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Fly to Mayotte with Air Austral
With Air Austral, discover Mayotte and its turquoise lagoons... You will be seduced by the most beautiful lagoons of the world where circulate and give birth humpback whales and tortoises.
Air Austral operates flights to / from :
Dzaoudzi international airport - airport code : DZA
From Mayotte, discover the destinations operated by EWA AIR, subsidiary of Air Austral company :
- Comores: Moroni and Anjouan,
- Madagascar: Nosy Be and Majunga,
- Tanzania: Dar Es Salaam,
- Mozambique: Pemba.
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Your flight to Mayotte with Air Austral
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Here is some piece of information about formalities for your journey in Mayotte.
- Territory size : 374 sq km
- Capital : Mamoudzou
- Currency : euro
- Languages : french
- Local Time : UTC* + 3h
The French island of the Comores archipelago is quite small. It has however one major attraction, its lagoon is one of the largest in the world.
Whereas Mayotte is African on its sunfilled shores, it becomes Asia in its central highlands with rice fields and high brick houses. An original culture, with many regional variations developed in a country with a population of diverse origins, such as Indonesian, Bantuer, Arab.
Mayotte is surrounded by an unending coral reef with here and there a fewinlets for boats to pass. This nature reserve harbours a rich ecosystem, most interesting to divers. Turtles come and lay eggs on pristine beaches lined with baobab trees. Whales from Antartica play in the turquoise waters during the Southern Winter.
Mayotte, the archipelago island, is of volcanic origin and is as interesting on the island itself as it is in the sea. Here is a colourful island, an Islamic island that became French in 1841 and is now in full modern development. Plantations of ylang-ylang line the newly tarred roads and fill the evening air with theiramazing scent. All day long barges travel between Petite-Terre (small island) and Grande-Terre(large island) transporting cars, bunches of bananas and passengers in a postcarc-like setting. This France at the end of the world is yours to discover.
- * UTC/GMT: universal time
- Mayotte tourism board