Beach lovers craving for vitamin sea can now book private islands in Seychelles, Seychelles


Beach lovers craving for vitamin sea can now book private islands in Seychelles

The gorgeous island nation, Seychelles in East Africa has finally opened its gate for tourists (only for low-risk zone countries). An archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, Seychelles is one stunning destination full of pristine beaches, nature reserves and exotic marine life.

After months of Coronavirus lockdown, the country is now offering private islands to travellers, who wish to maintain social distance but still wish to enjoy the beach life. However, to do so, tourists will have to shell out a hefty sum as only private jets are allowed. As the cruise ship remains banned till 2022, the only way to reach one of those private islands is private jet.

Interested travellers can book a private island in Seychelles and enjoy with close friends and family along with ensuring safety. The government is planning to resume commercial operations at Seychelles International Airport in July. Also, there will be a $50 fee (INR 3795) for tourists to support local health measures.

COVID free destination

Beach lovers craving for vitamin sea can now book private islands in Seychelles

The island nation battled with the Coronavirus outbreak for nine weeks, but in the month of May, the Seychelles declared itself a COVID-19 free destination. The country had recorded only 11 COVID-19 positive patients and 0 deaths as all the patients were treated on time.

Some premium private islands in Seychelles are already calling elite tourists to book the whole island. However, because of limited staff, the islands are allowing only 24 to 28 guests at a time. Moreover, the teams of these island resorts are well-trained and understand the importance of handwashing and social distancing.

Guests will have to undergo regular medical checkups by the island’s resident healthcare workers. All the resorts have hand sanitising dispensers at entry points.

The restaurants on the island are maintaining six feet distance between tables. Also, team members are supposed to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) while they are at work.

All necessary measures required to safeguard against the virus are being followed by these private islands in Seychelles. So, interested travellers can go ahead and book their private islands.

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