Essentials in Mauritius
No vaccination certificates are required for entry into Mauritius, unless arriving from a country infected by yellow fever or where yellow fever is classified as endemic. Typhoid and hepatitis vaccinations are recommended. Medical facilities are good and free in public hospitals, but private clinics are expensive and medical insurance is recommended. Water for drinking or cleaning teeth must be boiled, though bottled water is widely available. Foreign visitors must be in possession of a valid passport and a return or onward ticket. A visitor’s visa is normally granted for a period of two weeks to one month upon arrival. Visitors are strongly recommended to contact the Passport and Immigration Office in Mauritius or the nearest Mauritian embassy or consulate for up-to-date information before travelling.
|Essentials organisations in Mauritius|
|Customs and Excise Department||
|Passport and Immigration Office||