Situated off the northeast coast of Mauritius, near Grand Gaube, Amber Island is one of the best sea kayaking destinations.

Paddle round the island, immersed between land and sea amidst a labyrinth of green mangroves. We recommend a full-day expedition to discover every nook and cranny of this small paradise guided by seasoned and passionate guides who will share their love for this unspoilt nature. Choose among our several discovery packages including the possibility of a lunch break on the neighbouring Bernaches Island: a very small island boasting a magnificent swathe of fine sand beach and for which, you can walk its entire coastline in only 15 minutes. Only few fishermen share its warm emerald waters. It is the ideal spot for a lunch break and a few dips into refreshing waters before going back to paddling.

The Mauritian Amazon!

The beauty of the mangrove wetlands on Amber Island is understated. This unspoilt natural reserve is a viable home to a very dense vegetation and shelters an abundance of bird and fish species. Impossible for boats to dock on this island as there are no mooring points. This has allowed it to retain its original and unspoilt charm.