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Immigration - Entry Visa to Mauritius


Passport valid for at least six months from date of entry required by all nationals.

Note: All visitors must hold valid tickets and documents for their onward or return journey and adequate funds for their intended length of stay, as well as confirmed accommodation booking. If sponsored by a Mauritian citizen, applicant should produce supporting letter of sponsor, stating name, address and relationship.


Visas for stays of up to three months are granted on arrival to nationals of:

• Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore;

• UK and EU, except nationals of Bulgaria and Romania who should obtain a two-week visa on arrival;

• Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile Paraguay, USA.

Visas for stays of up to two months are granted on arrival to nationals of:

• Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, India, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.

Nationals not referred above are advised to contact the nearest Mauritian Embassy to check visa requirements.

The following are exempted from visa regulations:

• citizens of Mauritius (including child or stepchild);

• persons who are residents of Mauritius under the Immigration Act (including child or stepchild);

• the spouse of a citizen of Mauritius;

• holders of diplomatic passports other than those issued by the Government of Afghanistan, Algeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Liberia, Nigeria, Sudan and Yemen;

• crew of a vessel travelling on duty or in transit to join another vessel;

• holders of laissez-passer issued by the United Nations, SADC or from other internationally recognised organisations; and

• persons who intend to remain in Mauritius only during the stay of a vessel by which they arrive and depart.

Types of Visa & Cost

Visa on Arrival

Free of charge.





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