Travel between the UK and dozens of long-haul destinations like Mexico and South Africa opened from 4 a.m. on Monday morning – with only seven nations on the UK red list, meaning travel is effectively banned.
47 countries were removed from the red list at 4 a.m. today Monday, meaning those arriving from these locations no longer have to spend 11 nights in a quarantine hotel, and the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has overturned its advice Due to the coronavirus pandemic, trips to a further 42 countries and territories are not absolutely necessary.
Only seven countries are on the red list from Monday – Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.
But there are still some countries and vacation destinations that British travelers don’t want – with extensive bans or restrictive rules on arrivals from the UK, reports Birmingham Live.
Bulgaria – Bulgaria has announced that the UK is now on its own red list.
Luxembourg – No non-essential travel allowed.
Russia – blanket ban for foreign travelers.
Slovakia – No non-essential travel allowed.
Sweden – Brits must have a negative test and be exempt from their travel ban.
US – UK travelers can enter the US from November provided they are fully vaccinated and present a negative test certificate no older than 87 hours prior to departure.
Argentina – ban on foreign travelers.
Brazil – Ban on British travelers.
Chile – ban on foreign travelers.
Guatemala – Ban on British travelers.
Honduras – Ban on British travelers.
Suriname – Closed borders.
Bhutan – Ban on foreign travelers.
Brunei – Strict restrictions – only accept people for compelling reasons.
Cambodia – Visa policy suspended.
China Ban on British Travelers.
Hong Kong Ban on British Travelers.
Indonesia – On the red list.
Japan – Only short team visits allowed – and only in exceptional cases.
Kazakhstan – ban on foreign travelers.
Laos – No UK visas.
Iran – ban on foreign travelers.
Kuwait – Ban on Foreign Travelers.
Malaysia – Ban on Foreign Travelers.
Mongolia – Ban on foreign travelers.
Myanmar – Ban on Foreign Travelers.
Qatar – Qatar requires prior authorization to enter the country.
Singapore – Singapore government pre-approval required.
South Korea – Visa suspended.
Taiwan – Ban on Tourists or Social Travel.
Thailand – Requires special permission from the Thai government.
Turkmenistan Entry into Turkmenistan is forbidden for tourists.
Vietnam – Vietnam is not open to tourism.
Algeria – No flights.
Benin – No travel unless it is “extreme necessity”.
Cameroon – borders severely restricted.
Madagascar – No overseas travel.
Niger – Only nationals allowed.
New Zealand – Closed Borders.
Australia – Only nationals and their immediate family members can travel.
Fiji – flights grounded.
Nauru – not essential trips to Nauru.
Pitcairn Islands – The borders are closed.
Tonga – The borders with Tonga are closed to all foreigners.
Montserrat – Ban on foreign travelers.
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