Seychelles has announced that it will now allow entry to only vaccinated visitors from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Travellers from these countries who have completed two weeks after their second dose are permitted to travel to and enter Seychelles with proof of Covid-19 vaccination.
This should be submitted at the time of application for health travel authorisation on seychelles.govtas.com and are subject to verification and approval of the Public Health Authority.
All travellers will be required to present a negative PCR test taken a maximum of 72 hours prior to departure. There is no quarantine requirement, minimum stay nor restriction on movement for them upon entry into Seychelles.
For children under 18 years of age, it is not mandatory to be vaccinated and they can enter the country after presenting a negative PCR test taken a maximum of 72 hours prior to departure.
“However, all visitors will still be required to adhere to other public health measures put in place in view of the pandemic which will include wearing of face masks, social distancing, regular sanitisation, and washing of hands,” reads an official release by the tourism board.