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Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (MWF)

Grannum Road, Vacoas, Mauritius
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Eco Tour lle aux Aigrettes

Great animal bird tortoise (baby and adult )nature tour with Benny a MWF trained guide on this... read more

Reviewed January 16, 2016
jackandco2016
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Greater Melbourne, Australia
via mobile
good job

began in 2009, the project aims at restoration , conservation and management of its forest in... read more

Reviewed January 14, 2016
Kebawetse M
,
Nata, Botswana
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Ile aux Aigrettes is a small (27 ha) island situated in the Mahebourg Bay, about 850 m off the south-east coast of Mauritius. Unlike the mainland which is of volcanic origin, Ile aux Aigrettes is made up of coralline limestone. It is home to the last remnants of dry coastal forest, once found around most of Mauritius.
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Jan 16, 2016
“Eco Tour lle aux Aigrettes”
Jan 14, 2016
“good job”
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Grannum Road, Vacoas, Mauritius
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Reviewed 16 January 2016 via mobile

Great animal bird tortoise (baby and adult )nature tour with Benny a MWF trained guide on this conservation island followed by snorkel At blue bay beach 5 minutes away. Great for families with kids 8 yrs to teens. Jack & Co Australia

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Reviewed 14 January 2016

began in 2009, the project aims at restoration , conservation and management of its forest in Chamarel. this is where we saw the more than 200 years old tortoise and the seven coloured earth. the place has lots of palms which we were told is...More

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