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When in Mauritius ... Never miss visiting this island. Surrounded with blue green ocean with clean crystal clear water. One can enjoy being inside the water whole day and get peace without any other thoughts. Good place to spend weekend with family
Went there on a tour for the day.
Took around 1h and a bit to get to the island by boat as the water was quite low it was hard for the boat to go quick. What was annoying is that our boat driver told...More
A perfect day to spend on this protected island. An hour away from the main island, visiting Ile aux cocos was an eye opening experience. Interesting sea birds and a delicious meal made by the captain’s wife!
Ile aux Cocos is a beautiful island about an hour's boat ride from Rodrigues. It's a gorgeous place, and the guide on the island was nice enough to translate everything into English for my girlfriend and I, despite the fact that the other 30 or...More
A very beautiful place to visit. The guides are good and knowledgeable. There are many birds on the island but they did not bother us during our visit. The place is nice and quiet for a peaceful afternoon but apart from the guided tour there...More
The skippers were very friendly and helpful.th2 trip was Good.nice excursion.lunch was fine but too hot to actually enjoy it.there was 15 of us and alcohol and cold drinks were included but they only brought 6 bt of beer and few soft drinks.that was a...More
We visited this island for the swimming. I understand that it is a sanctuary, but if they are going to have tourists visit the island, they need to have proper facilities for meals and toilets.
I would barely say they have a toilet. It is...More
The island is situated in the west coast of Rodrigues Island. Accessible by boat only and duration 1H20mins. The island has lost of endemic birds and is well protected by Wild Life Foundation.
Food is served on the island. The beach is very sandy and...More