Seychelles to Allow Only Vaccinated Indian Visitors

Industry Watch | April 29, 2021 | News

Seychelles Tourism Board

Seychelles has announced new travel measures for visitors from certain countries including India.

The Public Health Commissioner has announced that only vaccinated visitors from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh who have completed two weeks after their second dose are permitted to travel to and enter Seychelles with proof of Covid19 vaccination. 

This should be submitted at the time of application for Health Travel Authorization on and the same will be subject to verification and approval of the Public Health Authority. 

The islands reopened to welcome tourists from 25 March this year. As before, Seychelles insists that all travellers present a negative PCR test taken maximum 72 hours prior to departure. There will be no quarantine requirement, minimum stay nor restriction on movement for them upon entry into Seychelles. Children under 18 years of age need not be vaccinated to enter the country. 

All visitors will still be required to adhere to other public health measures put in place in view of the pandemic including wearing of face masks, social distancing, regular sanitisation and washing of hands.

No quarantine requirement, minimum stay or restriction on movement upon entry into the islands, which reopened to tourists on 25 March.

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