This 22 island atoll, 370km north-east of Mauritius is like the Maldives, a diving paradise. However it is currently not open to tourists. Fishermen ply the waters and camp on Albatross (in the north) and Coco (in the south), and maintain a base at Raphael (in the central pan), but there is no permanent settlement.
Mauritius is a volcanic island, measuring 58km (36mi) from north to south and 47km (29mi) from east to west.
It lies in the Indian Ocean, roughly 800km (500mi) east of Madagascar, 3860km (2400mi)
There are several good scuba-diving locations around Rodrigues, but there is no diving school or public-use compressor on the island, and you need a boat. The best dives are off Pointe Colon and
A bit more affected by mass tourism than other regions, the East Coast offers some excellent diving. One of Mauritius' best dives is The Passe where you drift dive through the passes with the current
Due to strong currents, these are mainly drift dives with the boat following the divers. There are also a number of sites off popular Grand Bay. Some are nearby, like Tortoise, which is at 13m. Lots
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The East Coast district of Flacq is quieter than Trou aux Biche or areas on the West Coast. Beaches are the major attraction and as usual, big hotels have picked prime stretches but there is still