Located north of Madagascar, the Republic of Seychelles has become the first country in Africa to start its vaccination campaign against the coronavirus.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism, Sylvestre Radegonde, announced on January 14 that the country was opening its borders with immediate effect to tourists who present an official vaccination certificate, in addition to the existing measures such as the existence of a PCR test. negative 72 hours before the trip.
Despite the fact that the country reopens its borders to international tourism, visitors must still comply at all times with the rules of social distancing, hygiene measures or the use of masks, as specified by the Ministry of Health of the Seychelles Islands.
So now you can take a tour of these paradisiacal beaches of Madagascar.