Seychelles Lifts Ban On Travelers From All Countries, Including India


The Ministry of Health Seychelles on Friday lifts the ban on visitors from all countries, including India, irrespective of COVID-19 vaccination status.

It must be noted that all travelers will be required to show a negative RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.

Additionally, travelers will need to submit a duly filled application for Health Travel Authorization which is subject to verification and approval of the Public Health Authority

Moreover, a valid travel & health insurance policy to cover COVID-19 related quarantine, isolation, or treatment. There will be no quarantine requirement, minimum stay nor restriction on movement upon entry into Seychelles.


Conditions for stay for children up to age 17, regardless of their vaccination status, will be as for the parent/guardian they are accompanying.

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 sanitization, and washing of hands.

Travelers to Seychelles are advised to refer to the Department of Tourism travel advisory.

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