Mauritius, an island nation in the Indian Ocean which have about 2,000 kilometres off the southeast coast of the African continent, east of Madagascar.
Its miles of palm-fringed sandy beaches, almost entirely encircled by coral reefs, offer sanctuary for those who want to spend days lounging on the beach. The crystal clear waters are perfect for diving, snorkelling, swimming, kayaking and that’s just the beginning.
MOPA got request about developing Mauritius tourism business in China, we are consider to do research and consulting for this project.
GROWING OPTIMISM AS MAURITIUS PREPARES TO OPEN BORDERS
Consultations have intensified among tourism partners in Mauritius with a view to open borders to international travel around mid-2021. Working groups have been set up to define travel protocols, evaluate optimal air connectivity options as well as design global communications campaigns for the restart of tourism.
IATA believes that travel will recover faster than expected because of the rapidly growing vaccinated population and advancement in testing. Developed countries are expected to vaccinate more than 50% of their population by the third quarter of 2021. Mauritius has secured enough vaccine orders to meet its vaccination targets and achieve herd immunity within the next few months.
Preparations in Mauritius are progressing amidst this growing optimism. It looks like people have retained the desire to travel. As soon as countries are announcing the reopening of borders there have been sudden surges in booking numbers. IATA quoted the rapid growth in outbound travel between the UK and Portugal as an exam- ple.
Analysts say that some people have accumulated savings during the lockdown which may total up to 10% of GDP in some countries. IATA expects that global passenger numbers are expected to surpass pre-COVID-19 levels as early as in 2023.
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