Don't let the health emergency deprive you of the pleasure of traveling. Before making a reservation, check if the country of destination or your country of origin has implemented travel restrictions, for example if there are entry restrictions, if travel for tourism is allowed to your destination, if it is mandatory to take a swab test or to quarantine upon arrival and return to the homeland.
For this reason, we created this page to guide you in choosing your next trip in total safety. We point out that the information contained herein is updated regularly by covidcontrols.co and it is not subject to verification by Amaka. For this, and since the situation regarding travel restrictions is constantly evolving, we invite you to also consult the government website of your country. For Italy viaggiaresicuri.it.

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countries

Open borders

These countries are open to travelers with no particular formal restrictions on entry. For more precise information, however, we kindly invite you to read the details of eachcountry.

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countries

Partially open

These countries have reopened their borders, with some specific restrictions and with different entry requirements depending on the country of origin, as specified in the details of each country.

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countries

Closed borders

These countries do not allow foreign travelers to enter. In most cases, only citizens returning home or people in other special circumstances can enter.

South Africa
Partially open

General Info
The South African authorities have published COVID-19 guidelines and advice and have introduced a number of measures to limit the spread of the virus. Failure to comply could result in a fine or arrest. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country will remain at Lockdown Level 1. Here are the Level 1 restrictions: The curfew is from midnight to 4am The wearing of masks (covering your nose and mouth) in public is still mandatory, and failure to wear a mask when required remains a criminal offence. Public places such as restaurants, bars and fitness centers will need to close by 11pm to allow their employees to travel home before the start of the curfew. The sale of alcohol is permitted according to the regular license conditions, but may not be sold during curfew hours. Alcohol consumption remains prohibited in public spaces. Gatherings: No more than 750 people may gather indoors and no more than 2000 people may gather outdoors. Where the venue is too small to accommodate these numbers with appropriate social distancing, then no more than 50% of the capacity of the venue may be used. Safety protocols must be observed at gatherings, including maintaining a social distance of 1.5 meters between people. Funerals are restricted to a maximum of 100 people. There is a 2-hour limit on funeral services. Night vigils and post-funeral gatherings will not be allowed. Sanitise /wash your hands with soap regularly, social distance 1.5 meters from others. Avoid crowded or closed spaces. Public transportation in South Africa is operating. Non-essential businesses and attractions in South Africa are open until 23:00, with capacity limitations and health protocols in place. Large gatherings are banned. Wearing face masks is required in public places and on public transportation.

Touristic Info
Flights to South Africa has resumed from all countries, and land borders are open. Persons entering South Africa must provide a paper copy of a negative a COVID-19 test result taken no more than 72 hours before departure for the country; those failing to do so will be tested on arrival at their own expense. Individuals that test positive are subject to quarantine. All arrivals must complete a registration form (https://sa-covid-19-travel.info/) before traveling.

Events
No more than 750 people may gather indoors and no more than 2000 people may gather outdoors.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Partially Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Botswana
Open borders

General Info
Botswana exited the State of Emergency as of October 1, 2021. -Suspension for all gatherings have been lifted but safety protocols remain (wearing of masks, social distancing and frequent sanitizing. -Funeral services are permitted, with normal safety protocols. -Religious services may be held with safety protocols. -Weddings may be held following safety protocols. -Cultural or traditional occasions have also resumed with safety protocols being adhered to. -Meetings or workshops have been resumed with the host ensuring safety measures are in-place. -Restaurants may operate at full capacity within the confines of their trading licenses. -All sports and recreational activities have resumed. -Alcohol sales and consumption is now allowed. -All schools have been opened and follow safety protocols.

Touristic Info
Airports in Gaborone (GBE), Kasane (BBK) and Maun (MUB) reopened. You must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test not older than 72 hours from your time of departure from your country of origin. After arrival, you will have to remain in contact with the local health authority for a period of 14 days for self-monitoring. At Botswana border points, all travellers, including children, will be required to undergo an additional cost-free COVID-19 test to gain entry to Botswana. If the test is positive or you show COVID-19 symptoms, you may need to undergo 14 days isolation or quarantine at your own expense.

