With disruption and changes to travel happening constantly, it is hard to keep up with where you can and can’t go.
We will update this article to keep you up to date with the latest corona virus travel news.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines never officially shut its borders to tourists, but all new arrivals are required to undertake a 14-day quarantine upon entry.
Sweden is a country that never went into full lock down, so hotels, shops, bars, restaurants and some museums are open but gatherings of over 50 remain prohibited. For now, borders are only open to nationals from the UK and EU.
Although England is open to essential travel from abroad, arrivals into the country are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon entry. If visitors cannot provide an address of where they plan to isolate, they will have to stay in accommodation arranged by the government.
The borders of South Korea are open too, however all new arrivals are required to undergo quarantine for 14 days.
Contact us to discuss your travel plans, we are always available to assist with the latest advice on where you can and can not travel.