Travel advisory for visitors
Seychelles remains open to visitors & has
put in place protocols to ensure safe travel and stay. As visitors enjoy their stay, it is essential that they remain conscious of these measures to keep Seychelles safe.
Seychelles Travel Autorisation
A Health Travel Authorisation (HTA) is required for every passenger entering Seychelles. Application for the (HTA), must be submitted only on the official government website. Click below to access the application.
You will be expected to upload your yellow fever vaccination certificate only if you are traveling from a country or region where the disease is endemic. If you are transiting through an airport in a yellow fever endemic region for less than 12 hours, you will not need the yellow fever certificate to travel to Seychelles.
Health & Stay conditions
Conditions from the Minsitry of Health, with effect from the 1st December 2022.
Routine requirement for COVID-19 vaccination and test has been removed.
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Consulate Mission & Role
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The Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Seychelles in Zug
represents Seychelles in the political, economic, cultural, technical and scientific areas. The main mission of the consulate is to strengthen friendly relations between Switzerland and the Seychelles.
The Latest News & Updates
Seychelles Consul in Switzerland Attends African Union’s 60th Anniversary Celebration on Africa Day in Brussels
On May 26th, representatives from various African countries gathered at the exquisite Tangla Hotel in Brussels to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the African Union and commemorate Africa Day....
On May 26th 2023, an important gathering took place at the esteemed "Président Hotel" in Brussels - the Seychelles Honorary Consuls' Meeting. The focus of this meeting was to address the frequently...
The Honorary Consul of Seychelles in Switzerland warmly welcomed the newly accredited mayor of Zug, Mr. André Wicki, during their meeting on March 29th. Mr Jean Pierre Latour expressed his...