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Mauritius announces a phased easing of travel restrictions

Posted 29 September 2020 · Add Comment

As from 01 October 2020, borders will be opened to Mauritian nationals, residents and to tourists travelling for long stays.

Following this announcement, Air Mauritius is opening for sales two weekly flights from Paris and one weekly flight from Reunion Island in October 2020. Travel exigencies and required documents for passengers travelling to Mauritius.

All prospective passengers travelling to Mauritius for the month of October 2020 must possess the following documents: a certificate of a negative PCR test administered not more than 7 days prior to the date of embarkation, a valid air ticket to Mauritius and a proof of purchase of a travel package including accommodation, on full board basis, at a designated hotel for a mandatory 14-day in-room quarantine.

Quarantine Accommodation Package

Upon arrival in Mauritius, a 14-day in-room quarantine will be mandatory in a hotel approved by the authorities. A quarantine accommodation package is available online for passengers which would include, among others, accommodation on a full board basis for the 14-day in room quarantine.

For information on the available Quarantine Accommodation Package: https://booking.mymauritius.travel/

 
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