Travel World in COVID-Tourists from USA are Welcomed

As we know due to COVID-19 effects, almost all the countries have been affected and people are stuck at there homes. After passing several months in this pandemic disease, countries have made several changes. These changes are made in their rules and regulations including tourism (travel world) and business strategies.

Some of the countries have decided to reopen the tourism with all necessary SOPs. This is good news for tourists. After staying a long time at home now they can travel to their favorite destinations.

Here are the countries where it’s still possible for US residents to visit.

Open to US citizens

  • Albania
  • Dominican Republic
  • Kosovo
  • Maldives
  • Mexico
  • North Macedonia
  • Serbia
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey

Open with Restrictions to US citizens

  • Antigua and Barbuda: Negative Covid-19 test result within 7 days
  • Bahamas: Negative Covid-19 test result within a week before travel
  • Dubai: Covid-19 test not older than 48 hours presented on arrival
  • Jamaica: Travelers from New York, Florida, Arizona, and Texas must have a negative test result within 10 days
  • Maldives: by private jet or charter only until August 1, then commercial flights will resume
  • Turkey: Covid-19 tests on arrival are possible

Albania

tourism in Albania
tourism in Albania

Through the Atlantic Ocean from Italy, the country name Albania has resumed the international flights from June 15, 2020.

There are no restrictions for US citizens on arrival, however, the US embassy has stated that there would be a medical checkup on the entry point.

“Travelers should be prepared for travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice,” it states.

Antigua and Barbuda

tourism in Antigua
tourism in Antigua

This country has demanded a test showing a negative COVID-19-RT-PCR. This test must be done within seven days of their flights.

The local health authority will monitor the visitors for another 14 days and another test could be required. Also, visitors have to follow the SOPs. In ignorance of these rules, one must pay a fine of $5000.

The Bahamas

tourism in Bahamas
tourism in Bahamas

Bahamas has reopened the travel in their country for international travelers since July 1st. Same as the other countries following SOPs, this country also includes a negative COVID-19 test at least 10 days before traveling.

There are no requirements for quarantine but visitors must follow the SOPs like wearing masks and use sanitizers.

Dubai

tourism in Dubai
tourism in Dubai

Dubai has also resumed the international tourism from July 7. The basic requirements are including negative COVID-19 test within 96 hours of arrival and a life insurance for any necessary treatment.

According to visit Dubai website, tourists must have to register their informations in the COVID-19 DXB app.

Jamaica

tourism in jamaica
tourism in jamaica

Jamaica started the tourism on June 15, but they have updated the requirements for the travelers. They need to complete an online travel authorization. There is a possibility that they can check on arrival.

The Maldives

tourism in Maldives
tourism in Maldives

From July 15 Maldives has reopened tourism as we all know it is one of the most selective places for spending holidays.
There is no restriction for US citizens to go through any test before departure. However, they must complete the health declaration on arrival.

The tourists have to book the accommodation in advance.

As per the information PR of Visit Maldives: “Tourist resorts, liveaboard vessels, and hotels located on uninhabited islands are open for bookings starting from July 15. Guesthouses and hotels located on inhabited islands will open for bookings starting from August 1.”

Turkey

tourism in Turkey
tourism in Turkey

Since June 12, the most of Turkey’s borders has been reopened for tourism. There are no restrictions for US citizens at the moment. Moreover, passengers are requested to go through a simple checkup for COVID-19 symptoms on arrival.

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