Do I need a Visa for Seychelles?
You do not need a visa to go to Seychelles. This applies to nationals of any country.
To enter Seychelles, however, all tourists must have a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond their departure date and has at least two blank pages. Identification is also required for children. A booking confirmation for accommodation (for at least the first three nights, including contact information), a return or onward airline ticket, and adequate finances for the duration of their stay (about €135 / $150 a day) are also required.
Entry requirements during Covid-19.
Tourists from selected nations have been allowed to visit Seychelles again from August 2020. There are a few things to think about before you arrive or depart to ensure that you enjoy a safe holiday.
In case of questions regarding entry requirements:
Department of Immigration
PO Box 430, Victoria
Tel: +248 429 3636
Fax: +248 422 5035
Seychelles allows visitors from Europe to bring in an unrestricted amount of foreign currency.
You may enter Seychelles with the following limitations: 200 cigarettes or 250g tobacco, 2 liters alcohol or liquor, 2 liters wine, 200ml perfume or eau de toilette. Importing any type of weapon is illegal and needs a specific permit. Food brought in must not be worth more than €200. (SCR 3,000). Anything beyond this is subject to a local currency tax, which must be paid in cash on the spot.