Events
Events of more allowed but wearing of masks, social distancing, and frequent sanitizing is mandatory

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Namibia
Open borders

General Info
the Government of Namibia has implemented the following restrictions in response to the pandemic: closure of most land borders for tourism purposes (Only Katima Mulilo, Ariamsvlei, and Noordoewer border posts and Walvis Bay Harbour can be used for tourist entries by land and sea). The number of attendees at public gatherings allowed have been adjusted to 150 people.  Organizers must ensure that hand sanitizer is available, face masks are used, and social distancing is practiced. Contact sport is allowed, with up to 150 spectators. Grocery stores remain well-stocked. A nationwide curfew is in place between 11:00 pm and 4:00 am daily. Sale of alcohol is restricted from 09:00 am to 22:00 pm from Monday to Friday. And from 09:00 am to 13:00 pm on Saturdays. No sale of alcohol is allowed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Liquor may only be sold to and purchased on Sundays and public holidays by guests booked in or staying at establishments such as hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfast facilities and casinos. It is not mandatory for children ages 0 to 5 years to wear masks at school. Salons, beauty parlours, hairdressers, pools, spas, gyms, studios, and fitness canters shall practice public health measures. Both the service providers and clients must wear masks, sanitize, and maintain social distancing. Vulnerable persons are advised to stay at home, except for attending to essential needs. t is not mandatory for children ages 0 to 5 years to wear masks at school.

Touristic Info
International flights to Namibia have now resumed. Only test results obtained from the Trusted Travel Platform or verified on the Global Haven system will be valid for entry into Namibia. Travelers who arrived without a test result or with a result outside the outlined period will be subject to quarantine and a test. Travelers will remain in quarantine until negative test results are returned. Returning citizens and permanent residents that have a certified de-isolation (successful quarantine) from the government of the country of departure will not be subject to quarantine. Travel for tourism via land or sea is limited to select ports of entry, including the Katima Mulilo, Ariamsvlei, and Noordoewer border posts and Walvis Bay Harbor.

Events
The number of attendees at public gatherings allowed are 200 people

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Zambia
Open borders

General Info
Wearing face masks is required in all public places. Churches may operate as normal. Employees may return to work in person at offices.

Touristic Info
Commercial flights are operating, and international air and land borders are open. All travellers to Zambia must produce evidence of a PCR COVID-19 negative test taken in the 72 hours prior to departure from the country of origin. Travellers to Zambia are encouraged to be fully vaccinated but this is not mandatory. Anyone entering Zambia with a body temperature equal to, or above 38.0 C will be tested for COVID-19 on arrival, as will anyone with COVID-19 related symptoms. Any other arrivals may be randomly selected for testing. These tests are in addition to the requirement for visitors to show proof that they have tested negative for COVID-19 in the 72 hours prior to departure from the country of origin. If your body temperature is equal to, or above 38.0, or you have a COVID-19 related symptom (a cough, shortness of breath, a headache, loss of taste or smell, or a sore throat), you will be tested and taken to either your home or a government facility for treatment and quarantine until your tests results are known.

Events
Public events and in-person conferences may resume.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Mozambique
Open borders

General Info
Mandatory curfew in Maputo, provincial capitals, municipalities and towns throughout Mozambique is from midnight to 4:00 am. Pre-school classes are authorized throughout the country. Hospital visits are extended to two visitors per patient per day. Opening of public swimming pools is authorized, not exceeding 50% of maximum capacity. Opening of theaters, cinemas, game rooms, cultural centers, auditoriums and similar institutions, not exceeding 40% of maximum capacity

Touristic Info
Entry to Mozambique is allowed to all travellers with a valid tourist, business or residency visa. The issuing of border visas for tourism purposes has now resumed. Travelers arriving in Mozambique must: Present a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 72 hours before departure. The test must have been issued in the departure country. Travelers will not have to quarantine when presenting a valid negative test result.

Events
The number of participants in private social events must not exceed 50 in closed spaces and 100 people in open spaces and must not exceed 30% of the site’s maximum capacity. Multipurpose and large gyms must not exceed 50% of maximum capacity and medium-sized gyms must not exceed 30% of capacity. The number of participants in places of worship must not exceed 100 closed spaces and 250 people in open places, not exceeding 50% of maximum capacity. Increase in the number of attendees permitted at meetings in public and private institutions with a maximum of 100 in closed spaces and 250 people in open spaces, not exceeding 50% of the site capacity.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Tanzania
Open borders

General Info
There are no restrictions on public gatherings or services. Some hotels, bars and restaurants remain closed for the time being. You should continue to practice measures recommended by PHE such as hand washing and social distancing.

