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MAURITIUS IS OPENING! 1st October 2021

Mauritius borders are set to re-open after 18 months on Friday 1st October 2021 - with one of the highest full vaccination rates in Africa.

88% of the adult population in Mauritius have been vaccinated, although this does not protect us against new variants, it does play a key part in the process of getting things back to normal and enjoying a stay in paradise.

“We now all have to learn to live with COVID-19. The vaccination rollout in Mauritius was good and

the vaccination rate high enough to make it safe to now ask the population to resume their normal lives,

while respecting barrier measures” - Dr Laurent Musango

We have highlighted some information for both vaccinated and unvaccinated passengers planning to visit Mauritius.


  • If you're fully vaccinated you can freely explore Mauritius and its attractions throughout your stay

  • It is mandatory to arrange COVID-19 insurance/health cover

  • Present proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours from your last point of embarkation

  • PCR required on arrival (free of charge)

  • A self administered antigen test on day 5 of your stay is required

  • All travellers must fill out health forms before and during your flight to Mauritius


  • Present proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours from your last point of embarkation

  • Book a quarantine stay at an official quarantine hotel: GOLD CREST, GOLD BEACH, GRAND BLUE, AMBRE

  • You are required to stay in your hotel room for 14 nights

  • PCR test on arrival, day 7 and day 14 of your stay

  • After a negative PCR test on day 14. you can explore Mauritius and move to a new accomodation

  • The cost of the three PCR tests is approx Rs12,000

Please note that information is subject to change following further advice and events.



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