Still current at: 21 November 2021 – Updated: 28 October 2021- Latest update:

Before arriving in the Seychelles, you must apply for a Health Travel Authorisation and provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 (PCR) test result taken in the 72 hours before you travel. You must have valid health insurance to cover for COVID-19 related costs. If you’re coming from Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Nepal or Pakistan you’ll have entry restrictions and quarantine requirements on arrival. The Seychelles have implemented a nationwide curfew from 11pm to 4am which includes restrictions on movement and gatherings.

  • COVID-19 remains a risk in the Seychelles. Measures are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. 
  • Monitor your health closely and follow the advice of local authorities. You can call the COVID-19 hotline on 141 for local guidance and advice. You can also find updated information online from the Ministry of Health in Seychelles on its website and Facebook page.
  • Insect-borne diseases, including dengue and chikungunya, are common. Ensure your accommodation is insect-proof. Use insect repellent.
  • Medical facilities in the Seychelles are limited, especially on the more-remote islands. The island of Mahé has several clinics and a state-owned hospital. The main hospital is in Victoria. If you’re seriously ill or injured, you are likely to need medical evacuation to Mauritius, South Africa, India or La Réunion. These options may be limited due to COVID-19 travel restrictions around the world and reduced flights. Ensure your travel insurance covers this.
  • See the list of pharmacies with telephone numbers.

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