Mauritius Reopens for Some Travelers

Mauritius will reopen on July 15, 2021, to non-resident, vaccinated South Africans and travelers from India, France,and the UK. The country remains closed to any person who has visited South Africa, Brazil, Reunion Island, or Mayotte Island within 15 days of arrival until June 30.

What to Expect
  • All prospective passengers (including children and infants) traveling to Mauritius must possess the following documents:
    • A certificate of a negative PCR test administered between 5 and 7 days prior to the date of boarding at the last point of embarkation.
      • Travelers from India must complete their PCR tests at approved laboratories will be accepted.
      • Passengers traveling from France must have compelling health, family, or economic-related reasons for their journey and they must complete a form as prescribed by the French Ministry of Interior which is available here.
      • Passengers arriving from Reunion must have compelling personal, family, health, or professional reasons that cannot be postponed to be authorized to travel.
      • Passengers traveling from England must complete an official declaration confirming the reason for traveling abroad.
    • A valid air ticket to Mauritius.  It is important that you provide your email address and mobile number for us to communicate with you.
    • Proof of purchase of a travel package including accommodation, on a full board basis, at a designated hotel for a mandatory 14-day in-room quarantine.
    • A self-isolation period of 7 days following the 14 days hotel accommodation quarantine.

Incoming passengers to Mauritius must download and fill their Public Health Covid-19 Passenger Health Self-Declaration Form and Passenger Locator Form which must be handed over to the Ministry of Health and Wellness counters upon their arrival.