Touristic Info
International flights have now resumed. Travellers should be prepared for unexpected travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice. All passengers arriving in Tanzania will be required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate upon arrival. The test should be taken within 72 hours of arrival in Tanzania. All passengers travelling to Tanzania must complete an online Traveller’s Surveillance Form. This form must be submitted no more than 24 hours before arrival. All passengers entering Tanzania will be subjected to enhanced screening for COVID-19 including a mandatory rapid test. The cost for rapid testing is 25 USD per traveller which must be paid in cash on arrival. The Government of Tanzania is also implementing temperature scanning for all international passengers arriving into Tanzania. If you test positive for COVID-19 on arrival, you will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.

Events
There are no restrictions on public gatherings or services. practice of measures recommended by PHE such as hand washing and social distancing is necessary.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Fully Open
Events: Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Kenya
Open borders

General Info
The curfew was lifted on 20 October. Public transport in Kenya is now able to operate at full capacity. Restaurants and eateries may open to customers, provided they comply with Government of Kenya public health protocols including social distancing. All public and political gatherings are prohibited. The maximum number of persons permitted to attend funerals has been capped at 50, with all in attendance expected to abide by Ministry of Health protocols. Kenyan citizens have been advised to avoid crowded places and to work remotely where possible.

Touristic Info
Kenyan borders are now open. Foreigners who would like to visit the country can easily apply for a Kenya visa. Travelers have 3 months to enter the country from the date of issue. All passengers must comply with the following requirements: -Take a PCR test before traveling to Kenya and test negative for COVID-19 -Present a health certificate confirming the above test -Complete the “Travelers Health Surveillance Form” -Submit to medical screening upon arrival in Kenya -Undergo quarantine if necessary All passengers must present a medical certificate verifying that they tested negative for coronavirus before coming to Kenya. Foreign visitors should take the PCR test 96 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. Passengers do not have to quarantine upon arrival in Kenya as long as they: -Do not have a body temperature above 37.5°C (99.5°F) -Do not have a persistent cough, difficulty breathing, or other flu-like symptoms -Have a negative PCR-based COVID-19 test conducted within 96 hours before travel" All travelers who wish to visit Kenya must complete an online registration form before departure. The “Travelers Health Surveillance Form” (https://www.kenyanevisa.com/travelers-health-surveillance-form/) requires that each traveler provides information about the status of their health, including if they have experienced any COVID-19 symptoms. If you need to apply for a Kenyan evisa you can obtain the Travelers Health Surveillance Form while submitting your evisa application.

Events
Events of more than 50 people banned.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Uganda
Open borders

General Info
A nationwide curfew is enforced from 7:00 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Note that arriving and departing airline passengers will be exempt from curfew restrictions when their flights take place during curfew hours.  However, drivers should have with them documentary evidence of their connection to passengers arriving at or departing from the airport in order to facilitate passage through police checkpoints enforcing the nationwide curfew. COVID restrictions relating to the operation of businesses, schools, and places of worship may change with little notice.  Consult official Ugandan government sources for the most up-to-date information. Public transportation may operate at 50% capacity observing SOPs.  Private interdistrict transport is permitted with no more than three passengers in a vehicle.  Cargo trucks (with no more than two people) and registered tourist vehicles will be permitted to move between districts. When in public, wearing of masks is required and individuals are expected to maintain social distancing at all times. 

Touristic Info
Uganda's air and land borders are open for international travel. All arriving passengers are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test certificate issued no more than 72 hours before boarding the aircraft to Uganda or crossing land borders. Foreign nationals without a valid negative test certificate will be denied entry. Children aged three and under are exempt when accompanying parents arrive with a negative test certificate. From 27 October 2021 all travellers arriving at Entebbe International Airport will be subjected to a COVID PCR test on arrival. The only exemptions are children below 6 years old and airlines crew with evidence of full COVID-19 vaccinations. Travellers will be tested at the airport and charged USD 30 which is payable by card, cash, online or mobile money. Arriving tourists who test positive but are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms will be permitted to isolate in a designated hotel. Other travellers will be transferred to a public or private hospital, treatment in a public hospital will be free of charge, if travellers opt for a private hospital they will need to pay.

