Travelling in Covid

Covid has made travelling difficult, before you can travel you have to think of alot of things, like is it safe? is there a curfew ? how much you will have to spend on covid testing.

Here are a few tips to know before planning a trip

1. Use the ‘Where Can I Go?’ map to schedule your COVID-19 journey.

The conditions for entry change frequently, making it difficult to keep track of the destinations are available to tourists. Fortunately, the map makes it simpler. It is updated daily with the most up-to-date entry and quarantine guidelines. Since it is color-coded, you can tell which destinations are ‘open for business’ at a glance. Simply click on the location you want to visit to see the complete list of restrictions. You will find out how long you have to quarantine, what kind of COVID test you need to carry, and other details right away.

2. Stay up to date on the new coronavirus travel warnings.

Staying updated is the perfect way to book with faith, whether you want to sleep under the stars in the Scottish Highlands or fly off to the Canary Islands for some sun. Always check the local restrictions in the place you want to visit before booking any travel.

The rules can vary depending on where you are. Reading up ahead of time ensures that you will not be caught off guard when you arrive, and it also allows you to assess whether you are comfortable with the limitations. Some countries, for example, can require you to wear a mask even when you are outside. Most countries have a dedicated COVID-19 page on their official tourism board’s website with all the details you need.

3. Look for measures that are adaptable.

On the beach, a woman is doing yoga with the sun shining brightly in the background. Just losing the money you’ve spent on your dream vacation is more disappointing than getting it cancelled. COVID-19, fortunately, has allowed airlines and hotels to be more adaptable.

Some plans allow you to get a full refund if you must cancel at the last minute, and others allow you to reschedule. When it comes to COVID-19 travel, this is the most reassuring factor. When searching with Skyscanner, the Flexible Ticket filter is the fastest way to find the right policies. This reduces the number of providers in your search results to those that are the most accommodating.

All the search results have a direct connection to the airline or hotel’s booking policy, allowing you to read the fine print. It makes major adventures easier to schedule. If you want to take a road trip around Iceland’s popular Ring Road, for example, you don’t have to be concerned about the country being excluded from the travel corridor list. You will either get your money back or go somewhere else.

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