Since the beginning of the year, the TA conducted 1100 inspections across the country and has trained 395 tickets. The agency wants at all costs those establishments that cater to tourists and Mauritians meet the standards you need. Someone close to this issue argues that all those who have a license with the TA are governed by law. "There is a standard that they must meet and should be reassured that these regulations are followed. A TA, our main objective is to preserve the Mauritian destination. We must show others that our island is a safe destination, "stated our interlocutor.
For some time, the officers of the TA in collaboration with the police conduct inspections firsthand. Where they report a crime, they stand a ticket.
On bungalows often the photos that are submitted online do not reflect reality. It often happens that a tourist bungalow booked before his arrival is not the same as it finds its destination.
TA who is also responsible for the classification of bungalows on the alert to welcome tourists. It also ensures that the restaurants comply with health standards, hygienic appearance, safety and parking regulations, among others. However, we note that many restaurants do not meet the standards. Raids will be carried everywhere across the country to punish those who do not obey the law.
When an operator is verbalized, it must appear before a judge who decides the quantum of the fine the offender must pay. If someone can not produce his license, then he will have to pay a fine not exceeding Rs 5000 and he faces a prison sentence of three months. And if the officers have it within 5 days for it to present his license to the office of the TA and he does not, he will be liable to a fine not exceeding Rs 25,000. The same procedure is applied to those who do not have a license.