Events
Events of more than 200 people banned

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Ethiopia
Open borders

General Info
Government directives to help limit the spread of COVID-19 currently include: Any person known to be infected with coronavirus is prohibited from entering the country, mixing or meeting with other people in any way that may spread the virus Gatherings (including religious gatherings, weddings and funerals) are limited to 50 people. Gatherings of over 50 people must be authorised by the relevant authority. Organisers and participants must comply with all measures outlined in the Ministry of Health Directive, from page 20. Personal in-home gatherings such as birthday parties may only include family members. Deliberate physical contact is banned, including greetings by handshake Wearing of face masks is mandatory in all public places (except for children under 6 years or those with a relevant provable condition) Individuals will be expected to ensure that they are 2 adult strides apart at all times Schools, universities and daycare centres are banned from operating until appropriate safety measures are agreed Any person that suspects they have COVID-19 must report to the Ministry of Health or Ethiopian Public Health Institute (call 8335 or 952) to be tested All sectors and businesses (including hotels, cinemas, tour operators) must provide necessary sanitising material and information to customers and staff, maintain 2 strides distance where appropriate and maintain the cleanliness of their premises. Cafes, bars and restaurants are limited to serving three people per table. Occupancy limits are in place for nightclubs as well as rules on no contact. Sports may take place in compliance with coronavirus measures, but no spectators are allowed apart from participants Visits to care homes for the elderly are prohibited. Visits to prisons must comply with coronavirus measures Public transport providers must comply with relevant coronavirus measures, including reduced passenger loads, mask-wearing and ventilation

Touristic Info
It is possible to travel to Ethiopia by air and land borders are also open. Effective 15th of November 2021, passengers arriving and departing to and from Ethiopia are recommended to use the PanaBIOS electronic System to verify their negative COVID-19 certificate in line with the Africa CDC Trusted Travel electronic verification rules and guidelines available here: https://africacdc.org/trusted-travel/ All passenger above the age of ten, except transit passenger shall bring a certificate of negative RT PCR test done up to 120 hours or five days before arriving in Ethiopia and has a duty to self-quarantine at home for seven days. The certificate validity shouldn’t exceed 120 hours on arrival from the date sample is given. Notwithstanding the provisions under item No.1 above, the traveler shall not be required to remain in isolation for 7 days if he has a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 within 90 days or if he has completed the COVID-19 vaccine in full and provides evidence or if the passenger is a diplomat.; Without prejudice to provisions item No. 1 above, if the passenger is a tourist or a passenger who comes to attend a conference for an emergency shall not be required to isolate himself for 7 days when tested for Covid-19 (PCR or Antigen-Based RDT test) and when the result is negative. All Diplomatic and Service (including United Nations and African Union) passport holders, including their immediate families, are advised but not required to have a certificate of negative PCR-COVID-19 test before arrival to Ethiopia. However, a diplomat who doesn’t avail a negative RT PCR Covid-19 test result shall not be required to isolate himself for 7 days if the on-arrival RT PCR or Antigen-Based RDT COVI-19 test is negative. If he refuses to get a COVID-19 test on arrival, he/she will have to isolate himself for 14 days. Any person who is coronavirus positive is prohibited from entering the country. Transit/layover passengers who goes to the designated Hotels, are required to self-quarantine at the hotel until their next flight. Returnees coming through international airports of the country shall be made to bring a certificate of negative RT PCR test from the country they are coming from done up to 120 hours or 5 days before arrival; If the returnee does not bring a certificate of negative RT PCR test from the country, he/she is coming from done up to 120 hours or 5 days before arrival, he/she has the duty to give sample of RT PCR or Antigen-Based RDT test; Rapid diagnostic test (RDT antibody test) will not be accepted. The RT-PCR test result certificate for COVID-19 for a test taken in Ethiopia is not allowed for travel back/re-entry into Ethiopia. The negative RT-PCR test certificate required to be presented before boarding a flight to Ethiopia must be a test taken at departure country.

Events
Events of more than 50 people banned.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Morocco
Closed borders

General Info
The Government of Morocco has put into place “Health State of Emergency.” There is nationwide curfew between the hours of 11:00 PM and 5:00 AM. Individuals must have an exceptional authorization from local authorities to travel during the curfew. A national mask mandate remains in place throughout the country. Effective October 1, shops, restaurants, cafes, gyms, and hammams may operate at 50% capacity. Effective October 21, 2021, the Moroccan government requires proof of vaccination to enter most private and public establishments, including hotels, restaurants, cafes, gyms, hammams, grocery stores, and public modes of transportation.

