Mauritius in March

Climate

The month of March has warm temperatures and some rain, although less rainfall than earlier in the year. This month there is a chance of cyclones, although they aren’t that common – Mauritius typically gets hit with a cyclone once every five years.

March sees warm temperatures and some rain.

Highlights of the month/disadvantage + advantages

March is a popular time to visit Mauritius as it’s warm but not rainy or too busy. It’s an ideal time for scuba diving.


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