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Anonymous asked 9 months ago

Hello, I will be leaving tomorrow with my three children (11 years old and twin 4-year-olds). We will be staying in Flic en Flac for a week and I would like to go to Chamarel and take a short walk in the Black River Gorges National Park on the same day. Therefore, I am looking for a taxi for the day with a good price. Do you have any contacts for me with a price range as I have a very limited budget? Thank you.

Mauritius by Ride answered 9 months ago

Il vous faut un superbe itinéraire pour regarder tout île. Envoyez nous vos plans, nous j’organise tout! Voyez Mauritius by Ride . Des excursions moto et voitures. Je fait le rando avec vous, je vous suis partout!

Vishesh Seetah answered 9 months ago

Vashil R Mrz taxi service

Isnard Stephano Celine answered 9 months ago

Holy spirit cruise-Flic en Flac

Alexandria Banks answered 9 months ago

To be honest with 3 kids it won’t be a cheap day out🌷

Jonathan Juste answered 9 months ago

Bonjour bienvenue sur l’île,pour taxi guide Kestrel Azur Tours

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