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.
Panama Eases Entry For Vaccinated Travelers
It’s being reported that Panama’s government has relaxed arrival procedures for vaccinated travelers coming into the country. Although the country’s borders have been open with conditions, those with ‘the complete vaccine’ will not have to undergo a swab test on arrival. Instead, arrivals will need to present proof of vaccination. Other sources note that a negative COVID-19 test is required for entry.
French Polynesia, Caribbean Islands Closing Its Borders to All Tourists
French Polynesia and islands in the French Caribbean have closed their borders as new coronavirus variants surge around the world. French Polynesia, which boasts overwater bungalows and brilliant aqua water over 118 Islands, including Tahiti and Bora Bora, will cut off travel from all countries on Feb. 3, according to Tahiti Tourisme.