Like many other countries relying heavily on the tourism industry, Seychelles and its economy has been hard-hit by COVID-19. While many island destinations are either still in lockdown, or on the verge of reclosing their borders, the Seychelles government has taken a different approach. In an effort to combat the uncertainties brought about by the current pandemic, and to keep businesses and job alive, Seychelles is doing everything it can to attract visitors back to their safe paradise.
Keeping Seychelles tourism alive
“The Canary Islands, the Balearics, seven Greek islands, Trinidad, Bali, the BVI and many more have all closed their borders to international tourism. However, in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the small island nation of Seychelles is doing its best to entice visitors to its beautiful archipelago.”
United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and the UAE.
Stringent measures for Special Status countries
Experience Seychelles; our home, your sanctuary
"After much preparation with the help of our government and local industry partners, we have seen that the destination is ready to welcome visitors to our islands. Whilst the campaign's main aim is to remind visitors that there is a secluded paradise awaiting their arrival, it also highlights the safety measures and procedures were taken by tourism establishments to ensure travellers can experience Seychelles without worries."