With the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic reigning in India, some other countries in the world have opened up to travel and are welcoming tourists to enjoy their culture and destinations. These countries have also been through their part of the global pandemic last year, but thankfully they have not faced a second phase.
Wondering which of these destinations can welcome you with open arms? If you are fully vaccinated, you will surely be able to reserve your tickets. Here is a list below.
Thailand has been a popular choice for tourists from all over the world. It will soon reopen in July for those who are fully vaccinated.
If you wish to travel to Greece, you can take your vaccination record and a negative RT-PCR test with you upon arrival. The country will welcome you with open arms as you enjoy its picturesque landscapes, environmental restaurants, and adventure sports.
If you are already vaccinated, you do not need to be tested again once you arrive in Iceland. The proof of vaccination is enough to start and enjoy the beautiful country.
The UK has divided its tourists based on color zones like red, green and amber. This will show the government that tourists require a 7-day quarantine upon arrival. India is currently in the red zone. However, the United Kingdom has opened tourism to the world since May 17.
Malta has increased vaccinations for its residents, being one of the few in Europe to rapidly increase the safety of its citizens. In April, the country announced that it was open to tourism and that it will be willing to pay people to come spend the summer.
Fountain: Times of India