The way the Corona epidemic had taken the whole world including India, it resulted in the complete collapse of the tourism industry. People were imprisoned in their homes for about two years. But the way Corona is slowly getting weaker. Now there is hope among the people traveling that now the country can travel abroad. Meanwhile, there is a great news for those traveling abroad that now Indians can travel to these countries with certain conditions.
Dubai Emirates airline has eased travel restrictions for its residents coming from many other countries including India. However, it is mandatory for such people to take both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine approved by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). According to the news of Gulf News, such travelers coming to Dubai from India will only need a valid visa. According to the report, the four vaccines that the UAE government has recognized include Sinopharma, Pfizer-Biontech, Sputnik-V and Oxford-AstraZeneca.
Russia is the largest country in the world. You can refresh your mood by visiting Russia and seeing Moscow and St. Petersburg. Apart from this, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Lenin’s Tomb and the Kremlin are among the biggest attractions of Moscow. Passengers entering the federation must have a negative COVID RT-PCR test report not exceeding 72 hours prior to arrival. The cost of Delhi-Moscow flight will be around Rs 36,000 per person.
Serbia is also open to Indian travelers. Very few flights are available between Mumbai and Belgrade. The Church of St. Sava in Serbia, the house on Drina, the Studenica Monastery and the Subotica City Hall are worth a visit. Passengers will have to carry negative RT-PCR test report 48 hours before departure. However, these conditions will not apply to passengers below the age of 12 years.
A travel company, KFT is offering luxury charters from Mumbai to Reykjavik for fully vaccinated Indians. A valid Schengen visa is mandatory. The package options include Rs 58,000 for single and Rs 98,000 for couple. A valid vaccination certificate and negative PCR test report on arrival is mandatory. On landing there, passengers will have to undergo a COVID-19 screening test.
Any Indian citizen destined for any country in Africa and holder of a valid visa can travel to Rwanda. Here one can go for Shanada Safari located in Akagera National Park, Gorilla Trekking in Volcanoes National Park and Kigali Genocide Memorial. All passengers arriving in Rwanda must complete the Passenger Locator Form and upload their negative COVID-19 test report to www.rbc.gov.rw prior to arrival.
Any Indian national holding a fixed and valid visa for CIS countries (except Russia) is eligible to travel to Uzbekistan. Passengers will have to carry a negative RT-PCR test report 72 hours before their arrival in the country. Travelers going here are required to quarantine or self-isolate for 14 days.
Indians can also visit Egypt. Health checks will be done upon arrival in Egypt, and all travelers are required to fill out a health declaration form. From August 15, all passengers will have to submit a negative RT-PCR test report, which is not older than 72 hours.
Any Indian citizen and holder of a valid visa can visit Ethiopia. Be sure to visit the rock-cut churches of Lalibela. A negative RT-PCR test report is mandatory. The validity of the certificate should not exceed 120 hours upon arrival from the date of delivery of the sample. Self-declaration form to be filled at airport exit.
Travel is open to Indian nationals holding any valid visa from Afghanistan. Travelers going here need not carry RT-PCR test certificate. However, they are urged to self-quarantine at home for 14 days upon arrival.
Mauritius will open to international travelers from July 15, 2021. During the first phase (July 15 to September 30, 2021), vaccinated passengers will be allowed. You will get complete details on www.mauritiusnow.com. Vaccination passengers will be allowed entry with negative RT-PCR report up to 72 hours before departure.
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