Where Can Canadians Travel Right Now

Information last updated on January 24, 2021.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has affected worldwide travel. Many countries have imposed strict traveling regulations, so if you’re longing for a holiday, you’re probably also wondering where Canadians can travel now.

Our team is constantly updating this list with everything you need to know about your next trip: quarantine rules, PCR testing, and other travel restrictions for all countries that are open to Canadian travelers right now. Please note that in some cases, regular visa requirements still apply. Consider the following list of countries open for tourism for Canadian citizens. Has your holiday destination made the list? Here’s where Canadians can travel right now!

Open Countries Map

Some countries have managed to take control over the rapid spread of the virus and they are now looking forward to welcoming new travelers. If you are a Canadian citizen and you are planning your next trip, have a look at the following states that have now opened their borders to Canadian travelers. The Canadian government advises against travel for touristic purposes. Please note that now you can board the flight back to Canada only with a negative COVID-19 test no older than 72 hours at the time of the departure. 

 

Albania


Can Canadians enter Albania?
Yes, Canadians can now visit Albania. Commercial flights to Albania resumed on June 15. Boarding restrictions may still be in place, depending on the airline. Please contact your airline for further information. While Albania is now open for travel for Canadian citizens, some neighboring countries still have restrictions in place. If you want to exit Albania and travel to a neighboring country, please check the official embassy website of that country before your departure.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Albania?
No, quarantine isn’t required if travelers don’t exhibit any respiratory symptoms.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Albania right now?
No, there is no PCR test required for Canadians entering Albania.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Albania
All cultural events and other large public gatherings in Albania are cancelled indefinitely. Spectators are not allowed to attend sporting events. Malls and shops are open, but social distancing rules apply. Restaurants and cafes are open. All indoor activity centres are open. Beaches are also open and outdoor exercise is permitted. Libraries and museums are open and public transportation has resumed. Masks are mandatory in all closed spaces. Fines up to 2,000 ALL will be given to those who refuse to wear a mask.
 

Antigua and Barbuda


Can Canadians enter Antigua and Barbuda?
Yes, Canadian citizens are now allowed to enter Antigua and Barbuda.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Antigua and Barbuda?
Yes, all new arrivals will be monitored for up to 14 days.Visitors may be required to take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is negative, travelers may be released from quarantine.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Antigua and Barbuda right now?
Yes, all arriving passengers by air, including transiting passengers, are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 7 days of their flight. The test can also be taken on arrival, for US$100.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Antigua and Barbuda
Masks are mandatory in all public areas. There is currently a curfew between the hours of 5 a.m. and 11 p.m until October 31. Domestic travel may also be limited. For example, if you are a visitor to Antigua, travel to Barbuda is prohibited for 14 days after your arrival. Commercial passenger transport vehicles are permitted to carry only 50% of the vehicle seating capacity.
 

Armenia


Can Canadians enter Armenia?
Yes, Canadian citizens may enter Armenia, but mainly by air. Most land access is still restricted.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Armenia?
Arriving travelers have a choice between immediate quarantine or a PCR test. If the test is negative, there is no need for quarantine. You may still be asked to quarantine if you are exposed to COVID-19.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Armenia right now?
The PCR is not mandatory, but it is recommended, as it allows the traveler to avoid quarantine if the result is negative.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Armenia
There is no curfew or domestic travel restrictions. Please wear a mask if using public transport of any kind.
 

Aruba


Can Canadians enter Aruba?
Yes, flights to and from Canada resumed in July.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Aruba?
No, if you present a negative COVID-19 PCR test. If the new travelers test positive, they will be required to stay in mandatory isolation.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, the test should be taken within 72 hours of arrival. Travelers are required to upload their negative COVID-19 PCR test results to their online ED card prior to their travel. There is also an option to test upon arrival at the airport.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Aruba
Travelers are required to complete an online immigration (ED) card prior to travel. Travelers are required to purchase mandatory COVID-19 health insurance prior to travel. A curfew from 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM is in place. All establishments except hotels close by 9:00 PM. Check with your hotel for more information about closing times. Tables at restaurants can have a maximum of four seats (excluding seating for children under the age of 12). Bars and nightclubs are currently closed. Restaurant bars can serve at tables only. Hotel bars can serve at the bar only to registered hotel guests. No groups over four people are allowed to form in public spaces unless the group consists of a family from the same household. This includes gatherings on the beach.
 

Bahamas


Can Canadians enter the Bahamas?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now enter Bahamas, but they must apply for a Bahamas Health Visa here by selecting the International option and completing all required fields.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering the Bahamas?
Bahamas has implemented the “Vacation in Place” (VIP) for all new arrivals. This can last for 14 days or the length of their stay, whichever is shorter. Travelers are permitted to Vacation in Place at a hotel, private club or rented accommodations (like Airbnb), as well as on a private boat. After the 14 days, if you are planning to stay in the Bahamas, you may need to complete a COVID-19 test, at your own expense.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, all new arrivals must present a negative text taken no more than 5 days prior to their arrival date. All test results must be uploaded when applying for a Bahamas Health Visa.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Bahamas
Travelers to the Bahamas must install the Hubbcat app on their mobile phones for contact tracing. Visitors should download the app before their arrival in the Bahamas.
 

