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Full day catamaran cruise to Gabriel island in Mauritius

"Treat yourself a memorable day aboard a catamaran to Gabriel island in Mauritius"

Full day catamaran cruise to Gabriel island starting from Grand Bay

This catamaran cruise to Gabriel island is the most well-known and most demanding catamaran cruise in Mauritius. Choosing this catamaran cruise is the assurance it will be the highlight of your holiday in Mauritius.

This full day catamaran tour to Gabriel island is all about sailing in the deep blue sea, relax on a remote island, good foods, lots of drinks, have joyous moments on the boat with live music and dancing.

Gabriel island is a small uninhabited island located around 12 kilometres from the north of Mauritius and around 17 kilometres from Grand Bay. This island is mainly used as tourist leisure destination. Unlike ile-aux-cerfs, Gabriel island is just a bare island covered with wild endemic plants. Due to the distance separating it from the motherland, guests can expect to spend idyllic hours in an unpolluted romantic setting.

Far away in the middle of the ocean, amidst lot of blue, turquoise crystal-clear water, lots of sunshine, nice sandy white beaches and flocks of white birds soaring all around are what is waiting for the perfect romantic paradise setting. This is what to expect from the destination of the catamaran tour to Gabriel island in Mauritius. .

Creatures such as flying fishes, turtles and dolphins are expected to be seen during sailing well as on the islands lots of straw-tail birds can be seen soaring above the catamaran. The lagoon of Gabriel island is a paradise for snorkelers to discover beautiful corals and multicoloured fishes.

Transfers for catamaran cruise.

Our rate do not include transfer. Transfers can be organize, on demand, at extra charge.

Lunch during catamaran cruise.

Meal include barbecued fish, chicken and chicken sausage accompany by rice, pasta, bread cooked and raw salads. Season fruits for dessert.

Drinks during catamaran cruise.

Local beers, wine, rum, punch, water and other non-alcoholic fizzy drinks available at will throughout the day.

Special meal request.

We provide vegetarian meal on demand. Client with special needs must inform us about it with sufficient time prior to cruise date so that we can bring necessary modification.

Program (7 hours)

Participants are expected to be in Grand bay at latest 8h30 for payment procedures and boarding.

Boarding starts at 9h00 at the Sunset Boulevard in Grand Bay. After a briefing by the captain about the cruise, the catamaran will sail for around 1:30 hours towards Gabriel island. At Gabriel island guests will have free time to enjoy the beach, snorkeling and sunbathing. A delicious barbecued lunch will be served on the boat. After lunch, musicians will play music and will initiate participants to the séga dance. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are served throughout the day.

After having a nice fun party on the boat free time will be allowed to guest for snorkeling around the catamaran till 14:30 after which they will re-embark to sail back to Grand Bay.

*Due to circumstances beyond our control, the program below can be slightly modified without notice


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Safia – July 05, 2016:

This catamaran cruise to Gabriel island is definitively the trip to do. Excellent organisation. The skippers were very professional.

Johan – December 08, 2016:

I enjoyed their live music and dancing “Li tourné li tourné”

Dag – June 25, 2017:

What a wonderful day. Would surely do it again if I return back to Mauritius.

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By public bus /Rented car

Contact us for more information if you prefer to come to us by public bus or by a rented car .

By our bus

Our rate do not include road transfer. Please arrange your own. Alternatively, we can organize it at extra charge.

By Taxi

Your taxi driver will know where to drop you off. Else, ask to call us.

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