All visitors will still require travel insurance in addition to their medical insurance cover and are encouraged to book their stay at a certified accommodation.
Qatar Airways is increasing seat capacity into the Seychelles this summer as the tourist hotspot reopens up to the world again. There will be no quarantine requirement on those arriving via Doha.
The announcement was made by the minister for foreign affairs and tourism, Sylvestre Radegonde, in a press briefing with the Seychelles Tourism Board.
Members of the hospitality community have been invited to join the leaders of Seychelles tourism to examine how the sector plans to recover from the Covid-19 downturn.
Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas will debut in the Seychelles this September with the rebranding of Maia Luxury Resort & Spa. Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas will represent the brand’s launch in the archipelago.
Having claimed the title of Seychelles’ Leading Green Resort at the World Travel Awards, Johannes Steyn, general manager of The H Resort Beau at Vallon Beach in the Seychelles, tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have won.
Some 17,286 British visitors entered the Seychelles from January to September this year, representing a 16 per cent increase compared to the previous year, according to the latest statistics.
With new flights from British Airways and Austrian Airways boosting airlift into the destination, Seychelles Tourist Board enjoyed a strong WTM. Here chief executive Sherin Francis tells Breaking Travel News more and reveals just how important social media has become when advertising the destination.
With the Seychelles recognised as both the Indian Ocean’s Leading Cruise Destination and Indian Ocean’s Leading Tourist Board by voters at the World Travel Awards, Sherin Francis, chief executive, Seychelles Tourism, tells Breaking Travel News what it means to win.
Breaking Travel News talks to Sherin Francis, chief of the Seychelles Tourism Board, about all the latest headlines from the destination. As well as welcoming to exciting new properties to the Indian Ocean, we find out more about how the Middle East is becoming an increasingly significant source market for the islands.
Alain St. Ange has stepped down from his post of Seychelles minister of tourism. He will be replaced by Maurice Loustau-Lalanne, who will be sworn in today by president Danny Faure as the new minister of tourism, civil aviation, ports and marine for the Republic of the Seychelles.