Excursions / Nature / Islet Escapade

An exciting trip around the islets of the south-east coast

FULL DAY *** INCLUDED • Transfer • Guide • Lunch • Drinks • Glass Bottom Boat

From Pointe Jérôme on the south-east coast, a boat will take you to the 25-hectare nature reserve of Île-aux-Aigrettes. Managed by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, this conservation islet houses indigenous plants and coastal ebony forests.

The trip continues to Blue Bay and the beautiful white sand beaches of Île des Deux Cocos. After refreshments, visit the Follies, which, built 100 years ago by British Governor Sir Hesketh Bell, blends British and Moorish architecture with Creole style. Then, discover the marine environment by snorkelling or on a glass-bottom boat trip in the protected Marine park of Blue Bay. After lunch, the island is all yours to explore at leisure.

Don't Forget

● Sun Cream
● Beach Towel
● Mosquito Repellent
● Snorkel


Observe rare species like the pink pigeon, the colourful day gecko and the giant aldabra tortoise in their natural environment. At the enchanting Follies, discover Moroccan style courtyards with bougainvillea. For lunch, delight in different culinary styles while listening to music by local artists.

Did You Know?

SummerTimes is supporting MWF on Ile aux Aigrettes, by offering a donation for every participant joining this excursion.