Mayotte

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Mayotte

Officially part of France, Mayotte is a small group of islands between Mozambique and Madagascar, consisting of a main island, Grande-Terre (or Mahoré), a smaller island, Petite-Terre (or Pamanzi), and several islets around these two. Geographically it is the most southern of the Comoros Islands, but contrary to the rest of the Comoros, Mayotte chose to remain French.

It is possible to hike up Mount Choungui. And being French territory, of course there is a GR 1: Tour de Mayotte, a 170 km long circular trail all around the island.

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Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Mayotte IGN Map
  • Mayotte at 1:50,000 on a contoured and GPS compatible map from the IGN, with plans of Mazoudzou and Dzaoudzi, plus an index of beaches. Topography is shown by contours at 20m intervals with relief shading and spot heights, plus colouring and/or graphics for different types of vegetation. In the surrounding waters coral reefs are prominently... Lire la suite
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Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Mamoudzou - Mtsamboro - Petite-Terre Mayotte IGN 4410MT
  • Detailed topographic survey map of the northern half of the island, from Tzoundzou 2 (on the east coast) northwards. Includes Petit Terre and Chissioua Mtsamboro. The cartography is of the same precise and highly detailed standard as that in IGN`s Serie Bleue map series for France. Communications and topographic features and landmarks are... Lire la suite
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United Kingdom
  • Mamoudzou / Petite-Terre / Mayotte 2018
  • Detailed topographic survey map of the northern half of the island, from Tzoundzou 2 (on the east coast) northwards. Includes Petit Terre and Chissioua Mtsamboro. The cartography is of the same precise and highly detailed standard as that in IGN`s Serie Bleue map series for France. Communications and topographic features and landmarks are... Lire la suite
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