Jellyfish Mauritius

Alerte aux méduses sur la plage de Trou-aux-Biches et Mont-Choisy

La prudence est de mise.

05 Sep 2018, business.mega.mu

Péreybère: alerte aux méduses

La National Coast Guard (NCG) est en alerte, ce vendredi 21 avril. Elle a émis un avis sur la présence de méduses dans le lagon de la plage publique de Péreybère. La NCG déconseille toute baignade dans la région.

21 Apr 2017, business.mega.mu

Baie-du-Tombeau, Le Goulet, Bain-Bœuf: Alerte aux Méduses

Elles envahissent les lagons, principalement ceux du Nord.

06 Jan 2016, business.mega.mu

Alerte aux Méduses Dans le Nord: 25 Personnes à l’Hôpital

Différentes unités de la National Coast Guard (NCG) sont en alerte, mardi 5 janvier.

05 Jan 2016, business.mega.mu

Four Public Beaches Alert to the Presence of Jellyfish

Since Thursday morning, the weather alert issued strong waves at different locations on the coast. A warning jellyfish was also launched four public beaches Flic-en-Flac, La Cuvette, Pereybere and Grand Bay.

02 Aug 2013, business.mega.mu

Jellyfish alert at Flic en Flac, La Cambuse

Beachgoers in Flic en Flac and La Cambuse are being urged to look out for potentially dangerous jellyfish by the Ministery of Fisheries. The members of the National Coast Guard (NCG) are on the alert after a jellyfish warning was given during the beginning of this year. “We want to reassure the Mauritian public and [...]

09 Jan 2012, The Independent Daily