Discover the most beautiful and secluded islets around Mauritius
Discover Mauritius differently with The Islets of Mauritius that includes nearly a hundreds of tiny islets and rocks scattered around the coast of Mauritius as well as Rodrigues island.
Gabriel Island near the coast of Mauritius, the island is popular for the nature lovers. You will find many catamaran cruises around the island that take off every morning. Small but beautiful island harbouring one of Mauritius’s nature treasures: an endemic shrub with interesting pharmaceutical properties which exists exclusively on Gabriel Island.
Ile aux Cerfs
Ile aux Cerfs is an island inside the magnificent lagoon of Trou d'Eau Douce This is one of the most frequented by tourists islets. Every weekend, Mauritians and tributaries travelers in large numbers to enjoy the sun and beaches of the island deer. The island will enchant you with its white sand and its diverse range of activities. The Ile aux Cerfs is autonomous because you can enjoy all the comfort without having to leave, such as restaurants, activities and watersports. There are many activities available on the island, speed boat, kayaking and paragliding and even golf.
Coin de Mire
Coin du Mire, also called Gunner's Quoin, measures just 65 hectares and lies 8 km north of Mauritius. There are remnants of a sugar plantation set up by Dutch settlers. Gunner's Quoin is near Flat Island.
The flat island is an uninhabited island located in the north of Mauritius and dependent of the Republic of Mauritius. It forms one of the country's national parks.
ile des deux Cocos
Île aux deux Cocos, the island, located off the southern coast of Grand Port, is named after the two abandoned coconut plantations. You can now rent a villa on this private tropical island retreat.
Ile aux Aigrettes
Aigrettes Island is an island located about 800 m off the south east coast of Mauritius. Named after a white bird with long legs fisherman, "Egrets", pronounced as "bird", which is now enjoyed on the uninhabited island, the island is a nature reserve Egrets. The Island Egrets consists of coral limestone unlike most islands off the Mauritian coast are of volcanic origin. This small island is an ideal place for visitors who love the nature and history of the island.