With outstanding white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, a honeymoon in Mauritius promises a special experience. Mauritius is a treasure chest of experiences; stay at one of our luxury hotels mentioned below and experience a romantic Mauritius honeymoon.
Best Time to visit Mauritius
Mauritius has tropical climate with warm weather year-round and can be visited throughout the year. Here’s a monthly break up of climatic conditions of Mauritius for you to plan your travel.
May – December: Winter season in Mauritius starts from the month of May. May – December are considered as the best time to visit Mauritius as the weather is mild and pleasant. Winters are the best time to explore Mauritius, its beaches, nearby islands, wildlife and are also a great season for water sport enthusiasts.
January to April: Summer season in Mauritius starts from the month of January. The max temperature during summer goes up to 33°C and the min at 25°C. Also known as off season, Summer time ensures that great deals on hotel stay. Make sure to carry an umbrella along as rain showers are pretty frequent during this time.
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List of Attraction in Mauritius
- Flic En Flac
- Tamarind falls
- La preneuse
- Ganga talao
- Black river gorges national park Mauritius
- Trou aux Cerfs
- Blue penny museum
- Eureka house Mauritius
- Mare aux vacoas
- Pamplemousses botanical garden
- Pieter both mountain
- Mauritius aquarium
- Sugar museum and factory
- Casela Park
- Crocodile and Giant Tortoise Park
Thing to Do in Mauritius
- Seaplane Tour
- Catamaran Sailing Cruises
- Helicopter Tour
- Safari, Animals and Wildlife Activities
- Walks with Lions
- Interaction with Lions
- Swimming with Dolphins and Whales Watching
Glass Bottom Boat Ride, Submarine Trip, Underwater Sea Walk, Underwater Scooter, Traditional Mauritian Boat Trip, Snorkeling, Parasailing, Water Ski, Kayaking, Speed Boat, Sea Hover, Safari Diving, Yatch
How to reach Mauritius
The best and the easiest way to reach Mauritius is by air. Mauritius is served by a number of international airlines such as Aeroflot, Air Austral, Air Europe, Air France, Air Madagascar, Air India, Air Mauritius, Air Seychelles, Air Zimbabwe, British Airways, Condor, Emirates, Singapore Airlines and South African Airways.
Reaching Mauritius by sea is a luxurious and romantic option. Being an island nation, you can embark on luxury cruises from South African ports like Durban, Madagascar, Reunion Island or Rodrigues Island. There are also cruise companies, such as Costa Cruises, which organize cruises to Mauritius.
In Mauritius, visitors aged 16 years and over may import 200 cigarettes or 250g of tobacco; 1L of spirits; 2L of wine, ale or beer; 250mL of eau de toilette; and up to 100mL of perfume.
There are restrictions on importing food, plants and animals, for which import permits are required. Other prohibited and restricted articles include spear guns and items made from ivory, shell, turtleshell or other materials banned under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES); it is also illegal to take such items out when you leave.
You don’t need a visa to enter Mauritius if you are a citizen of the EU, the USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Republic of India and Japan or a number of other countries. You can find more information on the government website (www.passport.gov.mu). Initial entry is granted for a maximum of three months and proof of a planned and paid-for departure is required, although not always asked for.
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