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Which countries are open now for tourism amid the global pandemic?

Travel has been in standstill for around 4 months and travellers are in the big question ‘When can we travel?’ Being these periods as vacation months in many parts of the world, the urge for travel has just increased among people.

Many countries relaxing lockdown restrictions and easing boarder entry restrictions, certain countries have powered up the tourism sector back again with Serbia leading the path by starting their tourism sector on the 22nd of May.

According to a World Tourism Organization (WTO) report, 40 percent of the countries have eased restrictions of travel imposed previously to curb the spread of COVID 19 pandemic, as a way to restart the international tourism slowly and responsibly.

 

Here is the list of countries which has opened up for tourism categorized by region and when has it been open for tourism:

African

  • Egypt – July 1
  • Ethiopia –
  • Kenya – August 1
  • Liberia – July 1
  • Malta – July 1
  • Rwanda – June 17
  • Senegal – July 15
  • Seychelles – June 1
  • Tanzania – June 1
  • Tunisia – June 27

Asian

  • Bali (Indonesia) – September 1
  • Jordan – August 4
  • Lebanon – July 1
  • Maldives – July 15
  • Thailand – August 1
  • United Arab Emirates (Dubai) – July 7
  • Uzbekistan – June 15

European

  • Albania – July 1
  • Andorra – July 1
  • Austria – June 16
  • Belarus – July 15
  • Belgium – June 15
  • Bulgaria – June 1
  • Croatia – June 1
  • Cyprus – June 1
  • Czech Republic – June 15
  • Estonia – June 1
  • Finland – July 15
  • France – June 15
  • Germany – June 15
  • Greece – June 15
  • Iceland – June 15
  • Ireland – July 21
  • Italy – June 3
  • Latvia – July 1
  • Luxembourg – July 1
  • Montenegro – June 1
  • Netherlands – June 15
  • North Macedonia – July 1
  • Poland – June 13
  • Portugal – June 15
  • Romania – July 7
  • Serbia – May 22
  • Slovenia – July 17
  • Spain – June 21
  • Sweden – June 1
  • Switzerland – June 15
  • Ukraine – June 15

Eurasian

  • Georgia – July 31
  • Russia – July 15
  • Turkey – June 10 

North American

  • Bahamas – July 1
  • Barbados – July 12
  • Belize – August 15
  • Bermuda – July
  • Cayman Islands – September 1
  • Cuba – July 1
  • Dominica – August 7
  • Dominican Republic – July 1
  • Grenada – July 15
  • Guadeloupe – July 1
  • Jamaica – June 15
  • Mexico – June 8
  • Barths – June 22
  • Lucia – June 4
  • Maarten – July 1
  • Vincent and The Grenadines – July 1
  • S. Virgin Islands – June 1

South American

  • Aruba – July 1
  • Brazil – July 30
  • Curacao – July 1

Oceanic

  • Antigua and Barbuda – June 4
  • French Polynesia – July 15

 

 

 

Author

Arjun Radeesh

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