Several nations now allow foreign Indian tourists to enter on tourist visas. On the other hand tourists will be required to follow safety standards and limitations.
After a long battle with the devastating second wave of COVID-19, several nations have opened their doors to Indian travellers as coronavirus infections continue to fall in India. So, lads, it’s time to pack our bags and fly off to our favourite destination!
Many Indian states have abolished the requirement for an RT-PCR COVID negative report for entrance as the second wave of COVID-19 weakens. In addition, several nations now allow foreign Indian tourists to enter on tourist visas. Tourists, on the other hand, will be required to follow safety standards and limitations.
Russia has finally opened its borders to Indians, but there are still a few procedures to follow before visiting the country. The traveller will require an invitation from a government-approved tourism operator to enter Russia. The visitor must apply for a single-entry or double-entry tourist visa that is valid for up to 30 days. The test must be taken within 72 hours of arrival. Passengers will also be subjected to an on-the-spot exam when they arrive. Those who test positive for COVID will be sent to a COVID test center.
Indian visitors to Turkey will now be required to undergo a 14-day institutional quarantine. They’ll have to take a COVID test when the quarantine period is up. They will be allowed to leave the quarantine centre if they test negative. Ticket costs in Turkey are also higher than usual at the moment. Turkey Allows Non-Vaccinated Indian Travellers to Enter; Mandatory Quarantine.
Travellers arriving in Egypt from countries where Delta COVID-19 variations have been detected, such as India, would be subjected to a quick test. For immigration into the nation, visitors must take a 15-minute DNA test known as ID NOW.
Iceland has officially made its doors open to vaccinated visitors. You can now enter Iceland if you can provide confirmation that you have had two shots of any of the government approved vaccines, including AstraZeneca’s Covishield. On arrival, you should have a valid vaccination certificate as well as a negative PCR test.
5. The UK
Although India is on the UK’s red list, you can enter the UK from India if you spend 10 days or more in Iceland. To put it another way, if you have a tourist visa, you must first travel to Iceland, stay for 10 days, and then return to the UK.