LE MORNE WINDSURFING HOLIDAYS
Windsurf Holidays In Le Morne, Mauritius
Mauritius is a beautiful Island in the Indian Ocean around a 12 hour flight from the UK / Europe. Mauritius is widely recognised as one of the very best windsurf destinations in the world due to it incredibly reliable wind combined with a great variety of windsurf condition, from down the line waves to flat water lagoon, all from the same beach. Combined with stunning luxury hotels, at amazing prices, right next to the windsurfing area, it is no surprising that a windsurf holiday to Mauritius is just about as perfect as it gets.
Planet Windsurf Holidays have a huge amount of personal experience in Mauritius with staff travelling to the island every year. We always have the latest information to hand about al the hotels, windsurfing equipment and instruction and travel options. Planet Windsurf Holidays is widely acknowledged as the UK’s leading specialist in Mauritius and are able to offer exclusive unbeatable prices to the resort by negotiating specific deals with the hotels for UK windsurfing holiday makers exclusively. Just pick up the phone for an immediate best price quotation along with expert advice.
Planet Windsurf offer a range of services to Mauritius that include:
- Direct flights from London and many other European airports
- Up to 60% off luxury hotels around the island
- Tailor made tour in combinations with Rodriquez Island, Reunion Island, South Africa and Dubai… plus more
- Windsurf rental of the latest Mistral, Fanatic and North plus SUP & Kitesurf
- Brilliant child care included in your holiday for free !
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What our clients say
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The Windsurfing In Le Morne
A dream spot: a white sandy beach, a turquoise lagoon and shallow water. The whole lagoon is surrounded by a reef, which is 600 metres off the beach. Depending on the tide, the water might be so shallow at low tide that sometimes neither the reef nor the lagoon can be surfed.
Within the lagoon there is enough space for speed racing or practicing gybes and water starts. Outside you can find two wave spots: “Little Reef” with modest waves and “Manawa” for experienced windsurfers, who can participate in one of the regular surfing excursions to this spot. The famous “One Eye” is only suitable for experts.
In case there is not enough wind for wind- or kitesurfing, our center also offers 12 SUP boards. Moreover Mauritius has several excellent surfing spots, which can be reached directly from the centre. Surf rental is only available together with supervision and is only bookable on site. It is crucial that you observe our on-site team's instructions, as the current, tides and waves may be somewhat dangerous, depending on conditions - and your safety is our top priority!
Mauritius can be a challenging windsurfing spot. For the kids we have a big lagoon with shallow water. In the morning there are light winds which are perfect for the kids lesson.
The wind usually blows from east or southeast (sideshore from the left) and reaches a strength of 3-5 beaufort on average during summer in the southern hemisphere and about 4-6 beaufort during winter. In winter (April to October), the trade wind shows its best side. Between December and April there can be heavy rainfall.
Other than the board sports offered, diving can be arranged, trekking is available and sampling the local Creole/French cuisine is a must. There are also some really good Chinese restaurants on the island (as quite a large proportion of the population are Chinese).
Many of the evening activities revolve around sipping on a well deserved "sundowner" before indulging in some of the great local food cooked on an open barbeque underneath the stars. Needles to say, Mauritius is not a destination for those seeking a lively club scene! Prices on the island are not the cheapest, but the quality more than makes up for this.