Pakistan Officially Reopening For Tourism With COVID-19 Entry Requirements
Pakistan officially reopened its borders for tourism on October 5th with specific COVID-19 entry requirements for all incoming passengers. Pakistan originally closed its borders back in March when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Prior to the pandemic, Pakistan was seeing a surge in tourism brought on by rave reviews of the friendly culture and being a budget friendly destination.
India may open up for tourists from ‘Covid-free’ nations soon
India could soon reopen its doors to foreign tourists from countries where the Covid situation is under control, by following all required health protocol. Government officials on Thursday said inter-ministerial talks are on for a “calibrated resumption of tourist visas on a country-specific basis”. Owing to Covid, India had in last March suspended most visas issued to foreigners. Later, it allowed foreigners with certain visa types — except tourist — to travel here.
ST. MAARTEN IS REOPENING FOR TOURISM JULY 1
St. Maarten is officially reopening for international tourism on July 1st, following the reopening of Princess Juliana Airport (SXM). In a recent government press statement, tourism minister Ludmila de Weever stated that the country is ready to receive travelers from Europe and North America as of July 1st.