Here’s what you need to know before traveling to Seychelles.

Can Mauritian Nationals travel to Seychelles? Yes

Restrictions and requirements are subject to local change at any time. Be sure to check with your destination’s embassy or consulate before the day of travel.

Will I need a PCR test? Yes

All travellers are required to submit proof of a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours prior to boarding. 

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Will I need to be vaccinated to travel there?

Vaccination is not compulsory.

Will I have to undergo a quarantine or isolation? No

Travellers are not required to quarantine upon arrival but they must stay in certified hotels and adhere to public health measures.

Will I need a Visa?

Visa Issuance:
Passengers can obtain a “Visitor’s Permit” on arrival for a maximum stay of 3 months. They must have:
– a return/onward ticket; and
– sufficient funds (minimum of USD 150.- or equivalent per day); and
– proof of accommodation for the duration of stay.
Extension of stay possible for additional 3 months with a maximum stay of 12 months.”

Will I need travel insurance? Yes

All visitors need an international health insurance that covers COVID-19-related treatment and quarantine costs.

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Covid 19 Risk Level of the Country: High

Documents Required:

All arrivals must apply for mandatory Health Travel Authorization here and pay a EUR10 fee as part of the Health Travel Authorization.

What do I need to know more?

Face masks must be worn in crowded public spaces, on board public transport and on domestic flights.