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Last Updated: 03 February 2023
Cases overview in Seychelles:
To learn more about these requirements, please consult the official travel advisory. Or simply refer to the following sections:
These are the travel requirements:
- All visitors to Seychelles must apply for the mandatory Travel Authorisation (TA), via the official government website at https://seychelles.govtas.com.
Visitors must have valid travel health insurance that covers, at minimum COVID-19 testing, isolation, quarantine and clinical care.
- You will need to submit your return airfare.
- Visitors may only stay in establishments or liveaboards that have been certified by the Public Health Authority. Refer to www.tourism.gov.sc for the list of accommodations. Upon disembarking in Seychelles, all visitors will be required to provide proof of accommodation in approved establishment(s) for the entire period of stay and must show booking vouchers at the Immigration desk.
Visitors are required to adhere to all health protocols in place at their respective tourism accommodation/liveaboards.
All visitors and staff should do self-monitoring for COVID -19 illness.
All individuals arriving in Seychelles must report any illness to their hotel management, local health centre and/or public health authority, even if fully vaccinated.
Visitors, regardless of their vaccination status, must continue to observe all health measures especially in all public places, such as consistent use of facemasks indoors, maintaining social/physical distancing, practice respiratory, and hand hygiene throughout their travel and stay in Seychelles.
What can we do to help the locals?
Due to Covid-19, the Seychelles tourism industry has suffered unprecedented economic downturn; putting many people out of work and under incredible strain.
When traveling, consider exploring more of the region than you may have previously considered. Mahe, Praslin and La Digue are all within easy reach of each other and offer something unique and worth experiencing. You can learn more about the region to help plan your trip on our dedicated Travel Tips pages.
Ferry services are operating as normal
If you have a ferry booking for travel in the next few months, or for any other destination-related questions, feel free to contact us directly if you wish to reschedule your trip. We also invite you to consult our Terms and Conditions if you have any questions regarding a cancellation.