Each period on the island has its pros and cons, but May through December is deemed the best time to visit Mauritius. These months provide deserted beaches, cooler temperatures, and stronger winds—quite a pleasure for surfers and kitesurfers.
On top of that, the accommodation prices in summer are significantly lower. After the coldest months of July and August, the temperatures start to rise gradually and the number of sunshine hours begins to increase. This makes the period between September and November the most comfortable on the island.
As the hot summer goes on, the level of humidity rises vigorously, attracting crowds to spend time at the beach. Even though Mauritius sees its heaviest rains during February and March, summer conditions suit perfectly for diving and popular deep-sea fishing.
One of the most impressive sights of Mauritian nature—giant water lilies
An impressive variety of rarest birds can be found in the forests of Mauritius
Mauritius is a beach paradise. No further explanation needed
The waters of Mauritius hide many treasures
Take a hike into the depth of Mauritian forest towards beautiful hidden waterfalls
Spend your weekend like a local at the Champ de Mars watching horse racing
Try Mauritian lychees famous for their tender and juicy taste
Witness how Mauritius turns into a colourful flowerbed
Observe how the whole of Mauritius dresses in red as the Flamboyant Tree starts to blossom
Mauritius is a dream destination for fishermen from all over the world
Join hundreds of Hindus at the mass pilgrimage during the Maha Shivaratri celebration
Witness the most extraordinary and spiritual celebration that includes fasting and body piercing
Once a year all of Mauritius celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi—the birthday of the youngest son of Hindu gods Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha
Run, cycle, and swim through Mauritian beauty
Enjoy the finest Chinese Guava in Mauritius
The majestic creatures come closer to the shores for you to witness their greatness
Explore windy shores of Mauritius on your surfboard
Conquer the formidable yet beautiful Le Morne Brabant
You can cross the island in 24 hours, but you won't cover all of the hiking trails in a year!
Enjoy a great event of kiting and fun!
Try the famously sweet Mauritian pineapple
Don't miss the most important event in the cultural life of Mauritius
Whether you’re an amateur or a pro, you’ll have a great kitesurfing experience in Mauritius
Enjoy a wide range of meals from breadfruit
In June, the whole island dresses in sugarcane’s blossoms