Frequently Asked Questions

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.

No. There are no COVID-19 travel restrictions in place for travel to Seychelles.

The Seychelles Electronic Border System (SEBS) is owned by the Government of Seychelles and is the platform for the Seychelles’ border and immigration system, i.e the blue and yellow cards. These paper forms have been fully digitised, and as a result, the previous Travel Authorisation website has been re-launched as SEBS to reflect its purpose.

By digitising the borders and conducting advance security screening Seychelles Authorities will have greater visibility about who is planning to travel to the country, and can mitigate border threats. Pre-travel assessment and screening will also provide individuals, and carriers, with more assurance at an earlier point in their journey of their ability to travel to Seychelles.

Using the Seychelles Electronic Border System, travel into and out of Seychelles is paperless, faster and more convenient. Similar border systems are used by the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand to keep their countries safe and secure.

This is the official website for the Seychelles Travel Authorisation.  It is mandatory to use this website or Seychelles e-Border app to submit your application.

Yes. For more details, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

Please refer to our Privacy Policy to get more information.

Currently, there are no countries that are forbidden entry to the Seychelles, however conditions are constantly changing. Please visit The Seychelles Travel Advisory for latest information.

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