Escape to a Pristine Island with this 6 Nights Seychelles Getaway Package from Go Places Holidays
6 NIGHTS SEYCHELLES GETAWAY PACKAGE – FROM ONLY €1,265 PER COUPLE
- PCR Test cost in Kenya
- Seychelles meet and greet services upon arrival with name sign
- Individual Welcome pack
- Map of Seychelles and the optional excursion details
- 6 Nights stay in Seychelles
- Daily Breakfast at the hotel
- Assistance during your stay in Seychelles (if need be)
- Reconfirmation of departure flight
- Assistance at the International departure airport and all reasonable communication charges
- Return ferry transfer between Praslin and La Digue
- PCR Test cost in Seychelles
- All Applicable government taxes
- International Flight
- Travel Insurance
- Beverages not stated in the Itinerary
- Extra Activities and Excursions
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Travellers’ journeys to the Seychelles continue uninterrupted as more visitors from the world over seek refuge in the spectacular island getaway – Travel to Seychelles
The islands remain safe for travel despite a rise in community Covid-19 cases which has prompted tighter health measures this week.
The measures do not in any way affect a visitor’s journey and stay in the destination, which continues to offer everything from fun-filled vacations to idyllic getaways. Tourists have been getting their cameras and flip flops ready, and snorkeling gear out for some real toes-in-the-sand bliss.
The local authorities are nevertheless urging all visitors to follow health and sanitary guidelines in place, to ensure their safety throughout their stay.
Seychelles currently leads the world chart with the highest vaccinations administered, with over 62 percent of all adults having received the two doses of the Sinopharm and Covishield shots.
However, the country re-introduced certain measures such as delaying the commencement of the new school term, early closure of shops, bars and casinos, limiting gatherings on beaches to groups of four after a surge in cases in the community, which has been attributed to people letting down their guard over the Easter weekend.
With only 10% of the current active cases being visitors, the infection rate amongst guests testing positive upon exiting the country remains relatively low.
Seychelles, nonetheless, remains the preferred destination for many and the health measures in place are a strong deciding factor when booking a holiday to the island nation.