Touristic Info
Effective 11:59 PM on Monday, November 29, Morocco has suspended all regular passenger flights in and out of Morocco until end of January. Once Morocco allows passenger flights to resume: The Government of Morocco classifies countries into Lists A, B, and C. The lists are published on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website (www.maec.gov.ma) and the Ministry of Health’s website (www.sante.gov.ma). Passengers arriving from countries on List A must present proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Travelers from List B countries, which includes those simply transiting a List B country, must be fully vaccinated AND present a negative PCR test administered within 48 hours of the date entering Morocco. Children under age 12 are exempt from vaccine and PCR testing requirements. Additionally, travelers may be randomly selected to undergo testing on arrival and arriving passenger who tests positive on arrival will not be able to enter the country. Travelers from List C countries are not permitted to enter Morocco.

Events
Events of more than 2 people banned

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Banned
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Egypt
Open borders

General Info
Mosques have been open for daily prayers with the exception of Friday prayers. A ban on funerals and marriage ceremonies remains in place. Clubs, coffee shops, and restaurants have reopened with preventative measures in place. Hotels are able to open at 25% capacity. Cinemas and theatres are allowed to reopen at a maximum seating capacity of 25% allowed

Touristic Info
The international airport has reopened. The flight suspension with Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe has been lifted. Foreigners can cross the border as long as they meet the Egypt COVID-19 entry requirements. The Egyptian government is now issuing visas. Visitors from eligible countries should apply for an Egypt eVisa (https://www.egyptonlinevisa.com/application-form/) online to enter the country. Children under the age of 6 are also exempt from this entry requirement. Passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate stating full vaccination at least 14 days before travel are exempt from testing. As a safety measure, overseas visitors traveling to Egypt during the pandemic must present a printed negative PCR test certificate on arrival. The test must be based on a nasal or oral swab and the certificate issued by an approved laboratory. Certificates are accepted in Arabic or English. The coronavirus test medical certificate has to be issued no more than 72 hours before the flight to Egypt. However, when arriving from Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Ecuador, France (Paris), Germany (Frankfurt), Guyana, Italy (Rome), Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Thailand, the USA, the UK (London Heathrow), Uruguay, or Venezuela, the test and certificate extends to 96 hours. -Passengers who arrive from any of the following countries are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test on arrival in Egypt: Argentina, Bangladesh, Belize, Bhutan, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, India, Mexico, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela, or Vietnam. -Passengers on direct flights to any of the airports listed below will be required to take a PCR test on arrival if they fail to obtain the medical certificate before departure: -Hurghada https://www.egyptonlinevisa.com/guide-to-hurghada/ (HRG) -Marsa Alam (RMF) -Sharm El Sheikh https://www.egyptonlinevisa.com/guide-to-sharm-el-sheikh/ (SSH) -Tabahttps://www.egyptonlinevisa.com/visit-egypt-and-israel/ (TCP) Travelers who have the test on arrival should stay in their hotel room until they receive the result. Individuals are generally notified of the result in 12 to 24 hours. In case of a positive result, self-isolation for 14 days is mandatory. The cost of this test is covered by the traveler. A proof of health insurance must also be shown.

Events
Events of 25% capacity allowed.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: No
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: No;


Rwanda
Open borders

General Info
Movements nationwide are prohibited between 10pm and 4am. Night clubs remain suspended, as well as live band entertainment in other venues.

Touristic Info
Rwanda Is Open for Tourism. All travellers arriving in Rwanda must have a negative COVID-19 certificate. The only accepted test is a SARS-CoV 2 Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) performed within 72 hours prior to departure (meaning travellers must be tested and get results within 3 days of their first flight). Other tests, such as Rapid Diagnostics Tests (RDTs), are not accepted. A COVID-19 test is not mandatory for accompanied children under 5 years. All travellers arriving or transiting for more than 12 hours through Rwanda will be screened upon entry and take a RT-PCR test on arrival, at their own cost. Up to 10 January 2022, all arriving passengers must quarantine for 3 days in a designated hotel, at their own expense. A list of designated hotels can be found on the Rwanda Biomedical Centre website (https://bit.ly/3zGeoUw). Passengers must then take a further PCR test at a designated testing site, at their own expense, on day 3 and day 7 from the arrival date. There are some exemptions to the 3 day quarantine requirement for tourists visiting national parks. Details can be found on the Twitter account for the Rwanda Development Board (https://bit.ly/3t65RsS). Taking effect on 10 January 2022, all arriving passengers must quarantine for 24 hours in a designated hotel at their own expense, and take a further PCR test on day 3 from arrival date. All travellers arriving in Rwanda must complete the passenger locator form (https://travel.rbc.gov.rw/travel/) and upload the COVID-19 test certificate before heading to the airport.

