Proof of vaccination

If you have been fully vaccinated then you may be able to enter in to Mauritius with following conditions. You must be able to show the proof of fully vaccination at demand at all points. It is also mandatory to arrange COVID-19 insurance health cover (Mauritian citizens are exempt) before travel to Mauritius.

Test pre-travel & Test Time

Mauritius government has dropped the condition of a negative PCR test from 12th March. Now any traveller to Mauritius either on Leisure or business trip can visit the island without a negative PCR test as for as they are fully vaccinated.

Customers enroute stopping in Dubai must get their PCR test done within 48 hours of their flight departure to Dubai.

On arrival

You will be required to take a further antigen test on arrival into Mauritius which will be completed at your hotel. As long as this test is negative you will be free to move around the island. The tests is payable locally though several hotels are offering this free of charge to their guests.


All travellers must fill out the Passenger Locator form & health forms before or during your flight to Mauritius. You may download passenger locator form and the health self-declaration form here. You will need to hand these completed forms to immigration and health officials on arrival at Mauritius airport

Test pre-return travel

You are not required to hold a negative PCR test certificate at returning back to the UK unless you are traveling via Dubai (UAE). Emirates airline still require a negative certificate (taken within 48 hours of travel). Many hotels will be able to assist in arranging the test for you, either by having a doctor to visit the hotel, or directing you to the nearest clinic and booking an appointment for you.

Test on return

You will not be required to take a Covid test on your return back to the United Kingdom.

Quarantine on return

If you are able to prove that you have been fully vaccinated in the United Kingdom, then you will not need to quarantine on arrival back into England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. This also applies to children aged 17 and under regardless of their vaccination status.
To be classed as fully vaccinated, at least 14 days must have passed since the second of your two dose vaccination was given.