Bodies of Water in Mauritius

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Bodies of Water in Mauritius

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  • uzmelissa
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates142 contributions
    Loved it! There was a special ceremony at there and I really liked the ambiance of the temple with it's crowd, no wearing rules, you don't need the take off your shoes, it should be the most relaxed Hindu temple 😀
    Written April 18, 2022
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  • Tadas
    Kaunas County, Lithuania47 contributions
    One of the most beautiful beaches in all Mauritius. We were almost the only people in all the beach. The sand is white and clean, the water is crystal blue. What could you expect more. The only downside is that you can enter the beach in very few places. But when you are here - it is paradise.
    Written May 8, 2022
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  • Richard_W_Clements
    Wirral, UK42 contributions
    You need to get a boat out to the decent snorkeling areas. This will cost R750-R1000 per person. The marine park was established in 2008, and as coral grows quite slowly, it is still recovering from prior exploitation. There is a lot of dead coral, but a lot of new living coral too, and a wide variety of fishes, generally larger than seen elsewhere. We were based near to Palmar in Flacq district, and travelled to Blue Bay specifically to snorkel the marine park. I'm glad that we did, but the quality of the reef was a little disappointing. Toilets and showers at Blue Bay are a nice bonus, plus food and drink being available.
    Written May 5, 2022
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  • Lynn G
    Washington, UK53 contributions
    If you enjoy nature there's nothing more natural than this. Okay it may seem to be an optical illusion but it's fantastic that shifting sands cause it. This shelf is no deeper than 150 metres below sea level and is the largest of its kind in the world. However, the 'drop-off' of this shelf's edge plunges to depths of over 4000 metres into the abyss.
    Written March 15, 2021
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