Barbados


Can Canadians enter Barbados?
Yes, but all new travelers must complete the Online Immigration / Customs form at travelform.gov.bb and submit it 24 hours prior to their departure to Barbados.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Barbados?
Yes, new travelers arriving from high-risk countries with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be quarantined at a hotel or villa at their own expense, or free of charge at a government facility.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, PCR tests are required for travelers from high-risk countries. The test should be taken less than 72 hours prior to the arrival in Barbados.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Barbados
Masks are required inside the airport. Any villa used for quarantine must first be approved by the Ministry of Health and Wellness. You may file a request for villa approval to the Ministry of Health and Wellness at least 72 hours prior to your travel. Public transport is available, but masks are required.
 

Belarus


Can Canadians enter Belarus?
Yes, Belarus is now open for Canadian citizens.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Belarus?
No, self-quarantine is not mandatory for Canadian citizens in Belarus.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
No, Canadian citizens are not required to take a test for entering Belarus.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Belarus
Canadians can travel freely in Belarus. Commercial flights are operating, but masks are mandatory in the airport and onboard. Masks aren’t required when using public transportation in Belarus.
 

Belgium


Can Canadians enter Belgium?
Yes, Belgium is now open for Canadian citizens.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Belgium?
No, quarantine isn’t required for Canadians visiting Belgium.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Belgium now?
No, PCR tests aren’t required for Canadians entering Belgium.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Belgium
Commercial flights and public transportation are functional, but masks are required. There is currently no national curfew in Belgium, but local curfews may be imposed. At the moment, Antwerp province is currently under a curfew from 11:30 PM to 6:00 AM.
 

Belize


Can Canadians enter Belize?
Yes, Canadians may now visit Belize. Before your holiday, download the Belize Health App and complete the required information. Each traveler is assigned an unique ID to travel in the Tourism Safe Corridor. All travelers need to book their stay in advance at an approved Gold Standard hotel. A PCR test not older than 72 hours is also required to enter Belize. Those who do not have a negative test need to take another test on arrival to Belize, for US$50, at their own expense.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Belize?
Quarantine is mandatory only for travelers who test positive for COVID-19. They will be quarantined in a state-designated facility.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 72 hours at the time of boarding.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Belize
Domestic movement in Belize is limited. Travelers can only reach their approved Gold Standard hotel by approved transportation and can only participate in approved tours from the hotels. Whoever tests positive will be put into mandatory quarantine at a hotel at their own expense.
 

Bermuda


Can Canadians enter Bermuda?
Yes, Canadian citizens are permitted to enter Bermuda.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Bermuda?
Yes, travelers are required to quarantine at home or in their accommodation until results from the arrival tests are ready. The result of the arrival test usually takes 24 hours. If you test positive, you will be isolated for 14 days. Anyone who becomes COVID-19 positive, or whom health authorities believe could be positive, will be fitted with an Aqua electronic bracelet to assist with isolation / quarantine.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Bermuda now?
Yes, a negative COVID-19 test is required for entry to Bermuda. To complete the Bermuda travel authorization online you need to pay a $75 fee, which includes the cost of the PCR test upon arrival. The Travel Authorization can be found on this link. All travelers aged 10 and up need to present a negative COVID-19 test taken no longer than 7 days before their arrival. Children who are 9-years-old and younger do not need to take the test. They are subject to their adult travel companion’s quarantine.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Bermuda
All travelers must follow quarantine rules between the airport and their accommodation. They must use taxis, wear a mask, sanitize their hands before entering the vehicle and sit in the back seat. Taxi drivers must also record contact details for the travelers, in case contact tracing is required. Travelers also have the option to organize for a local contact to pick them up at the airport. Public transport must not be used by travelers leaving the airport as they will not be able to provide contact tracing upon their departure. All travelers are required to wear a mask when entering the airport. There are no other movement restrictions in Bermuda right now.
 

Bosnia and Herzegovina


Can Canadians enter Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Yes, travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina is permitted, but travelers need to present a negative COVID-19 (PCR) test, not older than 48 hours from the moment of entering the country.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Bosnia and Herzegovina?
No, quarantine is not mandatory for Canadian citizens.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Bosnia and Herzegovina now?
Yes, travelers need to present a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours from the moment of entering the country.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina
Grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and cafes throughout the country are open, along with most other businesses. However, restaurants and bars must close by 11:00 pm. Masks are required indoors, on public transportation, and in public areas when social distancing is not possible. There is no curfew in place in Bosnia and Herzegovina right now. Commercial flights and public transportation are operating normally.
 

Brazil


Can Canadians enter Brazil?
Yes, Canadians may now enter Brazil by air, for a short stay no longer than 90 days. Entering Brazil by land or sea is still difficult for non-residents. Some airports are still closed to foreign travelers: Mato Grosso do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Rondonia, Paraiba and Tocantins. Travelers need to present proof of their health insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 Brazilian reais in English or Portuguese. The health insurance should be valid for the whole period of the stay in Brazil.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Brazil?
No, if you do not have any respiratory symptoms.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
No, there is no PCR test required for Canadians entering Brazil.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Brazil
There is no curfew in Brazil, and domestic travel is generally unregulated. Commercial flights and public transportation are available, though it may be limited in some regions. Regional regulations and safety measures differ, so please check with local authorities and make sure to comply with regional regulations. Wearing masks in public is one of the most common requirements. You can find PCR and serology tests in many medical facilities, but the prices will vary from around $60 to $100. You will most likely need a doctor’s order to get tested. The test will likely take between one and three days to process.
 

