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Soak in the Sun
visitors will still get the chance to enjoy the pleasures of our white sandy beaches and turquoise blue seas, as all beaches are accessible to the public.
certain nature trails are open for public, while others remain closed. It is important that visitors contact the service provider to confirm time of operation.
Cultural attractions – places bustling with creole spirit such as the Botanical Gardens, Mission Lodge and Victoria Market are still open to the public.
Getting Married in Seychelles
Tying the knot - saying ‘I do’ in paradise can still be ticked off your bucket list. With new protocols in place, visitors are advised to liaise directly with their wedding planner/coordinators or service provider for details.
Commercial flights are allowed to arrive in the Seychelles. With immediate effect, Seychelles will be welcoming visitors from any part of the world. Commercial flights are allowed to arrive in the Seychelles. With immediate effect, Seychelles will be welcoming all visitors from any part of the world as long as they have had a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure for Seychelles. See the full governmental press release here.
Getting a feel of the destination is one of the enjoyable experiences of a holiday. Many places of interest are open for business, with new protocols and time of operation. There is still a lot of the destination to explore, it is important that visitors contact these places prior for confirmation.
Safe Accomodation in Seychelles
Visitors are strongly advised to adhere to health protocols in place in their respective hotels/liveaboard.