Will I be able to travel soon?

Which countries in the world are opening up?

We have gathered a list of countries that have announced opening their borders for tourists.

Important Travel Tip: As borders are gradually opening up and airlines are preparing to add more flights to destinations around the world, travel rules and regulations are also constantly being updated. It is strongly advised for each traveller to check the current travel restictions required both for their entry to their destination, as well as, the necesary requirements needed for their return trip.

*Last updated on: 2 March 2022

Travel Advisory for entering Australia

Borders open? Open as of 21 February 2022

If you're travelling to Australia and you are...

  • Fully-vaccinated: need to have a proof of vaccination & an International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (you can obtain it from the country in which you received your vaccination), you need to complete a Digital Passenger Declaration within 72h before your flight, and lastly, undertake a pre-departure COVID-19 test.

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Travel Advisory for entering Austria

Borders open? Open with new entry requirements from 22 February 2022

If you're travelling to Austria and you are...

  • All travellers: need to have a proof of vaccination (in English or German), proof of recovery from COVID-19 (the medical document needs to show the date of recovery), OR a negative PCR test (valid for 72 hours before departure) or Antigen test (valid for 24 hours defore departure).

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Travel Advisory for entering Brazil

Borders open? Open as of 10 January 2022

If you're travelling to Brazil and you are...

  • Fully-vaccinated: need to present proof of vaccination and have a a negative COVID-19 test (PCR test, valid for 72 hours, or Antigen test, valid for 24 hours).

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Travel Advisory for entering Canada

Borders open? Open as of 28 February 2022

If you're travelling to Canada, you...

  • Fully-vaccinated: need to have a proof of vaccination (if its not in English or French, it has to be translated officially) and a mandatory COVID test prior to departure (a rapid antigen test is possible one day prior, but depending on your country of departure you may need a molecular test 72 hours prior to departure).

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Travel Advisory for entering Colombia

Borders open? Open as of 1 February 2022

If you're travelling to Colombia and you are...

  • Fully-vaccinated: need to have a proof of vaccination.
  • Partially vaccinated: a COVID test prior the departure is required (PCR negative results 72h prior departure, or Antigen negative result 24h prior departure). Unvaccinated foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter the country.

In addition, all travellers, you must fill out the Check-Mig form 24h prior the trip.

Find further information on current entry requirements for visitor to Colombia.

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Travel Advisory for entering Croatia

Borders open? OPEN

If you're travelling to Croatia and you are...

  • EU/Schengen citizens: need to have a proof of vaccination, proof of recovery OR negative COVID-19 test (PCR negative results 72 hours prior departure or Antigen negative result 24 hours prior departure).

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Travel Advisory for entering France

Borders open? Open as of 14 February 2022

If you're travelling to France and you are...

  • Fully-vaccinated: can enter the country with proof of vaccination.
  • Unvaccinated: need to bring a negative COVID test (PCR negative results 72 hours prior departure or Antigen negative result 24h prior departure) and they must present a compelling reason justifying the need for them to come to France.

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Travel Advisory for entering Georgia

Borders open? OPEN

If you're travelling to Georgia and you are...

  • Fully Vaccinated:: Travellers are allowed to enter Georgia if they can provide documentation of full vaccination (2 doses of any Covid-19 vaccination or 1 dose of the Johnson&Johnson vaccine).
  • Unvaccinated: Travellers are allowed to enter Georgia with a negative PCR COVID-19 test. Find further information on entry requirements for non-vaccinated visitors.

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Travel Advisory for entering Germany

Borders open? Open with new regulations as of 15 January 2022

If you're travelling to Germany and you are...

  • EU/Schengen citizen: no pandemic-related travel restrictions currently apply to travellers entering Germany.
  • Third-country nationals: entry for any purpose is only possible for fully vaccinated travellers.

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Travel Advisory for entering Greece

Borders open? OPEN (but depends on country of residence)

  • EU/Schengen citizens: during the period from 21.02.2022 until 07.03.2022, travellers holding a European Union Digital Covid Certificate are not obliged to show an extra negative COVID test result upon their arrival.

