03 Sep Ten Countries That Are Now Open To Indian Travelers
As India battled the second wave of the Coronavirus, numerous nations imposed travel restrictions on Indian visitors. However, with the number of cases steadily decreasing and the potential of a third wave looming; it is prudent to travel with caution. Some foreign nations are now welcoming Indian travelers, subject to certain criteria; however, anyone travelling from India must either give a negative RT-PCR report or undergo quarantine there. So, if you’re itching to pack your bags once more, here’s a list of ten nations that are currently available to Indian travelers.
Iceland is now open to all visitors, regardless of their origin. A proof of previous infection and recovery, or a certificate of vaccination (in India’s case, Covishield), will even free one from giving a negative PCR-test result. All travellers, without exception, will be forced to pass a COVID screening upon arrival. Quarantine will be required of all travellers until they take another test five days later. If the test is negative, your quarantine time will end as well.
In an effort to resurrect its tourism business, Russia recently resumed airline operations. Travellers will, however, need to have a negative RT-PCR test result that was issued at least 72 hours prior to their arrival. Immunoglobulin testing will not be accepted.
Although the number of flights to Egypt has been limited, Indians can now visit there. You must, however, present an RT-PCR test report that is no more than 72 hours old at the time of your arrival. Travellers are anticipated to be quarantined at their destination until a negative test result is received.
To travel to Turkey, you must have a negative PCR test result. The exam had to be completed no later than 72 hours prior to their trip. Travelers will also be subjected to 14-day quarantine at sites determined by Turkish officials. Upon arrival, you may be submitted to random PCR testing.
The doors of Serbia are also open to Indian visitors. However, unlike most nations, which require travellers to present a negative RT-PCR report that is less than 72 hours old prior to boarding their trip, Serbia just requires a report that is less than 48 hours old.
To visit this location, all you need is an RT-PCR test report that is no more than 72 hours old when you arrive. According to reports, people coming in South Africa who do not present a negative PCR test as proof of entry will be required to self-quarantine at their own expense.
If you want to visit Mauritius, you may have to wait a little longer. According to sources, you can pack your bags after July 15, 2021, as the island government prepares to open its doors to worldwide visitors. To enjoy a vacation in Mauritius, visitors must first take a COVID test, which will be followed by a 14-day quarantine period.
To go to this landlocked country, Indians must submit a negative RT-PCR test report that is no more than 72 hours old. However, due to an increase in COVID cases in Kabul, it is recommended that travelers avoid the capital city for the next few weeks.
Indians are no longer need to get a vaccination certificate or an RT-PCR test report in order to go to Costa Rica. Travelers should be aware, however, that upon arrival in the rainforested Central American country, they will be required to fill out a health pass form.
If you wish to visit Uzbekistan this year, you must provide a negative RT-PCR test report that is no older than 72 hours previous to arrival, as well as pass a 14-day quarantine period.