Okay, so it’s like this, book a holiday to Mauritius if I’m wrong- Mauritius is not a reliable country to visit! Oh well, I am wrong, I guess… Since I’m wrong and you will be booking a holiday to Mauritius, now I have to acknowledge you on why you should visit Mauritius and what’s so special in this paradise island. So here we go!
Resting in the blue Indian Ocean off the East Coast of Africa, Mauritius is home to many top-grade hotels, luxury spas, white beaches, golf courses, and mountainous landscapes in the world. Mauritius has two seasons, hot and humid summers from October to April, and a warm, dry winter from May to September.
Now you might be doubting yourself about the ideal time to visit this paradise island. Run free from your doubts because March to July in Mauritius doesn’t let you have time to clear doubts! You may be a fan of suntanning or a fan of mild breezes, eh? Assisting everyone in your favours, let me tell you the perks of visiting Mauritius in the following months.
Where are the beachaholics at? It’s your month! With the summer temperatures dropping and ranging within 23°C to 33°C, March is the perfect month for a quiet, relaxed and secluded beach session or a hike in the inland mountains and gorges. Also considered as an off-peak tourism season, the Mauritians also celebrate their Independence Day in March. Oh, the colourful Holi and the religious Ugaadi festivals too.
Enjoy the final summer month in Mauritius with relatively low temperatures ranging from 21°C to 31°C. Adding a pause to the cyclone formations and rainy days, the period of April declares the end of the wet season. It’s the ideal month for the water sport lovers, especially snorkelling. Say me who doesn’t want to have a punch of vitamin-SEA?
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Warm-tropical winter and cool-summer nights, May is the perfect month for any holidaymaker! No rain, no cyclones and longer hours of sunshine, May is for you to maximise your tanning. With temperatures not getting lower than 20°C, plan an inland camping trip and experience a vibe you never felt before.
The winter season officially starts! At night it can get quite chilly because of the high humidity levels in high altitudes. The good news is, with temperatures around 20°C, winter is often sunny and warm during the day, this means there is no end in enjoying sunny days at the beach. Towards the latter part of June, it tends to get quite windy on the south-eastern coasts, and this implies it’s time for windsurfing and humpback whale watching! Le Morne and Belle Mare lagoons can be the ideal hotspots.
Continuing the windy trend along with the warm and tropical climates, July has fewer rainy days. Also, with temperatures averaging at 21°C, it’s the best month for kitesurfing and windsurfing. Welcoming more cold and chill nights on higher altitudes, be prepared to in case you spend long hours outside at night.
Now, how eager are you to know about the all-inclusive holiday package Travel Center has to offer you? Enjoy your stay in a spacious modern room along a white sandy beach at the Ambre Resort & Spa. Either its water sports, Mauritian or International cuisines, tennis or golf, the Ambre Resort & Spa got every recommendation a person needs.
Popular destinations in Mauritius
- Île aux Cerfs- A private island with many beaches famous for parasailing and snorkelling
- Black River Gorges National Park- Picnicking and hiking in a rainforest
- Le Morne Brabant- Landmark summit on a lush peninsula
- Mauritius Island- Dolphin watching, kitesurfing and golf
- Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden- A garden consisting with 60 acres of exotic plants
Thinking about how exciting is Mauritius? Our seven nights all-inclusive package will allow you to blend in with that excitement in a pocket-friendly manner! Does Travel Center ever fail to impress you? NO! Want to know more about a multi-center holiday package? Here you go then!
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