Download Mauritius Administrative Boundary Shapefiles – National , Districts, Villages and More


It’s fantastic to hear that MAPOG has expanded its GIS data collection to include data for more than 100 new countries, bringing the total coverage to over 150 countries. This is undoubtedly a valuable resource for GIS enthusiasts and professionals around the world. The availability of detailed information on administrative divisions, rivers, roads, and airports can greatly enhance various geospatial projects and analyses.

The option to access the data through tools like “Download GIS Data” and “Add GIS Data” seems convenient and user-friendly. Providing data in different formats such as Shapefile, KML, GeoJSON, and CSV ensures compatibility with a wide range of GIS software and applications, making it easier for users to integrate the data into their workflows.

This article will walk you through downloading administrative-level GIS data for Mauritius using the Download GIS Data tool. Experience a seamless geospatial journey with MAPOG as your trusted partner!


  • All data available are in GCS datum EPSG:4326 WGS84 CRS (Coordinate Reference System).
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Download Shapefile Data of Mauritius

Mauritius lies 2,000 km (1,200 mi) off the southeast coast of Africa, between latitudes 19°58.8’S and 20°31.7’S and longitudes 57°18.0’E and 57°46.5’E.

Mauritius National Boundary

Download Mauritius National Boundary Shapefile

Download Mauritius Districts Shapefile Data

Mauritius is divided into 9 Districts

  • Flacq
  • Grand Port
  • Moka
  • Pamplemousses
  • Plaines Wilhems
  • Port Louis
  • Riviere du Rempart
  • Riviere Noire
  • Savanne
Mauritius Districts Boundaries

Download Mauritius Districts Boundaries Shapefile

Download Mauritius Village Shapefile Data

Mauritius is divided into 88 Villages

Mauritius Villages Boundaries

Download Mauritius Villages Boundaries Shapefile

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Add WMS- Two step online view of WMS layer on a map

Explore the world of WMS (Web Map Service) with IGISMAP! Easily view WMS layers on a map.

A Web Map Service (WMS) is an interface that lets a user access geospatial data, maps, and comprehensive information about certain features that are displayed on the map. Rather than the actual geospatial data, a “map” is described here as a visual depiction of such data. A web map service can create maps as images, collections of graphics, or packaged sets of geographic feature data. It can respond to simple questions about a map’s detail, and it allows us to know what maps it is capable of producing and which ones can be queried more deeply. Here in article you can Add View WMS Layer Online on your Map.

Exploring WMS Layers with Visual Guidance: Video Tutorial Roundup

Checkout video below for step by step process.

To open and view the WMS layer the user has to use any GIS software, which will require prior knowledge of GIS. However, the Add WMS tool on the MapOG Tool website allows the user to open and view different layers and helps the data to interpret and analyze according to their own requirement. You can also download GIS data from MAPOG Tool and analyze in the same tool. From IGISMap Tool you can add data and share your map with others.

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  • Let’s look into the application of Add WMS tool in MapOG Tool.

Adding WMS file

Firstly, open the Add WMS tool, and select the WMS URL layer file from your system.

Add WMS Tool

After selecting the WMS URL, click on the Submit option.


A WMS layer file can encompass either single or multiple layers, all accessible and visible on the IGISMap website. To initiate, choose the initial layer within the file and click on the “Publish” button.

Adding WMS Layer

The chosen WMS layer can be published and displayed on the base map. Users have the option to add additional layers from the same WMS file by clicking the “Add another layer” button. Additionally, users can incorporate another WMS file by selecting the “Add another WMS” button. These straightforward steps allow users to effortlessly view and analyze both single and multiple-layered WMS files on the IGISMap website.

WMS Layer uploaded

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