We are here to help! Borders are opening and travel has cautiously restarted. With this new beginning, new travel requirements have been implemented. At first glance these regulations seem daunting, but there is a way to break them down and make them less overwhelming.
Before You Go
There has never been a more critical time to work with a Travel Advisor. The situation is still fluid, and you need someone in your corner as there is the possibility of changes. We recommend flying as directly as you can and to build some flexibility into your itinerary.
For most countries that allow fully vaccinated travellers, without quarantine requirements, the protocol is:
1. Have proof of vaccination. We recommend printing out a couple of copies of your vaccination record as well has having digital copies.
2. Pre-arrival registration via either a government website or app.
3. Pre-arrival negative test. This is the most varied requirement. For example, some European countries require it and others don’t.
To find out the specific requirement of the country you want to visit, use our Travel Information Portal found here.
While in Destination
Even within a country, different regions might have different protocols for mask and vaccine requirements for different activities such as dinning and attractions. Be prepared and bring a number of masks with you and carry both a printed copy of your vaccine certificates as well as digital.
All air passengers travelling to the US require a negative Antigen or PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival. This includes vaccinated and non-vaccinated Americans.
For more information, please speak with your Direct Travel Advisor.