Tourism will live on, but it will restart at different times in different countries. We monitor information on domestic and international tourism on a daily basis and update it as soon as the new data arrives.
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The rules which countries apply when accepting tourists during the pandemic may change at any time. Before booking and again before traveling make sure to recheck information on official resources of the country, you plan to visit.
We believe that traveling will very soon become once again a part of our life and will be even more memorable, fun-packed, and safe than ever before.
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Flights to/from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Spain, Brazil, US, UK India, Australia, Japan, South Africa and Zambia have been suspended.
The council also banned the entry of foreign travelers to Iraq, except for Iraqi citizens, who must be quarantined for 14 days until they undergo PCR tests to prove that they are not infected with the virus.
Ground border crossings are temporarily closed until further notice.
You must show proof of a negative RT-PCR test result taken within 72 hours of commencement of original travel.
From May 5, all arrivals in Pakistan will have to undergo a rapid antigen test on arrival at the airport.
All passengers are required to install and register on the Pass Track app. Arriving passengers who do not have the Pass Track app will need to fill out a health declaration form before landing.
South Korea remains well-served by commercial aviation. Social distancing requirements have been reduced to level one, the lowest of the three levels.You can find information on any local variations on provincial websites as follows:
Tajikistan allows foreigners to enter the country without a PCR test result, if they have a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus. More than a month should pass from the moment of receiving the second dose of the vaccine. If a person was vaccinated two or three weeks ago, they need to pass a PCR test in advance.
For foreigners who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus, the old rules apply — a mandatory PCR test made no earlier than 72 hours before arrival in the country. Children under 3 years of age do not need the test.
Entry requirements: a COVID-19 test must be performed no more than 72 hours before departure and you must be able to demonstrate a negative test result on entry. Returning residents will be subjected to mandatory 14-day quarantine in government-designated locations or mandatory self-isolation.
All national COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.
Hotels remain open, but may offer limited services.
Many cafes, restaurants and markets continue to operate. Mosques and other places of worship may be opened with social distancing and other preventive measures.
Flights to and from some regional countries now operate but other commercial options remain limited.
All passengers, excluding Sudanese nationals, must possess a certified negative polymerise chain reaction (PCR) test taken within 72 hours of their arrival.
Limited regular domestic commercial flight operations resume. Please contact your local travel agent or tour operator for further information on schedules, destinations and availability of seats. Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside.
Flights are operated to the following countries: Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama and Turkey. Humanitarian, medical and repatriation flights are also carried out.
Passengers entering Venezuela in transit must have a medical certificate with a negative PCR test for COVID-19, issued no later than 72 hours before arrival. Before departure, passengers must register on the website. The generated QR code will be required to be presented upon arrival. Also, upon arrival at the airport, passengers must pass a text on COVID at their own expense./p>