As one of the most badly impacted countries from the Covid 19 pandemic, it is understandable that many countries are reluctant to allow UK visitors into their countries. North America is currently off limits to all Brits. So instead of a holiday to Florida, below is a list of the long haul destinations that you can visit in the coming weeks. We expect more countries to be added to the list over the next 2 months, and this article will be updated to reflect the changing situation.
Ecuador: International flights to and from Ecuador have resumed. The restriction on international arrivals has been lifted. Upon arrival, passengers will be required to sign a declaration form with their itinerary and local contact details. They must also present a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19, taken up to seven days prior to departure. If those tests aren’t available in your country, you need to agree to have a test at the airport in Ecuador. All passengers will have to self-isolate for 14 days.
Bangladesh: Commercial passenger flights from the UK and Qatar are permitted to land in Bangladesh. On arrival, foreigners need proof of a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travel that shows a negative test result. Passengers from the UK will need to self-isolate for 14 days. Passengers from the UK will also need to complete a Health Declaration Form and Passenger Locator Form, provided on the flight.
Cambodia: Travellers from all countries can now enter Cambodia, but must have a certificate to prove they are COVID-19 free, have proof of insurance that includes a minimum of US$50,000 for medical cover and have a visa before arrival. Cambodia have introduced a $3000 deposit for the COVID-19 service. Fees will be deducted for the test, an overnight stay in a waiting centre, meals at the waiting centre. and the remainder will be paid back. If one passenger tests positive, everyone who was on the same flight as them will be quarantined for 14 days.
South Korea: All foreign national travellers are being tested for COVID-19 on arrival in South Korea. Testing may take up to 24 hours and you may be held in a separate facility during this time. If you test positive for the virus you will be transferred to the appropriate healthcare facility.
Iran: Although you can technically still travel to Iran, some airlines are no longer flying in and out of Iran and many neighbouring countries have closed their borders or started monitoring travellers from Iran. There may be further measures introduced at short notice.
UAE: British Nationals will now be able to return to the UAE if they meet the criteria set by the UAE authorities. You will have to fill in this form, and if approved you will be given a reference number which will allow you to book a flight. Be aware that strict measures are still in place at the border. You may have a mandatory health check on arrive and have to go into mandatory quarantine for 14 days.
Ethiopia: The land borders are closed and the airports have strict measures in place. Be aware that if you show symptoms of COVID-19, you will likely be transferred to an isolation facility.
Tanzania: Tanzania has resumed international flights. You will no longer have to go into mandatory quarantine (unless you have symptoms). Enhanced screening is still in place.
Zambia: Zambia’s borders remain open but under tight screening. Travellers to Zambia will be tested with a nasal swab for COVID-19 on arrival. Anyone who goes to Zambia will have to go into mandatory quarantine for 14 days at a government-run facility. You cannot leave the country until you have completed the 14-day quarantine period. All tourist visas to Zambia have been cancelled. Kenneth Kaund International Airport is open to international flights but all other provincial airports remain closed to international traffic.
French Polynesia: French Polynesia has opened its borders to foreign travellers. You must complete a travel certificate to enter, as well as having proof of a medical certificate and will gave a health check at the border.
Antigua and Barbuda: Antigua and Barbuda has reopened its borders and is welcoming tourists. All arriving passengers must take a mask with them and wear it in public areas while in the country. You must complete a health declaration form. Screening is in place. You will be subject to a coronavirus test on arrival and must pay $100 for it.
Barbados: All visitors arriving in Barbados will be placed in government-run quarantine for 14 days.
St Barthélemy: The island has announced it is open to tourists. You will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test that is no more than 3 days old.
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