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In response the January 05 announcing that the UK government is scrapping the pre-departure Covid 19 testing for anyone arriving into England (and Wales), which commented on  January 07, and switching the day two PCR for a lateral flow, STORY Resort Seychelles welcomed the announcement.

Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa, Mahé, has unveiled six brand new Signature Grand Ocean Pool Villas that will offer guests exclusive beachfront luxury for their next paradise escape to the Seychelles.

Love is in the air and what better place to celebrate romance than Seychelles as the Indian Ocean islands are crowned the 'World's Most Romantic Destination' in the 2021 World Travel Awards.

Seychelles has beat off competition yet again as it scooped for the fourth time, the prestigious Travel + Leisure 2021 World's Best Award as the top island destination in Africa & the Middle East.

Mango House Seychelles, LXR Hotels & Resorts, the highly anticipated hotel opening this July, has announced Sasha Tyas as general manager.

STORY Hospitality announced the reopening of Fishermans Cove Resort in the Seychelles to add to their growing portfolio of hotels and resorts globally.

In a meeting held on March 31, cabinet discussed the resumption of cruise ship calls in Seychelles. The meeting approved the immediate re-opening of the cruise sector following the moratorium imposed in May 2020.

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles has introduced weekly direct flights from Dubai World Central Airport (DWC) to the Seychelles between March 27 and  May 29 of this year.  

As the whole world shifts into the digital age, the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) follows, continuing its mission to establish and foster stronger relationships with the travel trade partner by conducting its annual GCC Roadshow virtually, whilst ensuring the safety of its participants. 

The Indian ocean archipelago reviews its entry requirements procedures so as to be more accessible for potential visitors, including GCC travellers, as part of the restart of its tourism activities for this year and beyond. The new measures are to be implemented in two phases.