The Republic of Seychelles is an archipelago and country in the Indian Ocean. The archipelago consists of 115 islands north of Madagascar. Seychelles has a tropical rainforest climate, with two monsoon seasons: from May to October and from November to April. The best time to travel to Seychelles is between July and September. Seychelles is known for its magnificent flora and fauna, but the islands are also a great destination for lovers of sun, sea and sand. Highlights of the Seychelles are Mahé, the charming capital of Victoria and Aldabra, a coral atoll where you can spot turtles, flamingos and crabs. Whatever way you spend your holiday in the Seychelles, please take into account health risk and (tropical) diseases. Our skilled KLM Health Services nurses can tell you exactly which vaccinations you require and provide advice on additional measures for a pleasant stay in the Seychelles. Click here to make an appointment (in Dutch) with one of our nurses.
Seychelles vaccinations: the most common risks
Various diseases are prevalent in Seychelles to which you are likely not resistant. The right vaccines can protect you against these. Please view our list of the most common health risks in the Seychelles and read which specific vaccinations you require.