Mauritius is a paradise for watersports lovers! The top watersports in Mauritius include parasailing, kayaking, water skiing, windsurfing, deep-sea fishing, dolphin spotting and whale watching, snorkeling among the coral reefs.
At Pointe aux Piments on the northwest coast, you can swim in a reef teeming with vibrant corals and multihued fish Embrace your adventurous spirit and try your hand at one of these top things to do in Mauritius!
And don’t forget to go on a catamaran ride in Mauritius as well as day cruises!
Over three percent of the island is covered in national parks or reserves – including Black River Gorges National Park, Île aux Aigrettes, La Vallée de Ferney and tiny Bras d’Eau – and there are a host of outdoor activities available, from hiking and cycling to canyoning and skydiving. The cooler, drier months from June to September are best for being outdoors. Over the past decade, the island has also become a top-flight golf destination, while numerous hotels and resorts have tennis facilities.