Mayotte diving is an incredible plenitude of corals of all shapes and a wide mixture of tropical fish in an enormous tidal pond with safe water. The other identity of this tidal pond is to have a twofold boundary reef: one far from the shore of 3 to 15 km, persistently around the island, cut by a few passes. There are also deep water diving sites available for experienced divers. These sites have depth of over 200 feet and at some points reaches to about 300 feet. So get your snorkel mask on and five into the clear waters of Mayotte. There are other islands and spots nearby, which include famous Bambo and Chaozil.
Like alternate islands of the Comoros, Mayotte is of volcanic birthplace. The landscape is mesmerizing and there are profound bayous lined with mangroves, rough capes, promontories and an isolate of sandy shorelines of all sizes and all shading, white sand to dark sand through the 'ocher, dim, cocoa . For more than a million years; Mayotte was encompassed by a bordering reef, which then developed into a boundary reef, in addition to a variety of other things, the progressive sinking of the island.
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