HAITI REOPENING FOR TOURISM – ALL COUNTRIES WELCOME
Haiti has officially reopened its borders for tourism and has resumed international commercial flights to and from the island. Haiti first shut its borders on March 19 after the government announced the state of emergency to help curb the spread of the virus. On July 27th, the Prime Minister of Haiti lifted the state of emergency and the nation is slowly reopening for tourism once again.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: COVID-19 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELERS
With over 6 million international visits a year, the Dominican Republic is the most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean. Known for its white sand beaches, tropical climate and beautiful resorts, the country is a top choice for American and Canadian travelers looking to escape the cold winters of North America.
PERU REOPENING FOR INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS ON OCTOBER 5
Peru officially reopened borders for international flights on October 5th, following the formal announcement made by President Martín Vizcarra on Friday, September 25th. Phase 4 of Peru’s economic reactivation plan started allowing: “The transport of passengers by rail, maritime and air transport is being authorized from Oct. 5