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Topic: Surf Mauritius

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replies: 38

By:

Jose.

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Mauritius Mauritius

 

RE: Surf Mauritius

« on: February 20 2008 15:02:00 »

Hello, I´m a surfer from spain.
I will travel to Mauritius in JUne and I´m looking for a hotel. I will travel wiyh my family.

I´m lookin for a resort near a consistent wave. maybe one eye, looks consisten.

I´m looking for acar aswell, for travel around the island.

thanks

By:

Ah Freakin!

RE: Surf Mauritius

« Reply #1 on: February 20 2008 20:02:00 »

Because of the tsunami several years ago, Tamarin and other island breaks are no more; the shelf raised 3-6' in most places; mainland just adjusted sand levels in South Africa.

By:

Pascal Pienaar

RE: Surf Mauritius

« Reply #2 on: February 28 2008 05:02:00 »

Hi Veronique! I am from South Africa and Im 18 years old. I recently started surfing and its become my drug! Im going to Mauritius with my family in September and we are staying at La Pirogue but I was wondering wether you can tell me if there are any good reefs thats surfable in that reagion?? Please let me know.. I really would want to surf wherever I can...

Regards
Pascal

By:

abhi

Place of information

« Reply #3 on: March 19 2008 00:03:00 »

Hi, there is a site called islandinfo which gather all the interesting places of mauritius. the link is www.islandinfo.mu. you can get info from there. Ok..hope this help you.

By:

Ridley

Surf Mauritius

« Reply #4 on: July 05 2008 00:07:00 »

Hi all,

I'm a  Mauritian and I know that Le Morne in the South West of Mauritius is well known for surf opportunities.  Many surfers from different part of the world come here for its waves. Now while I'm writing this article (July 2008), I know that there are many surfers from South Africa who are right there enjoying themselves.

Should anyone want to know more about LeMorne e.g climate, accesibility or other, i'd be glad to help you. Send me an email: ridleymauritius@hotmail.com.

Best Regards

Ridley

By:

James fry

RE: Surf Mauritius

« Reply #5 on: December 08 2008 21:12:00 »

G'Day,

I will be heading to Mauritius in late Feb 2009. i will be on my honeymoon, but will be more interested in surfing than spending time with my new wife... Will i need to take my own boards or can i hire a good board when i get there??? Also if anyone is keen i will pay them to take me surfing in the best spots. If you can help me out email me at jamesfry@frys.com.au.

Cheers,

James

By:

Ross Torode

RE: Surf Mauritius

« Reply #6 on: January 12 2009 05:01:00 »

Im going to mauritius in April for a fortnight im staying a the plantation resort on the east of the island by port lousis i was wondering where the good surf spots are and weather you can higher boards or not.  Cheers :D

By:

luke

RE: Surf Mauritius

« Reply #7 on: February 28 2009 01:02:00 »

Hello all. very excited to say that im stopping into the mauritius late april on the way home to oz.  Problem is im on my own and i see there is mostly luxury resorts on the island. does anyone know of some reasonably comfortable places to stay for a solo traveller bearing in mind all i want to do is surf or do water sports if theres no swell. cheers guys.


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