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Bluebay Marine Park, Mahebourg

Categories: Reefs, Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.1/5 based on 300 reviews on the web
Explore the underwater diversity at Bluebay Marine Park, a protected stretch of water including the lagoon and an impressive crest of coral. Take a glass-bottomed boat out into the depths to spot damselfish, butterfly fish, and large trumpet fish swimming in colorful schools. Enjoy snorkeling in the calm, clear waters and opt for a guided tour to further explore the wealth of habitats here, from white sandy beaches to mangroves. Take underwater photos of over 50 different species of coral in the park. Plan to see Bluebay Marine Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Mahebourg itinerary builder.
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  • Loved this and nice to see Mauritian families having fun. Gorgeous coloured sea, not commercialised. Few boat owners around the site wanting you to sign up for their boat but other than that no proble...  read more »
  • a must if you want to swim in a natural aquarium! We even had the chance to see a turtle from the glass bottom boat
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  • Lovely white sand beaches with loads of water activities to go for. ..we opted to the glass bottom boat ride. ..corals and marine life is something you have to witness. ..lovely day we had. .. 
  • We did a day trip to Ille Cerf island. Part of the trip was snorkeling in the blue lagoon. It was unbelievable with crystal clear waters and some awesome marine life. I really recommend the trip, it also include lunch on a beach.
  • It is a real shame how this once stunning rare coral has been managed I visited 10 years ago and returned last May and was devastated when I saw it again!! I say it but there's hardly any of it left! The beach and the land around the coral is still nice the people are still gentle and's a travesty it's been lost.
  • Coral reef is dead. Few fish in comparison to a couple a years ago. It is a pitty. Mauritians build new hotels around the lagoon without attention to the Marine Parc. Meanwhile, croal is regrowing in front of Ile aux Aigrettes at Pointe D'Esny.
  • This is where you can book for the Glass Bottom Boat trip... look for the green T-Shirt 😊
  • Stunning, who needs to Scuba Dive? It's
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