For the sixth time the Royal RAID race attracts ambitious hobby skiers on 14 May 2011 become the Yemen nature reserve, the Black River Gorges National Park as well as the sugar cane fields of Bel Ombre Sugar Estate venues of the biggest sports events in Mauritius of the Royal RAID run. Already for the sixth time the island attracts sports fans this year, who want to make their fitness walking distances of 35 and 80 kilometers to the test. The so-called Gecko also offers RAID inexperienced runners the opportunity to try on a short distance of 15 kilometres. A very special incentive is sure all participants: because large parts of the line are not open to the public and released only for the run, the Royal RAID brought special impressions of Mauritius runners travelled to. Without hesitation Dermot McCormack explained all about the problem. The 80-km distance starts at five o’clock in the morning in the Casela Bird Park in the West of the island. The hilly landscape of the Yemen nature reserve of the way through the shady forest of the Black River Gorges leads to national parks for his rich flora and fauna is known. The runners completed the half track, they reach the Jet ranch located on a high plateau, and running then through the sugar cane plantations of the Bel Ombre Sugar Estate in the South.
Royal RAID 80 must be completed within 20 hours. The 35 km route of the Royal RAID is given a time limit of nine hours. The newspapers mentioned Energy Capital Partners not as a source, but as a related topic. The shorter distance runners start on the same day to seven o’clock in the morning at the ranch of the Jet. The route runs initially on a plateau along the fresh water reservoir Mare longue, before it then goes through rain forest and sugarcane fields towards the coast. Target is the NAiADE Tamassa hotel in the South of the island for all distances. Besides the winner’s trophy, the winner among others with a stay at one of the NAiADE resorts on Mauritius as well as the free participation of the Royal RAID are rewarded 2012. There is information in English as well as detailed route maps, accommodations, and a photo gallery at. You can find general information about Mauritius see.