Bulgaria


Can Canadians enter Bulgaria?
Yes, borders are open for travelers coming from Canada.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Bulgaria?
No, quarantine is not mandatory for Canadian citizens.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
No, the PCR test is not required for travelers coming from Canada.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Bulgaria
There is no curfew in Bulgaria, and domestic travel is permitted. All travelers on public transportation must wear a mask. You can get a PCR test easily in most parts of the country, in private and public health facilities. Tests cost about $100.
 

Colombia


Can Canadians enter Colombia?
Yes, Canadian travelers may enter Colombia.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Colombia?
No, there is no mandatory quarantine for Canadians entering Colombia.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, you must have a recent negative PCR result (96 hours or less) before entering. There is also a mandatory form called the Check-Mig that you need to fill in for Migracion Colombia.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Colombia
Cities and regions have different regulations, so make sure you know what they are in your area. (Some areas rotate access to services and institutions based on your ID number) There is no curfew in place, and domestic travel is generally permitted. Some regions may have regulations on travel, so check with local authorities.
 

Costa Rica


Can Canadians enter Costa Rica?
Yes, all Canadian citizens and residents may now enter Costa Rica. Requirements to enter Costa Rica: 1 – There is an electronic “Health Pass” form that needs to be filled out. 2 – Travelers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken a maximum of 72 hours before going to Costa Rica. 3 – Travelers must have medical insurance. It can be bought in Costa Rica via the National Insurance Institute, or it can be international medical insurance. For international insurance policies travelers are required to request a certification from their insurance provider. It must be in English or Spanish, and must verify at least these three conditions: The policy will be effective throughout the entire visit to Costa Rica; A minimum of $50,000 coverage for medical expenses in case of becoming ill with COVID-19 while in Costa Rica; A minimum of $2,000 coverage for lodging expenses due to the pandemic. Any traveler who does not meet these requirements will not be allowed to enter Costa Rica.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Costa Rica?
Only if tested positive for COVID-19.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Costa Rica now?
Yes, Canadians must complete a digital epidemiological health pass, obtain a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of their departure, and purchase travel insurance that covers accommodation in case of quarantine and medical expenses due to COVID-19.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Costa Rica
The Government of Costa Rica has introduced daily nationwide driving restrictions based on the license plate number. Updates about driving restrictions and areas under Orange or Yellow alert are announced frequently by Costa Rica’s National Emergency Commission (CNE). There are no other domestic travel restrictions.
 

Croatia


Can Canadians enter Croatia?
Yes, Canadian citizens are now allowed to enter Croatia.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Croatia?
No, unless you do not have proof of a negative PCR test upon entering Croatia. In this case, placement in quarantine for 14 days is mandatory and the expenses should be covered by the travelers.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 48 hours from the time of taking the swab until the arrival at the border crossing. Same rule applies to visitors traveling by yacht. If the test is older than 48 hours, the travelers will be tested again locally, at their own expense, and will be self-isolated until the new results arrive. A local test cost ranges from $130 to $300 or more, depending upon the location, and the result will be ready within 48 hours. New arrivals who do not have a PCR test will be self-isolated for at least 7 days and will be tested locally. If you refuse to take the test, you will be quarantined for 14 days.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Croatia
Masks are mandatory indoors and when using public transportation. There are no restrictions on traveling domestically.
 

Curacao


Can Canadians enter Curacao?
Yes, Canadians may now enter Curacao. Before your departure, you need to complete the digital immigration card and the Passenger Locator Card (PLC). Print the document and bring it with you. You will also need a negative PCR test. The test should not be older than 72 hours before your departure to Curacao. Find all information about your next trip here.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Curacao?
No, it isn’t.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Curacao now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 72 hours before your departure to Curacao.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Curacao
In case you test positive during your stay, you will be quarantined. Social distancing is enforced, and visitors are required to wear masks when this is not possible. Most businesses are operating normally, but guests are advised to make reservations in advance. There are no domestic travel restrictions on the island.
 

Cyprus


Can Canadians enter Cyprus?
Yes, Canadians may now enter Cyprus. Before your departure, you need to complete the Cyprus Flight Pass. The negative PCR test should be uploaded to the website within 24 hours of your departure. Before entering Cyprus, you need to show a copy of your flight pass. Electronic versions are also accepted.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Cyprus?
No, it isn’t.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Cyprus now?
Yes, the negative test should not be older than 72 hours at the date of the arrival in Cyprus. Children under 12 do not need to take the test.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Cyprus
Masks are required in all indoor public spaces. In Northern Cyprus, masks are required outdoors as well. Most businesses are now open. Those who refuse to wear a mask will be fined €300. There are no domestic travel restrictions at the moment.
 

