There is NO risk of contracting malaria, yellow fever, cholera or other common tropical diseases in Seychelles.
No vaccinations are required except in the case of yellow fever where a vaccination is required for travellers over 1 year of age who have come from, or passed through a partly or wholly infected area within the preceding 6 days.
Infected areas include certain parts of northern and central South America and central Africa. (South Africa is not considered an infected area.) Persons travelling to Seychelles via Nairobi, Kenya and who remain in transit in Kenya do not require a vaccination against yellow fever.
Visitors using any special medication are advised to bring along a sufficient supply of their required medication, along with an ordonance or proof of usage signed by a doctor.
Medical facilities and call-out doctors are available to visitors on request from accommodation establishments and island resorts. Private clinics/doctors‘ rates vary. A call-out can cost from Scr350 to Scr500 and a consultation in a clinic for all non-residents ranges from Scr75 to Scr150.
For emergency services please call 999
Below is the list and contact details of Hospitals in Seychelles:
Hospital Mahe - Victoria Tel: +248 4 388 000
Hospital Mahe - English River Tel: +248 4 388 595
Hospital Mahe - Anse Royale Tel: +248 4 371 222
Hospital Praslin - Baie Ste Anne Tel: +248 4 233 414
Hospital - La Digue Tel: +248 4 234 255
Hospital Silhouette Tel: +248 4 224 110