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Booking: Quad/Buggy at Casela – 1 Hour or 2 Hours – Lunch Optional
Quick InfoLocation South West Operating Hours 09:00 - 17:00 Operating Days Monday to Sunday Duration Flexible
Quad at Casela
Enjoying one hour or two hours of quad or buggy in the Yemen natural park along a haven for all sorts of native wildlife. Outings for 2 hours can be either 09hr or 14h30 and 1 hour at 12h30. A quad biking or buggy in the reserve of Yemen park among the beautiful wild animals around 1 or 2 hours is an amazing experience which can be done mainly from the age of 16 years and a minimum height of 1,35m.Experience the excitement of riding a quad is a must.
Conditions & More Details:
- Entrance ticket is not included
- Lunch is optional
- Online payment is welcomed
Casela Tour | Interaction with Lion | Quad Biking
Experience the excitement of riding a quad on a rugged plateau and come across zebras, ostriches and African antelopes in their natural environment. For true fans, get up close and personal with the lion king through an encounter of a unique kind. Get your picture taken while you give the beast a pat and feel the sudden surge of emotions. What a feeling to roam alongside the king of the jungle!View Details
Entrance to Casela – Booking of ticket for free
The Casela Nature and Leisure Park is located in the western part of Mauritius between Flic en Flac and Tamarin.In the park you can see around 1500 birds of over 150 species and a variety of animals such as the impressive giant turtles and various mammals such as lions and monkeys. The park is set up with a variety of beautiful exotic plants and flowers. Moreover on the ground of the parks are located the delicious restaurant and a beautiful lookout point with stunning views over the west coast.View Details
Tour: Speedboat With Dolphin Watch + 7 Color Soil Chamarel + Casela Visit
A unique experience: Dolphins encounter in their natural environment. Swim and snorkeling with dolphins on the west coast of Mauritius.The seven colour earth is a natural phenomenon and a prominent tourist attraction.The colors evolved through conversion of basaltic lava to clay minerals.View Details
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