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Mauritius launches long-term visaBy ATTA®
Mauritius has announced a phased reopening of its borders and has launched an informative campaign and a long-term visa for travellers.
As ‘seeing is believing’, the #MauritiusNowcampaign uses engaging visuals to remind the world that the island remains a prime tourist destination with pristine lagoons, lush vegetation and a welcoming population.
A series of videos portrays Mauritians in their daily activities showing that our island is a safe destination buzzing with life.
The campaign also includes a series of reports on projects currently underway to rehabilitate the environment in the south eastern part of the island, where the oil spill occurred.
To learn more about the campaign visit the website here: www.mauritiusnow.com
Mauritius announces new Premium Visa
Mauritius has introduced a new Premium Visa, valid for a period of one year and renewable. This measure was announced by Cabinet on Friday, October 23 to encourage eligible visitors to come to Mauritius for long stays.