Dominica


Can Canadians enter Dominica?
Yes, Canadians are now able to enter Dominica. Travelers are required to complete an online health questionnaire a minimum of 24 hours before arrival. It can be found here.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Dominica?
Not necessarily. Passengers will take a Rapid Diagnostic Test on arrival and proceed further if the result is negative. After reaching the accommodation, a 14-day monitoring begins. The monitoring can be finished earlier if you choose to test again on day 5 and the result comes negative.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Dominica now?
All travelers, regardless of the country they are coming from, have to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test completed between 24 to 72 hours prior to arrival. The PCR test needs to be from a state-regulated or nationally approved laboratory. Those who want to get monitoring clearance after the 5th day, should take another PCR test, which costs EXCD$100 or US$40, and results will take between 24 and 48 hours. Rapid tests at the airport are free and results are given within 30 minutes.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Dominica
Vehicles will only be allowed into the seaport and airport if the driver and passengers are traveling out of Dominica. Face masks are mandatory throughout the entire departure process. Physical distance must be maintained. There is no curfew. There are no restrictions on interstate and intercity travel.
 

The Dominican Republic


Can Canadians enter the Dominican Republic?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now travel to the Dominican Republic.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering the Dominican Republic?
No, unless they test positive for COVID-19.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to the Dominican Republic now?
No, it isn’t. Quick COVID-19 tests are performed on randomly selected travelers upon arrival.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit the Dominican Republic
Medical care is limited in the Dominican Republic. Some hospitals are operating at full capacity. ICU beds are limited, so hospitalized patients are at high risk of getting infected with COVID-19. If you are a Canadian citizen thinking of traveling to the Dominican Republic for elective surgery, you are strongly encouraged to postpone your travel. A national curfew is in place, from Monday through Friday from 9 PM to 5 AM, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 7 PM to 5 AM. Canadian citizens who must travel during curfew hours may be asked to present their passport, ticket, and travel itinerary to authorities in order to continue to the airport. There are no other domestic travel restrictions. All ports and coasts are closed for new cruise arrivals. Public transportation is operating normally, but masks are required.
 

Ecuador


Can Canadians enter Ecuador?
Yes, Canadian citizens can enter Ecuador.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Ecuador?
Only travelers who show COVID-19 symptoms have to quarantine. Otherwise, entry and domestic travel are allowed. Some restrictions apply for Galapagos. If a traveler does not have a negative PCR test, they can pay to get one on arrival. In this case, they would need to quarantine as well, in any designated facility. They may leave early if their test results come back negative.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, Ecuador requires a negative PCR test done within 10 days of travel.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Ecuador
For the Galapagos Islands, travelers must have negative PCR test results from within 96 hours of arriving in the province. These tests are available in various approved labs, at the patient’s cost. There are curfews and domestic travel restrictions. Please check with local authorities for specific information for the region.
 

Egypt


Can Canadians enter Egypt?
Yes, Egypt is now open for Canadian travelers, but they need to present a negative COVID-19 test taken at a maximum 96 hours prior to their flight departure. The rule does not apply for children younger than 6. Upon arrival in Egypt, travelers need to present copies of their test results and the proof of their health insurance. Digital copies will not be accepted.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Egypt?
No, quarantine is not required for Canadians entering Egypt.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 96 hours before arrival in Egypt. All travelers aged 6 and up must take the test.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Egypt
Restaurants, cafes, sports clubs and movie theatres are open and operating at 50 percent capacity. Restaurants and cafes are required to close by midnight, while other shops, including grocery stores, close by 10:00 pm. Public parks and beaches are closed. Public transportation and commercial flights are operating. There are some travel restrictions on intercity travel. Masks are required indoors and on public transportation.
 

El Salvador


Can Canadians enter El Salvador?
Yes, with a negative PCR test.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering El Salvador?
No, if they can present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival in El Salvador.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, before boarding, all travelers need to present a negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours of departure.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit El Salvador
Essential services are available to the public. Schools and universities remain closed until the end of the year. Social distancing and temperature checks are enforced at the airport. Masks are required at all times. Taxis and public transportation are operating normally.
 

Estonia


Can Canadians enter Estonia?
Yes, but you will be quarantined for two weeks.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Estonia?
Yes, travelers arriving from Canada need to quarantine for 14 days.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Estonia now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering Estonia, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Estonia
Alcohol cannot be purchased between 12 AM and 10 AM.
 

France


Can Canadians enter France?
Yes, Canadians may now enter France.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering France?
No, it isn’t.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to France now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering France, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit France
Masks are required indoors and when using public transportation. In some areas, including Paris, Marseille and Lyon, masks are required in outdoor public spaces as well. There are no domestic travel restrictions in France at the moment. Most businesses are operating normally, including restaurants and museums. Bars may be closed in areas with high infection risks, like Paris or Marseille.
 

French Polynesia


Can Canadians enter French Polynesia?
Yes, travel to French Polynesia is now permitted. Travelers are required to present their receipt of the health registration on the ETIS platform (Electronic Travel Information System).
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering French Polynesia?
It depends. The diagnosis will ultimately be made by Health Authorities. Their instructions may include isolation measures and/or retaking a PCR test.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, new travelers are required to present proof of a negative RT-PCR test (list of approved and non approved tests) carried out within three days prior to their departure.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit French Polynesia
A self-test is required 4 days after the arrival in The Islands of Tahiti. Nightclubs and discos remain closed. Meetings of more than 10 people need special permission from the authorities. Masks are mandatory all indoor and outdoor public spaces, including restaurants when customers are not seated or public transportation. Failure to wear a mask when required could be fined up to €745.82. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited on beaches, public parks, picnic areas, green spaces and riverbanks.
 

