Visa and Immigration Procedures to Mauritius
Nationals of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kosovo, Laos, Libya, Mali, North Korea, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Taiwan, Vietnam and Yemen must apply for a visa prior to travel. All other nations do not need to apply for a visa beforehand and, depending on nationality, are either entitled to a 90-day visa-free stay or a visa on arrival valid for either 60 or 14 days. For further details, please contact the passport and immigration office website.
Things/Items Allowed into Mauritius
Passengers 18 and above may bring in 250 grams of tobacco products, 1 liter of spirits and 2 liters of wine or beer.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Mauritius
・ Money in excess of USD $15,000
・ Medical samples
Things/Items Forbidden into Mauritius
・ Narcotic drugs
・ Grain samples
・ Medical samples
Voice of Travelers to Mauritius
Amazing holiday in Mauritius. I got a cheap ticket too. Wow!
I booked economy class tickets to Mauritius last month. I suppose to stay in Mauritius for a week but booked another ticket to change my return air ticket. My experience was fantastic and loved every minute of my stay in Mauritius. Mauritius is a very enjoyable place to explore. My tickets were cheap; therefore, I did not hesitate to change my return ticket. I will return to Mauritius next year and plan to book my ticket soon. You will not regret visiting Mauritius and must go! The people, food and attractions are awesome.
Best ticket to Mauritius with Emirates
I arrived in Mauritius from Dubai. My tickets to Mauritius were booked on Emirates Airlines. I never knew just how good Emirates were. The service was excellent and our flight to Mauritius arrived early. The tickets were reasonably priced and I was upgraded to first-class ticket once I arrived at the airport in Dubai. Furthermore, booking tickets with Emirates was so easy. I had the choice of selecting my seat when I booked the ticket online. I would really love to see my family and friends visit Mauritius with me on my next trip. I will book my tickets to Mauritius with Emirates again. Mauritius is such a beautiful country. If you love beaches, you must visit this amazing country!
Mauritius Travel FAQs
Q. What is there to do in Mauritius?
A. Excursions tickets and trips are available to explore all parts of Mauritius. In the north of Mauritius, you can enjoy cruise expeditions, water sports and underwater activities such as diving. The southern part of Mauritius is great for enjoying outdoor activities such as hiking, trekking and safari trips.
Q. Is Mauritius safe to visit?
A. Mauritius is generally a safe country to travel to, but as with anywhere else, it is important to take precautions and behave sensibly. Avoid carrying large amounts of cash with you when you are out and about and take care of your bags and valuables, particularly in the cities or busy areas. Do not walk around alone at night and stay away from empty, poorly lit streets or beaches after dark in Mauritius.
Q When is the best time to visit Mauritius?
A. Although you can visit Mauritius any time of the year, the most popular times to travel there are between April and June or September and December. The hottest period in Mauritius is usually between November and April, while February and March are usually the wettest months. December to March is considered to be the best time to go scuba diving in Mauritius. The coolest period in Mauritius is between May and October, with the best conditions for surfing being between June and August.
Mauritius - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights toSir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport・Seychelles International Airport (Seychelles)
・Roland Garros Airport (Seinte-Marie)
・Istanbul Atatürk Airport (Turkey)
Flight Routes to Mauritius
All flights to Mauritius arrive and depart from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport. Direct flights are available from Seychelles, Turkey and Seinte-Marie. Air Mauritius is the national carrier and operates a network of routes to the local islands and to international destinations in Africa, Australia, Europe and Asia.