Winter in Mauritius

Brace Yourselves, Winter is Coming!

Well, you won’t even feel it though. It’s a Paradise Island remember? Whether you are coming from Asia where the Winter freezes your Bones or coming from the West where the Winter paints the whole city white, The Paradise has got its own ways to keep its temperature just right!

Winter in Mauritius is cold but you can still survive the chills. The temperature during this season in Mauritius is around 21 – 24 degrees Celsius. Astonished? You can just wear a sweater or a Pullover and for the first time in your life, not layer yourself with scarves and hide into them. The country has two seasons: a warm humid summer extending from November to April and a relatively cool dry winter from June to September. The month of October and May are commonly known as the transition months.

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The weather is very pleasant and allows the visitors to have perfect holidays all the year round. You can decide to come to Mauritius at any time of the year and you will be sure to have a comfortable weather during your stay. Mauritius is not far from the tropic of Capricorn, accordingly the sun is at its highest point longer than in other destinations in the world. This is why Mauritius benefits many hours of bright sunny skies all year round. You can call this a Reverse effect of seasons compared to the weather conditions back home fellas!

Would you prefer to enjoy a good day by the beach or in those dark gloomy rooms under the blankets? So when it is time for the Snowmen to come, just take a flight and make the right choice!

Mauritius – It’s a Pleasure!

 

 

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Author: Panda & Wolf's Discover (Mauritius)

"Panda & Wolf's Discover" Mobile Application aims at helping tourists to explore the unconventional or the unseen beauty of Mauritius. There is no questioning the beauty of Mauritius' beaches, and the famous powder white sands, which slope gently into sapphire blue waters, have long lured visitors to the island. Yet beyond their achingly picturesque aesthetics lies an island waiting to be discovered: markets hum, gardens bloom, swathes of feather-tipped sugarcane ripple across undulating fields and moss green mountains frame a verdant, compact landscape that spills into the Indian ocean – it is truly a tropical island paradise.

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