Seychelles is now open for global tourists after staying shut for months due to the pandemic. In the first phase only visitors who have taken both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine and a negative RT-PCR test taken 72 hours before the journey will be allowed, according to an official statement. The Seychelles Islands is currently open to Indian visitors through private jet transfers only. Also, like tourists from elsewhere, Indian travellers will be also be required to submit a negative COVID. Visitors who haven’t taken the complete dose of vaccination or not travelling via private jets, will not be permitted entry into Seychelles. This will be in force until mid-March once Seychelles has vaccinated a large majority of its adult population.