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Latin America Reopening For Tourism: Countries Opening Borders

Many countries in Latin American have now officially reopened their borders for tourism. Latin America has been slower to loosen travel restrictions as Covid-19 outbreaks continue across many countries.  Below we have a list of every country in Latin America, and what their current reopening status is: Not open for tourism, reopening soon, and now open. For …

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Brazil Reopening Borders For Tourism

Brazil has officially reopened its borders for international tourism, effective immediately, July 29, 2020. In a complete surprise move, Brazil’s government made the decision to lift the current travel ban that has been in place since March. The current ban was set to expire at midnight on July 29th at midnight, and most believed it …

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Norwegian, Oceania and Regent Cancel October Reopening Cruises

Norwegian, Regent and Oceania cruise lines have cancelled all reopening cruises scheduled for October. Parent company of the three brands, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, announced the news in a release on Wednesday.   “In an effort to provide  additional transparency”,  NCLH said it will provide an update at the end of each month regarding …

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Greece Reopening For Cruise Ships August 1

Greece is officially reopening for Cruise Ships starting on August 1st, Tourism Minister, Haris Theoharis confirmed in a letter to the International Cruise Association (CLIA). Greece will become the first country to officially allow large cruise ships to make multiple port stops since the cruise industry shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic The three …

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Africa Reopening For Tourism – Full List of Countries

Many African nations are starting to reopen airports, remove curfews, and slowly resume international tourism. Most countries in Africa have been very strict on containing the spread of the virus, with most of them going into complete lockdowns earlier this year. That means nobody in and nobody out. Now that case numbers are relatively low …

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Asia Reopening For Tourism: Countries Opening Their Borders

Many countries in Asia are starting to prepare their reopening plans, or have already reopened for tourism. Asia has had some of the strictest border restrictions and closures since the Covid-19 pandemic began. While Europe has moved forward with reopening borders, countries in Asia are proceeding with a much more cautious approach to inbound travel.  …

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UK Travel Warning: Brits Could Face Sudden Quarantines

In a new travel warning for Brits, citizens are being told they could face unexpected 14 day quarantines if they decide to travel abroad. Downing Street insisted that rules on overseas travel were under “constant review”, raising fears that the holiday plans of millions will be threatened. The UK government made the decision to remove Spain off …

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The Middle East Reopening for Tourism: List of Countries Now Open

The Middle East, a region that usually sees more than 50 million tourists a year, has just started to reopen its borders once again.  While some countries in the Middle East are still very much locked down due to worries with the virus, there are a few that have started accepting international tourists, with a …

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Travel Bans Can’t Be Indefinite Says World Health Organization

Bans on international travel cannot stay in place indefinitely, and countries are going to have to do more to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus within their borders, the World Health Organization said on Monday. A surge of infections has prompted countries to reimpose some travel restrictions in recent days, with Britain throwing the …

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Bahamas Goes On Total Lockdown And All Tourism Now Restricted

The Bahamas went on a total lockdown over the weekend and all arriving travelers will now face a mandatory 14 day quarantine in a state run facility at their own cost.  The Bahamian government issued a mandatory lockdown from Friday July 24th through Sunday July 26th that required all residents to not leave their homes …

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1.5 Million British Tourists Face Quarantine After Traveling To Spain

Up to 1.5 million British Tourists will face quarantine after traveling to Spain. In an emergency measure, the UK has removed Spain from their country safe list after it recorded 2255 new Covid-19 cases on Friday.  Spain had averaged only a 130 new cases per day in June before it reopened for tourism. Ministers held …

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Countries Allowed To Travel To Luxembourg

Luxembourg officially reopened for tourism on June 15, 2020. Luxembourg first reopened borders to Germany, Belgium and France, and then extended entry to all EU, EFTA and Schengen nations later in June. Starting July 1, Luxembourg also reopened for select third-party nations as suggest by the EU. Below we have a full list of all …

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