23.12.21 - Seychelles newest entry restrictions since 23.12.2021
Shortly before the end of the year, the Tourism Department Seychelles reports an update on the entry regulations to the Seychelles. Basically, not much has changed, the Seychelles are still considered a high risk area due to the 7-day incidence of currently 235. However, anyone can enter if they can provide a negative PCR test result.
The following regulations apply:
- Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is not required for entry into Seychelles. However, it is recommended to be fully vaccinated.
- Visitors (including children) must present a negative PCR test upon entry, taken 72 hours prior to departure. This also applies to vaccinated and recovered persons.
- It is still necessary to complete an online registration (Health Travel Authorization) prior to departure and after receiving the negative test result: https://seychelles.govtas.com/ The cost of registration is 10 EUR (standard processing) per person.
- There is no quarantine requirement or minimum stay when entering Seychelles, regardless of vaccination status.
- Visitors and locals must still adhere to customary hygiene measures such as wearing an everyday mask, keeping their distance and washing their hands regularly.
- A nighttime curfew is in effect between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m.
The full vaccination rate of the local population is 78%.
For all further details on entry requirements, please visit https://tourism.gov.sc/2021/11/26/travel-advisory-for-visitors-from-permitted-countries/
Tourism Department Seychelles