Travel destinations that have opened its doors for tourists

Travel destinations that have opened its doors for tourists

Travel destinations that have opened its doors for tourists

The coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing but the first signs of improvement are here. Many countries are still closed to foreign travelers, but some are beginning to reopen their borders. In most cases, land borders remain closed though air travel is permitted.

Seychelles – Seychelles on Thursday said that it will open for international visitors from 25th March with no quarantine requirement nor restrictions on movement upon entry. Visitors will, however, need to present a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to departure and follow all guidelines required.

Iceland – Come May, travellers who have taken two shots of the vaccine can bypass the testing and quarantine requirements of the country. Authorities will also accept reports that prove a person has antibodies to be exempt from quarantine. 

Poland – On December 28, Poland lifted restrictions for travellers from EU countries who have been fully vaccinated. They will also be exempted from the mandatory 10-day quarantine

Cyprus – Cyprus has announced its plans to open borders to travellers who have been fully vaccinated without the need to provide a negative RT-PCR test on arrival. This applies to only destinations that fall within the ‘safe travel list’ – Australia, Iceland, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia and Singapore are some of these countries.

Romania – Travellers who have received two doses of the vaccination have been exempted from quarantine since January 18. The second dose must be administered at least 10 days before arrival.