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Information To Passengers On Arrival
(a) If a passenger is of 16 years of age or over, he/she may bring in the following goods, free of customs duty:
tobacco (including cigars and cigarettes) not exceeding 250 grammes
spirits not exceeding 1 litre
wine, ale or beer not exceeding 2 litres in all.
(b) If a passenger is 12 years of age or over and travelling on a Mauritian Passport, no duty is leviable on articles (except arms and ammunition, tobacco and spirits in excess of the allowances specified above, and merchandise for sale) of a value for duty purposes not exceeding Rs 15,000. These articles should accompany him or her.
(c) If a passenger is less than 12 years of age or travelling on a Non-Mauritian Passport, no duty is leviable on articles (except arms and ammunition, tobacco and spirits in excess of the allowances specified above, and merchandise for sale) of a value for duty purposes not exceeding Rs 7,500. These articles should accompany him or her.
(d) A tourist visiting Mauritius, in addition to allowances and concessions in paragraph 1.(a) & (c) above, may bring along with him/her the following goods free of customs duty:
one portable musical instrument;
one portable sound and/or image recorder;
one portable radio receiver;
one portable video camera;
one cine camera;
one sporting firearm with not more than 50 cartridges (Police permit is required before importation);
one non-powered bicycle;
one windsurfer and up to 3 assorted sails;
one surf board;
fishing equipment but excluding guns of any type.
Purchases In Duty Free Shops
Any articles purchased en route in duty free shops are regarded as new articles and must be declared to the Customs Officer on arrival if they, together with any similar goods being carried, exceed allowances in paragraph 1.
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