Despite the fact that there are several no quarantine countries you can travel to right now, keep in mind that some of them still require you to get an antigen or PCR test before arriving. I’ll be mentioning which countries have these specific requirements.
There’s also a debate whether it’s ethical to travel right now or not. I’m personally not travelling right now because it’s too much hassle to do so. But, if you decide to travel, I don’t have a problem with that. Don’t let those finger-wagging rule bound idiots stop you from doing so.
VIDEO – No Quarantine Countries You Can Travel To Right Now
List no quarantine countries you can travel to right now
- Brazil – requires a 72-hour PCR test from arriving passengers
- Costa Rica
- Colombia – requires a 96-hour PCR test from arriving passengers
- Dominican Republic – will have a random breath test for 3-10% of passengers upon arrival starting in September 2021
- Egypt – requires a 72-hour negative PCR test
- Haiti – requires a 72-hour PCR or antigen test from arriving passengers
- Maldives – requires a 96-hour negative PCR test
- Montenegro – requires 72-hour PCR test (vaccination is also accepted)
- Serbia – requires a 48-hour negative PCR test
- Tanzania – requires a 72-hour PCR test from arriving passengers
- Turkey – requires a 72-hour PCR test from arriving passengers
If you really want to travel right now, these are the no quarantine countries you can visit. I’m personally withholding travelling right now because coming back to Canada is a pain in the ass. I think if you plan on travelling for a long time and you’ve gotten vaccinated, then it’s okay. I’m personally going to wait until I’ve gotten both doses of the Pfizer vaccine before I start planning to travel internationally again.