Located on the South Eastern Coast of Mauritius, Camp des Pecheurs is translated into English as "Fisherman's Cove". Camp des Pecheurs is a village that still relies on the industry and holidaymakers will be able to see the traditional pirogue boats bringing in the daily catch of fish.
For those looking for a wider selection of restaurants and other activities Trou d'Eau Douce is within easy reach further north along the coast.
Mauritius has a tropical climate, with moderately high temperatures and humidity all year around. Temperatures never rise to such high levels that they become unbearable. The wettest period is from Jan-Mar (198-221mm per month); during these months cyclones may pass nearby giving occasional heavy rain/wind. May-Nov are much drier. There is between 7 and 9 sunshine hours per day throughout the year. The south and southeast coast are slightly windier than the rest of the Island.
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