ANSE LA RAIE KITESURFING HOLIDAYS
Kitesurf Holidays Anse Le Raie
New for 2017 Planet Kitesurf introduce Northern Mauritius due to an increased demand for an alternative to the most famous spot of Le Morne, Bel Ombre in the South of the island, and Bele Mare in the West. Although we regard Le Morne as one of the best kitesurf location in the world it can get quite busy, especially in high season. So if you want to enjoy the amazing wind conditions and atmosphere of Mauritius, but with far less kiters on the water, Anse Le Raie in Northern Mauritius is worth a look. Another strong selling point for this part of Mauritius is the much big range of amenities, shopping and night life that can be found a short drive away in Grand Bay.
As always here at Planet Kitesurf we are very particular about the accommodation that we offer, and we will only recommend properties that we have personally checked and know to be good. We also make a conscious effort to avoid the ‘package holiday’ type of hotels, as although they can be cheap, they come at a price ! In Northern Mauritius we have some superb high quality boutique style beachfront properties, some like Paradise Cove and Zilwa that are perfect for couples, and some like LUX Grand Cube that also have some fantastic family facilities.
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Kitesurfing In Anse Le Raie
An outer reef belt in this part of northern Mauritius creates vast lagoon reaching out almost 2.5km from the short line. The water in this ‘lagoon’ is not shallow, but protected from the waves by the reef, so crating a huge flat water play ground for windsurfers. The wind is generally side shore by the kitesurf spot, so this is also a very safe location.
For the more advanced there are some small waves on the outer reef. If you want bigger waves, and the swell forecast looks good, we can arrange for day trip to the South at Le Morne, home of the world class waves such as One Eye and Manawa.