Mauritius, the island nation located in the Indian Ocean is all set to reopen for International Travel from July 15 and as per the reports, this popular tourist destination will open in two phases. During the first phase that runs from July 15, 2021, to September 30, 2021, the island will be open to vaccinated travellers to enjoy resort holidays and hence, from July 15 onwards tourists can enjoy resort holidays.
Visitors from all around the world will be welcomed here and those who arrive should be fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 vaccine where both the doses should be administered and the second dose should be administered at least 3 weeks before arriving in the country.
The second phase of the unlock will begin from October onwards and continue till the year-end.
During the first phase, those who visit the Island will only be able to enjoy the facilities that come with their chosen resort and if the tourist stays there for more than 14 days and has a negative RT-PCR test they will be allowed to explore the Islands attraction. However, those who are visiting for shorter days will be asked to leave the resort and return home.
As per the authorities, all vaccines that are approved by WHO will be recognized and those also that are approved for emergency use will be accepted. This includes Pfizer-Biontech, Moderna, Sinovac, Astra-Zeneca, Jansen/Johnson&Johnson, or Sinopharm will be allowed.
Tourists below 18 years of age do not need to be vaccinated to travel to the island however, RT-PCR Test results are mandatory.