Coronavirus has prevented the development of global tourism, which is one of the most severely affected sectors of the pandemic. As the number of cases continues to rise, many countries are struggling to deal with the coronavirus crisis. They have set up confinement rooms to keep people indoors. The first hand eager to travel, visit new countries, stroll through undeveloped streets, meet new people, try different cuisines and learn about various cultures is just fantasy. Those who are eager to take a plane and enjoy some time are full of hope.
What we have heard these days is, which country has topped the record high number of coronavirus cases. However, some countries have relaxed and are actually trying to flatten the curve. As international flights in some countries start or are about to start, if you want to spend a long vacation to eliminate all the worries about coronavirus, even if it takes a little time, there are some tourist destinations that welcome tourists.
From beautiful beaches to historical monuments, you can experience it all in the post-COVID-19 era. These are some destinations that you must consider, and all the necessary details required to plan a holiday.
Like many countries / regions, Thailand is a tourist hotspot, and the tourism portal was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the reopening of shopping malls, markets and some tourist attractions has a certain degree of normality, the upcoming international flights only begin after June 30. So please plan accordingly.
Bali is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and it is willing to allow tourists to enter by October. The country has a low rate of coronavirus cases and mortality, which helped to make this decision. But Indonesia ’s economy is heavily dependent on tourism, so the sooner they welcome tourists, the better their lives will be.
If you really want to enjoy your vacation without having to worry about health care factors, then Cyprus is a good place. From June 9th, Cyprus will allow direct flights from 19 countries. The list still does not include the United Kingdom, the United States, and India. Tourists from Greece, Malta, Bulgaria, Norway, Austria, Finland, Slovenia, Hungary, Israel, Denmark, Germany, etc. obtained green passes.
From June 20th, more countries will be added to the list, so more people can consider taking vacations. According to CNN, in addition to the beautiful beaches, the amazing thing about this place is that the government is willing to bear all the expenses of travelers who test positive for COVID-19 during Cyprus.
Greece plans to allow tourists to re-enter on June 15 and allow seasonal hotels to reopen. The country’s ferry service has been in operation since May 25, and travel on the country was relaxed on May 18. Over time, if Greece manages to keep those COVID-19 cases at a low level, international passengers will be more relaxed and may not have to enter the quarantine zone or conduct COVID-19 tests upon arrival.
Germany is considering relaxing travel restrictions on EU countries from June 15th, but social evacuation rules will continue until June 29th. It is also considering allowing tourists from the UK, Turkey and other countries.
The Ministry of Tourism is considering welcoming domestic tourists as soon as possible, but international tourists can only be allowed sometime in mid-June. Istanbul ’s Grand Bazaar will also be open from June 1-restaurants, cafes, parks, beaches and museums will also be open.
Spain may soon open the border to tourists. According to the Prime Minister, foreign tourists can be admitted as early as July, without having to go through quarantine upon arrival.
The Maldives will open its luxury resort to tourists in July 2020 without paying any other fees, such as a $ 50,000 landing fee for private jets. Visitors will need to obtain a COVID-19 free certificate and are willing to stay in the country for at least 14 days.
Saint Lucia is one of the few destinations for American citizens because most countries have closed the borders of people from the epicenter of the coronavirus. From June 4th, Saint Lucia will allow American passengers to obtain a verified COVID-19 negative test certificate within 48 hours of boarding.
The border will be opened to more countries on August 1.
France is the world’s most visited destination, but then a pandemic occurred. There have been some relaxations in France, such as hotels, bars, restaurants, cafes that reopened before June 2 and the Louvre before July 6. International travel has not been loosened. However, Prime Minister Edward Philip said that the French can spend their holidays in July and August without crossing borders.
Therefore, if you are abroad, it is impossible to take photos in front of the Eiffel Tower soon.