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Embassy Consulates in Mauritius
- United States Embassy, Port Louis: +230 202 4400.
- British High Commission, Port Louis: +230 202 9400.
- Canadian High Commission, Pretoria, South Africa (also responsible for Mauritius): +27 (0)12 422 3000.
- Australian High Commission, Port Louis: +230 202 0160.
- South African High Commission, Port Louis: +230 212 6925.
- Mission of Ireland to the UN, New York, United States (also responsible for Mauritius): +1 212 421 6934.
- New Zealand Consulate, Pretoria, South Africa (also responsible for Mauritius): +27 12 435 9000.
- Mauritius Embassy, Washington DC, United States: +1 202 244 1491.
- Mauritius Embassy, London, United Kingdom: +44 (0)20 7581 0294.
- Mauritius Honorary Consulate, Ottawa, Canada: +1 613 7377 322.
- High Commission for the Republic of Mauritius, Melbourne, Australia: +(613) 9484 4242.
- Mauritius High Commission, Pretoria, South Africa: +27 (0)12 342 1283.
- Consulate of Mauritius, Auckland, New Zealand: +64 (0)9 373 7291.
All foreign passengers to Mauritius must hold (i) a confirmed booking for accommodation in Mauritius, (ii) return or onward tickets to their country of origin or residence, (iii) the necessary travel documentation for their next destination, and (iv) sufficient funds to cover their expenses while in the country (a minumum of USD 100 per day). Note that the final decision to admit any passenger into Mauritius rests solely with the Immigration Authorities, and that any visitor who remains in Mauritius after expiry of the period granted on their visa or entry permit, shall be deemed to have committed an offence, and shall be liable for prosecution by a Court of Law. A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required to enter Mauritius, if arriving within 10 days of leaving or transiting through an endemic area. NOTE: It is highly recommended that your passport has at least six months validity remaining after your intended date of departure from your travel destination. Immigration officials often apply different rules to those stated by travel agents and official sources.