A Visa is not required for visitors regardless of the nationality of the person.

A visitor’s permit is issued on arrival in Seychelles to a person who comes for the purpose of holiday, pleasure, business, visit friends or family and who –

  1. is not a prohibited immigrant;
  2. is not the holder of a valid permit which entitles the holder to reside in Seychelles.
  3. holds a valid return or onward ticket for duration of visit;
  4. has confirmed accommodation;
  5. has sufficient funds for duration of the stay.
The Visitor’s Permit may be granted for a period of visit of up to three months upon arrival. It can be extended for successive periods not exceeding three months at a time to a maximum period of twelve months, provided that the person still meets the criteria of a bona fide visitor.

The visitor's permit is issued free of charge for the first three months after which, a fee of Sr. 5,000/‐ is applicable for extension covering each period of three months or any part thereof.

Extension of Visitor’s Permit is also subject to (a) ‐ (e) above.
Header Photo Courtesy of Chris Close
Seychelles Tourism Board