Ghana


Can Canadians enter Ghana?
Yes, Canadians can enter Ghana, but only through Accra Kotoka International Airport.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Ghana?
No, but travelers who test positive for COVID-19 on arrival need to enter hospital custody.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Ghana now?
Yes, travelers need to get a valid PCR test within 72 hours of flying. There is an additional test for all travelers over age 4 on arrival, which costs $150. You can pay for this here. It only takes about 30 minutes to get results. In the case of a positive test, travelers must go to Ga East Municipal Hospital for additional testing and potential quarantine.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Ghana
There is no curfew in Ghana, and travel within the country is allowed. Public transport offers limited capacity, and all people must wear face coverings in public.
 

Greece


Can Canadians enter Greece?
Yes, Canadians may now visit Greece.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Greece?
No, it isn’t.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering Greece, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Greece
The Greek government will cover the expenses of hospitalization of travelers who get infected with COVID-19. Hotels are very flexible, if a traveler gets infected with COVID-19, the accommodation expenses may be refunded.
 

Grenada


Can Canadians enter Grenada?
Yes, Canadians can enter Grenada for tourism purposes. Accommodations must be booked in advance and PCR tests are required.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Grenada?
Yes, Canadians must stay at their accommodation for a minimum of 4 days. To stop the monitoring, they need to test again on the 5th day of their stay.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Grenada now?
Yes, the PCR test must be done maximum 7 days prior to entering Grenada.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Grenada
Find all details about possible scenarios of traveling to Grenada here here.
 

Guatemala


Can Canadians enter Guatemala?
Yes, Canadian citizens may enter Guatemala for tourism purposes.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Guatemala?
No, there is no quarantine requirement in Guatemala.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Guatemala now?
Yes, you need to get a PCR test done within 72 hours before your departure and obtain a negative result.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Guatemala
There is a curfew in Guatemala, from 9:00 PM to 4:00 AM. Everyone must stay inside at this time of night, except people with special permission. Additionally, you can’t buy alcohol between 7:00 PM to 5:00 AM. Public transport is available in some areas, but it can only fill half of the spots. This includes transportation between regions.
 

Honduras


Can Canadians enter Honduras?
Yes, Canadian citizens are now allowed to enter Honduras.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Honduras?
Yes, new arrivals will be quarantined for 14 days either at a designated facility or at the traveler’s place or temporary stay.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Honduras now?
Yes, a negative PCR test is required to enter Honduras.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Honduras
There is a national curfew in place, from 6:00 AM to 8 PM. Shopping and other essential activities are allowed daily within these hours, according to the last digit of an individual’s ID card or passport for foreign citizens. ATMs are constantly being replenished and online banking is available 24/7. Masks are mandatory in public spaces. Foreigners are strongly encouraged to limit their trips out of their homes and carry an identification document with them at all times. In order to travel to a different city, a letter of safe passage or permission to transit approved by the Honduran Police is required.
 

Jamaica


Can Canadians enter Jamaica?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now enter Jamaica, if they have proof of a negative PCR test and a travel authorization that can be found here.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Jamaica?
Yes, new arrivals are required to self-isolate for up to 14 days at their location of arrival.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Jamaica now?
Yes, a negative PCR test is required for entering Jamaica.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Jamaica
Traveling around the island is restricted, as there is a curfew in place. Commercial flights and public transportation are operating, but with limited capacity.
 

Jordan


Can Canadians enter Jordan?
Yes, Canadians may now visit Jordan. PCR tests, quarantine and health insurance are required.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Jordan?
Yes, travelers arriving from green countries need to self-isolate for a week and then take another test.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Jordan now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 120 hours at the time of the departure to Jordan. All travelers are tested again upon arrival to Jordan, at their own expense.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Jordan
There is a curfew in place, from 1:00 AM to 6:00 AM. Restaurants and other businesses close at 12:00 AM. Most businesses are open with limited capacity. There are no other domestic travel restrictions. Public transport operates at half capacity.
 

Kenya


Can Canadians enter Kenya?
Yes, Canadian citizens are allowed to enter the country if they can present a negative PCR test taken no longer than 96 hours prior to arrival in Kenya.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Kenya?
No, quarantine is not mandatory for travelers arriving from Canada.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Kenya now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 96 hours at the time of the arrival in Kenya.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Kenya
Alcoholic drinks can only be sold in licensed hotels, not in bars or restaurants. Restaurants close at 8:00 PM. A curfew from 9:00 PM to 4:00 AM is still in place. In order to travel domestically, certifications from the Ministry of Health and Transport are required. Commercial flights and public transportation are operating, but masks are required.
 

Kosovo


Can Canadians enter Kosovo?
Yes, the Pristina International Airport is now open to Canadian citizens.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Kosovo?
No, self-quarantine is not mandatory for Canadians.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Kosovo now?
No, PCR tests are not required for entering Kosovo.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Kosovo
There is a curfew in place from 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM. Domestic travel is permitted. Masks are required when using public transportation. The land borders are open to foreign citizens. Albania does not require quarantine or PCR tests for entry, but Montenegro does.
 

