Île aux Cerfs

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Not to be confused with Cerf Island.
Île aux Cerfs
Île aux Cerfs is located in Mauritius
Île aux Cerfs
Île aux Cerfs (Mauritius)
Location in Mauritius
Geography
Location East coast of Mauritius
Coordinates 20°16′20″S 57°48′15″E / 20.27222°S 57.80417°E / -20.27222; 57.80417Coordinates: 20°16′20″S 57°48′15″E / 20.27222°S 57.80417°E / -20.27222; 57.80417
Country
Demographics
Population 0

Île aux Cerfs (in English: Deer Island) is a privately owned island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq District.

The island is the property of a five star hotel (The Touessrok Hotel), featuring a golf course and beaches. Every day Mauritians and tourists visit the island; they depart in boats from the village of Trou d'Eau Douce and spend the whole day on the island.

Catamaran cruises are also proposed from Pointe Jerome (Mahebourg).

Several water sports activities are available on the island.

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