Seychelles drops the last of the Covid-19 travel measure
Entry in Seychelles will resume to pre-covid protocols from Thursday, 1st December 2022, as the last COVID-19 travel requirements will be removed for entry in Seychelles.
Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated visitors disembarking in Seychelles will not be required to present a negative PCR or antigen test to be allowed entry into the country. Similarly, fully vaccinated passengers would not require to show proof of vaccination either.
However, all visitors will be required to complete their travel declaration online through www.govtas.sc and provide valid travel insurance to cover for any potential COVID-19-related costs.
Commenting on the matter, Mrs Sherin Francis, Principal Secretary for Tourism, stated that this indicates that the industry’s recovery is almost complete.
"Similar to 15th March 2021, 1st December 2022 will be a date to be remembered for Seychelles.
Visitors planning a holiday in Seychelles are encouraged to book their accommodation and leisure activities through licensed local service providers and operators.
Consisting of 115 islands, Seychelles is a pristine paradise, renowned for its turquoise waters and emerald rain forests, and is the only group of granitic islands in the world. Truly Another World, the Seychelles Islands possess unique features sure to capture the hearts of wanders across the globe.