Seychelles is opening up to receive visitors from around the world from 25 March, irrespective of whether they are vaccinated or not.
South Africans will however not be allowed be enter the country until further notice.
In January, Seychelles had announced said that it had opened up to vaccinated travellers.
Visitors will now only be required to present a negative Covid test taken 72 hours prior to departure, foreign affairs and tourism minister Sylvestre Radegonde has said.
There will be no quarantine requirement nor restriction on movement upon entry into Seychelles.
Additionally, the minimum stay in establishments upon arrival will no longer be applicable.
However, visitors will still be required to adhere to other public health measures put in place, including wearing of face masks, social distancing, regular sanitisation or washing of hands.