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Getting to ​​​​Tamarin


By Air: 
As Mauritius is an island in the Indian Ocean it can be accessed by air with daily direct flights from London to the island's main airport.

Shared transfers from the airport to the hotel can be organised with the staff. The journey is approximately 1hr long. Please notify the centre staff in advance and pay the transfer fee of approximately 60EUR return if you wish to use this service. 

Private taxis are more expensive, usually around 100EUR return if you wish to use this service. 

Email: tamarin@ucpaplanete.com 

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