Five Best Water Sports - Mauritius

Think of the world's most exhilarating and enjoyable watersports. Now condense all of these awesome activities into one island. From windsurfing to wakeboarding, from Hobie Cat sailing to SUPing, it’s all at your disposal in Mauritius from R7999 per person including flights, accommodation, transfers and a selection of other activities through kulula holidays. Did we mention Flyn’Dive?


Supping, or rather Stand Up Paddle Boarding, has become a popular leisure activity in Mauritius. Standing up on a paddle board, you are free to roam over the calm ocean waters that surround the island. This is one of the best ways to get up close and personal with wild Mauritius, where encounters with sea friends like turtles and Moorish idols are not unheard of.

Surfs up!

Enjoy the thrills of windsurfing as you plow your way across the turquoise water that lines the perimeter of the island. Mauritius is a popular destination for windsurfing enthusiasts and professionals thanks to the idyllic surf conditions found all year round. If you’d rather fly a kite, then kitesurfing is a worthy alternative for big air seekers.

Set Sail on a Hobie Cat

For the romantic or the competitive, Hobie Cat Sailing is a sport for people of all ages and abilities. Setting sail on a Hobie is one of the best ways to take advantage of the island’s scenery, where crisp white beaches and dramatic cliffs can be admired on the bobbing waters. If you’re not in a rush, sit back and let the wind take over.

Wakeboarding and waterskiing

One for the thrill seekers, wakeboarding and waterskiing are one and the same when it comes to surface water sports. Take it easy or carve your way through the swell and wake, the choice is yours. As long as the wind is blowing through your hair, you’ll be having a great time!


Think “Iron Man meets Aquaman”. Not for the faint-hearted, FLYn’Dive is reserved for those who are after the ultimate ocean adventure. Flip, spin and dive with ease and grace of a Marvel hero or a swift ocean creature.