5 guidelines to help newly arriving visitors to Seychelles enjoy their (COVID-free!) stay

Given Seychelles abundant sand, sun and seq, it’s no surprise that tourism is the most important sector of Seychelles’ economy. Last year 384,204 visitors came to the 115-island ... Continue Reading →

Seychellois files case at UN Human Rights Commission in gender identity case

A Seychellois has filed a case to the United Nations Human Rights Committee claiming that the lack of legal recognition of gender identity in Seychelles has breached her right to be ... Continue Reading →

Environmental activist from Seychelles featured in book about climate change

An environmental activist from Seychelles is featured in a book that amplifies voices worldwide that seek to raise awareness and provide solutions to combat the issue of climate change. Entitled ... Continue Reading →

$700,000 available for local projects supporting sustainable management and conservation in Seychelles

Local initiatives and projects may be eligible for monies from a $700,000 fund to support efforts in the sustainable management and conservation of Seychelles’ marine life. The Seychelles ... Continue Reading →