Mauritius is opening for tourists on October 1

_A Monitor Report Date: 16 September, 2021

Dhaka : After a long break, the land of the sun and the sand will open to tourists from October 1. This Indian Ocean Island is known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs. They also have rich wildlife, flora, and fauna, mountains, waterfalls, and rainforests.
It was quite a tough time for the tourism industry when Mauritius had to be shut down for tourism following the pandemic. 
A large part of the country's income was heavily dependent on its tourism. There were efforts from the government to salvage its tourism sector. Only those who are fully vaccinated can enter the country. They also need to carry a negative RTPCR test 72 hrs prior to the journey. The visitors are not required to go into quarantine. They can directly visit the tourist spots. 
In July the rules were slightly different as they were mandatory 14-day quarantine for the visitors. This new rule was announced by the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority director Aravind Bandhan.
At least 70 percent of the populations in Mauritius are Indians. It is said that the Mauritius air is the purest in the world. This is a veritable beach paradise too. 

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