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Sri Lanka removes requirement for pre-arrival PCR test

From 1st March 2022, fully vaccinated travelers arriving into Sri Lanka are no longer required to present proof of a negative PCR test taken in the 72 hours prior to arrival. This applies to all travelers who have had the recommended dosage of an approved Covid-19 vaccine.

A New Reality and Opportunity for Travel

Omicron cannot be stopped. Taking this new reality in consideration, what are the new opportunities for the global travel and tourism industry?

How will the COVID-19 vaccine impact your travel plans?

If and how a Covid Vaccination will impact your travel plan is mainly depending on the destination you are coming from and where you like to go. Been informed before you traveling prevent you of trouble and secure a great holiday

Updated Guidelines for a Thai Visa or to Enter Thailand

Planning to visit Thailand? Check out the updated Guidelines for a Thai Visa or to Enter Thailand. Written by Written by Juergen T Steinmetz from eTN (eTurbo News)

Getting Tested for COVID-19 While Abroad

Traveling during the pandemic? It’s increasingly likely you’ll need a negative COVID-19 test before entering the country you plan to visit – and maybe also before you can return home. Here’s what to know about getting tested abroad.

Sri Lanka Tourism Safety Protocols

As we open our doors to the world again; let’s make sure our paradise island is as safe and secure as it can be against the ongoing pandemic.

Been vaccinated - quit social distancing?

Expect life to return to normal in 3 stages — not all at once. By Sigal Samuel Updated Jan 12, 2021, 2:05pm EST Now that the vaccines are arriving, people are starting to dream. Been vaccinated - quit social distancing?

SEAD Covid-19 Health & Hygiene Statement

Health & Hygiene Statement and Measurements for South East Asia Dreams Guests and Operators

Post Covid-19 Health & Hygiene Statement

Post Covid-19 Health & Hygiene Statement and Measurements for South East Asia Dreams Guests and Operators

The Thailand Hygiene Plus Initiative (THPI)

Bangkok, Thailand, 16th of July 2020. Destination Management Companies (DMC's) meet to create uniform Health & Safety Standards Ahead of Tourism Restart. The Thailand Hygiene Plus Initiative (THPI) is a standards which will solidify Thailand and its tourism facilitators as a destination that is safe for travel.