QuestionsSports-ActivitiesLooking for the best snorkelling trip while staying at Beachcomber Le Cannonier
Anonymous asked 4 weeks ago

Looking for the best snorkelling trip while staying at Beachcomber Le Cannonier, Mauritius. Location doesn't matter, thanks!

Ganessen Vythilingum answered 4 weeks ago

Blue bay marine Park 💙

Sirena Moris answered 4 weeks ago

Take a private boat for five island with Sirena Moris You will get different spots for snorkeling, dolphin watch

Naf Sai answered 4 weeks ago

Hello do check Mauritius Tour Guide about what is a must to do thank you see you soon ❤️❤️❤️🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺

Johaness Cruises answered 4 weeks ago

While doing the 5 islands

Aktaar Mohammad answered 4 weeks ago

check with Mauritius vip Tours & transfers

Precious Ruby answered 4 weeks ago

Check with Mauritius vip Tours & transfers official taxi with permit and personal guide

Jill Holloway answered 4 weeks ago

Right there is a good place to start. Just get a buouy and you’ll have excellent snorkelling just outside the lagoon

NI Vic Seedheeyan answered 4 weeks ago

Contact us Super Express Excursion …

Jadee Fernandes McGowan answered 4 weeks ago

Vitamin sea is amazing. Otherwise the boat that is off the jetty also does great snorkelling trips

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