Mauritius, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean is famous for its long stretches of white sandy beach and lagoon. The island has lots of land and water activities to offer all age group, from a relaxing afternoon on the beach, hiking, diving, fishing to kitesurfing for the adrenaline seekers.
Mauritius makes a perfect holiday destination in many ways. To start off with it is located in the southern hemisphere, which allows you a warm Christmas and New Year celebration on the beach. Whereas winter is very mild, one can enjoy a sunny day without being drenched in sweat.
While English is the official language, French and Creole are often spoken. With approximately 60% of the population being Indian origin, Asian languages and dialects are widely used too. Additional the rising popularity of Mandarin, it has give way to a growing number of Chinese speakers.
As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe and Asia. That said, winter is not the kind of winter that most people have in mind. Summer: Warm humid summer runs from November to April, where temperature peaks from December to February up to 32°C.Winter: May to October, is generally more pleasant with milder temperature (average 19°C) and prevailing winds.
Surfers – the best time for surfing is June to August.
The northern and the western parts of the island are warmer and drier than the eastern southern regions.
Air Mauritius has launched direct flights from/to Beijing, Chengdu, Hong Kong and Shanghai; China southern airlines has chartered flights between Mauritius and Shenzhen
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The Mauritius Casela Park is a real nature and adventure park
There are various famous little islands off the coast of the
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