Estonia is Reopen For Tourism – Here’s Who Can Visit
Estonia officially reopened the border for tourism June 1, 2020, starting with select countries within the EU. As of July, Estonia has now reopened for additional third-party countries and has launched their digital nomad visa program. As of mid-2021, Estonia has started allowing unrestricted access to a list of third-party safe countries. Below we have compiled two lists of countries that are currently allowed to visit Estonia. One for EU nations, and the other for third-party countries.
Japan may reopen international travel with ‘vaccine passports'
It’s been a year of cancelled plans, ticket refunds and long-distance video calls, but with the introduction of Covid-19 vaccines, suddenly the trip you’ve been putting off for so long doesn’t seem too far out of reach now. In order to safely resume international travel, places like the US as well as EU countries are in the process of developing a ‘vaccine passport’ system – and Japan is following suit.
Kyrgyzstan Reopening for Tourism: All Entry Requirements
Kyrgyzstan has officially reopened for tourism on August 21, now allowing select countries to once again visit since shutting its borders to foreigners in March. The landlocked country in Central Asia gets around 3 million tourists per year, mostly from neighboring nations, but has a growing adventure travel and eco-tourism sector. Since they are reporting a flattening of the curve and a downward trend in cases,