As the summer season begins, Mauritius island invites you to fly to paradise and enjoy its tropical sun. Now that the borders are open again, flights to the island are on the rise. Tour operators, hoteliers and tourist guides are filled with dynamism, enthusiasm and passion since the 1st of October, finally resuming their services.
Looking forward to some holidays in the tropics to forget the turbulence of recent years? Certified Safe Travels by the World Travel & Tourism Council, Mauritius invites you to discover or rediscover the island, with complete peace of mind.
Safety a priority
Thanks to the implementation of strict health protocols and a relentless awareness campaign for vaccination, Mauritius has one of the highest vaccination rates, with 83% of adults fully vaccinated. These measures, taken to ensure the safety of residents and tourists, have been reinforced by the entry conditions on the island since the beginning of the month.
The total opening of the island for vaccinated travellers is arranged on presentation of a complete vaccination record, insurance covering Covid-19 and a negative PCR test, carried out 72 hours before departure. Strict conditions, which will be completed on arrival by a PCR test. As for unvaccinated travellers, isolation is mandatory before being able to travel freely across the country.
Dive into a sea of adventures!
Adventure awaits all around the island, you just need to respect two things: wearing your mask and social distancing. For those in search of relaxation, revel in hotels with blissful comfort and leisure, amidst the added bonus of magnificent views in the background.
While some activities are still controlled due to Covid-19, you can still enjoy the island in peace: hikes in the tea fields, swimming with dolphins, or boat trips to fill up on the sun.
If an intermission in paradise is not enough for you, you can simply live there! The Visa Premium offers the opportunity of a long stay. Valid for one year, with the possibility of renewal, this visa allows those who dream of island life, to take advantage of it for their retirement or even to work remotely …