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Travel Advisory for entering Iceland

Borders open? Open with new regulations as of 25 February 2022

All regulations for COVID-19 have been lifted. There is no need to pre-register or to show a vaccine/recovery/negative test proof.

Find further information about entry regulations and pre-registration for visiting Iceland.

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Travel Advisory for entering India

Borders open? Open, with new regulations as of 14 January 2022

All travellers need to fill and submit the self-declaration form where they include the last 14 days travel details, upload a negative COVID-19 PCR result or certificate of completing full their COVID-19 vaccination.

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Travel Advisory for entering Indonesia

Borders open? Open, with new requirements from 16 February 2022

All foreign travellers need to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test, done 48h prior departure. All international travellers (Indonesian citizen and Foreign citizen) are required to quarantine depending on their vaccination status.

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Travel Advisory for entering Israel

Borders open? Open, for fully-vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers

All "non-Israeli" citizens entering are able to enter Israel while following certain requirements:

  1. All travellers arriving to Israel need to take and present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, at least 72 hours before arrival
  2. From 8 March 2022, a health insurance with COVID-19 coverage is required;
  3. You need to fill out the entry form online within 48 hours prior to their scheduled departure to Israel.

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Travel Advisory for entering Italy

Borders open? Open, new requirements from 1 March 2022

All travellers enterning Italy need to show their vaccination certificate, proof of recovery OR negative COVID-19 test result (PCR, performed up to 72 hours before the scheduled arrival, or Rapid Antigen, performed up to 24 hours before the scheduled arrival). Travellers are also required to complete the EU Digital Passport Locator Form online.

Find further information about entry regulations for visiting Italy.

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Travel Advisory for entering Maldives

Borders open? Open, restrictions updated on 17 February 2022

All travellers must present a negative PCR test (taken within 72 hours from scheduled departure) and a self-declarative health declaration must be submitted by all travellers within 24 hours prior to their departure to the Maldives. If travellers test positive for Covid-19, they and the travelling party will all be placed in isolation and quarantine at the traveller's expense.

Find further information about entry regulations for visiting the Maldives.

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Travel Advisory for entering Mexico

Borders open? OPEN

Travellers don't need to have a negative PCR test to enter Mexico. However, passengers may be subjected to health screening upon arrival. CDC advises travellers who are 12 years and older are to be fully vaccinated prior to their trip and unvaccinated people should avoid non-essential travel to Mexico.

Find further information about entry regulations for visiting Mexico.

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Travel Advisory for entering Morocco

Borders open? Open since 7 February 2022

All travellers entering Morocco need to have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate, a negative COVID-19 PCR result (done no less than 48 hours before the flight's departure) and completed the health form.

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Travel Advisory for entering the Netherlands

Borders open? OPEN

  • EU/Schengen citizens: you will need proof of vaccination, a Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) based on proof of recovery OR a negative test result. As well as completing a health declaration form.

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Travel Advisory for entering New Zealand

Borders open? Open but based on eligibility as per their 5-step reopening phases

New Zealand has adopted a 5-step reopening plan over the course of 2022 and under that plan,from 27th of February 2022 (Australian citizens, NZ citizen, an NZ permanent resident or resident visa holder) - you can enter New Zealand if you are fully vaccinated, have spent the previous 14 days in Australia or NZ, have had the pre-departure tests you need.

Find further information about New Zealand's 5-step reopening phrasesand who is eligibe to enter.

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Travel Advisory for entering Peru

Borders open? Open, with new measures starting 27 February 2022

  • Fully vaccinated: all vaccinated travellers, 12 years of age or older, must show their vaccination card.

  • Unvaccinated: unvaccinated travellers need to show a negative COVID-19 PCR result issued to 48h before boarding.

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Travel Advisory for entering Philippines

Borders open? Open, with new protocols from 10 February 2022

Only fully-vaccinated travellers can enter the country.
Foreign nationals entering Philippines Visa Free - have to be fully vaccinated (except for minors below 12 years old), have a negative PCR test result taken within 48 hours prior to departure,

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Travel Advisory for entering Poland

Borders open? OPEN

  • All travellers: need to have a negative COVID-19 test result (PCR, performed up to 72 hours before the scheduled arrival, or Rapid Antigen, performed up to 24 hours before the scheduled arrival).

