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The south is the last region to have obtained the favours of national development policies. A visit to the South is always described as being a refreshingly soothing outing.
Perhaps it has to do with the prevailing south east trade winds blowing 10 months of the year. The barrier reefs in that area are only 20 metres away from the beach and swimming is strictly prohibited.

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WEATHER & CLIMATE

Since the wind blows generally offshore and the beaches and lagoons are well protected, the northern region is ideal for spending your Mauritius holiday during the windy winter months.

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WEATHER & CLIMATE

Stretching from Grand Gaube in the north to Pointe aux Feuilles in the south east, the eastern coast of Mauritius is the one of the last region to have obtained the favours of national development policies.

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Climate: Tropical

Seasons: 2 seasons, rainy and dry. February and March tend to be the rainiest months and, in combination with the hot weather, quite humid.

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