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February: East Coast and wind

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February: East Coast and wind


We're planning to spend 8 nights in Mauritius, second part of next February. We've been already there 3 times always on the West Coast (Le Morne, Flin-en-Flac and Trou aux Biches).

We'd like to visit the East Coast this time (looking at Touessrok hotel). I've heard that East Coast is more exposed to wind and that wind is blowing constantly. I'm not a fan of windy weather. My husband, who's a diver, is concerned about how wind affects sea conditions and weather in general at this time of the year.

Can anyone tell me what should we expect? is wind really annoying in February?

Thank you!

UK, Mauritius
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1. Re: February: East Coast and wind

The south easterlies blow all year but are at their strongest in winter - particulary July and August.

The breeze is welcome in February as it cools you down - conditions are hot and humid and we can expect daytime highs of 35C this year according to the long range forecast.

See here if you havent already seen it:


Also be aware its the rainiest month and statistically likely to have cyclonic weather.

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