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Travel Advice

When travelling to Mauritius, you should seek advice from your doctor or health professional well in advance of travel to check what vaccinations and any other health requirements may be necessary.

There are additional requirements for those travellers arriving in Mauritius who have previously visited a country with a risk of yellow fever. Your doctor or health professional will be able to advise, but it is likely that you will have to produce proof that you have had the yellow fever vaccination when you arrive in the country.

Further advice can also be found on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Travel Advice and the NHS Fitfortravel website.

Currently you do not need a visa to enter Mauritius from the UK. On arrival your passport will be stamped allowing you a period of stay not exceeding 60 days.

You may also be required to provide evidence of return travel.

In addition please ensure your passport is valid for your period of stay (we recommend having 6 months validity) and that there is at least one blank passport page.
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