Seychelles: From March 25 outward without quarantine
The Seychelles are changing their entry requirements again. From March 25, the six-day quarantine will no longer apply to holidaymakers heading for their destination in the Indian Ocean. So far, only vaccinated guests have been exempted from the quarantine obligation. However, there is still an entry ban for people entering from South Africa.
A negative PCR test is still required for entry, which was carried out 72 hours before departure. All vacationers require a Travel Health Authorization. This must be requested via the official government website or the mobile app prior to departure. For this, the following must be presented: a valid passport, a digital passport photo, contact details, flight and hotel information, a negative Covid-19 test result, credit card information for payment. The travel permit is available after about six hours and must be presented upon entry.
For the return journey to Germany, please note: On February 14th, the Seychelles were upgraded to a high-risk area by the RKI, which means that vacationers have to take a Covid test before returning to Germany and be in quarantine in Germany.