About The Activity
Enjoy the scoot over the coral reefs and get up more close and personal with tropical fish while never being in any danger. Comfortably seated one behind the other (one or two people can ride the scooter together), on height adjustable seats, you can breathe normally inside a big broad common transparent and panoramic glass dome and enjoy a 360 degrees panoramic view.
You will enjoy a full view of the reef and of the marine life of Mauritius and will discover its marine flora and fauna.
All along the adventure you can communicate with your partner and share your comments, views and enjoy this experience together.
The underwater submarine scooter excursion starts with a boat trip to the operation platform where you will first be acquainted with the underwater scooter.
Before going on the adventure you will receive full briefing about the easy control of the underwater scooter, and will be equipped with a diving suit provided for warmth and full safety.
The underwater scooter is very easy to pilot, with a steering wheel, two accelerator pedals and a single button to control the depth level. You only need to press the button to dive or to go up to the sea surface, as easy as that.
The air inside the cabin (head cupola) is permanently regenerated, and there is also a backup air system to guarantee your maximum safety. The cabin is also equipped with an alarm button which you can use anytime to draw the attention of the divers which accompany you during your underwater adventure.
Upon your return on the platform, you will have the opportunity to freshen up and wash off the salt in the changing room provided with showers.
Complimentary refreshments will be served before heading back to shore by boat.
The underwater trip takes about 40 minutes, and the total duration of this excursion is about 2 hours.
Please note that it is also possible to go on the underwater scooter excursion in groups of up to 5 scooters (up to 10 people in total).
All the underwater scooters are approved and certified by the international authorities for design and safety at sea.