Events
Events of more than 20 people banned

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Yes
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Closed
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Mauritius
Partially open

General Info
Mauritian authorities announced some additional restrictions in public areas. Social distancing and wearing of face masks in public remains mandatory. All schools are closed, although crèches remain open. fitness centres and cinemas are open to fully vaccinated people only

Touristic Info
Mauritius has opened its borders for travelers, under strict protocols, and some domestic restrictions are being lifted. Mauritius l suspend all flights from South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Lesotho from Monday until 31 January 2022. Vaccinated Guests -Full opening of the island! -You must be fully vaccinated to freely explore our island and its attractions throughout your holiday -It is mandatory to arrange COVID-19 insurance health cover (Mauritian citizens, resident permit holders and occupational permit holders are exempted) -You must present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours from your last point of embarkation -COVID-19 testing will be required upon arrival (day 0) and on day 5 of your stay Unvaccinated guests must book a 14-night quarantine stay in an official quarantine hotel. -To enter Mauritius, you must present a negative PCR test 72 hours from the last point of embarkation. -You must book a 14-night quarantine stay in an official quarantine hotel, including meals and transfers. -All travellers must fill out the health forms before or during your flight to Mauritius. These include the passenger locator form , the health self-declaration form and the health laboratory form. You will need to hand these completed forms to immigration and health officials on arrival at Mauritius airport. -You will be required to stay in your hotel room for 14 nights and meals will be delivered to your room -You will have a PCR test on arrival (day 0), day 7 and day 14 of your stay -The cost for all three PCR tests will be Rs12,000 -After a negative PCR test on day 14, you can freely explore the island and move to new accommodation or go home

Events
Events of more than 50 people banned. Places of worship can only accommodate 10 people.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Partially Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Closed
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Yes;


Madagascar
Partially open

General Info
On 3 September 2021, the Government of Madagascar lifted the national Health State of Emergency which had been in place since March 2021. Additional measures have been in place since 15 December in the three regions with the highest rates of COVID-19 transmission: Analamanga (which includes the capital Antananarivo), Vakinakaratra and Haute Matsiatra. In these regions, face masks and one metre social distancing are recommended in closed spaces and areas with many people

Touristic Info
Entry is limited to diplomats, technicians working in strategic sectors, and civil servants with special travel orders. Negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry. Health screening procedures in place at airports and other ports of entry. Anyone arriving to Madagascar will be tested, and required to quarantine for up to 5 days until results are available. The previous policy of allowing free visa extensions has ended. Currently, those on tourist visas must purchase a ticket to depart Madagascar and then go to the Immigration Office or Ivato Airport to get a stamp allowing them to remain until their return ticket date. Only Air France currently flies extraordinary flights to depart Madagascar. Please contact Air France to obtain a ticket.

Events
Public gatherings outdoor are prohibited and indoor gatherings cannot exceed 100 people.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Partially Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Yes;


Seychelles
Partially open

General Info
The Government of Seychelles has introduced new restrictions on the use of public spaces and services, following an increase in the number of coronavirus cases in Seychelles. These measures will remain in place until further notice. A nationwide curfew is in place from 11pm to 4am. You should not travel outside your accommodation between these times without authorisation. Restrictions on movement are reviewed regularly. House parties are not permitted and no gatherings of more than four persons, indoors or outdoors, including on beaches and in public places, are allowed. All shops, bars and casinos will close at 7pm until further notice.

Touristic Info
Commercial flights are allowed to arrive in the Seychelles. With immediate effect, Seychelles will be welcoming all visitors from any part of the world as long as they have had a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure for Seychelles. See the full governmental press release here https://bit.ly/3ykYopl. No quarantine will be necessary however there are still restrictions: Travelers require a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure. Health Travel Authorization is required. Travelers must have travel insurance that covers COVID-19 related care. Travelers who have been in South Africa, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Brazil within the 14 days preceding arrival are not permitted entry. See the full details, dated May 27, from the Seychelles government http://www.health.gov.sc/index.php/covid-19/guidelines/.