Lithuania


Can Canadians enter Lithuania?
Yes, Canadians may now visit Lithuania, but quarantine is mandatory.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Lithuania?
Yes, Canadians need to self-isolate for 2 weeks after arriving in Lithuania. If you get tested on day 8 of your quarantine and the result is negative, you may be released from quarantine on the 10th day.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Lithuania now?
No, Canadians may enter Lithuania without a PCR test.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Lithuania
Masks are required in both indoor and outdoor public spaces, including public transportation. You may remove your mask while you are sitting at a table or bar.
 

The Maldives


Can Canadians enter the Maldives?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now travel to the Maldives.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering the Maldives?
No, quarantine is not required for travelers. Only returning residents and students need to self-quarantine for 14 days.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to the Maldives right now?
Yes, the negative PCR test should not be older than 72 hours at the time of the arrival in the Maldives.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit the Maldives
A curfew in the Greater Male’ area (including Male’, Vilimale’ and Hulhumale’) is in place from 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM. Random tests may be conducted on travelers, free of charge. Entering the Maldives by sea is forbidden, as docking is not an option for any international vessel or cruise ship.
 

Malta


Can Canadians enter Malta?
Yes, Canadians may now visit Malta.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Malta?
No, as long as Canada is mentioned on the green list of countries that do not require quarantine.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Malta right now?
No, Canadians do not need a PCR test to enter Malta. However, you are advised to take the test if it’s convenient.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Malta
Masks are required indoors and when using public transportation, including the Gozo ferry. Most businesses, including museums, swimming pools, and tourist sites are now open, with limited capacity and enforcing social distancing.
 

Montenegro


Can Canadians enter Montenegro?
Yes, Canadian citizens may now visit Montenegro, as long as they can present a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours at the time of the arrival in Montenegro.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Montenegro?
No, quarantine is not mandatory for new arrivals with a negative PCR test obtained no longer than 72 hours prior to their arrival in Montenegro. Children younger than 5 are exempt from this rule.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Montenegro now?
Yes.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Montenegro
Masks are mandatory in public spaces, including public transportation, for everyone aged 8 and up. Night clubs remain closed. Events with live music are allowed, with social distancing rules in place. Dancing is forbidden. There is currently no curfew in place, but there are limited options for domestic travel.
 

The Netherlands


Can Canadians enter the Netherlands?
Yes, Canadians may now visit the Netherlands, free of restrictions.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering the Netherlands?
No, quarantine is not mandatory for Canadians traveling to the Netherlands.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to the Netherlands right now?
No, Canadians do not need a PCR test to enter the Netherlands. However, you are advised to take the test if it is convenient.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit the Netherlands
Everyone over the age of 13 is required to wear a mask when using public transportation. Failure to do so may result in a €95 fine. Social distancing is enforced. Public transportation operates at full capacity, so it is recommended to avoid peak hours. Reservations and masks are required for taxis and coaches.
 

Namibia


Can Canadians enter Namibia?
Yes, with a negative PCR test.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Namibia?
No, quarantine is not mandatory. All international arrivals will be tested on day 5 of their trip. The results will be ready within 2 days. Those who test positive will be quarantined in a designated facility at their own expense.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Namibia right now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 72 hours at the time of entering Namibia.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Namibia
A curfew from 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM is in place. Ethiopian Airlines and Eurowings have resumed commercial flights. Qatar Airways should resume service on October 15. Masks are required when using public transportation or taxis.
 

Nicaragua


Can Canadians enter Nicaragua?
Yes, Canadian citizens can enter Nicaragua.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Nicaragua?
There is no official requirement to quarantine in Nicaragua.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Nicaragua now?
Yes, you need a recent negative test.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Nicaragua
There are no commercial flights available into Nicaragua, but public transportation is available in the country.
 

North Macedonia


Can Canadians enter North Macedonia?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now visit North Macedonia.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering North Macedonia?
No, quarantine is not mandatory.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to North Macedonia right now?
No, Canadian citizens are not required to present a negative test upon arrival. Other regulations may affect travelers of different nationalities.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit North Macedonia
Most businesses are operating normally, with social distancing guidelines in place. Masks are required in public spaces and when using public transportation. No more than 2 passengers may share a cab. Inter-city and international transport lines are operating at 75% capacity.
 

Panama


Can Canadians enter Panama?
Yes, commercial flights are now available.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Panama?
No, unless tested positive.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Panama now?
A negative PCR test done maximum 48 hours prior to entering Panama is required. Those who cannot present a valid test will take a rapid test on arrival at their own cost.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Panama
Different regions have specific regulations, so you better check with the local authorities before traveling. Masks are mandatory throughout the country.
 

Poland


Can Canadians enter Poland?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now travel to Poland, with no additional restrictions.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Poland?
No, quarantine is not required for travelers coming from Canada.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Poland right now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering Poland, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Poland
Masks are no longer required outdoors when social distancing is possible. Children under 4 do not need to wear masks. Masks are still mandatory indoors. Fines from PLN500/£100 up to PLN 30,000 (£6,000) will be given to those who are not complying with the rules. Public transportation is operating with limited capacity. Taxis are available. Most businesses are open with limited capacity and enforcing strict hygiene. You may take off your mask while seated at a table in a restaurant.
 

