*Discount applies to the base price only and is automatically applied. Ends 29/02/24. T&Cs apply.

Mauritius travel insurance

If you’re lucky enough to be going to Mauritius, you’re probably going to want to get some travel insurance. But before you buy, think about these things first to make sure you have the level of cover you need:

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What is covered with travel insurance to Mauritius?

As standard, our policies cover for over 50 sports and activities, so you can get up to more on your holiday. We also offer a range of benefits, some of which include:

For more information about what’s covered with travel insurance for Mauritius, have a read of our policy documents here.

We’ve listed some helpful facts, along with other important information which we think you’ll want to know before your trip to Mauritius.

CurrencyMauritian rupee
Most common languages spokenEnglish
CapitalPort Louis
ContinentAfrica
PopulationApprox. 1.3 million
Plug typePlug type C and G
Driving sideLeft-hand side
Seasons

Spring – September to November

Summer – December to February

Autumn – March to May

Winter – June to August

LawsLocal laws and customs

Do you need a visa for Mauritius?

No, you don’t need to apply for a visa to travel to Mauritius, but you will need proof of an onward journey or return travel. On arrival your passport will be stamped, and you’ll be allowed to stay in the country for up to 60 days.

Healthcare in Mauritius

The healthcare facilities in Mauritius can vary, but are generally in pretty good condition. There are public and private healthcare centres, but a lot of tourists choose to see private doctors at private hospitals, which can be costly. You should buy adequate travel insurance including any pre-existing medical conditions before you travel, so you can rest assured knowing you’re covered in case anything happens while abroad.

It’s also important to remember to speak to your GP at least four to six weeks before you travel, to check whether there are any vaccinations, or any other preventatives needed.

For more information about healthcare in Mauritius, visit the GOV.UK site here.

Can I get assistance if I fall ill or injure myself while in Mauritius?

Yes – In the unfortunate event of needing emergency medical treatment while abroad, our 24-hour assistance team are always on hand to help you.

All our travel insurance policyholders can get access to our specialised medical emergancy team.

 

* Discount excludes any premium generated to cover medical conditions or optional extras & is automatically applied. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Discount tiers of 5% for premiums between £0-49, 10% for £50-249, & 20% for £250+ apply. Offer ends at 23:59 on 29/02/24. T&Cs apply

  1. Unlimited emergency medical expenses available on Black level policies.
  2. Based on 2,050 responses, correct as of 22/01/2024