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Mauritius: The kitesurfing prohibited on Sundays and holidays on public beaches




Mauritius: The kitesurfing prohibited on Sundays and holidays on public beaches
The authorities of Mauritius want to regulate kitesurfing and peaceful coexistence between all users of the sea on the coastal area.
 
The practice of kitesurfing in Mauritius drains in its wake many fans that cover at full speed (12 to 25 knots on average) the turquoise blue lagoons, towed by multicolored kites twirling to several meters in height. Purists of high flying that satisfy their passion across the island, pushed by the South East trade winds of almost regular basis throughout the year, as relates www.lexpress.mu. 

Flic-en-Flac, la Cambuse, tamarind, La Preneuse, Belle-Mare, Grand-Gaube or Grand-Baie: 17 public beaches will now prohibit the practice of kitesurfing on Sundays and holidays from the beginning of next year, to "protect the picnickers as well as surfers " according to the Mauritian authorities. The famous spot of the Le Morne in Mauritius is not covered by the restrictive measures.



Fabrice François


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