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Don't want to be the "party-pooper" (BTW - I love mauritius and we have been twice and did not have any vaccinations) but they have had a fairly serious outbreak of Chikungunya Fever and so would ckeck with WHO or someone about the risks - it's not a nice virus to catch at all -
On the other hand, I am sure that the big hotels have sprayed etc to kill the mossies.
Is there somewhere else (Barbados maybe?) where vaccines aren't needed?
Mauritius would also still be lovely with a one year old. They still have a big nap at that age, enjoy the beach, and aren't too fussed what they do all day so you don't have to plan around them. Pretty horrid on planes though .
1st post! My hubby and I are wanting to have one last adult holiday before baby Emily gets too big and needs more entertaining. We are considering Mauritius (5* Hilton) but have been advised by our GP not to go as Emily is too young for typhoid or Hep A vaccinations. Has anybody been to Mauritius or have any advise about this choice of holiday?