Discover the Diving experience in Mauritius
Discover Mauritius Island
Mauritius is a major destination for nature lovers and scuba diving with several exceptional spots and lot of water activities, Mauritius has become one of the best diving destinations in the Indian Ocean
Mauritius is surrounded by coral reefs and a rich and diverse marine life, where you can find plenty of species of colorful fish throughout the year. One of the key attractions of the island is swimming with dolphins and humpback whales watching all these activities are done in respect of the nature and habits of its beautiful mammals.
Mauritius is surrounded by beautiful islets with their unique characteristics, each island offers impressive diving spots and rare beauty with a nature preserve, natural attractions are common all around the island, snorkeling near the island aux Benitiers, rock crystal and find the crying rock located in Souillac .
There are several dive centers around the island , making diving accessible wherever you choose your stay on your holiday in Mauritius , however , if you are a hardens diver snorkeling beyond the reefs is an alternative that is needed to discover the wonders of the underwater world of the island. Mauritius also offers diving in shallow waters for beginners. For more experienced one’s divers, rock, cave formations and wrecks are on the list of places to visit.
The diving sessions are available around the island by divers experience and recognized. You will easily find a dive center if you stay in a hotel because the centers are in close collaboration with the hotel group on the island, giving a preference to the customers.
Discover Rodrigues Island real gems located a few kilometers from Mauritius, just dive among the pristine coral reefs of Rodrigues island, ideal destination for diving . The isolated location and limited commercial development of Rodrigues have always restricted fishing activities to a minimum. In lagoons canoes are generally operated at the pole. The coral reef is still intact and is a unique paradise for divers.
November to March is the best time to dive is when the water is clearer. However, this is also the time when there are usually a few days of heavy rain. In July and August, the sea is often too rough to dive the east side of the island. The sea is calmer and warmer on the west coast throughout the year. However, the East Coast has some of the best dive sites in Mauritius
Weather Coast is different from that of the west coast - the former being much drier during January and February, when prevailing winds drive the east, the race in the mountains and dump rain on central and west of Mauritius. During these months, light rains fall throughout the year. The highest average daytime temperatures occur from January to April and top out around 35 ° C (95 ° F). The coolest period is from July to September, when the average temperature of 24 ° C ( 75 ° F) during the day and 16 ° C ( 60 ° F ) at night. The humidity is generally higher between ctober and June.