19 JunLocal Time: 06:46 MUT UK Time: 03:46 BST
- Sunrise 06:43
- Sunset 17:37
- Moonrise 13:10
- Moonset 01:10
|Temp feels like:||20°c (68°f)|
|Length of Day:||13h 21m|
|Dew Point:||18 °c (64°f)|
|Pressure:||30.09 " (1019 hpa)|
Average for June: 21.5°c (71°f)
Wed 19 Jun23°C (73°F)Night 19°C (66°F)
Thu 20 Jun26°C (79°F)Night 20°C (68°F)
Fri 21 Jun25°C (77°F)Night 21°C (70°F)
Sat 22 Jun25°C (77°F)Night 20°C (68°F)
Weather Overview for Blue Bay
a beautiful marine park, is situated in the southeast of Mauritius. Now
protected by the government to safeguard its superb natural beauty and diverse
marine life and important network of coral reefs, Blue Bay
emits a siren call to anyone with a love of venturing to unspoilt parts of the
world; not to mention pristine white sands, sparkling azure seas and a spot
of sunbathing, snorkelling, scuba diving and surfing. Mauritius’ comparatively undeveloped southern
part is where Blue
Bay’s most stunning and
wildest scenery is situated.
Blue Bay beach is one Mauritius’ most unspoilt and undeveloped spots, although with the development of luxury hotels in the pipeline, many fear Blue Bay may go the same was as the rest of the island. So, head there now for a memorable holiday before this beautiful part of the world loses its unique, special unspoilt charm. Just be sure to tread lightly.
Due to a fairly exposed beach break, Blue Bay receives distant groundswells, with the best swell coming from the southwest. Blue Bay is a Mecca for water sports enthusiasts, as well as being a prime surf spot; it’s great for windsurfing, snorkelling, diving and deep sea fishing. Land lovers meanwhile can enjoy hiking, table tennis, volleyball and tennis.
Blue Bay lies within the tropical zone and enjoys a hot tropical climate with a short dry season. The tropical heat is tempered by the surrounding seas, so temperatures never soar uncomfortably high. The west coast is the hottest and driest part of Mauritius, while the uplands maintain cooler temperature. Humidity levels however can reach high, and sometimes uncomfortable levels – especially at night. Rainfall is pretty substantial throughout the whole year, specifically on high ground and on the southern coasts, which are most exposed to the southeast trade winds.
From November until May Blue Bay is hot and humid with an average temperature of around 29˚C, however, the trade winds blowing in from the southeast cool things down a bit. There is on average 7 daily hours of sunshine, and the sea water temperature is around 27˚C. The UV index is very high at 11, so cover up. These months see a minimum of one cyclone with a strong rush of wind that exceeds 120km/h. Usually, there is around four cyclones in this part of the equator during the summer season, and heavy downpour and turbulent weather is part of the course. Click here for rainfall levels and rainfall days.
From June to October Blue Bay remains tropically hot and relatively humid. The average temperature is around 25˚C, with a possible low of 23˚C. There is on average 6 daily hours of sunshine, and the sea water temperature is around 25˚C. The UV index has dropped to around 6, which is still high so be safe in the sun. Click here for rainfall levels and rainfall days.