Mauritius Catamaran Cruises - West Coast Dolphins Cruise

The West Coast catamaran cruise is an enjoyable day of relaxation and fun while discovering the Mauritius West Coast. Cruise along and discover the beautiful scenery of one of the least populated touristic areas of Mauritius- but definitely one of the most beautiful.

You will enjoy a catamaran cruise along the south-west coast of Mauritius, discover the beautiful area and will most likely encounter dolphins in Tamarin Bay, which is a great highlight for itself.

Mauritius Catamaran Cruise - West Coast

This catamaran west coast cruise offers a great combination of nature, beautiful lagoons, encountering dolphins in their natural habitat and enjoying the cruising experience.

All catamaran cruises on the west coast of Mauritius depart from Black River (near Tamarain Bay).


The selection of catamaran cruises on the West Coast of Mauritius includes:

All Inclusive Catamaran Cruise - West Coast

All Inclusive Catamaran Cruise - West Coast

Luxury Catamaran Cruise with Dolphins Encounter..


South West6 hrs 30 mins

Catamaran Cruise - See Dolphins + Visit Benitiers Island + Lunch

Catamaran Cruise - See Dolphins + Visit Benitiers Island + Lunch

Discover dolphins in Tamarin Bay and explore Crystal Rock and Benitiers Island on a full-day catamar..


South West6 hrs

Exclusive West Coast Catamaran Cruise

Exclusive West Coast Catamaran Cruise

Full Day Private Catamaran Cruise, including Lunch & Drinks..


South West6 hrs

Full Day Catamaran Cruise at Benitiers Island

Full Day Catamaran Cruise at Benitiers Island

Full Day Catamaran Cruise with Breakfast & Lunch..


South West6 hrs 30 mins

Private Luxurious Catamaran Cruise - Benitiers Island

Private Luxurious Catamaran Cruise - Benitiers Island

Private Luxurious Catamaran Cruise with Snorkelling Break and Lunch..


South West6 hrs

Mauritius Catamaran Cruise - West Coast

Information about the area (South West Coast)

The South west of Mauritius is definitely one of the most impressive, nature rich areas, with high mountains, sky rocking cliffs and endless forest.

On the west coast you will get to see beautiful beaches and lagoons, and the impressive mountains of the south of Mauritius.

The unique wildness, tranquility and calmness of the west coast attracts an increasing number of people every year.

More information about the West Coast Catamaran Cruises in Mauritius

After departing from Black River, you will head to Tamarin Bay so you can encounter dolphins in their natural habitat. This is a unique chance to explore the lives of these magnificent marine mammals in their aquatic habitat.

Mauritius Catamaran Cruise - West Coast

During the cruise, in some key locations, the catamaran will stop for snorkeling breaks, where you can enjoy a swim and snorkeling inside the lagoon or enjoy the sun and drinks on board the catamaran.

The west coast is rich with marine life, and it is a great opportunity to have a glimpse into the beauty of Mauritius’ amazing underwater world. You will be able to see the amazing marine life, full with hundreds of bright-colored fish!

After the snorkeling break, you will enjoy a full delicious BBQ lunch buffet set onboard the catamaran.

Later you will head towards the Crystal Rock, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Rempart Mountain range and Black River along the way. You will continue sailing in the direction of Benitiers Island for a short visit to the Island and afterwards you will sail back to Tamarin and Black River.


About Benitiers Island

Benitiers Island (Île aux Benitiers) is a rather large island, with coconut plantations. The island is located inside the big lagoon of the west coast, totally protected from waves and sea currents off the coast of La Gaulette. On the northern tip of Benitiers Island, there are small colonies of migratory birds.

As part of the price of the catamaran cruise, a full delicious BBQ lunch buffet is served onboard the catamaran. Also, included in the price of the cruise is an open bar offered throughout the day including free beverages both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.