blue sea! Half day tour

Travel on a magnificent catamaran and admire the beautiful crystal clear turquoise waters that symbolize the beauty of Mauritius.
Enjoy swimming and diving in the sea where the coral reef is seen. BBQ lunch on board. Soak up the sun in a tropical setting or relax.


Travel on the Blue Submarine submarine, designed for safety and comfort.

Explore the beautiful deep waters of the Indian Ocean.

The Blue Submarine is the only deep sea exploration submarine in the Indian Ocean, capable of diving up to 35 meters deep. Enjoy the magical and beautiful world of colorful fish, crabs, coral reefs and deep seas that peek out the window of the submarine. You can choose between the large BS-1100 type or the small BS 600 type.


Experience the beautiful nature and traditional culture. Half-day excursion to explore the charm of the north

Northern Mauritius offers panoramic views. A tour that explores the unique charm of the northern region, where traditional culture and history are intertwined.

Visit Port Louis, the colorful Tamil Temple ‘Kaylasson Multicolor Tamil Temple’ and the oldest botanical garden in the southern hemisphere ‘Pamplemousse Botanical Garden’. Pamplemousse is a world famous botanical garden with its endemic and exotic plants.

Don’t miss the unusual giant water lily Victoria Victoria and the Taripot palm trees. Lunch is served in a restaurant in a 19th century building. After lunch go to Cap Marleux via Grand Bay. Stop at the chapel, a symbol of the village with a red roof.