Mauritius lifts all travel restrictions

Mauritius lifts all travel restrictions

Travellers are no longer required to test or quarantine on arrival

The Republic of Mauritius is welcoming all travellers with the lifting of all Covid-19 restrictions.

The Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority confirmed that those arriving in the country are no longer required to take a Covid test or self-isolate.

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The successful acceleration of the country’s vaccination programme has allowed Mauritius to progress with its full. The nation’s double-vaccination rate now stands at more than 90%, and around two-thirds of the adult population have also received their booster shots.


Mauritius partially reopened its borders on 1 October 2021 and more than 500,000 tourists have travelled to the destination since then.

Mauritius, known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, is a diverse island with several natural treasures and world-famous beaches. In addition, the country’s mountains, rivers and gorges are a draw for adventure travellers. Hiking opportunities include Le Morne, a Unesco World Heritage Site, quad biking in the savannah, canyoning in the gorges and rivers, hiking and swimming in the canyon at Domaine de Chazal, and the longest zipline in the Indian Ocean at La Vallée des Couleurs.

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