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Mauritius is situated in the Indian Ocean, approximately 2400 kilometres off the South East Coast of Africa.
UTC / GMT + 4 Hour
Main language is Creole
Basking in warm tropical waters of the Indian Ocean, is the beautiful island of Mauritius. Unusual lunar-like mountain peaks rise above vast plantations of sugar cane, while coral sand beaches encircling the island are a haven for the watersports enthusiast. Mauritius enjoys a delightful mix of cultures from Europe, Africa, India and Asia and is shown in the high standards of service and cuisine.
Despite being a small island, Mauritius' climate and landscape vary widely from region to region. It's hot and humid tropical climate is present in most areas for most of the year. The average temperature is 23°C (73°F). Summer lasts from December to April when there are occasional heavy tropical rains.
The temperature on the coastal areas varies between 22°C in winter and 34°C in summer. The sea temperature varies between 22°C and 27°C. In the central part of the island, the maximum daytime temperature varies from about 19°C in August to about 26°C in February. The western and northern regions are warmer and relatively drier than the East and the South.
Places For Visit
Grand Bay
Grand Bay was the first area of the island to fully experience the tourist boom. A shopping and leisure paradise, Grand Bay also happens to be the area where Mauritians head for when they want a fun-filled night out (restaurants, bars and discos). Recently renovated, La Cuvette beach is well worth a visit.
The wonderful Pereybere public beach is popular because of its shopping facilities, restaurants and pubs.
Balaclava Ruins
A few metres away from Baie aux Tortues, which 17th century sailors named after the many tortoises in the area, can be found the ruins of the old Balaclava estate. Visitors will be able to see the sea walls, whose initial foundations were laid down by Mahé de Labourdonnais.
The Triolet Shivala
The longest village on the island, Triolet offers an opportunity to visit the biggest Hindu temple, the Maheswarnath, first built in 1819 in honour of the Gods Shiva, Krishna, Vishnu, Muruga, Brahma and Ganesha.
The Labourdonnais Orchards
Discover a large variety of tropical fruit trees, colourful and perfumed exotic flowers. Trips on mountain bikes or hiking are possible.
Cap Malheureux
Cap Malheureux with its red roofed church, opens onto the northern islands with its large community of fisherman.
The Waterpark Leisure Village
Enjoy unforgettable moments sliding on the giant chutes, with family or friends. Relaxation and pleasure guaranteed. Coastal road, Belle Mare.
Belle Mare Beach
Despite the numerous hotels on this coast, Belle Mare still offers some precious stretches of public beaches. Ideal for those who want to enjoy the warmness of the Mauritius waters in a tranquil environment.
Maritius by Zone
North Maritius
- Grand Bay
- Pereybère
- Balaclava Ruins
- The Labourdonnais Orchards
- The Labourdonnais Orchards
- Cap Malheureux
  - Belle Mare Beach
- Flacq Market
- The Waterpark Leisure Village
- Ile aux Cerfs
West Maritius   South Maritius
- Martello Towers
- Chamarel
- Salt Pans
- Casela
- Yemen
- Dolphins
  - Dutch Ruins
- Ile aux Aigrettes
- Mahebourg
- Empress Place Building
- Hong San Temple
- Souillac
- La Vanilla Reserve des Mascareigenes

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