Going to Seychelles is entering paradise itself, in every way. And it is that, the reasons to travel to these 115 archipelagos are abundant.
But, to make any of your trips an unforgettable experience, you must follow certain indications that do not limit your entry into the country, your health, luggage and even your budget. In other words, you need a list of ideal tips for your dream trip.
So if you are looking to travel to Seychelles and want some advice to take before embarking on an adventure, you have come to the right place.
What do you need to travel to Seychelles?
To travel to Seychelles it will be necessary to have your passport with a minimum validity of six months. In addition, you will not need a visa to enter the archipelagos, but upon arrival you may be required to provide proof of accommodation or sufficient means to pay for your stay in the country.
There are some vaccines that are recommended to visit Seychelles. The WHO and ISTM recommend the following vaccines: typhoid, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, yellow fever, rabies, triple viral (measles, mumps, and rubella), meningitis, TDaP (tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough), and influenza.
Anyone wishing to travel to Seychelles must present a negative result of a PCR test, carried out within 72 hours prior to the flight date.
Foreigners residing in Seychelles may enter the country from any source by filling in the Health Travel Authorization.
What should I bring to the Seychelles?
- Sunscreen: Make sure to wear sunscreen to avoid burns while lounging on the beach or exploring outdoors.
- Swimsuit: Bringing a swimsuit or two so you can enjoy the warm, turquoise water is one of the first items you should pack in your suitcases.
- Plug adapters: Power outlets in Seychelles are type G. An adapter is required for travel, remember this.
Getting informed is important
Before and during the trip we recommend that any information related to safety, health, administrative procedures such as the issuance of visas, etc. be verified with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the traveler’s country.