Endless stretches of glistening sands, crystal clear waters, spectacular coral reefs and first class accommodation, Mauritius really is a tropical paradise.

Mauritius is a small, volcanic island that lies 1,200 miles off the south east coast of Africa. With a lush, mountain landscape boasting exquisite, exotic flowers and some of the finest beaches and aquamarine lagoons in the world, it is hardly surprising that Mauritius is regarded as the Star of the Indian Ocean.

The mountainous interior includes Black River Gorges National Park, with hiking trails, waterfalls and lush rainforests. The Capital Port Louis has sites such as the 18th-century Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens and the Eureka plantation house where you can stroll in the gardens and eat a traditonal Mauritian lunch.

On the Island there are a variety of luxury hotels and resorts, which offer fabulous service and a range of facilities, from designer bedrooms to pampering spas, plus a variety of watersports and first class restaurants. 

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Mauritius enjoys a tropical climate with plenty of heat and sunshine. Read More

Mauritius enjoys a tropical climate with plenty of heat and sunshine. Sea breezes blow in from the sea, helping to keep temperatures from rising too high. The best time to enjoy the many beaches is in the summer as the warmest time of the year is in July and August when the temperatures reach up to 31 degrees C.

For cooler temperatures, the best time to visit the Indian Ocean is Spring or Autumn. Both seasons enjoy a very sunny climate, but the weather isn’t overly hot. It also tends to be quieter, meaning the beaches are more peaceful and relaxing.

Overall, Mauritius is a fantastic year-round holiday destination that enjoys a very hot climate with constant sunshine and warm temperatures throughout the year.

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