Ile aux Aigrettes is a tiny coral island (25 hectares) just off the coast of the town of Mahebourg. It's been declared a nature conservation site and is being preserved today by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation. This tour on Ile aux Aigrettes takes about one and a half hours with an additional 10 minutes each way for the boat trip. As part of this tour, you will discover Ile aux Aigrettes and enjoy original Mauritian nature with an expert guide alongside leading the way. You will discover plants and animals, unique to Mauritius, and found nowhere else in the world. Even though some of them have come close to extinction like the pink pigeon, a bird that was in danger of extinction for many years, you will be able to see the beautiful bird on this trip.
Île Aux Aigrettes 2-hour bird watching experience
- See rare birds like the pink pigeon
- Have a professional expert guide during this tour
- Perfect for nature lovers
- Guided walking tour
- Transportation in air-conditioned vehicle
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Tips (optional)
Pick-up from your hotel in Mauritius
During booking, you will be asked to provide your pick-up address. Please confirm the pick-up place and time directly with the local operator whose contact information can be found in the voucher after booking.
- Please wear sunscreen, sneakers, mosquito repellent, and water
- Please confirm the pick-up place and time directly with our local operator at least 48 hours before departure. You can find their contact information in the voucher after booking
- Daily at 9.00am
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