Travel ban from South Africa lifted

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Travel ban from South Africa to Mauritius is lifted

Travel Ban Lifted

The 18-month travel ban imposed on South Africa by Mauritius has been lifted as of 10 September 2021.

Great news: Travellers from South Africa will no longer have to spend fifteen days outside the country before getting to Mauritius! This is in line with the Government’s policy of slowly opening up the island’s borders.

South Africans have been longing for Mauritius they know and love, from white sandy beaches and clear blue seas and skies, to our warm and friendly people, and so much more. Mauritius is ready and we can’t wait to welcome South Africans back to our beautiful country,” says Arvind Bundhun, Director of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA).

For more information, please visit Mauritius Now

Fully Vaccinated Travellers

Fully vaccinated travelers from South Africa can now enjoy a holiday in a certified COVID-19-safe hotel until September 30, 2021. They will have full access to hotel facilities (except the spa) and the beach. A PCR test on the day of arrival, and day 7 will be conducted. To venture out and explore the island, they will need a negative test result on day 7.

From the 1st of October and onwards, fully vaccinated travelers can choose their own accommodation. They can move around the island from their arrival, subject to a negative PCR test completed 3 – 7 days prior to boarding their flight.

Unvaccinated travelers will, however, still have to spend a 14-day quarantine period in a designated quarantine facility.

Time to get your travel kit and start packing! For those looking to invest in or relocate to Mauritius, take a look at our projects. You can visit them live during your next visit!

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