Find the Latest Travel Guidelines For these International Locations

It wasn’t long before countries all over the world began imposing travel bans to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

The restrictions had a devastating impact on the international tourism industry.  

Domestic tourism has also been significantly impacted in many countries, with quarantines and lockdowns limiting the movement of residents and forcing the closure of hotels, restaurants, and tourist destinations.  

But as vaccine rollouts begin to take effect across the world, the tourism industry is looking at ways to reopen. India is rapidly moving towards the mark of administering 1 billion doses of the vaccine, and with each day the number of fully vaccinated people are increasing too. 

However, before you pick up the phone calls or reply back to your customers on WhatsApp, let’s take a look at the various travel regulations in place at the leading international destinations. This will help you guide customers better, plan their trips and provide them with a hassle-free experience.

TRAVEL GUIDELINES

Dubai

  • RTPCR Test 48 Hours Prior with QR Code
  • Vaccination Not Mandatory as of now
  • It is mandatory to download and submit a Health Declaration Form here and here and a Quarantine Undertaking Form here while entering UAE.
  • Indian passengers must take another COVID-19 PCR test on arrival at the airport
  • 14 Days Quarantine if tested positive on arrival

Switzerland

  • RTPCR Test 72 Hrs Prior with QR Code
  • Fully Vaccinated with Covidshield Only
  • If not vaccinated, 10 days quarantine mandatory
  • Children aged 18 years and below, travelling with fully vaccinated parents, can enter Switzerland and need not quarantine
  • However, children aged 16 – 18 years need to submit a negative RT-PCR report at the time of boarding and arrival.

Germany

  • The PCR test must be taken no more than 72 hours prior to entering Germany; the rapid antigen test, no more than 48 hours.
  • Not fully vaccinated pax can travel but they must posses a Covid negative report on departure ex-India.
  • Vaccination certificate for both the doses produced must be of a period at least 14 days prior before departure date.
  • 10 Days Quarantine if tested positive on arrival

Mauritius

  • RTPCR Test 72 Hrs Prior with QR Code
  • Only fully vaccinated passengers can travel
  • 14 Days Quarantine if tested positive on arrival
  • Maintaining Social distancing, wearing a mask and checking body temperature

United Kingdom

  • Negative PCR test is done within 72 hours of departure
  • Only fully vaccinated passengers can travel, doses taken at least 14 days before they arrive in England.
  • 14 Days Quarantine if tested positive on arrival
  • Maintaining Social distancing, wearing a mask and checking body temperature

Sri Lanka

  • Negative PCR test done within 72 hours of departure
  • Either carry COVID-19 vaccine card for both the doses or On Arrival RT-PCR test will be conducted to Not vaccinated/ Single doses passengers
  • 14 Days Quarantine if tested positive on arrival
  • Carry completed Health Declaration Form

Canada

  • Negative RT-PCR test or a rapid PCR test that must be taken no more than 18 hours before their departing
  • Only fully vaccinated passengers can travel
  • All passengers must download the ArriveCan mobile app & provide necessary information through a form available on the app.

You need to keep track of constantly changing norms, and a plethora of rules and regulations especially if your client wishes to embark on a European trip or any other multi-destination journey internationally or even domestically. 

This is where you must act as an ideal support system by offering personalized support and regular updates on changes in regulations.

Go the extra mile to curate the best itineraries and allied services to ensure that the travelers get a hassle-free and memorable experience on their much-awaited foreign trips in the new normal!

Get in touch with us to know the Latest Guidelines being followed Internationally.