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Top 9 countries open for travel during COVID-19.

Wondering when you can travel again, here are ten places to visit right now plus the best thing to do when you reach there.


1) Albania - Europe

Albania has reopened tourism for all countries at the end of May. Albania Prime Minister has promise tourism will remain open full of 2020. It's also one of the most mountainous countries in the world.

If you go make sure to visit the legendary Rozafa castle and also Lake Skadar. Visit Lake Skadar during sunset time you will love it. There are many other places such as the Albanian Riviera, Tirana, Llogara Pass, Berat, Saranda, Gjirokasta, Kruja, and many other places.


2) Belarus - Europe

Belarus is one of the few countries that never officially close during COVID-19. Recently, tourism in Belarus has double thanks to the country's 30 days visa-free travel scheme.

You can visit Minsk is also known for its parks and gardens, Braslav Lake Area is something that you can't miss, there are approximately 300 lakes in the region, Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park, Mir Castle, and many other places.


3) Cambodia - Southeast Asia

Travel Cambodia is complicated right now but possible. Before departing, you much apply for a visa online. Travelers must also [resent a health certificate, proof of a $ 50,000 medical insurance policy upon arrival, then pass a second COVID-19 test. Anyone seeking an authentic travel experience, then you much visit Cambodia.

Highlights include Temples of Angkor, The Southern Islands, Phnom Penh, Kampot Province, Siem Reap Province, Mondulkiri, Battambang, Prasat Preah Vihear, and also local Markets.


4) Mexico - North America

The international airports remained open for tourism throughout the pandemic. Highlight Riviera Maya, Cancun, Tulum, Del Carmen, Cabo San Lucas, and don't miss the city of Guadalajara and many other places.


5) Japan

Japan has also open tourism but just for seven countries: Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Taiwan – and reciprocity is applied.

Your travel must be related to business or you must be staying more than 14 days and also COVID-19 test is required, both before and on arrival as well as 14days quarantine.


6) Maldives

The Maldives has reopened its tourism on 15th July 2020 and also international flights resumed. It has opened for all countries under regular visa requirements.

If you are planning to visit the Maldives you need to show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test that was taken no more than 72 hours before departure.


7) Slovenia - Europe

Slovenia had very few cases of COVID-19 and was the first European country to reopen to tourism on May 15. Slovenia is a small country with a population of near 3 million people. Places to see Ljubljana old Town, Lake Bled, Julian Alps, Postojna cave, Old Vine House as well as many other places.


8) Andorra

Andorra has officially reopened borders for international tourism, and as of July 29, is now allowing all nations to visit, but with different entry requirements based on residency.


9) Austria

Before June 16th anyone from the EU traveling to Austria had to submit a medical certificate proving a negative covid PCR test no older than four days upon entry or be subject to a 14-day quarantine period.

As of June 16th, the requirement for a medical certificate or quarantine has been lifted for all EU countries, except for Sweden, Spain, and Portugal. If you are from one of those four countries, you need to bring a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure.

Disclaimer: Make sure you have checked the requirement of the above countries before you visit. It depends on your residential status.


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