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COVID-19 Travel Restrictions For Every Country (Full Details)
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Top 10 Countries You Can Travel to for a Holiday Now
Updated 13 July 2021
Mexico’s tourist-friendly policy has made its popularity as a travel destination grow multifold in recent times. The country welcomes travellers from all countries, with no mandatory testing or quarantine requirements. However, you’ll be subject to health screening on arrival and those exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 may be asked to test/quarantine. All passengers have to fill an online “Cuestionario de Identificacion de Factores de Riesgo en Viajeros” form and present it on arrival.
As of 30 June, no state is in the red zone. Although Cancun and Tulum are in the orange zone, most other destinations are in the green zone, which means the tourism sector will be functioning as usual.
Please note that the land borders between Mexico and the US, Belize and Guatemala are closed at least until 21 July. Entry is possible by air only.
The Balkan country has thrown its doors wide open to international tourists, revoking its quarantine and testing requirements. The 14-day quarantine imposed on travelers from Greece and North Macedonia has also been lifted now. Instead, there are increased screening measures and presence of medical personnel are in place when entering Albania.
No lockdown or curfew has been declared in the country right now, so tourists will be able to travel and explore freely.
Nestled along the Caribbean shorelines, Belize is now a viable option for tourists seeking the unspoiled beauty of Central America. The country has done away with mandatory quarantine (except if you test positive in the random screening conducted at airports). Fully vaccinated passengers are exempt even from taking an RT-PCR test 96 hours before boarding.
All arriving residents and non-residents must download the Belize Health mobile application and fill in their details before travel. Visitors are required to stay at Gold Standard hotels. They are also advised to Tourism Safe Corridor comprised of Gold Standard certified restaurants, tour operators, tourism sites and attractions, and gift shops. There are no restrictions on movement though.
The land of Medinas has resumed international flights on 15 June, allowing in international travellers. The government has segregated countries into two lists, A and B, based on their epidemiological status.
Travellers from countries on list A will need a vaccination pass or a certificate attesting that the person is fully vaccinated, or a negative PCR test at boarding not exceeding 48 hours. Travellers from countries of B list must present a negative PCR test dated less than 48 hours before the date of embarkation, a completed and signed declaration of honor for a 10-day confinement and a voucher confirming payment of 10 days confinement in one of the hotels designated by the Moroccan authorities.
Check the complete A and B lists here.
The country welcomes travellers from any place of the world with no restrictions (no testing, no isolation requirements) if you are fully vaccinated and no more than 12 months have passed. If not fully vaccinated, still no restrictions coming from Europe for tourism purposes, if at least one condition is fulfilled:
- You are coming from a country where the infection rate is not above 150. Find the infection rates per country on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- You have suffered from COVID-19, received at least one dose of vaccine (or vice versa) and no more than 12 months have passed.
- You are suffered from COVID-19, declared healthy and no more than 6 months have passed.
Currently, the coronavirus infection rates have been constantly low, there are no restrictions on services and tourism attractions and you are welcome to enjoy Mediterranean temperatures combined with refreshing swimming in the sea.
The French Colony, blessed with lush rainforests and pristine beaches, permits all international travel. Passengers will need a negative result from an RT-PCR test take within 5 days prior to departure. Quarantine is required only if you have a high temperature on arrival and test positive. It is mandatory to complete the Air Travel Declaration Form online and present a copy before departure.
For the most part, tourism has resumed across the country, but some places might have caps on capacity.
Keen on reviving its mainstay- the tourism sector, this jaw-droppingly beautiful archipelago off the coast of Africa has started welcoming visitors from every part of the world, as long as they have had a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure. No quarantine is required. Travellers will have to obtain a Health Travel Authorization have travel insurance that covers COVID-19 related care.
Most places of tourist interest, beaches, nature trails, cultural attractions such as the Botanical Gardens, Mission Lodge and Victoria Market are all accessible to tourists, albeit with new protocols and time of operation. To avoid any disappointments, it is recommended that you contact these establishments before visiting.
Another famous archipelago in the Indian Ocean- this one known for idyllic, laid-back, luxury vacations, Maldives has ambitious plans of vaccinating visitors once its resident population is immunized. As of now, the scattered country is receiving travellers, without asking those vaccinated to quarantine (provided they are travelling to an island where 60% of the population is fully vaccinated).
A negative PCR certificate issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure is still requisite for all unvaccinated passengers. Passengers must complete a “Traveller Health Declaration 24 hours before departure.
The government is primarily relying on the fact that guests usually prefer to lounge and relax in their private over-water huts and villas. Nonetheless, most of the islands can be visited.
Steeped in history, North Macedonia has relaxed the regulations for international arrivals. Entry is possible for anyone from any part of the globe, but travellers from India, Brazil and the continent of Africa have to self-isolate for two weeks. There are no quarantine requirements for travelers arriving from other countries. Coronavirus testing is also not required, but there will be health screening at the airport.
Tourist attractions in Macedonia are operational. Restaurants, cafes, bars, and other catering establishments too are open but limited to outdoor seating. Public transport continues unaffected.
Another gem of the Caribbean Sea, the Dominican Republic has resumed international travel from all countries. It is mandatory to present a negative PCR test certification taken within the previous 72 hours before travel. Arrivals (except from the UK) can continue with their travel plans without being bogged down by quarantine. Passengers must complete an “Electronic Ticket” and generate a QR code, which must be presented upon arrival.
Its pristine beaches, the pride of the country, are open for all to visit, making the Dominican Republic one of the best destinations for a sunbathing vacay.