May 11, 2022

Mauritius reopens its borders to travelers from October 1

Mauritius is preparing to reopen its borders to travelers from October. This should be good news for fully vaccinated international travelers, who have been looking forward to visiting Mauritius for a long time.

It would appear that people visiting with a valid RT-PCR negative PCR report that was obtained 72 hours before their departure, will visit the island nation and explore the island freely without any restrictions. The rule will be applicable from October 1, 2021.

Although the island nation has partially opened its doors from mid-July, only vaccinated visitors who are willing to stay in a “resort bubble” for at least 14 days are allowed to visit the island nation at this time.

Referring to this, the director of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA), Arvind Bundhun, said Mauritius is delighted to see the world open again to travel. He added that the nation has been welcoming international visitors to the island nation since mid-July and said the “resort bubbles” have proven to be a big hit.

He added that they are now looking forward to the next stage of reopening the borders, which is from October 1, when vaccinated visitors will be able to freely explore the island without any restrictions upon arrival. He also added that the safety and security of Mauritian residents, citizens and guests remains paramount.

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