With Economies Reopening Around The World: Many Countries Have Started To Resume Tourism.
There are several countries reopening their borders after easing border restrictions for International travelers as the lockdowns are coming to end.
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Here’s the complete list of countries reopening for Tourism: –
Albania – The international borders were reopened on July 1st, 2020. At this time all tourists are welcomed and there are no quarantines, no medical tests but only temperature checks are there at the airports.
Aruba – For the International travel for Canada, Europe, USA and Caribbean nations the Government of Aruba officially announced the reopening of the borders between 15th June and July 10, 2020.
The Department of Public Health initiated a strict program for hygiene and cleaning certification across the nation.
Barbuda and Antigua – On June 4th, the country opened its borders for international visitors and on this day the island has welcomed its 1st flight since the day the borders were shut due to the pandemic.
Austria – On June 16 2020, the country reopened for tourism and 31 countries including European Union nations, excluding Sweden, UK, Portugal and Spain have authorization to travel to the country.
Bahamas – The country is reopening for travel on July 1st, 2020. The tourists can travel there as long as they follow the protocols described by the local government. Currently, the country is entering into Phase 2 stage and fifth and final stage will allow tourism and international travel operations.
Barbados – On July 1st 2020, the Barbados is reopening tourist operations from all nations so people from there can visit. However, there are different requirements depending upon the locations where the tourists are coming from.
Bali (Indonesia) – The Governor of the country has declared that they will be resuming the domestic tourism related operations on 31st July, 2020 and for foreign tourists on 11 September 2020.
Belgium – Belgium reopened its borders for tourists from selected countries first. From June, Belgium decided to resume tourism from European Union, UK, and other nations like Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.
Bermuda – From July 1st Bermuda restarted tourists travelling by air from everywhere, but they all need to adhere to the health protocols formulated by the government including Covid-19 test. From July 1st, the International flights will resume, and more services will be expanding as there is an increase in demand.
Belize – The country will allow tourism on 15th August, 2020 from all countries. Prior to arrival tourists are required to download a health app, and they need to bring a Covid-19 negative test report.
Bulgaria – The tourism ministry of Bulgaria announced that travelers from 30 countries can visit Bulgaria without being quarantined for 14 days. Moreover, the country added more countries such as Canada and UK in the list.
Croatia – On 1st June 2020, Croatia reopened the tourism by first letting only European tourists to travel to the country. After that, on July 1st, they decided to allow tourists from all the countries with lesser restrictions.
Costa Rica – The country will resume tourism on 1st August, 2020 for tourists from countries with low risks. On June 26th Health minister of Costa Rica announced that the travel ban which was set to end on June 30, 2020, will now be extended till 1 August and the tourism will be reopened for travelers. Postulation has suggested that travelers belonging to low-risk countries in UK, Canada and European Union will be allowed at the first point.
Cuba – On July 1st Cuba has resumed tourism operations in which travelers are allowed to visit certain areas of Cuba such as Cayo Largo Del Sur, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Coco and Cayo Cruz. On arrival Covid-19 testing is required, but it is free.
Curacao – The country has resumed the tourism but with tourists from selected countries only such as France, Italy, Canada and much more. Testing and few other requirements will be there.
Cyprus – As of June, the country is open to international tourists from countries that are divided into 2 lists based on certain updates and risk factors. On July 15th, countries were added on the list that requires no quarantines or testing.
Czech Republic – As of 15th July, some selected EU countries and certain third-party countries with low risks can gain entry to the Czech Republic without any testing or quarantines. The list that includes those countries is updated regularly on the weekly basis as per the epidemiological conditions ranging from low to high-risk situations.
Dominican Republic – The minister of Planning, Economy and Development has announced that the country will resume international airports and tourism operations starting from July 1st. People will be required to cover their faces with masks and follow social distancing norms to slow down the increasing cases of Coronavirus.
Egypt – Egypt will reopen the borders for seaside resorts starting from 1st July. Egypt generates around $1 billion revenue from tourism alone each month, therefore the effect of closing borders due to pandemic has been remarkable.
Estonia – The country has resumed tourism operations chandigarh for most EU nations since June and other countries from July 6, 2020.
France – As of June 15th, the prime minister of France announced that reopening process will begin for tourists. Additionally, third-party countries are also allowed to enter France.
On 15th July Bora Bora, Tahiti, and other French Polynesian islands will resume tourism without requiring a compulsory 14-day quarantine period for travelers from all the countries. However, tests will be surely required. During a press conference by the high commissioner of French Polynesia on June 5th, it was discussed that they have protected successfully so far and they are getting things ready to open once again.
The country has announced that they are going to restart all the tourism related operations from July 31, 2020. The tourism department said that they would first start the local tourism from Monday, June 15 and initiate international operations from July 31.
The country will be officially reopening the tourism from June 15th will selected countries to enter its borders for the tourism purposes. On July 1st, Germany stated that they would reopen the borders for some third-party countries like Canada, EU, Montenegro, and Thailand from July 2nd.
Starting from June 15th, the officials of the country stated that they will allow tourists from 29 countries to enter the nation. As of July 1, 2020, they have allowed tourists from 3rd party countries like Japan, Australia and Japan.
They are officially reopening from July 15th. Caribbean tourists will be allowed to enter the country first from July 15th. Thereafter, the country will resume tourism from August 1 for tourists from nations like UK, USA and much more.
Hungary is resuming operations for tourism for certain countries while blocking those with no case/little. Sounds like a strange opening, indeed!
From June 15th, the nation has opened its borders for tourists. All the passengers have one choice, either they can choose to be quarantined or be tested for Covid-19.
From June 3rd, Italy resumed its tourist operations from around 26 countries without any travel restrictions.
On June 15th, the country is opening its borders for all, said the ministry of Tourism.
Kenya will be restarting their international tourist operations on August 1st, 2020.
The country’s borders will be reopening on July 15th, and international flights will start to operate on the same day.
Malta is going to reopen the borders for 20+ countries without having tourists being isolated upon arrival.