SRI LANKA reopens its borders
Sri Lanka starts reopening borders for tourists on January 21 with very strict restrictions. All visitors must undergo between 3-4 COVID tests. Sri Lanka re-opened its airports after being shut for 10 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tourism Minister Prasanna Ranatunga who officially declared the country re-open for tourists said they hoped the tourism sector would re-bounce in 6 months.
Welcome back to the paradise island of Sri Lanka. As Sri Lanka opens doors to the world once again; they have pulled out all the stops, ensuring that every precautionary measure has been set in place to make your island getaway as safe, secure and serene as possible. In your preparation to explore the wild and wonderful, we’d like to bring your attention to the ‘things you need to know ‘ for your safety as you make your way to an amazing time that is So Sri Lanka!
Sri Lanka is reopening its borders to tourists after a 10-month hiatus. They are limited to 55 hotels and Covid-19 tests before and after arrival are required.
The sun-soaked island nation, famous for its picturesque beaches, last month welcomed some 1,700 Ukrainian tourists on charter flights in a “pilot project to test our systems”, the government said.
Tourists will be required to purchase insurance, costing US$12, that will cover up to US$50,000 in Covid-19 related medical costs.
For more information look https://www.srilanka.travel/helloagain/