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Travel Advisory for entering Portugal

Borders open? OPEN for essential travel

Travellers can enter Portugal with an EU COVID Certificate, a negative PCR/antigen test, proof of recovery OR a valid vaccination certificate (with a complete vaccination schedule or a vaccine booster). It is mandatory for all passengers bound for Portugal or in transit/transfer (including from Madeira and Azores) to fill online a Passenger Locator Form.

Find further information about entry regulations for visiting Portugal.
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Travel Advisory for entering Spain

Borders open? OPEN

Travel Advisory: Travellers would need to show a proof of vaccination. Also all travellers must complete FCS Health Control Form prior to arrival and must present the QR code upon entry to Spain.

Find further information about entry regulations and information about the FCS Health Control Form.

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Travel Advisory for entering South Africa

Borders open? OPEN

All travellers must provide a valid certificate with a negative COVID-19 test outcome, recognized by the WHO, or equivalent local accredited authority, obtained not more than 72 hours before the date of travel.

Find further information about visiting South Africa.
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Travel Advisory for entering South Korea

Borders open? OPEN

All travellers need to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test result which needs to be taken 48 hours prior departure. And when arriving to South Korea, travellers need take another PCR. If your test on arrival is negative, you can proceed onto quarantine. If your test is positive, you must comply with self-quarantine and treatment instructions issued by the Korean authorities.

Find further information about visiting South Korea

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Travel Advisory for entering Switzerland

Borders open? OPEN

Travel Advisory: U.S. travellers are allowed entry into Switzerland with proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated travellers are not allowed entry to Switzerland unless they meet one of the requirements listed under the "Who can enter Switzerland?" section.

Find further information about entry regulations for visiting Switzerland.

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Travel Advisory for entering Thailand

Borders open? OPEN

Travel Advisory: Currently travellers are allowed to enter Thailand under certain regulations and are required to register for a Thailand Pass.

Find further information about visiting Thailand.

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Travel Advisory for entering Turkey

Borders open? OPEN

If you're travelling to Turkey, travellers must ...

  • a visa to enter and travel within the country for business and tourism purposes. Further information regarding the Electronic Visa Applicaton.
  • All incoming passengers over the age of 6 must complete a Entrance Form at least 72 hours before their arrival in Turkey. Passengers must hold a proof of vaccination.

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Travel Advisory for entering the United Arab of Emirates (UAE)

Borders open? Open as of 27 January 2022

If you're travelling to the UAE, passengers travelling...

  • must have proof of vaccination with a QR code
  • to Dubai from all countries, including the Gulf Cooperation Council countries (GCC), must have a negative result for a COVID‑19 RT-PCR test done no more than 72 hours before departure
  • to Abu Dhabi do not need a negative COVID-19 PCR test result if 1. you are fully vaccinated or 2. you are under 16 or 3. you hold a recovery certificate (containing a QR code) from COVID-19 issued within 30 days before departure.

Find further information on current entry requirements for visitor to the UAE.

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Travel Advisory for entering the United Kingdom

Borders open? Open as of 11 February 2022

If you're travelling to the UK, travellers must ...

  • Fully-vaccinated: need to have a proof of vaccination and complete a passenger locator form 3 days prior to arriving in England.

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Travel Advisory for entering United States

Borders open? Open as of 27 January 2022

If you're travelling to United States, you are required to provide your contact information to the airlines (for contact tracing purposes)...

  • U.S Citizens, U.S. Nationals, U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents, and Immigrants: you need a negative COVID test result taken no more than 1 day before travel or option for those that can show a certificate of recovery within the past 90 days.

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Travel Advisory for entering Vietnam

Borders open? Open as of 1 January 2022

If you're travelling to Vietnam, travellers must have ...

  • a proof of vaccination with the last dose at least 14 days and not more than 1 year prior to date of entry. Travellers can also present a certificate of receovery from COVID-19, but the time of hospital discharge and entry date must not extend 6 months.

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