The local currency is the Seychelle rupee (SR), and the exchange rate is 1 € for 6,5 SR.
Visas are not required for visitors to Seychelles, but you'll need an onward ticket, booked accommodation and sufficient funds for your stay - a one month Visitor's Permit (extendable on application) will be issued. On departure a SR58 'Passenger Service Fee' is levied on all adult visitors; this fee is included in the price of the airline ticket.
In Seychelles , the sun can easily damage your skin , so you need to protect it with high protection solar cream before each cruise.
Police : Victoria Police station (Mahé) : 288000 Climate
The Seychelles' seasons are defined by the trade winds. These blow from the northwest from October to April, bringing warm, wet weather. From May to September the southeast trades usher in cooler, drier weather but the winds whip up the waves and you'll want to find protected beaches. The turnaround periods (March through April and October through November) are normally calm and windless. The annual temperature range fluctuates between 24°C (75°F) and 31°C (88°F) and the humidity sweats at around 80%
Principaux hôpitaux :
Victoria's hospital(Mahé) : 388000
Praslin's hospital: 232333
La Digue : 234255
In Seychelles power is on 220 V, and plugs are the same as in France.
Conditions for renting a boat
If you want to rent a sailboat or a motorboat, you need a sailing licence or a boat licence.
Sailing and catamaran rental Seychelles