International Tourists are not permitted to enter India. For all international travellers except travellers coming through flights originating from United Kingdom, Europe, and Middle East. Which visa categories are allowed to enter India for travelers from non-restricted countries ? Only Employment and Project visa are allowed. Other categories of visas including visa free travel facility granted to OCI Card holders stands suspended. Planning for Travel All travellers should :
To ensure entry travelers must present: :
Monitoring of Hotel Quarantine compliance by MoCTCA, NTB & Nepal Police daily Passengers with complete COVID-19 vaccination certificates are allowed Home Quarantine for 10 days.
The passengers staying in hotel quarantine are required to take. A PCR test on the 7 day of their arrival and if the result is negative, they must continue the quarantine at home for four more days under the monitoring of the concerned local authorities. The passengers staying in self/home quarantine are required to do RT-PCR Test on the 1st day of their arrival.
The Government of Maldives will resume the issuing of on arrival tourist visas from July 15 2020. There is NO mandatory quarantine on arrival to the Maldives. For non-tourist visitors travelling to an inhabited island, you are required to undergo self-quarantine of 14 days upon arrival at the island.
Tourists must have a hotel reservation confirmation for the entire stay in a registered tourist facility. Effective from 26th July 2021 onwards, Tourists intending to check-in or stay at tourist facilities in inhabited islands will be Permitted if; they have completed prescribed dose(s) of a COVID19 vaccine (approved by World Health Organization Emergency Use Listing (EUL) or Maldives Food and Drug Authority), and at least l4 (fourteen) days have passed after the completion of the prescribed dose(s), and hold a negative result for a nucleic acid test (PCR tesQ for COVID- l9 with sample taken at most 96 hours before departure from the first port of embarkation.
Sri Lanka Tourism Chairperson Kimarli Fernando referred to it as a “new concept” developed by the tourism authority — which allows tourists to travel the country in “bio bubbles,” or roving semi-isolated groups that let travelers sightsee without mixing with the local population. The rules apply for the first two weeks of their stay.
Tourists aren’t exactly free to go where they choose. Sri Lanka’s “bio bubbles” allow holidaymakers to move around the island provided they: :