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Ile aux Cerfs, Mauritius

(3.7/5 based on 4,200+ reviews on the web)
An uninhabited island in the largest lagoon in the country, Ile aux Cerfs offers relaxation and activity in equal measure. The 87 hectare (214 acre) island boasts shining white sand beaches and thick, lush plant life, with wilder areas ripe for exploration. More manicured parts balance things out with golf courses and beach resort entertainment, including bars and restaurants. The island gets its name from the stags brought here to be hunted for sport. None remain on the island today, but the wide sandy beaches offer sport of a different variety, with multiple companies renting out equipment and providing lessons for snorkeling, diving, parasailing, sailing, and more. Note that crowds of both locals and tourists arrive by midday. By using our Beau Champ holiday planner, you can arrange your visit to Ile aux Cerfs and other attractions in Beau Champ.
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  • Feel free to look for a beach away from the crowds if you don't pratiquezpas the sports available on-site. Preferably arrive early in the morning and watch out for sea urchins!
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  • If you go to Maurice on visit to Deer Island, the area is very beautiful the catamaran ride is very nice by visiting the waterfall you will see small cute monkeys don't forget bananas. You will then have lunch under the Palapas it's nice.
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  • As part of a tour of Blue Bay, we did stop in a first time on an isolated part of the island or we attend a barbecue under a large tarp then we made a stopover in her left tourism with entertainment, restaurants, shops and addicted branch for children it was "the day of slavery" day holiday to the Island Mauritius it was a considerable crowd and it was really a sample of the local population people you wanted to say hello and offered you pulled beers of a floating cooler! On entering the River, you're in line to get to a waterfall (photo) of the premises offer the spectacle of divers (photo) and you can feed the monkeys (photo) along the shore
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