ICELAND REOPENING FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
Iceland has reopened the country's borders to tourists from June 15, 2020. When Iceland first opened in June, passengers arriving into Iceland had a choice: They either choose to be tested for Covid upon arrival (15000 ISK/ $110 USD) or to go into quarantine for two weeks. Now as of August 19th, the entry requirements have changed, due to a surge in cases. We cover all the updates below.
BELARUS HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – MOST COUNTRIES ALLOWED
Belarus has officially reopened for tourism on July 15, 2020 and is now allowing over 70 nations to visit without a 14-day isolation period. Belarus recently updated the list of countries that are permitted to enter without observing a 14-day quarantine.
ANDORRA REOPENING FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
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. Andorra is a quaint micro-nation nestled into the Pyrenees mountains between France and Spain, with a population of just under 80,000, but somehow still manages to get almost 10 million visitors per year.