Mauritius is one of the most beautiful beach destinations around the world. The emerald waters surrounding the sun kissed beaches, unique rustic settings and the exotic island wildlife and the lovely blue lagoon attracts a great deal of tourists and nature lovers to this oasis annually. Accommodation can be sought in guesthouses, camping sites or Mauritius luxury resorts launched all over the island including InterContinental Mauritius Resort Balaclava Fort.The coastline around the country is approximately 330km and infested with golden sandy beaches are lush green vegetation including coconut trees stretching onto the blue green waters everywhere. All the beaches in Mauritius are open to the public with spacious parking areas and toilets. The west coast of the island is said to be a surfing haven as it is blessed with long stretches of puffy, golden sand, shallow waters and splendid sunsets. However the most popular beaches are found in the east coast. The warm azure waters hugging the palm fringed beaches, the east is said to have the most glamourous beaches.
This is a tropical island, which is usually known for warmer climate throughout the year. This is a pleasant weather for a beach bound summer holiday, although the temperatures will drop during the months of September to July and the water might get too cold for sea bathing during this time. The climate is nice and comfortable from November to April as it is the summer. This is the best time for relaxing sea baths, soaking up the tropical sun and simply lazing around in your swim wear.
The beaches in Mauritius are popular for watersports. ‘The Tamarian beach’ located in the west coast, also known as the surf beach, has the ideal surfing conditions and is greatly attracted by surf lovers all over the world. ‘The Flic en Flac beach’ is another west coast beach known for its charming grandeur, and the area is covered with beautiful coral reef, making it a snorkeling hotspot. ‘The Mont Choisy beach’, the longest beach of the island is famous for skiing, deep sea diving, speed boat, wind surfing and other thrilling water sports. Further the beach is often used to play volley ball or football. Kayaking is also a popular activity among the waters surrounding the Mauritius beaches such as the Poste Lafayette Beach.Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+