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Holidays to Trou aux Biches

Trou aux Biches Holidays, Mauritius

Trou aux Biches Holidays

On the north-west coast of Mauritius, Trou aux Biches provides an ideal location for that dream Mauritian holiday. With gorgeous beaches, fantastic hotels and great facilities Trou aux Biches is a fast developing holiday resort close to becoming on of the leading resorts on the island. The Casuarina tree shaded sands extend from Trou aux Biches to Mont Choisy further down the coast to Pointe aux Canonniers and Grand Baie beyond.

Trou aux Biches Beach holidays

A Trou aux Biches holiday places you on an excellent coral beach which stretches around a sheltered lagoon. The pure white sand and clear waters attract a variety of marine life which makes Trou aux Biches an excellent holiday destination for those looking to enjoy snorkelling or scuba diving. You may, however, want to take a more relaxed approach and spend your Trou aux Biches holiday soaking in the tropical sun on the brilliant beach; the choice is yours.

Things to do on a Trou aux Biches Holiday

While Trou aux Biches has become a relatively built-up resort, it is still pretty quiet, the town contains a range of excellent restaurants although anybody looking for more entertainment can explore the busier Grand Baie which is only a few miles away and offers a range of bars, restaurants and clubs.

Trou aux Biches is only 15km from Port Louis and the capital city is well worth a visit during your holiday for its museums, architecture, markets and beautiful gardens

Weather and Climate

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.