From 15th July, Mauritius will reopen to international tourists.
They must first stay in one of 14 specially constructed safe “resort bubbles.”
The island in the Indian Ocean, which has been placed on the UK’s amber list for foreign travel, will open in stages.
In the first phase, travelers who have been vaccinated will be able to enjoy a resort vacation on the island from 15th July to 30th September.
Holidaymakers will be limited to their chosen hotel’s amenities, including the pool and beach.
Travelers visiting Mauritius must be completely vaccinated against Covid-19 if they are over the age of 18.
They must take a PCR test between five and seven days before departure, with a negative result required for entry to the island.
On arrival, as well as on days seven and fourteen of their resort vacation, travelers will have a PCR test.
Guests who stay for 14 days and have negative PCR testing during that time will be able to leave the hotel and move freely throughout the island for the remainder of their stay.
From 15th July, Air Mauritius, Emirates, and other airlines will expand capacity in the run-up to the complete reopening on 1st October.
After presenting a negative PCR test done within 72 hours of departure, vaccinated travelers will be allowed entrance without limitations.
“Mauritius is happy to be greeting foreign guests from 15 July 2021 with our 14 unique resort bubbles that allow international visitors to have a safe and secure holiday experience,” said Nilen Vencadasmy, head of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority.
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