Ile des Deux Cocos invites you for a pure enjoyment of the highest standards both in comfort and in services provided by a courteous and friendly staff. A day on the private paradise island of Ile des Deux Cocos, has been the highlight of many visitors’ stay in Mauritius and it is a trip not to be missed. In the midst of Blue Bay Marine park, on the South-East coast of Mauritius, the majestic Ile des Deux Cocos (the Island of Coconuts) rises out of the ocean to welcome you to Paradise. This day trip is offered on an all-inclusive basis including boat trip to the island, glass bottom boat trip, snorkeling, delicious lunch buffet and variety of drinks - a dream indulgence. .
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Blue Bay Beach, Pointe d'EsnyWhoever said life is about the journey, not the destination, probably didn't own a private tropical island retreat. Between the unobstructed views, a picturesque villa and the team of dedicated staff, you can pretty much live out your ultimate castaway fantasy on Île des Deux Cocos.This beautiful jewelled pendant in a turquoise ocean lies just off the south east coast of Mauritius. Reserve this island resort in Mauritius for an overnight stay, visit for day trips, or host your own exclusive party or special event, including weddings and anniversaries.To the south of this island resort in Mauritius, the dramatic ocean is an ever-changing spectacle of waves pounding against the coral reef. In contrast, to the north, tranquil, sandy white beaches border Blue Bay Marine Reserve, one of the most stunning spots for snorkelling in all of Mauritius. The Villa, built in the 1920s by the British Governor of Mauritius, Sir Hesketh Bell, has been completely restored to its original glory. Highlights include a shaded Moroccan-style courtyard, a fragrant garden laden with bougainvillea, swimming pool and of course, your very own private speedboat. Here a gentle sea breeze caresses, the ocean shines blue, and the only traffic is the procession of fish between coral. Welcome to a little piece of paradise afloat in the Indian Ocean.Duration: 6 hours