A public health regulation prohibits the sale, offer for sale and/or distribution of products that look like tobacco or cigarettes. While non-cigalike e-cigarettes may or may not fall under this regulation, it doesn’t prohibit the use or possession of e-cigarettes regardless.
Having said that, there are no known stores in Mauritius so purchasing is most likely not possible anyway.
In regards to using e-cigarettes you may have brought into the country, we suggest that you at least abide by current smoking laws until further information is gathered from the embassy. (Available in the tab below)
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All Laws & Regulations
Mauritius became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on February 27, 2005.
Smoke Free Places: Smoking is prohibited on public transport and in most indoor public places. However, smoking is allowed in designated areas in indoor workplaces. In practice, smoking is permitted in designated smoking areas in only those workplaces that are office settings. Smoking is prohibited in outdoor areas of the following: health institutions, educational institutions, sports arenas and facilities, recreational places other than beaches to which the public has access, bus stands, and bus stations. Sub-national jurisdictions may enact smoke free laws that are more stringent than the national law.