We are excited to welcome you to the beautiful island of Mauritius! These protocols have been established to help you plan a holiday to the island, which will be opening in phases during 2021
The Indian Ocean island destination has announced that it will be welcoming visitors from across the globe, irrespective of their vaccination status, as from March 25, 2021. Visitors from South Africa will still not be permitted to enter Seychelles for
Mauritius Officially Launches COVID-19 Vaccination Programme: Making Safe Travel A Priority In late January 2021, Mauritius officially launched its vaccination programme. The Mauritians that will have top priority when it comes to receiving the vaccine include elderly people with underlying medical
I was introduced to award-winning fine art photographer, Chris Simpson, by Toto Ghoorah, the then manager of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) UK in 1998. It was the year that Susie Freeman Travel was born, so I commissioned him
The Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth announced a phased reopening of Mauritian borders for international travel. Repatriation of Mauritian nationals will continue until the end of September.
With the recent Mauritius oil spill from the Japanese cargo ship, Wakashio, in the news, you may well be wondering how this will affect your holiday plans.
It’s simply heart breaking to hear that on top of the reports of dead fish, crabs and seabirds fighting for their lives in the wake of the oil spillage from the Japanese cargo ship, Wakashio.
There are multiple skimming operations already in place that are doing their part in skimming the oil spillage. The Prime Minister, Pravind Jugnauth, has ensured that measures are being taken to secure the vessel’s remaining 800 metric tons of oil.