Hopes are back as the tourism re-opens

It has been rightly said that “Nothing is permanent”. And so is true in the current prevailing pandemic situation. We have struggled in the last three months badly due to the spread of Coronavirus being lockdown in our homes, for the sake of our safety! But now the things are on the rebound mode. And tourism sector is not an exception to it. Good news has started coming in. Flights have touching the skies (though only domestic at the moment), airports are welcoming you with all the safety, hotels are announcing the reopening with all the safety guidelines and tourism boards are also all set to welcome you back again.

– Dubai is going to reopen for international tourists on 7th July and of course with some guidelines like tourists to present recent Covid-19 PCR test negative certificate; thermal screenings upon arrivals, health declaration form to be filled. Tourists must also download the COVID-19 DXB app and register their details.

– Turkey has already opened its doors for the international tourists in June. The Covid-19 test is being conducted free of charge upon arrival and if it comes out positive, the traveller will referred to a hospital, and not deported. Even Turkey Visa Application Centre in New Delhi is now accepting both short and long stay applications with strict health and safety guidelines in place.

– Maldives will re-open its borders for international tourists on 15th July. Resorts, Liveaboards and hotels located at uninhabited islands will be open from 15th July, while, guest houses and hotels located at inhabited islands will be open from 1st Aug. As per their health guidelines, tourists are not required to pay an additional fee, produce a certificate or test result indicative of negative status for COVID-19 prior to entry into Maldives. One can find detailed guidelines at bit.ly/2B5OMqa

– Disneyland Paris has announced a phased reopening of the resort starting with the Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney’s Newport Bay Club Hotel and Disney Village as of 15 July 2020. The reopening is in line with guidance from French government and health authorities. As Disneyland Paris welcomes guests back to the magic with a limited number of tickets available each day during the initial reopening, a new online reservation system will be available in early July.

– Sri Lanka is also in the news for reopening, likely to be in August with safety guidelines.

As the things gradually turning out a bit normal, tourism is all set to welcome you back. So if you want to plan a future travel, want to know exciting itineraries with safety parameters, you may contact us at www.gtktravels.com

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