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Its name is enough to make one dream of long white sandy beaches, luxurious hotels, welcoming smiles and delicious food… Mauritius enjoys a degree of social harmony and cultural understanding that makes it a model for successfully promoting the benefits of ethnic diversity and co-existence. With a long tradition of stability and security, Mauritius has been consistently ranked as the best located country in the Indian Ocean region.
Mauritius is characterised by a marine climate with regular south-east trade winds. It is tropical in the summer and temperate in the winter. The summer months (dry season) run from November to April, while the winter (wet season) runs from May to October.
On the coast, the temperature varies between 24°C and 30°C in summer and between 18°C and 25°C in winter. The temperature in the centre is about 5 degrees lower.
In summer, they can rise to 40°C on the coast, but they are bearable thanks to a light sea breeze in the west and a stronger wind in the east. The Central Plateau is slightly cooler at this time of year and generally does not exceed 30°C.
In winter, the sun rises around 6:30 am and sets around 6 pm. There are large temperature differences between day and night. During the day, the temperature fluctuates between 22°C and 27°C with sunshine sometimes obscured by scattered clouds. But as soon as the sun goes down, temperatures drop rapidly to 15°C on the coast and 9°C on the central plateau.
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