Exclusive Speedboat Trip with Dolphins Encounter
|Operating Days||All Days|
|Transportation||Offered as Supplement|
|Comment||This activity is weather dependent|
2-hour Exclusive Speedboat Trip with Dolphins Encounter - Overview
Enjoy a 2-hour Private Speedboat Trip, including a snorkelling break and dolphins encounter on the West Coast of Mauritius.
The private speedboat takes you along the South West coast of Mauritius which is considered to be one of the most beautiful and serene areas of the island. Starting from Black River, you will cruise along the West coast for 2 hours where you can spend a relaxing time onboard admiring the spectacular coastal views of the West side of the island and have the opportunity to view these magnificent marine mammals- dolphins, swimming and occasionally leaping.
- Private Trip on a Speedboat offering comfort and space
- A unique chance to encounter dolphins in their natural habitat
- Spectacular coastal views of the West side of the island
- Discover one of the most beautiful and serene areas of the island
2-hour Exclusive Speedboat Trip with Dolphins Encounter - Inclusions
- Private trip on a speedboat
- Cruise along West Coast
- Opportunity to spot dolphins
- Snorkelling break
- Safety equipment and Security measures on board
- Snorkelling equipment
Transport is available for an additional supplement and will include pick up and drop off from any hotel / place of accommodation in Mauritius.
You can choose from a selection of vehicles types:
All drivers speak fluent English and French (Upon special request we can organize drivers who speak additional languages). The drivers, citizens of Mauritius, will be happy to provide you with information about Mauritius and each of its sights.
All drivers are very professional, time efficient and friendly. There is high emphasis on being always on time and providing reliable devoted service to customers.
La Balise Marina Black River, South Western Region
06:00 / 06:30
|Return time||08:00 / 08:30|
- Departure from Black River beach
- Cruise along the West Coast
- Stop to admire the coastal views of the West side of the island
- Dolphins encounter in their natural habitat
- Stop in Key location for snorkeling break in the Indian Ocean
- Back to La Balise Marina
2-hour Private Speedboat Trip with Dolphins Encounter
The speedboat will head towards a specific area where you can encounter dolphins in their natural habitat. This is a unique chance to see these magnificent marine mammals swimming and occasionally leaping. Dolphins are highly social animals, and in Mauritius, they often live in pods of up to a dozen individuals. They can be observed swimming from the west coast of Mauritius, on their way to the deep sea off the coast of the Le Morne peninsula.
Then, the speedboat will stop at a key location, where you can enjoy a snorkelling break in the Indian Ocean. Snorkelling is a great way to get a glimpse into the mesmerizing marine life and the underwater world of Mauritius.
Enjoy exploring the rich diverse marine ecosystem in our crystal-clear waters. Don’t be surprised if you come across turtles and a range of colourful fish including angelfish, damselfish and clownfish, amongst others.
Additional Information about Dolphins in Mauritius
Dolphins are perhaps the most fantastic of all the creatures that live in the ocean. Cheerful and playful, dolphins are a symbol of intelligence and grace.
The most common dolphins in Mauritius are the Bottlenose Dolphin and the Spinner Dolphin.
The Bottlenose Dolphin and the Spinner Dolphin have chosen the West Coast of Mauritius as their place for rest and sleep, before heading to the deep sea for their fishing.
The Bottlenose Dolphin is one of the most common and well-known dolphins. Bottlenose Dolphins are grey in colour and measure between 2 to 4 meters (6.6 and 13 ft) long, and weigh between 150 and 650 kilograms (330 and 1,400 lb). Bottlenose Dolphins live in groups called pods that typically have about 15 dolphins, but group size varies from solitary bottlenose dolphins to groups of over 100 or even occasionally over 1000 dolphins. Their diet consists mainly of small fish.
The Spinner Dolphin is dark grey, with darker patches in the tailstock, back and throat. Usually it has a creamy-white patch on the belly though this varies considerably. The beak is distinctively long and thin, with a dark tip. The fins are also lengthy for dolphins of this size. Adults vary in size from 120 cm to 235 cm and weigh from 23 kg to 78 kg. Individuals reach maturity at 4-7 years (females) and 7-10 years (males). The Spinner Dolphins congregate in groups that vary from just a few dolphins to great schools numbering thousands.
- Sun block cream for sun protection
- Spare clothes.
- Snorkeling equipment
|Boat charter (6 persons)||350 Euro|