This tropical island paradise is located off the eastern coast of Africa.😍
Paradise is calling! The tropical island of Mauritius has reopened to fully vaccinated travellers from all over the world and it's even promising "certified COVID-19 safe hotels."
The gorgeous country — which is located in the Indian Ocean, off the south-eastern coast of Africa — began welcoming back international guests on July 15.
Fully vaccinated holiday makers can stay in one of the region's "resort bubbles," where they'll have access to pools, beaches, bars, restaurants, spa facilities, golf courses and more.
The country is calling itself a "safe paradise island" and promises that all hotel staff (and their immediate families) are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Fully vaxxed visitors won't be required to quarantine upon arrival, although it's worth noting that guests must remain at their chosen resort for the whole trip (unless their vacation is longer than 14 days).
They will, however, need to take a mandatory COVID-19 test at the airport upon arrival. Depending on the trip's length, they may have to take another on day 7 and day 14.
Travellers staying longer than two weeks will be permitted to explore the rest of the island, provided they take one more COVID-19 test.
People who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated will have to book a two-week stay at an official quarantine hotel, where meals will be delivered to their room.
The country is set to entirely reopen as of early-October, so fully vaccinated travellers will be able to explore the whole country without restrictions.
Tropical Island Paradise
When: July 15 - September 30, 2021
Why You Need To Go: This little slice of heaven is promising a "safe" vacation for anybody who's fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You'll even be able to hit the pool, bar and spa!