Discover the cultural richness of the island, the different spices and flavours, you will be fascinated by the quality and diversity of the ingredients, the smells and colors and even share a traditional cooked meal.
Our tour also offer unique discoveries of remarkable and exceptional products at the ‘Hands of Fame’ and an amazing trip to Ile aux Aigrettes, a Nature Reserve anchored at about 800meters off the south east coast of Mauritius.
The Mauritius Glass Gallery is a glass foundry where skilled craftsmen create unique handmade pieces of art from glass. At the Mauritius Glass Gallery, 100%-recycled glass is blown back to life into a myriad of forms and a dazzling kaleidoscope of colors. You will also be able to witness and appreciate the amazing world of glass blowing and glass ornaments. You can watch the traditional glass-blowing process or have a glass model made from an imprint of your hand or foot in sand.
Engage in an authentic cooking class and discover the local flavours of Mauritian species and products along with a personal chef. Those cooking classes will introduce you to the little secrets of our exotic Mauritian/Creole cuisine, a true explosion of colors, senses and flavors for you to prepare these authentic creole dishes in your own kitchen back home and impress! You also get the chance to explore the streets and local markets to buy some fresh vegetables and species.
Take part of an eco tour to Ile aux aigrettes wildlife foundation and discover the numerous endengered species on the island. This unique nature reserve is situated in the Mahebourg Bay, about 850 m off the south-east coast of Mauritius. The island has been declared a nature conservation site and today is being preserved by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation.
Mauritius has thousands hectares of forest and fields which offers a hunting pleasure to the manful and brave travelers. You will be mesmerized by the beautiful and amazing views of the island private hunting domains.
Hunting Season: Between June and September