20 January 2008

Mauritius marine life


Mauritius marine life conceals an infinite sea treasure. Its crystal-clear lagoons and magnificent coral beds inhabited by bright colourful fish and moray eels will not fail to surprise the occasional swimmer or diver. The local undersea life is varied around the coast-line. Lagoons are large and the water is very calm for the swimmer along the beaches and the coast. Behind the barrier reef, the experienced scuba diver can come across some spectacular underwater caves or large coral blocks. On the east coast, the underwater life is more varied with greater water circulation in the lagoon. Old shipwrecks are a continuous attraction to scuba diver.

6 comments:

Blue Panther said...

I have always wanted to visit Mauritius...Hopefully, some day...!

B said...

What a beautiful place. Nice blog too.

Erik said...

Great travel blog. We will make certain you are the guys we call the next time we make it to that part of the world.

Lovebabz said...

Oh God this is lush and lovely. I am in Connecticut/USA and we are in the midst of terrrible winter weather---snow strom and all. Ahhh that water and sky look amazing!

20 degrees sud hotel mauritius said...

this is what i love doing in Mauritius!just so awesome!

South Africa Holidays said...

We have booked for Mauritius Holidays from ITC Classics and it would be great to explore the Marine life.