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Dive sites nearby

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

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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. Lots of life as on all artificial reefs.

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Very simple beginner reef. Beautiful rocky landscape with lots of sandy bottom. Easy to dive and not very susceptible to currents. We prefer doing this side with our Discover Scuba Students.

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Dolphin Lagoon

Here the dolphins are visited early in the morning. There are different schools of dolphins in Mauritius. Here we find a large family of spinner dolphins, and now and then a few bottlenose dolphins.

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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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Snake Reef II is located very close to the sister dive site Snake Reef. A small reef surrounded by sandy bottom and a huge variaty of marine life.

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Bassin Verde

Small reef, ideal for beginners to make their first attempts under water. Access is by boat. The iff is surrounded by sandy bottom, which is suitable for lingering and skills.

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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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This relatively small reef is located only a few minutes by boat from the port of Flic en Flac on the west coast of Mauritius. The dive site is with its approx. 43m depth one of our deep dive sites.

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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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