Diving in Trou aux Biches

Trou Aux Biches is a small town with a public beach on the northern coast of Mauritius, in the district of Pamplemousses. According to the World Travel group, the beach of Trou Aux Biches is one of the most beautiful on the island; in fact, they awarded it the World’s Leading Beach Destination at the World Travel Award for 2011. Many tourist resorts and boutique hotels are situated near the beach, such as the Trou aux Biches Resort & Spa. This region is considered to have the most excellent diving in the country. If you like wreck diving, then you’ll love diving in these waters. Make sure you visit the Stella Maru Wreck, which is a Japanese wreck that lies at an average depth of 17 meters (55.8 feet). Apart from the multiple wrecks, you can also expect to find numerous drop-offs and caves. The most popular dive sites include the Water Lily and Coral Garden. The water temperature usually goes from 20 to 28º C (68 to 82.4 ºF), and visibility tends to be high. The best time of year to visit is from October to May. Scuba divers from all over the world come to Trou Aux Biches due to the crystalline waters and abundant marine life.

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