Mauritius lifts travel ban for South Africa

September 10, 2021

Mauritius lifts travel ban for South Africa

South African Travellers!

The travel ban between South Africa and Mauritius has finally been lifted today.

There is no more a need for South Africans to spend 15 days outside their country before they can travel to Mauritius on authorised commercial flights.

Arvind Bundhun, the Director of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) welcomes the decision of the Mauritian government and restate that the Republic of South Africa remains a priority market for the tourism of Mauritius.

He is delighted that the island will be able to restart its long-standing relationship after an 18-month ban on travel.

Authorised commercial flights from South Africa to Mauritius will commence on 01 October 2021 namely by Air Mauritius, Comair South Africa, SAA and Fly Safair.

From 01 October 2021, fully vaccinated travellers from South Africa, will be allowed to stay at any hotel, resort or accommodation of their choice and move freely around the island.

Unvaccinated travellers will have to undergo 14 days quarantine in a state-designated quarantine facility.

You can view the list of COVID-19 travel protocols on www.mauritiusnow.com

Click Here to view the official statement of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority.

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