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TourTailor is here for you during these unprecedented and turbulent times. Book your trip through January 31st, 2021, and if your trip is cancelled or postponed up to 90 days prior to travel, we will waive our customary $300 per person cancellation fee.
Let our Specialists guide you every step of the way as travel begins to reopen around the world. We are well equipped to deal with situations such as these, and we follow the latest expert advice coming from the government, the World Health Organization, as well as our very own local Specialists.
If you have any concerns regarding safety in travel, please speak to our Specialists and they will guide you on best practices and possible customizations to ensure you and your family's safety. TourTailor arranges private touring and transfers for all our trips, and accommodations that have implemented enhanced cleaning standards.
As of November 1, 2020, all U.S. citizens and residents are welcome to visit Costa Rica. U.S. citizens and residents arriving by airplane are not required to present a PCR test result. However, travelers arriving in Costa Rica will need to complete a form named “Health Pass” available at https://salud.go.cr.Travelers will also need proof of traveler’s medical insurance. For international insurance policies, tourists must request a certificate from their insurance company, issued in English or Spanish, verifying at least the following three conditions:
Alternatively, health insurance may be purchased through one of two government approved providers based in Costa Rica: the National Insurance Institute (Instituto Nacional de Seguros) or Sagicor.
The certificate from the insurer must be uploaded when filling out the Health Pass.
Tip: In a sample quote, the cost for traveler’s medical insurance from a U.S. based provider that met the criteria above was approximately $30 per person for 50-year-old New Jersey residents on a 10-day trip to Costa Rica.
As of November 1, 2020, Peru is open to all U.S. citizens and residents, and is permitting nonstop flights from New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta, Orlando and Miami. Travelers must present a negative test result from a PCR test that was taken within 72 hours prior to your flight to Peru. Additionally, travelers are required to complete an online health form prior to boarding their flight to Peru. The form can be found here: https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/
Also, as of November 1, Machu Pichu is open to tourists with a 30% capacity limit, while museums and other attractions reopened with a 50% visitor capacity limit in October.
Egypt is open to all U.S. citizens and residents.
Travelers from the U.S. must present a negative test result from a PCR test that was taken within 96 hours prior to boarding your flight to Egypt. Children under 6 years old are exempt from the testing requirement.
Major attractions such as the Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum, the Tombs of the Valleys of the Kings in Luxor reopened in summer 2020.
Note: A tourist visa, which can be obtained online prior to arrival in Egypt at https://www.visa2egypt.gov.eg/, is still required for U.S. citizens.
Morocco is open to all U.S. citizens. U.S. citizens do not require a tourist visa if staying in Morocco for fewer than 90 days.
However, tourists must present a negative test result from a PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of your flight to Morocco. Passengers must also complete a health form, available online at http://www.onda.ma/form.php, and present a signed and printed copy upon arrival.
Kenya is open to all U.S. citizens and residents. Travelers from the U.S. must present a negative test result from a PCR test that was taken within 96 hours prior to arriving* in the country (*not 96 hours prior to boarding your flight to Kenya). Travelers who present a negative PCR test result and who do not exhibit symptoms of Covid-19 on arrival do not need to quarantine.
U.S. citizens are currently not permitted to enter South Africa unless they can prove that they were in a country that is not considered “High Risk” for Covid-19 for at least ten days prior to arriving in South Africa. The list of high risk countries, maintained by the South African government, can be found here: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/list-of-high-risk-covid-19-countries.
Travelers from countries not considered a high risk must present a negative test result from a PCR test that was taken 72 hours prior to their flight to South Africa.
U.S. citizens and residents are currently not permitted to enter India. Commercial flights into India are suspended through at least November 30, 2020. We will update this message once the Indian government announces updated guidelines for U.S. tourists to visit the country.
U.S.citizens and residents are currently not permitted to enter Japan for tourism. We will update this message once the Japanese government announces updated guidelines for U.S. tourists to visit the country.
U.S.citizens and residents are currently not permitted to enter Greece for tourism. We will update this message once the Greek government announces updated guidelines for U.S. tourists to visit the country.
Now is a smart time to plan and book travel. You can take advantage of:
We in the industry expect it to be even more chaotic once a Covid-19 vaccine is announced, and we are here to minimize the chaos. The advice we offer to TourTailor clients is to plan and book a trip now, before others do, and take advantage of our flexible cancellation terms in the event that you need to change or cancel your plans. And wouldn’t it be nice to have a trip to look forward to!
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