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Safari Quad Biking Adventure in Mauritius
Experience an adventurous Quad biking activity in the most amazing natural setting!
2 hours of quad-biking activity in the 4,500 hectares of Yemen natural reserve park.

The activity takes place in Mauritius' Yemen natural reserve park. The Park is located on the West Coast of Mauritius. It hosts two of the longest rivers on the island – Rivière Rempart and Tamarin River – and is a haven for all sorts of native wildlife.
The actual size of the natural reserve is of around 4500 hectares.
Today, it is a private nature reserve where luxurious fauna and flora can be admired.

Yemen nature reserve, home to herds of Java deers (around 9,000), wild boars, hares, macaque monkeys, mongoose and the fruit bats live inside the reserve and abundant indigenous and exotic plants such as ebony, cassias, tamarind, pink pepper and many more are also found in this amazing natural reserve.

A visit to the Yemen Reserve is like stepping into the middle of the African Savannah.
The Activity:

2 hours of intense pleasure to appreciate the exclusivity and the charm that prevails in the reserve. More than a quad bike outing, it is a trip through a real safari. During the quad biking trip it is possible to see deers, zebras, ostriches, African antelopes, wild boars and many more; this a very big added bonus to this activity.

You can enjoy this amazing experience in Mauritius as individual or together with your partner - You have a choice between single-sit quad for 1 person and double-sits quad, ideal for 2 people.
Children above the age of 8 can enjoy this quad biking activity alongside an adult on a double quad bike.

The quad biking trip allows one to discover the safari park in Mauritius whilst observing the wild animals in their habitat. You drive in a group led by experienced guides. After a last checking of this four-wheel drive, it takes a few minutes to initiate the quad drive.
The course takes you up the park heels, down some valley, across rivers and all while enjoying the great surrounding.

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