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.
St Kitts and Nevis to Reopen Its Borders in October
St Kitts and Nevis is planning to reopen its borders for international tourism, according to Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris. Harris said the twin-island federation expected to reopen its borders in October, allowing for the resumption of air and sea commercial traffic carrying international passengers.
Thailand general tourism closed until March 2021
Minister for Sports and Tourism, Pipat Ratchakitprakan, has announced that Thailand’s tourism is close until the second quarter of next year. This means that other tourist visas, such as e-Visa and visa-on-arrival, apart from the new TR and STV visa will still be on hold for now. This move thwarted the hopes of a turnaround in the tourism industry for the 2020/2021 high season.