Mauricius Island - Triolet
Le Magique from Triolet (North)
During a 40 minutes helicopter flight, we will bring to you the best of Mauritius Island. A warm welcome awaits you at our Triolet base and you will appreciate the comfort of our lounge while waiting to board our helicopter.
After a briefing session about your flight, the wonderful journey starts !
You will discover from the sky the busy city of Port-Louis is a wonderful show. The sixteen silos of the Moulin de La Concorde and the ships at the dock will mark the beginning of your helicopter tour.
Do not forget to keep an eye on the Albion Lighthouse ! From flying over green spaces and blue lagoons, you will soon reach Benitiers Island (Ile Bénitiers).
Overlooking the south-western lagoon is the majestic Le Morne Brabant, officially a UNESCO heritage. The Undersea Waterfall will give you an insight of magic ! The Black River Gorges allows you to admire the endemic flora and fauna and the waterfalls of Tamarin are just thin curtains revealing rocky plates sculpted by Nature.
The Pieter Both mountain is one of the main place of Mauritius. The legend says that a man who broke a pact with angels has been transformed in a mountain! At last, if you have not been able to climb the Le Pouce mountain, an overflight by Corail Hélicoptères will be an absolute delight !
You need to know
- € 24.50 registred fee to be paid per person
- You need to arrive 30mn before the flight for the boarding formalities
- You will be asked for a proof of identity before the flight
- All of our operators have a certification
- For your safety reasons, weather conditions can postpone your flight
You'll fly on Airbus H120
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Description of the helicopter :
The Eurocopter EC120 Colibri is a monoturbine light helicopter designed by Eurocopter in partnership with China National Aero-Technology Import & Export Corporation, Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation and ST Aerospace, and assembled in Eurocopter's workshops in Marignane. It has been designed to carry one pilot and four passengers, and has the versatility to adapt to the needs of its customers, be they private purchasers or public agencies, or even military. Since the name change of Airbus Helicopters, it has been renamed H120.