Several countries are now accepting fully vaccinated tourists to visit their place without undergoing the 14-day quarantine.
Below are the countries where fully vaccinated UAE residents can travel without undergoing quarantine:
1. The Bahamas
According to a Khaleej Times report, citing the Bahamas’ tourism department, the country accepts fully vaccinated tourists who have taken either the Pfizer-BioNTech or AstraZeneca vaccines. UAE residents who have passed the two-week immunity period will be exempt from pre-entry and inter-island travel testing requirements and do not need to quarantine on arrival.
Those who want to travel to Belize need only to provide a vaccination card, with full inoculation completed at least two weeks before entry, and a negative Covid-19 test or proof of Covid-19 recovery to enter the country.
3. Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands
Travellers must present proof of vaccination and a negative Covid-19 test at the airport.
Tourists who have been completely administered with the vaccine must finish first their two-week immunity period or have recovered from Covid-19 before visiting Croatia.
UAE residents who have received both Covid-19 doses are allowed to visit Cyprus without the need to undergo the 14-day quarantine period. Travellers, however, are required to present proof of vaccination.
Travellers from the UAE are mandated to provide a valid vaccination certificate less than six months old, detailing which vaccine they have received, who was the issuer, and the batch number of the vaccine.
Georgia welcomes fully vaccinated UAE residents as long as they present documentation confirming that they have received both Covid-19 doses.
Fully vaccinated residents who wish to visit Greece post-pandemic do not have to go through quarantine shall they present a valid vaccination certification or a negative Covid-19 test.
Tourists who have been completely immunized against Covid-19 may only be accepted in Iceland after presenting a certificate detailing which vaccine was administered, who was the issuer, and the batch number of their vaccine.
Those who hold a medical certificate, a country-specific vaccination certificate, or an international vaccination certificate confirming that they have gone through a full coronavirus vaccination program will be not be required to produce a negative test certificate or self-isolate.