QuestionsSports-ActivitiesAsk a lot of questions about your 5 island boat trip to make sure you’re getting the best experience
Anonymous asked 4 months ago

Ask a lot of questions about your 5 island boat trip to make sure you’re getting the best experience for the price. For example: - what kind of boat you’ll be going on - speed boat or catamaran etc to make sure you get your preference - is it a shared boat or private? - will you have access to walk on the islands you visit or does it have to be prearranged? - is snorkelling equipment provided? - what is provided at lunch? Is lobster included? Not all tours provide the same lunch. Had an enjoyable trip on 5 islands tour but didn’t get to do everything that other tours were doing so felt a bit disappointed. No “extra” options were mentioned so thought I’d share here. Paid over 5000 MUR per person.

Ashwin G. R. Indoo answered 4 months ago

I have never done that trip. While I was still living in Mauritius the fee rounded to 2500 on average per person. But that was lodging, 2 meals a day plus the trip included per head. This number is from 6 years ago when I was interested in that trip myself. It is appalling that ripping tourists is what we have resorted to.

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