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7 Mesmerizing Beaches to Visit in Mauritius

Rasshmie Salunkhay Sep 7, 2019
“At the beach, life is different. Time doesn’t move hour to hour but mood to moment. We live by the currents, plan by the tides and follow the sun." – Sandy Gingras

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This public beach happens to be the longest in Mauritius. A variety of delicious food and water-sports can be found at the happening Flic-en-Flac Beach.

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Touching the base of a humongous monolith, Le Morne Beach has a topography that vividly remains with you for long. It is also a renowned site for windsurfing and kite-surfing.
An alluring invitation for sea lovers, the turquoise Pointe aux Piments Beach is a fun place to go swimming, snorkeling or just lazing around.
Spend a leisurely day at the golden sandy beach of Bel Ombre, watching the sun merge with the horizon. The active ones can try an exciting ride in a speed boat.
Bring your surfing boards when you head to Tamarin Beach which is popular for the sport. If you strike lucky, you can spot some dolphins here.
Exuding an emerald hue, Grand Baie Beach is the perfect place for water-sports enthusiasts offering ample options to have the best of time.
Sprawling blue waters, white sands soothing the feet and palm trees swaying with the breeze are all ingredients of solitude to feel at Trou aux Biches Beach.