Mauritius is well known in the tourism industry as an island paradise, and its splendor and fame is also due to the islands that surround it, such as the little sister of Mauritius, Rodrigues, but also Ile aux Cerfs (Deer Island), Ile aux Aigrettes (Egret Island) , Ile aux Benitiers and the islands of the North! Each one has characteristics of its own, both in terms of climate and landscape, and all these natural assets make the islands a real paradise.
Ile aux Cerfs
Ile aux Cerfs is a small island off the east coast, in the largest lagoon of Mauritius in Trou d'Eau Douce. Although it has wonderful landscapes, dense vegetation and many trees , the island remains uninhabited.
But this doesn’t mean that the island is deserted because Ile aux Cerfs is one of the major tourist attracations of Mauritius, offering many restaurants and shops. The access to the island is very fast ( 5 minutes ) by either speed boat or glass bottom boat.
Thanks to its landscape and its favorable climate, numerous water sports are available such as parasailing. Furthermore, the island is also famous as a golf destination, with the Touessrok golf course inviting for a game of golf in a spectacular setting.