When will it be safe to travel to affected areas?

Unfortunately, we can’t see the future any better than you can so we can’t give you an exact time when all travel will be safe again. Some countries are already open to travel and operators are running adventures to those countries, however restrictions are often in place. These restrictions can include a self-isolation period, a negative PCR test to be shown on arrival, or proof of full vaccination to be shown on arrival. The situation can change rapidly with a virus like COVID-19 so be sure to visit the World Health Organization and Centre for Disease Control and Prevention for continued updates and travel advice.

As well, because each country has different regulations regarding COVID-19, and these can change daily, please inform yourself of the specific local entry and hygiene requirements of the country, or countries, you will visit while on your adventure. You can do this by checking the Embassy or Consulate’s website. For general guidelines, you can also head to https://www.tourradar.com/mlp/safe-travels-guide-to-touring to search the countries you’re travelling to and see their regulations. 

It is the traveller’s responsibility to be informed about any and all country-specific travel requirements or restrictions, so do keep yourself up to date with these. Please also review your airline’s specific regulations to ensure you have the most up-to-date information and are fully prepared for your flight.