Private Full Day Speed Boat Excursion

Experience Details: Private Full Day Speed Boat Excursion

We encourage a very early departure for a peaceful & respectful swimming experience with the mammals: Departure at 6:15am in Winter and 5:30am in Summer. We observe and swim with them for approximately 60 min to 90 min. Then we cruise to our favorite snorkeling spot at the Natural Aquarium to see the tropical sea life: clams, fishes, starfish, corals… We will also stop to take pictures at the famous Crystal Rock in the White Lagoon.Before the crowd arrives on Benitiers Island, the crew will prepare your homemade Mauritian BBQ lunch: smoked marlin salad as a starter, fresh fish, shrimp brochettes & salad with fresh lobsters in supplement if you feel like it. Vegetarian option available on demand.Not to forget the drinks: soft drinks, beers, local ti punch & wine. We finish this Mauritian lunch, feet in the sand with the very famous banana flambé on the barbecue! After this awesome day, we promise that you will speak Creole fluently 😉 On our sustainable journey, please note that we avoid serving red meats and chicken. Thank you for understanding and supporting this mindset.For your comfort, all the snorkeling equipment is provided on board as well as homemade banana bread in the morning.➞ Please note that the number of dolphins on the spot and the animals’ behaviour change everyday. We do not control these two factors as they are wild and cannot predict the encounters in advance. Our team adapts and does its best to offer you a memorable interaction.Maximum Capacity per boat is 7 people. You can book the boat (price remains the same for up to 4 guests) and at the bottom specify any additional people to each boat.

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