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Detailed Restriction/Reopening Information For Mauritius
Data Last Updated: August 03, 2021

General Information

Partially Open

Mauritius has officially reopened its borders to foreigners from all countries. Entry restrictions will vary according to the vaccination status.  

From July to September, all fully vaccinated visitors can enter Mauritius as tourists but they must stay at any of the "certified Covid-19 Safe Hotels". For the first 14 days, guests are not allowed to leave their resort. They will only be allowed to explore the island after 14 days and after testing negative for a PCR test. Those who are staying less than 14 days must leave the island at the end of their holiday.

From October onwards, all fully vaccinated travelers can enter Mauritius and roam the island freely provided they submit a negative Covid-19 test result upon boarding.

All unvaccinated travelers entering Mauritius will be subject to testing and 14-days in-room quarantine. During their quarantine, they will be tested thrice, and only when the results are negative will they be allowed to roam the island freely.

Mauritius Travel Alerts

Mask Requirement

Mask is required to be worn in all public indoor, public transport and certain outdoor areas where social distancing is not possible.

Internal Restrictions/Closures

Authorities in Mauritius have announced that restrictions on all economic and social activities, previously enforced to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), will be lifted June 15. 

All individuals are required to wear protective facemasks in public spaces and workplaces and on public transport. In addition to previously reopened establishments, the following remaining services, facilities, and activities may resume from June 15:

Public beaches, parks, cinemas, village halls, community centers, and similar public buildings, gym/sports complexes, group sports activities, fairs, casinos and gaming houses, discotheques, recreational/amusement parks, and nature parks will be permitted to open to the public.

Religious and social gatherings, including weddings, will be permitted.

Most schools will resume July 1, instead of August 1, as previously stated.


Airlines & Transport

Travel restrictions will be relaxed further from Oct. 1, when borders will reopen and nationals, residents, and tourists planning long stays will be allowed to enter the country.

Status of Opening to Tourists

Information based on tourists place of residence being in that country for the last 14 days

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Strict Quarantine For Tourists From:

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Information for Non-Tourists

Anyone entering Mauritius will be place in a government-run quarantine centre for a minimum of 14 days. This is a mandatory requirements and there are no exceptions.

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