Mauritius in September

Climate

September has the lowest rainfall of any month in Mauritius which means plenty of sunshine for long beach days. Day time temperatures are in the low 20s and night time temperatures drop to about 18C – bring along a sweater or jacket for nights.

Dolphins in Flic en Flac

Highlights of the month/disadvantage + advantages

September is still low season in Mauritius, so it’s a great time to travel for quiet beaches, good prices on flights and discounts on hotels. It’s a good month for kite surfing and surfing.

Père Laval Feast Day is on the 9th of September, a Christian holy day when pilgrims travel to the shrine of Ste-Croix in Port Louis to ask for miracles.

In September or October, the festival Ganesh Chathurti see Mauritian Hindus celebrating the god Ganesh with elaborate feasts.


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Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari

day 1 to 3

Tuck yourself away from the rest of the world
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari

day 4

An unforgettable overnight
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari

day 5 to 10

Enjoy the tropical paradise
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari
  • Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari

day 11

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