Your outing at sea begins with a musical welcome from the small fishing port of François on the South Atlantic coast.
Head for a pretty bay with several islands protected by a biotope decree since 2003.
The walk heads towards the famous Joséphine bathtub, a high bottom of white sand anchored between two islands, and which takes its name from the Empress Joséphine who once made this site a private place for swimming.
Here is an opportunity to take advantage of it for a first sea swim.
The second cape rushes towards the Chancel islet renowned for its vestiges of an old rum factory and its famous iguanas, an endemic protected species.
Then the catamaran anchors near the clear waters of the Ilet Madame. You can enjoy a new swim at leisure.
The aperitif and the Creole lunch are served with idleness and cold drinks on board the catamaran.
In the afternoon, you will enjoy nautical activities: towed buoy, kayak, paddle or the provision of masks and snorkels for a snorkeling discovery of the seabed. The return navigation is activated in music at the end of the afternoon.
4.45 p.m. - Return to the François Marina
Included: Aperitif, lunch
Duration: The day
Appointment: Meeting 8H00 - Departure from Marina du François
To envisage: Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera
Provided : Kayak, towed buoy, paddle, masks, snorkels
Possibility to book a transfer with your hostess Coeur des îles directly on site
Our excursions are guaranteed subject to availability.