Adventure Sports
Most Popular Activities in Mauritius
Catamaran Excursions
Ile aux Cerfs outing
Dolphin Watching
Diving
Deep Sea Fishing
Line Fishing
Snorkeling
Watersports

Adventure in Mauritius
Trekking
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Sea Kayaking
Bungee Jumping

Island Activities in Mauritius
Golf
Horse Racing
Karting
Waterpark
Spa & Massage

Nightlife in Mauritius
Sega Shows
Bars
Night Clubbing
Casino


Other Topics
Where to Stay
Beaches in Mauritius
What to See
Islets Around
Tours
What to Eat
Shopping in Mauritius
Facts on Mauritius


Sea Kayaking in Mauritius

Sea kayaking is yet another alternative to enjoying the beautiful and refreshing beaches of Mauritius.

Péreybčre

Highly recommended for first-timers. Security measures, paddle signals and paddling techniques are being demonstrated. Possibility to snorkel at the reefs.

Ile d'Ambre

Departing from St Antoine in the morning, towards Ile d'Ambre, an islet off the North East coast of Mauritius. Half way, a stopover at Bernache island, where you can re-fuel your body and refresh yourself in the cooling beaches of Bernache island. The final stretch is an easy paddle along the mangroves towards Ile d'Ambre.

West Coast

Paddle in the depths at Tamarin, on the west coast of Mauritius, where you have the opportunity to see spinner dolphins. As you propel your kayak up the Rempart River, you can watch the birds busy in their daily chores.

Kalodyne, Grand Baie

For more challenging sea kayaking, enjoy the view of the North coast as you paddle downwind. Possibility to stop on the reef for snorkelling.

Warwick Bay

From Pointe d'Esny in South East of Mauritius, paddle alongside mangroves, towards the neighbouring islands Ile aux Aigrettes, Ilot Chats and Ilot Singes.