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Mont Choisy Beach

Listed under Beaches in Mauritius.

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This slowly arching bay is one of the longest in Mauritius, its gentle arch blends shallowly with the water creating a great pale turquoise scoop of a bay. Casuarina trees mark the edge of the fine, white sand, followed by a row of umbrellas.

At one end of the bay is a monument – it’s to commemorate the first flight between Mauritius and Reunion Islands – and just off the shore from there is a reef which is a great playground for local snorkellers.

This is a popular beach with easy access, so can get crowded at the weekends – just mind your feet on the spiky casuarina seed pods that fall from the trees.

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