Located at 1 km off the coast of Mahebourg – south-east of Mauritius –, Ile aux Aigrettes is the biggest island in Grand Port bay. It is a small coral island that stretches over 25 hectares. The island has been declared a nature reserve and is now taken care of by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation.
Learning can be fun! Kids will be able to learn more on the animals and plants that are present only on this island. Who are the explorers and colons that came to Mauritius? How are its fauna and flora? You can find all the answers – and so much more – in this educational booklet.
Are you looking to embark on an adventure to Ile aux Aigrettes? You will find all the useful tips for a safe journey in here. For example, in order to protect the island’s fragile nature, it is important not to pick plants or flowers or eat on the footpath. You will also discover the island’s two existing tracks along with helpful contact numbers for your reservation.