The Seychelles Islands opens for tourism, non-vaccinated Indian travellers welcome

The Seychelles Islands have opened borders to select international tourists with immediate effect. Vaccinated travellers will be required to produce a valid vaccine certificate along with a COVID negative test report done within a bracket of 72 hours prior to their arrivals. Meanwhile, Indian tourists will be allowed to visit the island on private jets. They must also provide a COVID negative test report. From mid of March, Seychelles expects to open up to all visitors. The island nation expects to vaccinate 25% of its population.