I introduce myself, Ambroise and Andrée, Native of Switzerland established in Mauritius for more than 25 years if you have arrived here is not a coincidence. We are here to help you make your holiday an unforgettable moment in our house or beachfront apartment. Very well centered for visits to the island.
We are in Baie Du Tombeau, a very quiet and less touristy area, by the sea in the northwest of the Island. We are 10 minutes from the capital Port-Louis, 20 minutes from Grand Bay and 40 minutes from Flic en Flac.
Do not hesitate to ask us questions whether it is about the island and its inhabitants, the climate, what to put in your suitcase or about Mauritian gastronomy, we are here to help you. We let you discover our proposed activities and we hope to meet your expectations.
We offer you through some practical advice, the keys to a successful trip.
- Mauricie island has an area of 1865 km, the capital is Port-Louis and a mixed population: Indian, African, European and Chinese.
- the driving is left, but the priority remains right.
- the official language is English but French is fluent and Creole is the usual language.
- we use the Mauritian rupee - To convert the currency, it’s here
- Mauritius International Airport Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International
- Water is generally potable, but still avoid tap water.
- Mauritius has a tropical climate.
Prefer the months of May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December .
• The dry season, winter months, runs from May to October. The climate is warm and dry.
• The wet season in the southern summer runs from November to April.
With a tropical climate, Mauritius has two seasons: the warm and humid southern summer between November and April with temperatures of up to 30°C and the warmer and drier southern winter between May and October.
The climate in Mauritius is rather pleasant all year round.
- During the southern summer, it is very hot and humid with rains that can sometimes be violent. Although rare, cyclones can occur at this time of year. And why not spend the Christmas holidays with your family in Mauritius?
- If you’re looking for a bit more freshness and a drier climate, you’ll need to plan your trip between May and October during the southern winter. The temperatures are more bearable and vary between 17°C and 25°C. Surfers will prefer the months between June and August to enjoy the trade winds.
Although Mauritius can be visited all year round, we recommend the months of June to November to enjoy the island’s heavenly beaches. The temperatures will be pleasant and the rains will not be present.