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Seychelles welcomes back South African travellers

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The authorities in Seychelles have given permission for travellers from South Africa to enter Seychelles as of 19 October 2020. 

Travellers from the ten African countries listed below will be permitted to enter Seychelles from Monday onwards:  

South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Niger, Burundi, Ghana, Rwanda, Botswana, Cote D’Ivoire and Kenya. 

Seychelles has so far, recorded an exceptionally low number of COVID-19 cases, and there has been no community transmission nor deaths associated with the Virus.  

With travellers and locals’ wellbeing in mind, Seychelles has put in place protocols to ensure safe travel for its visitors.  

Experience Seychelles, Our Home, Your Sanctuary. 

Flights: 

Air Seychelles has announced weekly (Saturday) flights to Johannesburg from November 2020, as well as three times a week from December. Visit www.airseychelles.com for more information.  

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