Seychelles To Officially Reopen For All Travelers
Seychelles’ Minister for Foreign Affairs and Tourism, Sylvestre Radegonde, announced on March 4, 2021 that the island destination will reopen to visitors from all countries except South Africa beginning March 25, 2021. The announcement follows a Tourism Task Force Committee meeting. Visitors will only be required to present a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to departure. Vaccination status is not required.
COUNTRIES ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO LUXEMBOURG
Luxembourg officially reopened for tourism on June 15, 2020. Luxembourg first reopened borders to Germany, Belgium and France, and then extended entry to all EU, EFTA and Schengen nations later in June. Starting July 1, Luxembourg also reopened for select third-party nations as suggest by the EU.
CROATIA HAS REOPENED TO TOURISTS FROM ALL COUNTRIES
As of July 1 2020, Croatia has now reopened to all tourists. EU/EEA countries and nations can enter with no reason given, while ‘third-party' countries outside the EU are welcome, but must show proof of accommodation or tourist activity.