Portugal


Can Canadians enter Portugal?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now travel to Portugal, with no additional restrictions.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Portugal?
No, quarantine is not required for travelers arriving from Canada.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Portugal right now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering Portugal, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible. Tests are required in Madeira and Azores.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Portugal
Masks are mandatory in public spaces, including public transportation. Public transport is operational with limited capacity. Restaurants need to close before 1:00 AM, while other businesses will close between 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM. Local regulations may apply, depending on the province. Most businesses are now open with limited capacity and enforcing social distancing, including museums and cultural spaces.
 

Romania


Can Canadians enter Romania?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now travel to Romania, with no additional restrictions.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Romania?
No, quarantine is not required for travelers coming from Canada.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Romania right now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering Romania, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Romania
Hotels and museums are open, but cultural sites and restaurants are closed again due to the recent wave of infections. People are required to wear a mask in indoor public spaces and outdoors when minimum distance cannot be ensured.
 

Rwanda


Can Canadians enter Rwanda?
Yes. Canadian citizens can enter Rwanda by air.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Rwanda?
Yes, new arrivals must quarantine for 24 hours at a designated hotel while waiting for their test results. Hotel reservations are required before entering Rwanda. Find more information about quarantine hotels in Rwanda here.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Rwanda now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 120 hours before their initial flight.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Rwanda
Most businesses are now open. Schools and bars remain closed. National parks are open, but negative tests are required for entry. Travelers need to cover the cost of the tests. Masks are mandatory in public spaces. There is a curfew from 9:00 PM to 5:00 AM. Only private transport between Kigali and other districts is permitted.
 

Saint Lucia


Can Canadians enter Saint Lucia?
Yes, Canadians may now visit Saint Lucia. All new arrivals must complete a Pre-Arrival Travel Registration Form that you can find here. Please print it and carry it with you.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Saint Lucia?
Yes, quarantine is mandatory for everyone outside the CARICOM travel bubble. Before your quarantine, you need to confirm a reservation with a designated hotel or a government designated-facility. Hotel guests may join water-based excursions organized by their hotels, but may not leave the hotels on foot or by vehicle.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, the negative PCR test should not be older than 7 days at the time of the arrival in Saint Lucia.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Saint Lucia
Travelers arriving to Saint Lucia from the Bubble Countries by sea do not need to quarantine if they present a negative PCR test dated no longer than 7 days prior to their arrival. Vessels arriving from outside the Caribbean Bubble are subject to quarantine. Passengers may not sit next to the driver’s seat in a taxi.
 

Saint Barthelemy


Can Canadians enter Saint Barthelemy?
Yes, Canadian citizens may now visit Saint Barthelemy.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Saint Barthelemy?
No, quarantine is not mandatory.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Saint Barthelemy now?
Yes, the test should not be older than 72 hours prior to the departure. Travelers must also present a sworn statement that they have no respiratory symptoms and that they are not aware of having been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the 14 days preceding the flight. Those who cannot present the sworn statement and the negative test will not be allowed to board by the airlines.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Saint Barthelemy
Masks are mandatory in public spaces and public transportation for everyone aged 11 and up. If your stay on the island is longer than 7 days, you will be asked to take a second PCR test on the 7th day of your trip. The test costs 135 euros and the test center is located on Rue Pitea in Gustavia.
 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines


Can Canadians enter Saint Vincent and the Grenadines?
Yes, Canadians can now enter Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. See full travel protocols here.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Saint Vincent and the Grenadines?
Yes, there is a mandatory 48 to 72 hours quarantine at a hotel recognized by the Tourism Authority. A fully paid hotel reservation is required prior to arrival. Travelers will then continue quarantine for 9 to 16 days in a hotel or home, depending on the Port Health Officer’s decision.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines now?
Yes, Canadians must show a negative test done maximum 5 days prior to arrival and then another test will be done after landing. Clearance is expected between 2 and 3 days.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Anyone who was in the CARICOM Bubble for over 14 days does not have to arrive at Saint Vincent and the Grenadines with a negative COVID-19 result. The Port Health Officer may still decide that a COVID-19 test is required on arrival. Travelers from sea will not need to quarantine if they provide documentation of a negative COVID-19 PCR test completed 3 to 5 days before arrival. There is no mandatory curfew. There are no restrictions on interstate or intercity travel.
 

Serbia


Can Canadians enter Serbia?
Yes, Canadian citizens may now visit Serbia. New arrivals need to complete the self-assessment test at e-zdravlje.gov.rs on the day of their arrival. The test should be retaken on the 10th day of your trip. Print or save the results of your self-assessment and follow instructions as provided.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Serbia?
No, quarantine is not mandatory for travelers coming from Canada.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
If the Canadian citizens are entering Serbia from the following countries, they need to present a negative PCR test taken in the previous 48 hours: North Macedonia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Serbia
Businesses are open, with social guidelines in place. Masks are required in public spaces. Most establishments serve customers until 9:00 PM. Establishments with outdoor seating may serve customers until 11:00 PM. There are no restrictions on domestic travel.
 

Slovakia


Can Canadians enter Slovakia?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now travel to Slovakia, with no additional restrictions.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Slovakia?
No, quarantine is not required for travelers arriving from Canada.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Slovakia right now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering Slovakia, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Slovakia
Most businesses are open with limited capacity and enforcing strict hygiene. There may be restrictions on opening hours. Public transportation is available, but masks are required. Masks are required in all public spaces, both indoors and outdoors.
 

