Following the Covid-19 crisis, Mauritius is once again ready to welcome tourists and investors!
Thanks to the lack of local cases of Covid-19 on the island since the end of April, Mauritius was able to end lockdown on May 31. Businesses have reopened and normality has returned. Hopes and the reopening of the economy have been lifted by Mauritius being officially named a safe tourist destination!
The Mauritian response to the Covid-19 crisis has been remarkable. The tough measures taken by the government when the first cases appeared, allowed them to limit the spread of the virus. Normality is gradually returning to the island following lockdown.
The World Travel and Tourism Council has named Mauritius a safe destination!
The island has demonstrated effective management of the health crisis, but it must now think about the future and the revival of its economy. The priority for Mauritius, post-Covid-19, will be to revive its tourism sector, which employs 10% of the population.
Good news from the World Travel and Tourism Council has helped hopes for the recovery! This travel sector institution has named Mauritius a safe destination, where tourists and investors can travel with confidence.
STATION A and TILAKOT reopen!!
Restaurants, cafes, shops... as of March 24 the pandemic forced all shops on the island to close. The rapid and efficient management of the virus has meant businesses on the island can now reopen safely.
We’re pleased to announce the reopening of Anbalaba’s two businesses:
Post-Covid-19 Mauritius, ready for investment!
Tourists and investors will help the island overcome the challenge it has just faced. In addition to the proven safety, investors can now benefit from a drop in prices for real estate in Euros.
The exchange rate for the Mauritian rupee is particularly favorable for investors at the moment. At Anbalaba, when buying in Euros, the rate means a 10% price reduction on listed villas and apartments.