4 Foreign countries reopen for Indian travellers amid the pandemic
Foreign countries like Mauritius, Maldives, Vietnam and South Korea have declared that they will open the borders for the immunised travellers.
Looks like wandering to new places will soon become normal again as some exotic countries have announced that they are set to reopen their borders for the immunised tourists who have not been vaccinated.
Here is a list of Asian countries where Indians can travel freely:
Mauritius has also opened its doors for tourists on July 15. Visa upon arrival option is also available for Indians. To apply for a visa, one will need a valid return ticket, proof of hotel booking.
Reportedly, Vietnam’s Quang Ninh which is home to UNESCO World Heritage Site Ha Long Bay is decreasing the mandatory quarantine from 21 to 7 days for all vaccinated foreign travellers. The tourists should also carry a negative RT-PCR test report before entering Vietnam.
Even South Korea has relaxed restrictions for tourists travelling from India. They have lifted the mandatory 14-day quarantine for those who have taken both doses of the Covishield vaccine. However, those vaccinated with Covaxin will have to undergo the mandatory quarantine.
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Maldives tourism has declared that it will allow travellers from South Asian countries including India from July 15. However, people travelling to the Maldives from South Asian countries will have to carry a negative COVID-19 PCR test report. Also, the foreign state will restart issuing of on-arrival tourist visas from 15th July.
#Maldives will restart issuing of on arrival tourist visa starting 15th July to tourists travelling from South Asia. Tourists need a negative #PCR result to enter Maldives. Further details will follow accordingly. #VisitMaldives @visitmaldives— Ministry of Tourism (@MoTmv) June 29, 2021