Since the reopening of Mauritius’ borders to fully-vaccinated visitors on October 1st, the country has successfully and safely welcomed over 80,000 holidaymakers.
Mauritius has been cautiously reopening its tourism sector in recent weeks, with Nilen Vencadasmy, chairman of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, here bringing Breaking Travel News the latest.
Mauritius has been honoured with the title of Indian Ocean’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination among a number of top prizes at the World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Arvind Bundhun, director of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, to find out how it feels to have won
Mauritius has begun the process of gradually reopening to tourism, with restrictions against the spread of Covid-19 set to be reduced over the coming months. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Arvind Bundhun, director of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, to find out more
The government of Mauritius has implemented Covid-19 public health protocols and placed the country in temporary confinement until March 25th.
Visitors holding the premium visa as well as residents of Mauritius holding a work permit, residence permit or occupational permit are eligible to receive their vaccinations free of charge.
Mauritius has launched its Covid-19 vaccination programme giving priority to frontline workers including health care professionals, employees of the tourism industry.
The campaign aims at restoring the image of Mauritius as a prime destination in the wake of the announcement of a phased reopening of the borders.
Prime minister, Pravind Jugnauth, has warned the MV Wakashio, which is carrying around 4,000 tonnes of fuel oil, could break in two and cause untold ecological damage.