+ MEDICAL INFORMATION +
No medical vaccinations for Mauritius are compulsory
if you are travelling directly from the U.K. to Mauritius.
booking a two centre holiday and travelling to Southern Africa are
advised to take anti-malaria tablets.
A very informative leaflet is published by the DHSS.
A medical doctor available at most hotel resorts at a moments notice
and if you should require treatment when away from your hotel then
Mauritius has one of the finest Medical Centres - if you are
concerned about a particular health issue or condition of yourself
or anyone travelling in your party, - you must
consult your GP or Doctor it is a pre-requesite.
you can check with the:
British Airways Immunisation Centre, 75 Regent Street, London W1
(Tel 0171 - 439 9584) for the latest requirements and recommendations.
and medical facilities are very good and most practitioners speak
English. Cost of treatment is substantially less than European Countries
although it is advisable to take out insurance.
Avoid contact with stray dogs and if bitten seek medical advice
as soon as possible. Avoid wading in muddy waters without wearing
protective shoes. This is the habitat of the laff or stone fish
which if trodden upon emits a poisonous venom from its spines. The
wound can be fatal if left untreated, so if in the unlikely event
of this happening please seek immediate hospital treatment.
Have you got adequate, comprehensive Trave Insurance ?
If not please ensure you arrange this with your preferred insurance
Telephone: ( 0113 ) 2773 663
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