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Nice reef along a sand bank hiding small and big in the corals as well as in the sand between 11 and 20 mts, ideal for training and open water levels

Reef fish, garden eel, turtle rays, lobster and other small crustaceans, ideal for macro.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 15 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Wall/Drop Off

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

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This site is composed of two pieces of reef separated by a sand bank. With a depth of 17 mts, the profile of this site is relatively easy. So it is good for beginners and marco photographers.

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Wreck of a former tugboat that worked in the port of Port Louis, sunk in the 1980s for scuba diving, at only 19 mts. Lost of life as on all artificial reefs.

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A flat reef in the middle of a snake-shaped sandbank, nothing special at first glance... Don't be mistaken, this is the richest place in marine fauna of the region.

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Wreck of an old fishing boat sunk for scuba diving specifically at 35 mts, which makes it a beautiful artificial reef since the 1980s.

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Although popular for students and beginner divers, this site’s ledges and swim-throughs offer something for everyone. The topography is varied with large sand gullies to investigate and shoals of sweepers can be found hiding under the rocky outcrops and small caves.

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Big Rock is a beautiful drift drive, easily accessible for any qualified diver offering an architecture for a deeper dive (26m max) or a shallower dive (20m Max).

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Although popular for students and beginner divers, this site’s ledges and swim-throughs offer something for everyone. The topography is varied with large sand gullies to investigate and shoals of sweepers can be found hiding under the rocky outcrops and small caves.

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Between 5 and 20 meters, this site is ideal for beginners due to its shallow depth and multitude of colorful reef fish living there. This site is accessed via a boat entry.

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Only five minutes from the port of Flic en Flac is the most famous dive site in Mauritius, the Cathedral. A dive site for the experienced diver, the combination of grotto, cave, and fireplace make this dive site so unique. The max. depth is 28 m.

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Falling, between 14 and 25 mts, passage of cavities. In case of current very nice drift dive. Accessible from the Open Water level by staying on the top of the plateau.

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