Swiss Travelers in Sri Lanka and the Maldives should register on TravelAdmin. The data collected will facilitate the evaluation of the presence of Swiss citizens in the respective countries.
Please regularly consult the travel advice of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA.
All Swiss citizens in Sri Lanka and the Maldives are advised to follow the instructions and recommendations of the respective local authorities.
Should you plan to travel out of Sri Lanka or the Maldives, please contact the airlines directly. Also, please visit the following webpages regularly for updates on flights:
www.caa.lk (Sri Lankan Civil Aviation Authorities)
www.sltda.gov.lk (Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority)
www.caa.gov.mv (Maldivian Civil Aviation Authorities)
www.iata.com (International Air Traffic Association)
If you have further questions, please direct your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +94 (11) 269 5117. Further, you may also contact the Helpline of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (Tel. +41 800 24-7-365 / +41 58 465 33 33). In an emergency, the FDFA Helpline can be contacted around the clock.
For health related questions or needs, please consult with your physician, hospital and the local authorities. For Swiss sources, you may consult information of the Federal Office of Public Health FHPO. The FHPO has a hotline, available 24/7, for your questions: +41 58 463 00 00.
The international airports in the country (Colombo BIA and Mattala HRI) were reopened for inbound flights on 21.01.2021.
Here (PDF, 1.9 MB) you can read the Sri Lanka Tourism safety protocols published by the Ministry of Tourism based on the health guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health.
Guide for Tourists arriving in Sri Lanka.
For regular updates on the situation in Sri Lanka related to Covid-19, you can go to the following webpage:
Health Promotion Bureau Sri Lanka (12.05.2021)
Travel to Sri Lanka
The airport in the Maldives was reopened on 15.07.2020 for tourists' arrivals. Please note that a negative PCR-test is mandatory: the sample for the PCR test must be taken not more than 96 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure from the first port of embarkation en-route to Maldives.
For regular updates on the situation in the Maldives related to Covid-19, you can go to the following webpage:
Ministry of Health Maldives
Ministry of Tourism Maldives