Updated: Jan 12
Hey Traveller, across the Globe here we will be updating time to time the countries open for tourism with their Safety Guidelines, to begin with, the most loved Arab Destination.
1. Dubai - Dubai Tourism Safety Guidelines
Passengers must carry a negative PCR certificate for specific Emirates flights
Update:Last updated: 16 July 2020,
If you are flying with Emirates from the countries or airports specified below, you must carry a negative PCR certificate issued by a local government approved laboratory to be accepted on the flight. If the UAE government has specified a designated laboratory in your country of origin, you must get your test certificate from that lab. Certificates must be issued no more than 96 hours before departure:
USA - Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), Houston (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Orlando (MCO), including passengers originating from California, Florida and Texas connecting to an Emirates flight from any of our airports worldwide to Dubai.
2. Maldives: Maldives Tourism Safety Guidelines
Update: Last updated: 20 July 2020,
After almost four months since the suspension of on-arrival tourist visas, the Maldives tourism industry has reopened with enhanced precautionary measures against COVID-19.
Resorts, hotels, and liveaboards located on uninhabited islands are allowed to resume operations from 15th July 2020 whereas hotels and guest houses located on inhabited islands will be allowed to open from 1st August 2020. A total of 40 resorts are in operation as we reopen the borders today. With the gradual lifting of travel restrictions and the resumption of flights around the world, the Maldives is excited to once again welcome its shores to travelers.
Stay Tuned to This Blog as we Update Every Countries Travel Guideline.