Mauritius is a tropical island paradise in the Indian Ocean, approximately 1,100 miles off the East African coast. The beaches are of beautiful, soft, golden sands, protected by a coral reef which almost completely surrounds the island. The lagoons are warm and clear, safe and pleasant to swim in all the year round. It is a paradise, untainted by mass tourism and ideal for those who want a romantic honeymoon, wedding or holiday.

There is plenty to see and do – whether it is enjoying all that the sea has to offer lying on the beaches, snorkelling, windsurfing, water skiing, deep sea fishing for marlin – or sightseeing in Port Louis or tasting an exotic dish prepared in one of the many restaurants on the Island.

The people of Mauritius are a wonderful blend of Creole, Indian, Muslim, French and Chinese who are always happy, warm and friendly.

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Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel

Situated on the north coast of Mauritius, at Anse la Raie, Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel is the ideal address for an escape and happy moments together. It is an adult (from 18 years old onward) exclusive hotel for friends, couples and honeymooners thus guaranteeing a peaceful and tranquil holiday.

Those fond of intimate havens will choose the cove and its numerous love nests to share moments together. At the far end, the Peninsula with its new Infinity Pool overlooking the turquoise lagoon offers a spectacular view on the northern islands; its Indigo restaurant and Pop-in bar is a real invitation to those looking for a vibrant and trendy atmosphere by the sea.

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Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa is the only five-star luxury all-villa resort situated on the West Coast of Mauritius, a local region famous for its amazing sunset and its dry and warm climate. With a prime location, the resort is endowed with a long stretch of pristine beach that affords views of the spectacular rock of Le Morne Mountain and lazily borders a calm Indian Ocean, glittering in the bright sun all year round.

As a small family owned hotel, its uniqueness lies in its rich authentic Mauritian heritage experience. The resort comprises of 65 spacious villas with private pools and stretches across 27 lush acres of land, home to a host of protected species and some 150 endemic plants.

Maradiva is all about quality, authenticity and nature. It is the entire experience that comes together to create the magic of Maradiva.

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Angsana Balaclava Hotel

Set in a secluded cove in Turtle Bay, just next door to a lovely seaside village, on the picturesque North West coast of the island of Mauritius, is a tropical oasis, Angsana Balaclava Mauritius. With stylish suites and villas, private infinity pools and hammams, an award-winning spa, delectable gourmet offers. Nestled in the secluded area of Turtle Bay, Angsana Balaclava Mauritius luxury resort and spa is an oasis of relaxation and privacy ideal for travellers seeking a romantic getaway or a well being escape.

For spa aficionados, rejuvenate your senses and enhance your wellness at the award-winning Angsana Spa Balaclava Mauritius, which offers a wide range of upscale massages, hydrothermal and beauty treatments.

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The Westin

Embraced by the gently swaying sugar cane fields and the warm turquoise water of the Indian Ocean, The Westin Turtle Bay Resort & Spa Mauritius invites you to experience the magic of Mauritian hospitality in a truly luxurious setting.

An embodiment of their commitment to wellness, the Heavenly Spa located in its private garden allows you to immerse your mind and body and rejuvenate your spirit in a soothing sanctuary of tranquility.

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The Oberoi

The Oberoi embraced by twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical garden, enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay; a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. The Oberoi, Mauritius has access to six hundred metres of combed, white sand beaches, which are blessed with views of magnificent sunsets, every day.

Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Mauritius can savour fine international cuisine and local specialities in the magnificent main restaurant, or the unique On the Rocks dining venue or restored Gunpowder Room.

The Oberoi, Mauritius has a unique Touching Senses programme of daily changing complimentary activities, designed to refresh and rejuvenate the mind, body and soul. These include breathing techniques, sculpture classes, jogging, nature walks and much more. There is also a dedicated Kids Club: The Hub, for young guests.

Belle Mare Plage

The five star Belle Mare Plage Resort offers an extensive range of amenities for the holiday maker and sportsman alike. Situated directly on one of the islands loveliest sandy beaches on the east coast of Mauritius the hotel is set in well tended tropical gardens of almost 20 acres including 158 acres of golf course.

There is a choice of three restaurants that provide meals for the majority of the day including buffet meals in the evening. There are two bars, two swimming pools, three boutiques, hairdresser, beautician, massage, sauna, baby sitting service and childrens club are all available at the Belle Mare Plage Hotel.

Set along a stunning 2km white sand beach, in a sheltered bay on the east coast of Mauritius, Constance Belle Mare Plage is a harmonious combination of tropical environment and Constance Chic. Combining space and design, all rooms are thoughtfully furnished and decorated for your comfort

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Mauritius enjoys a typically tropical climate with year-round heat, although the southeast trade winds help it never to feel too muggy. The summer months are from December to April, when it can nevertheless be extremely humid, and the winter, such as it is, runs from May to November, and is cooler and drier.

The best months to visit Mauritius are May to early December. January and February, the peak cyclone months, are best avoided by water-sports enthusiasts and divers. Cyclones rarely hit Mauritius (although Rodrigues has suffered far more regularly than the mainland) but cyclones way out at sea can bring days of squally rain.

Coastal temperatures range between 25°C and 33°C in summer and between 18°C and 24°C in winter. On the plateau it will be some 5°C cooler. The highlands are also the wettest part of the island – it can rain here at any time of year, and even when it’s not raining the area can be cloaked in low-lying cloud.

When the winds are at their strongest in July and August it can be blustery on the east coast, though the breeze brings welcome relief in summer.

The weather in Mauritius is warm and pleasant the whole year long. You can also swim throughout the year in the Indian ocean due to the water temperature.  So any time in the year is right for a trip to Mauritius. You could spend a long time debating the best time of year to go.