Mauritius, the closest island to Heaven

Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, surrounded by beautiful coral reefs. One of the British Commonwealth located on the southern side of the African continent and east of Madagascar. It once flourished as an intermediary for Indian merchants and now houses many descendants of Indians. It is also famous as a luxury tourist destination for celebrities from all over the world on vacation, and is called ‘The Lady of the Indian Ocean’.

Official name Republic of Mauritius
Language Creole 、 English, French

Port Louis


Hinduism, Islam, Christianity

Currency MUR


Mauritius is a country located near the Tropic of Cancer and has a tropical climate with little difference in annual temperature. Summer is the rainy season from December to May, and winter is the dry season from June to November. The best time to visit Mauritius is in the summer, when you can enjoy the sea, from December to February. The best season is from September to October, which is the turning point of the season.

Travel season

During this period, it is the rainy season and you feel sensual with a lot of precipitation. The maximum temperature is around 31 ℃. The amount of rainfall varies by area, but annual precipitation on the east coast is 1,400 mm, 600 mm on the west coast, and 4,000 mm on the interior plateau.

This time it is the dry season, and the sunny days continue. During the colder months, from July to August, the wind is cold and long sleeves may be required. Sea water temperature is also low. The highest temperature in winter is 26-29 ℃, and the lowest temperature is 19-21 ℃.

Tropical cyclones can be attacked.

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Mauritius Highlights

Chamarel Falls

Chamarel Falls is the highest waterfall in Mauritius. It is located in the Black River Gorge National Park in the southwestern part of the main island. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Mauritius with its beautiful water flowing from about 100 meters high in the lush nature.

Port Louis

The capital of Mauritius, the cultural, economic and political center of the country. ‘Apravasi Ghat’, a group of buildings accredited by immigrants registered as World Heritage by UNESCO, ‘Plaza Plas Darm’, which is a convenient starting point for walking around the city, ‘Adelaide Fort’, a fortress that dominates The city The ‘Blue Penny Museum’, where the seals that are said to be most valuable are displayed. Port Louis is a relatively small city, so you can explore all the sights in a few hours.

Casera World of Adventures

It is a natural leisure park in the western part of the main island. You can see 150 species of birds, including rare pink pigeons and various wild animals on the large grounds. A popular activity is the lion walk, which allows you to walk with a lion, and walk with a lion of about 1 year old for about 1 hour. It is recommended to book in advance directly in the park (with height and age restrictions).

There are also animal contact areas for baby lions and turtles, a Segway tour, a four-wheeled buggy tour, and other facilities for adults and children to enjoy.

Pamplemousse Botanical Garden

It is a botanical garden famous throughout the world for its unique and exotic plants. Don’t miss the gigantic Victoria Amazonica water lily, said to be about 3 meters long, and the Talipot palm, one of the largest palm trees in the world. Guided tours are recommended because the site is huge.

Taza marlou

Cap Malheureux is a small fish village located in the extreme north of Mauritius. The ‘red roof chapel’, which is a symbol of the village, is a highlight. You can enjoy the beautiful and beautiful scenery as if you were out of the painting.

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