ICELAND REOPENING FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
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.
Travel to the UK during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go
ince January 18, all travelers entering the UK, including British citizens, must present a negative Covid test taken within 72 hours of arrival. Previously, the borders had been open with no test requirements. This policy was announced on January 8, with an original start date of January 11, then moved to January 15, before being pushed back again.
Bali eyes reopening to international tourists by end of July
Bali aims to reopen the island to foreign tourists by end of July by speeding up vaccination rollout in the place. According to Tourism and Creative Economy minister Sandiaga Uno, the Indonesian government is in talks with different countries like China, South Korea, and Singapore for potential travel bubbles to allow travellers to visit the island.