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We had badly weather, but this is not the reason for this bad rating. We bought the tickets on the beach for the tour, and the man told us it will be also including snorkling- that it wasnt true. The stuf on the boat was...More
We took a catamaran to the islands. Was a great trip. More on a separate rating. Ilot Gabriel beach, is one of the most beautiful beaches ever. Super white sand surrounded by the most beautiful blue ocean. From the island visited, this was beautiful but...More
Not worth it. The island is beautiful in its own rights but definitely not worth the 1 hour plus of travelling here to see it. Go to pereybere or ile aux cerf instead. The island is really small and there’s simply nothing much to do...More
When you approach this island on the catamaran, it truly is breathtaking. Simply stunning, there are many other cats around but just looking at this glorious island brings joy. Then you get on the island. What a disappointment! No shade, unless you willing to pay...More
If in catamaran cruise this is a stop where they leave you for about an hour or two to spend time. There is nothing great about the place apart from the fact that it's a serene place which has not been commercialised yet. The greatest...More
Îlot us a French word means small island. The Gabriel island is situated in Indian ocean and surrounded by reef, corals and various sea life.
We we have taken catamaran Cruise to travel this location. The journey is breathtaking. Thanks ocean water is ink blue...More
Went with catamaran with family. Had the 58 seater with maybe 25 on board so ample seating for all. All shoes, savettes etc had to be taken off and put in a box, you get them back once you get to the island.
When you think of paradise this is what it looks like!!!
The place is stunning - blue water and white sand. I only wished I could have stayed longer.
This is definitely a must do and I'm so glad we visited. We were considering not...More