It took us a long time to get used to these operating circumstances caused by the global pandemic. Great damage has been suffered, many pleasures have been denied, and travel is certainly one of them. Surely, we all wanted to carelessly sit on a plane and travel to some beautiful place, to rest and create new memories. Yet the worst days are behind us. Global vaccination has begun, which will surely bring an end to the problem we are exposed to. Although travel to many countries is still prohibited, we present you some destinations it’s possible to travel to right now, without the need for quarantine on arrival. See below for the places.
Governments across the world may still be advising their citizens to stay put, but many countries are still opening up to draw visitors over the coming months. Still remember, many countries are still warning upon all non-essential travel. And some are quarantining all overseas arrivals, including their own returning citizens. Check all the relevant restrictions before you think about traveling.
Where it is allowed to travel?
Iceland, a country that we are enchanted with and that we have to list as a recommended destination every time we suggest where to travel. The feisty volcanoes, spurting geysers, steaming hillocks, and lonely lava plains in themselves sound like an unforgettable adventure. Add to it the ethereal Northern lights, gleaming glacial caves, majestic whales, and warm soothing geothermal waters.
You can bypass a two-week quarantine by being tested at the airport. Even if you test negative, you must then self-isolate for five days before taking a second test. But if you can prove you’ve already had the coronavirus (and recovered), then you can skip testing and quarantine.
Morocco is another country to which travel is allowed. Travel to Morocco, and you will uncover a country of deserts, spice-laden souks, and a melting cup of Berber and Arabian cultures. With loafing beach resorts on the coast, stunning ancient cities inland, fabulous landscapes of the Rif and Atlas Mountains, and the ghostly solitude of the Sahara Desert, touring Morocco won’t leave you unsatisfied.
A negative PCR is required, and there is no requirement to quarantine.
The Maldives is one of the locations that we should not even recommend. Except when it comes to procedures related to the coronavirus. The stunning beauty of the Maldives is something that images cannot fully evoke. It is something you can’t quite understand until you’re there in person.
There are no quarantine requirements, except for British travelers, who are required to self-isolate for ten days. Visitors must also provide a negative test result from within the past four days.
Cuba is permitted for tourism for tourists from any country. However, as of mid-January 2020, there are some strict limitations, including a ban on travel between provinces and restaurants being permitted to serve only take-away customers. Tourists will be given a PCR test on arrival in Cuba and are expected to self-isolate until a negative result is received – typically around 48 hours, though it can be longer, especially for weekend arrivals. Additionally, all travelers to Cuba will be obligated to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result certificate from their country of origin, taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Cuba.
Costa Rica is one of the most visited countries in Central America. Costa Rica has become one of the very attractive locations due to its cheap living, great weather, amazing beaches, and friendly locals. The only obstacle may be the price you have to pay to get there.
These are some of the suggestions where you can travel right away. Follow our blog and stay up to date with all the information.