One of the popular tourist destinations located in the Indian ocean is now gearing up to reopen its borders for international tourists. It is said that the island nation would reopen from October 01 onwards and this should be a piece of good news for fully vaccinated travellers who are looking forward to visiting Mauritius.
Reportedly, those visiting the nation with a valid negative RT-PCR test report that has been obtained 72 hours before their departure can also visit the nation and explore the island freely without any restrictions and this rule will be applicable starting October 01, 2021.
Although the Island opened partially in the month of July, only fully vaccinated travellers were allowed to visit and those who are ready to stay in a ‘resort bubble’ for a minimum of 14 days were allowed to enter.
Referring to this, the Director of Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) Arvind Bundhun said, that ‘Mauritius is delighted to see the world opening up for travel once again. He added that the island nation has been welcoming international visitors from mid-July onwards and has elaborated that the resort bubble concept is proven to have been a great success.
The Director further added that they are now looking forward to the next stage of reopening the borders were from October 01, vaccinated tourists will be allowed to visit the Island freely right after stepping foot on the island without any restriction from their moment of arrival. He further added that the Safety, security of citizens and guests would remain of utmost importance once the island opens up for tourism.