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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.

ECUADOR REOPENS FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Ecuador has now reopened airports and is one again allowing tourists to enter, but with a few restrictions and rules. Technically, Ecuador has been open for a little while, but was requiring BOTH a 14-day quarantine, as well as a PCR test, upon arrival. That paired with


French St Martin Is Now Open for Tourism

The French side of St Martin is now officially open for tourism, Caribbean Journal has confirmed. The destination quietly reopened to both European and non-European tourists, including those from the United States. “You will be hosted in completely safe conditions in the various accommodations on the French side of St Martin,” St Martin’s tourism agency said in a statement. “They are ready and waiting for you — you have been missed.” St Martin


Iceland to Open Borders to All Vaccinated Travellers

Iceland’s Justice Minister just announced that the country will open its borders to travellers from outside Europe who have been vaccinated against COVID-19. According to current regulations, Iceland’s borders are closed to all travellers outside the Schengen Area, EEA, EFTA, and EU, regardless of their vaccination status. Justice Minister Áslaug Arna Sigurbjörnsdóttir stated the change would take effect this week.

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