Watersports - Sightseeing - Diving - Submarine - Adventure Sports - Golf - Back To Ocean Villas Mauritius

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What next after you have been to the best beaches of Mauritius, and most, if not all the must-see tourist attractions? Mountains, deep ravines and gorges offer endless possibilities for trekking, hiking, mountain biking, overnight camping and sea-kayaking. Undoubtedly, the ultimate way to discover the other Mauritius.

Grab a bottle of water, a light jacket, mosquito repellent, tie up your hiking shoes and let our professional and efficient team take care of the permission of entry! Also, you will be able to benefit from their expert knowledge on the terrain and avoid getting lost deep in the forests.

Book with us for an exciting, adrenaline-charged schedule of adventure activities!

The Black River Gorges National Park offers you one of the best trekking opportunities, over an area of more than 6,754 hectares. To ensure that the fauna is not affected by trekking activities and walking tracks have been traced for your convenience. Along the way, you may come across various endemic birds like the pink pigeon and the Mauritius Echo Parakeet, and even see wild monkeys! The principal road through the park is Les Mares - Plaine Champagne - Chamarel Road. Tip : You can pick some Chinese Guavas (May to July) by the Mare Longue lake before heading back up a volcanic route to Petrin.

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Banana Ride
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Black River Peak track
From Plaine Champagne-Chamarel Road, near the main lookout, to the island's highest point (Piton de la Petite Rivièew Noire), it takes about 3 hours to return.

Riverside track
Approximately a 2.5 kilometre walk along or near the Black River upstream of the Visitor Centre to a kiosk by the river.

Macchabée-Black River track
More challenging yet rewarding, this walking track leads from Petrin, through the Macchabée forest and down to the end of the Riverside track at the kiosk below Plateau Remousse. This trek is suitable for all levels and ages with a good health and fitness.

Cascade Cinq Cents Pieds track
A steeper track running down to Alexandra Falls, and counting a 2 km return.

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Banana Ride
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Discover the pleasures of mountain biking in Mauritius, amidst the lush greenery and breathe in the freshness of the morning dew.

Chamarel Ride
An easy ride of 1 hour, around the area of Chamarel Seven Coloured Earths, in the middle of banana trees, pineapple and sugarcane fields.

Chamarel Down Hill
Slightly more challenging than the Chamarel Ride. A great scenic route for lovers of nature. Speed down the valley, past Chamarel Seven Coloured Earths, Chamarel Falls before heading to the South Coast.

South Coast
Starting from Savannah in the morning, a ride on the South coast allows you to see the only break in the coral reefs occurs in the South of Mauritius. From the top of the cliffs, you can witness the wild show as big waves crash in.

Macchabée Forest
A more challenging ride. Do make sure your helmet is on as as you descend the National Park into our indigenous forests. Take time to listen to the song of birds in their natural habitat and keep a watch for our endangered speicies like the echo parakeet, pink pigeon and the kestrel.

Sea kayaking is yet another alternative to enjoying the beautiful and refreshing beaches of Mauritius.

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Péreybère - beginners
Highly recommended for first-timers. Security measures, paddle signals and paddling techniques are being demonstrated. Possibility to snorkel at the reefs.

Ile d'Ambre
Departing from St Antoine in the morning, towards Ile d'Ambre, an islet off the North East coast of Mauritius. Half way, a stopover at Bernache island, where you can re-fuel your body and refresh yourself in the cooling beaches of Bernache island. The final stretch is an easy paddle along the mangroves towards Ile d'Ambre.

West Coast
Paddle in the depths at Tamarin, on the west coast of Mauritius, where you have the opportunity to see spinner dolphins. As you propel your kayak up the Rempart River, you can watch the birds busy in their daily chores.

Kalodyne, Grand Baie
For more challenging sea kayaking, enjoy the view of the North coast as you paddle downwind. Possibility to stop on the reef for snorkelling.

Warwick Bay
From Pointe d'Esny in South East of Mauritius, paddle alongside mangroves, towards the neighbouring islands Ile aux Aigrettes, Ilot Chats and Ilot Singes.