Mauritius Weather March Averages, Mauritius

    • Temperature Temperature 26°C 79°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 28°C 82°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 23°C 73°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 178 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 9 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 27°C 81°F

    Mauritius Weather for March 2023

    What's the Weather Like in Mauritius in March?

    How Hot Is Mauritius In March?

    The warm season in Mauritius generally lasts from 5 December to 9 April with an average daily high temperature above 29°C.

    InMarch, the month is characterized by constant daily high temperatures, with maximum temperatures reaching 28°C, however, temperatures can still exceed 31°C one day in ten at this time of year.

    Throughout March the average temperature stays around 26°C and on a cool day temperatures can fall to a pleasant 23°C.

    Sunshine Hours In March

    There's an average of eight hours of sunshine in March.

    Is Mauritius Wet In March?

    Precipitation is generally high during the summer months in Mauritius and March falls within the end of the cyclone season. There's a 62% chance of some precipitation with little variation over the course of the month. 

    Is Mauritius WIndy In March?

    During March, typical wind speeds vary from light to moderate breezes, rarely exceeding 10 m/s. 

    Is The Sea Warm Enough To Swim In Mauritius In March?

    The sea temperature during March in very warm at 27°C perfect for a day at the beach.

    How Humid Does Mauritius Get In March?

    Furthermore, during March the humidity levels typically range from a mildly humid 70% to a very humid 96%, rarely dropping below a mildly humid 63% or reaching as high as 100%

    Unusual March Weather In Mauritius

    On 30 March 2013, severe torrential rainfall caused floods throughout Port Louis and Plaines Wilhems. It is estimated that over 150mm of rainfall fell in less than three hours, causing traffic chaos, resulting in the death of 11 people.

    At this time of year, cyclones can occur, however, they will rarely affect your holiday. The most recenttropical storms and cyclones to hit Mauritius in March were Diwa in 2006 and Davina in 1999

    Davina was an intense cyclone where wind speeds reached a staggering 173 km/h and Diwa was more of a severe tropical storm where wind speeds reached 126 km/h.

    Hotels for Mauritius in March

    One & Only Le Saint Geran 

    The One & Only Le Saint Geran is an exclusive four-star hotel located in Belle Mare. Surrounded by coconut palms trees and a private sandy beach, this hotel is perfect if you are looking for a romantic getaway. Other facilities at this hotel include a spa centre, a 9-hole golf course, restaurants, a wine cellar, a modern gym, an outdoor swimming pool and five floodlit tennis courts.

    Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel

    However, if you want to stay in the capital of Mauritius, in Port Louis you must stay at the Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel. This extravagant hotel features several restaurants serving different cuisines from around the world. Guests can also enjoy a complimentary cruise aboard a catamaran, which lies just a five-minute drive away from the hotel.

    La Serenade Bed and Breakfast

    If you're looking for a cheaper option why not try La Serenade Bed and Breakfast in Grand Bay. This small hotel boasts an outdoor swimming pool, rooftop terrace, bar and serves a gourmet breakfast everyday of the week, serving tropical fruits and fresh pastries. 

    Beaches for March for Mauritius

    Blue Bay

    Blue Bay is one of the most popular beaches located on the southeast coast of the island. This beach offers soft, white sand and clear calm water, making it superb for water sport activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving.

    Gris Gris

    Furthermore, Gris Gris is home to some of the most dramatic scenery in the south of the island. The only problem with this beach is that it is not very safe for swimming, however it is great if you want a relaxing stroll along the seafront.


    Bellemare is one of the most beautiful beaches on the whole island, and can be found situated along the east coast. Because of its length this beach is popular for activities such as jogging or playing beach volleyball, meaning that it can get rather busy during the height of the tourist season, however its clear, turquoise waters and clean sand make up for it.

    St. Felix Beach

    St Felix is a public beach situated in the south of the island, between the towns of Soulliac and Beele Ombre. This beach boasts exceptionally clean white sand and beautiful clear turquoise water. 

    Restaurants and Bars for Mauritius in March

    The Beach House Restaurant & Bar

    The Beach House Restaurant & Bar is located in Grand Baie, Mauritius. This place serves anything from Portuguese to Mexican cuisine, so you definitely have plenty of choice!

    Escale Creole

    Escale Creole is a traditional Creole restaurant run by a mother and daughter team. This superb eatery is located inside a tropical garden, found in Moka, Mauritius. Apart from serving delicious Creole cuisine, they also brew their own rum, using specials herbs and spices to create a distinctive homely taste.

    Big Willy's

    Big Willy's has become one of the hottest bar and nightclubs in the whole of Mauritius, however it is mainly known for its live sporting coverage and superb affordable prices. Every Friday and Saturday night a DJ is hired to play out the latest hits and occasional live music is also played in the tropical garden.

    Things to Do in Mauritius in March

    Pieter Both

    Pieter Both is the second highest mountain in Mauritius, measuring at 820 metres tall! If you wish to climb the mountain, it takes approximately an hour, however it is a rather difficult climb, the views are certainly worth it. Pieter Both was originally named after the first Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies, and it is renowned across the island for its gigantic rock formation at the top of the mountain, which is said to resemble a human head.

    Eureka House

    Eureka House (Maison Eureka) is an authentic Creole house that was built in 1830, located by the river of Moka. This elegant building was originally owned by French and British aristocrats in the 19th century and was once owned by the island's biggest sugar baron. The Eureka Mansion and its grounds provide an intriguing glimpse into colonial life; however, it is much more than a house and museum as the property also boasts many waterfalls, endemic plants and lush greenery. 

    Centre Equestre De Riambel

    Horse riding is a popular activity in Mauritius, as the island boasts many stunning beaches, which are just perfect for galloping across. The Centre Equestre De Riambel is based in the south of the island and provides many different horse riding tours along Mauritius' deserted beaches, as well as the possibility of even swimming with the horses!

    Skydive Austral Mauritius

    On the other hand, adrenaline junkies will love Skydive Austral Mauritius. Take to the skies at over 10,000 feet and jump out of a plane with a professional skydiver, who will do all the work for you. This experience is definitely a once in a lifetime experience but not for the faint-hearted! 

    Dates for the diary

    March is a relatively quiet month in terms of events in Mauritius. March 12th is Independence Day, marking the date when Mauritius gained its independence in 1968 and also this is the same date that Mauritius became a Republic in 1992.

    Furthermore, March also sees the continuation of Maha Shivaratree, which is celebrated every year by Hindus in honor of the Lord Shiva. This is a three-day festival where Hindus pilgrimage to the Grand Bassin, a holy lake located on the island. Once at the lake, people will make food sacrifices and fetch holy water from the lake. Many people are also dressed in white, whilst carrying bamboo on their shoulders as a sacrifice.

    The Holi Festival is another important ceremony taking place in Mauritius, also celebrated by Hindus. Many people celebrate the festival by splashing friends, family and strangers with coloured water and powder! 

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