Mauritius has probably that every other tropical island has. White sand beaches, tropical forests, few rare species of birds and animals. Yet, Mauritius is so unique because of its culture. The Mauritius effect is so calming that you wouldn’t want to end you holiday in just 3 months.
The Climate in Mauritius is tropical. The summer is too hot and dry between January and April and July is the coolest month. However, when to visit is something very specific to your holiday needs like surfing, diving, fishing. However, the best period for honey moon couples is July to September.
The max temperature in the summer could be 33 degree Celsius while the minimum in the cold season could hit as low as 19 degrees.
So basically Mauritius is one of those places where visiting it during anytime of the year can be fun. Of course don’t go near it in when the summer ends. Cyclones might spoil your fun.
Mauritius is an excellent place. But would you believe that Napolean Bonaparte won his only Sea Battle here? Well though he eventually lost it, the fact that many people here speak French says a bit about Mauritius.
But before the French were here, Dutch has already rediscovered it after the Arabs had discovered and left it. But as usual the mighty England took over the tiny island. Today Mauritius is independent and today is called The Republic of Mauritius.
Today, it one of the major tourist destinations around Africa and Indian Ocean.
You will find it all here in Mauritius. English and French are official languages while people speak Creole, Hindi and other native African languages.
Most people here have Indian background. People here have excellent tolerance levels be it with your tourist antics or something else. You will find Churches, Mosques, Hindu Temples etc.
Dance, Music and Art are all enjoyed to the core here, and weather, climate and people only add to the reasons. Because of its close proximity to the typical African beat and the soul is still Mauritian. Sega is a most popular dance and Bobre is one of the main forms of music in Mauritius.