Mauritius Reopens To Vaccinated International Travellers From 15 July


Cheng Sim •  Jul 16, 2021

Travel opportunities are opening up for fully vaccinated travellers. With dream destinations like the Maldives, Greece, and more countries reopening their borders to vaccinated travellers, hope remains high that leisure travel will be here before we know it. If you've always wanted to go on a beach getaway, we have good news for you!

Mauritius reopens to vaccinated travellers in July 2021

Mauritius reopens to vaccinated travellers

Known for its scenic beaches and turquoise waters, Mauritius reopens to vaccinated international travellers starting from 15 July 2021. In effort to revive its tourism industry, this subtropical island country will reopen in stages with the first phase to begin from 15 July to 30 September 2021. During this time frame, vaccinated travellers are required to stay in hotels that are certified as COVID-19 safe for 14 days. They also need to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival as well as on Day 7 and Day 14 of their stay in Mauritius.

Mauritius reopens to vaccinated travellers

For travellers who are staying fewer than 14 days, they're only permitted to explore within the hotel and not allowed to explore the surrounding area or beyond. If the first phase is successful, Mauritius will fully reopen its borders on 1 October 2021, provided that travellers present a negative PCR test result and stay in a COVID-19 safe hotel.

What are the best things to do in Mauritius?

Since Mauritius is famous for their stunning beaches and luxury resorts, a trip to this subtropical country promises a getaway unlike any other. When it comes to discovering the best things to do in Mauritius, it can be anything from quad biking through the valleys and learning about Mauritius history at Aapravasi Ghat UNESCO World Heritage Site to planning a snorkelling excursion! There are also many luxury resorts in Maldives including One&Only Le Saint Geren, Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa, and Four Seasons Mauritius at Anahita to stay at.

It may be awhile before we can leisure travel like we used to. However, with more borders reopening for vaccinated travellers, it provides a glimmer of hope that better days of travel will be here soon.