Mauritius in October

Climate

Low rainfall and warmer temperatures (maximum average of 26C) make October an ideal month weather-wise for Mauritius.

Highlights of the month/disadvantage + advantages

Trou aux Biches

October sees an uptick in tourist numbers but it’s still not yet one of the busiest months, so it’s a wonderful time to travel to Mauritius. It’s the last good month of the year for surfing and it’s also a great time to go scuba diving.

Taking place in late October or early November, the Hindu festival of lights – Diwali – is sees a spectacular display of fireworks and lanterns as well as delicious festival foods.


Our Recommended Itinerary

Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)

day 1 to 3

Kruger National Park | Lion Sands Game Reserve
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)

day 4 to 7

Cape Town
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)

day 8 to 14

  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)
  • Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)

day 15

End of Journey

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