Events
Gatherings of more than 4 people banned.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Partially Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Tunisia
Open borders

General Info
From 13 January, the Tunisian authorities will enforce a night curfew. Between the hours of 10pm and 5am you will not be allowed to leave your residence or accommodation, except in an emergency. These measures will be in place for two weeks, and may be extended. The Tunisian authorities have announced that wearing a face mask in public places and on public transport is mandatory. Failure to wear a mask may result in a fine or imprisonment.

Touristic Info
Tunisia Has Reopened Borders For Tourism. A traveler’s nationality determines the documents required to visit the country. Tunisia’s visa policy requires passport holders from some nations to obtain a visa to enter its territory. Passengers eligible to travel to Tunisia must have a confirmed quarantine hotel reservation for at least 10 days. This does not apply to: -Diplomatic passport holders traveling on duty -Passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing full vaccination that has a QR code All overseas visitors must present evidence of a negative PCR test carried out no more than 72 hours before departure (120 hours before arriving in Tunisia). It should have a QR code or be issued by a competent authority. The test date should be clearly shown, and the certificate must be in Arabic, English, or French. Passengers who have been vaccinated and those who have a recovery certificate also require a PCR test to enter Tunisia. Children under the age of 12 are exempt. Passengers are required to complete an online Health Declaration Form (https://bit.ly/3vKOKfh) for Tunisia before departure. After submitting the E7mi form (https://www.visatunisia.com/travel-health-declaration/) for Tunisia, travelers receive an email containing a QR code. This is checked before boarding and by health officials on arrival in Tunisia. Travelers must download Tunisia’s track and trace application on their mobile phones. Passengers must have a confirmed and paid hotel reservation for 10 days at one of the following hotels: Cosmos Tergui Club Elmouradi Elmenzah Hotel Elmouradi Mahdia Hotel Golden Carthage Hotel & Residences Hammamet Village Hotel Helya Hotel Kanta Hotel Lac Leman Hotel Neptunia Hotel Palm Beach Club Palmyra Holidays Hotel Penthouse Hotel Sousse City Beach Hotel Sun Beach Resort Tunisia Palace Hotel Zenith Hotel Vaccinated travelers or travelers with a COVID-19 recovery certificate are exempt from this requirement. Note that passengers could be subject to a COVID-19 rapid antigen test upon arrival.

Events
Public places have hygiene measures in place, including obligatory face masks, taking a temperature check and sanitising hands upon entry.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Capo Verde
Open borders

General Info
Cape Verde is in a ‘state of alert’. The Cape Verde government has eased some of the restrictive measures previously in place, while maintaining the need to observe the rules on social distancing and hygiene: keep a social distance of at least 1m wash your hands regularly. Shops and stores close at 8:30pm, with the exception of pharmacies and bread shops which close at 9pm

Touristic Info
Cape Verde’s air and sea borders are open. Travelers entering the country must possess vaccination certificates or prove having tested negative for COVID-19 using a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 72 hours before travel. The vaccination is considered valid after 14 days following the second dose of a two-dose vaccine and 28 days after a single-dose vaccine. Persons must also complete an online health surveillance form and an airport security tax form before arrival. Arriving travelers will be screened and may get tested depending on their temperature. Positive travelers will be placed in an isolation center for up to 14 days.

Events
Cultural, recreational, sporting and leisure activities and family events, such as weddings and christening, are permitted, subject to the rules on social distancing and hygiene

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: No;


Zimbabwe
Open borders

General Info
Zimbabwe currently has a number of exceptional measures in place to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a curfew between 9pm and 6am. It is compulsory to wear a face mask covering the nose and mouth whenever you are outside of your home.

Touristic Info
Zimbabwe has re-opened its international airport, and travelers are allowed to enter. To enter Zimbabwe you must have a negative PCR test conducted within 48 hours of travel. This must be from an approved laboratory through the Trusted Travel platform (https://africacdc.org/trusted-travel/). If you arrive without a negative PCR test you'll enter quarantine for 10 days at designated hotels at your own cost. If you arrive with a valid negative PCR test you'll be required to self-quarantine at home or in a hotel for 10 days. If you're coming from a country with Alpha or Delta COVID-19 variants you'll be required to quarantine and be tested on day one, three, five and ten, at your own expense. If you arrive with a fake COVID-19 certificate you'll face jail time.

Events
Events of more than 100 people banned.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Yes
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Yes;


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