Mauritius Flights Guide
Mauritius, the paradise island is best known for its beaches including Belle Mare Beach, La Cuvette beach, and Le Morne. Once you've soaked up enough sun, head to the centre of the island to visit the colonial mansion of Eureka. Learn more about Mauritius culture by visiting tea plantations and sugarcane fields at Bois Cheri and L'adventure du sucre before being charmed by the interesting landscape of the Coloured Earth in Chamarel.
Mauritius is easy to explore by car. Well known cities include Grand Bay, Port Louis, and Rose Hill and are easy to travel to on the two major highways of M1 and the new M2. These trips can take anywhere between 30 minutes to two hours.
Mauritius' mild maritime climate brings moderate temperatures throughout the year. In the summer, temperatures reach an average of 25 degrees celsius and 20 degrees in the winter. The wettest months fall between February and March leaving the month of October to be the driest.If you're flying to Mauritius during the winter and summer holidays, expect to pay more for flights as these are the busier times of the year. Travel during the spring months of March and April to avoid the wet cyclone season and take advantage of cheaper travel costs. You can always expect mild weather no matter the time of year.