Ile Aux Aigrettes and Ile Des Deux Cocos Island day-tour
Starting from Pointe Jerome, located on the southeast side of the Mauritius coast, you will head to Ile Aux Aigrettes where you can visit the 25-hectare nature reserve. The reserve is a scientific research station for the plant and animal life housed in those beautiful territories. It is part of the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, the non-governmental organization that protects endangered flora and fauna species. The tour continues towards Blue Bay, where you will be left in awe looking at the perfectly white sand beaches of Ile Des Deux Cocos.
After enjoying some refreshments, you will head to villa Follies, built over 100 years ago by the British Governor Sir Hesketh Bell. From an architectural point of you, the style of the villa merges British and Creole. Following, you will get to discover a whole underwater world from the glass bottom of a cruise boat that will be taking you around Blue Bay Marine. At the end of the cruise, you can enjoy a delicious lunch order and then keep exploring the island.