Le Morne Beach

At the majestic Le Morne Beach, Casuarina trees and white sand melt into water so clear scuba divers feel as though they’re flying through air as they explore a vibrant underwater world of coral and shipwrecks. Situated on a peninsula on the west coast of Mauritius, with the otherworldly Morne Brabant mountain as a backdrop, this is one of the most coveted beaches in the world. But, because of the dedication it takes to reach this paradise, beach-goers rarely have to manage crowds. In addition to scuba diving, kite and windsurfing are popular pastimes because of the ideal conditions.

Getting There

Le Morne beach is located on the extreme southwestern tip of Mauritius at the foot of the majestic Morne Brabant mountain listed as the World Heritage by the Unesco. The public beach of Le Morne is easily accessible from the coastal road on the island. Embark on your journey by booking a flight to Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius which is located in the Southwestern tip of the island. You can fly from nearby countries such as Madagascar, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. You will find direct flights to Mauritius with South African Airlines and Kenya Airways.