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Mauritius extends 14-day quarantine to 2021By ATTA®
Mauritius will remain closed for short-term leisure travel in December, as government decided to extend the quarantine regulations until January 15, 2021. The island is arguably South Africa’s favourite destination to visit.
The island requires visitors to quarantine for 14 days before being able to explore. It is therefore unfeasible for short-term travellers to visit. On average, south Africans visit anywhere between 7 and 10 days, according to Tourism Update.
Guests have to remain in their hotel room, where they are provided meals and hygiene equipment.
Those wanting to visit the island for longer, including children and infants, must possess the following documents: