Need a break badly from the worst times of your life being at home? Well, here is some ray of hope as the worst second wave of the coronavirus pandemic seems to be coming to an end and slowly many countries outside India are welcoming Indians by easing their travel restrictions. You would be surprised to know that even when India was struggling with the peak of the coronavirus crisis, Russia and Serbia didn’t close their doors for people coming from India.
So, as now cases of coronavirus are decreasing in the country, you get that much-awaited holiday to a foreign location by exploring any of the following places.
1) Mauritius plans to open up for international tourism from 15 July 2021. One can visit the official website to understand the pre-approved coronavirus safe resorts at www.mauritiusnow.com. Please note that only vaccinated travelers will be allowed to enjoy a resort holiday during the first phase of tourism relaxation which is from 15 July to 30 September 2021.
2) Afghanistan has been opened up for Indians having a valid visa. Visas are issued after getting approval from the embassy and the mission is suggesting travelers to not plan for visiting Kabul as the coronavirus situation is not good in Afghanistan. People who arrive in the country don’t have the need to carry an RT-PCR test certificate but they are expected to self-quarantine at home for 14 days after reaching the destination.
3) Egypt has started for travelers from India to open up its tourism but flights may be challenging to get. You can check for Cairo and other surrounding places as they are quite relaxed in terms of travel restrictions than other parts of the Egyptian country. Travelers will have to show a negative RT-PCR test which is not older than 72 hours. Also, they will have to fill up a health declaration form at the airport arrivals.