Switzerland


Can Canadians enter Switzerland?
Yes, Canadian citizens can now travel to Switzerland, with no additional restrictions.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Switzerland?
No, quarantine is not required for travelers coming from Canada.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Switzerland right now?
PCR tests are not required for Canadians entering Switzerland, but travelers are encouraged to take the test whenever possible.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Switzerland
Masks are compulsory when social distancing is not possible. Masks are also required when using public transportation, in airports, and on all flights to and from Switzerland. Children under 12 are exempt from this rule.
 

Tanzania


Can Canadians enter Tanzania?
Canadian citizens are allowed to enter Tanzania at this time. There is a Health Surveillance Form that you need to complete and present to Port authorities when you arrive. It will be provided in the plane, or on whatever other mode of transportation you take.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Tanzania?
Canadian citizens are not required to quarantine when entering Tanzania.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Tanzania now?
Whether you are a resident or a foreigner, if your country or airline requires a negative COVID-19 test in order to travel, then this certificate will have to be presented when arriving in Tanzania. Visitors that exhibit signs and symptoms of COVID-19 will be screened further and could be subject to COVID-19 PCR tests.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Tanzania
There is no curfew. There are no restrictions on interstate or intercity travel. Commercial flights are currently operating. Public transportation is currently operating.
 

Turkey


Can Canadians enter Turkey?
Yes, Canadians are allowed to enter Turkey.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Turkey?
All passengers arriving in Turkey will be subject to screening. They will also be required to fill out an information form upon arrival. Any individual that is suspected of having COVID-19 will be taken to a hospital for further inspection. If any visitor tests positive for COVID-19, the information forms will be used to identify and locate anyone who has been in contact with them. These people will then need to quarantine for 14 days.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Turkey right now?
It is not mandatory unless you show signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Turkey
There is no curfew for foreign travelers, but local authorities may put in place additional COVID-19 restrictions, with little or no advance notice. There are no restrictions for traveling between provinces at the moment.
 

Turks and Caicos


Can Canadians enter Turks and Caicos?
Yes, Canadians are able to enter Turks and Caicos. All visitors are required to obtain pre-authorization through the TCI Assured Portal. Travelers must also have full medical insurance, covering air ambulance, prescriptions, hospitalizations, and so on.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Turks and Caicos?
Canadian citizens are not required to quarantine. That being said, anyone that exhibits symptoms, tested positive, or might have been exposed to COVID-19 will be forced to quarantine. This may last 14 days or longer, depending on when that person tests negative on a COVID-19 PCR test or is approved for medical repatriation. During this repatriation time the visitor will be monitored by a local health officer.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, a negative COVID-19 serology or PCR test is required to enter. The test must be from an accredited laboratory, and needs to have been taken 5 days or less before traveling to Turks and Caicos. Antibody and antigen tests are not accepted.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Turks and Caicos
There is no curfew. There are no restrictions on interstate or intercity travel. Commercial flights are operating. Public transportation is currently operating. Face coverings or masks are required in public spaces. Visitors are highly recommended to check for a TCI-assured symbol before using any form of public transportation, including car rentals.
 

United Arab Emirates


Can Canadians enter the United Arab Emirates?
Yes, Canadians can enter the UAE. Tourist visas are available.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering the United Arab Emirates?
Only travelers who test positive for COVID-19 symptoms may need to stay home or in a government facility for 14 days. Expenses are not covered.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling now?
Yes, all travelers to the UAE must have a negative PCR test from the last 96 hours to get on a plane. If you get the test at an entry point to the country, you need to cover the cost.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit United Arab Emirates
There is no curfew in the UAE, and traveling has been made easier. You can get a tourist visa to each Emirate, but you need to test negative for COVID-19 within 48 hours.
 

United Kingdom


Can Canadians enter the United Kingdom?
Yes, Canadian citizens may enter the UK.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering the United Kingdom?
The United Kingdom has a Travel Corridor system in place which lists countries that people can travel to and from the UK with no restrictions. If in the last two weeks you have been in a country outside of the ones listed, or are traveling to the UK from a country that is not on the list, a 14-day quarantine is mandatory (Canada is not on the list at the moment). Be aware that the Travel Corridor list is updated frequently here.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to the UK now?
No, the PCR test is not required.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit the United Kingdom
All travelers over 10 years old are required to wear masks on any public transportation, which includes taxis and other individual passenger vehicles.
 

Zambia


Can Canadians enter Zambia?
Yes, Canadian citizens can enter Zambia. All travelers must have a negative PCR test, done within 14 days before arriving.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for Canadians entering Zambia?
Yes, all travelers entering Zambia must quarantine for 14 days. You can choose to quarantine in a government facility, or a place of your choice. You would have to give the authorities contact information, so they can check up on you.
 
Is the PCR test mandatory for Canadians traveling to Zambia right now?
Yes, Zambia requires the PCR test from all new arrivals.
 
Other important information for Canadians who want to visit Zambia
There is no curfew at this time. There are also no restrictions on moving around the country. You can use public transportation, but you need to wear a mask in public.

 

These are the countries where Canadians can travel right now. Please remember that all information is subject to change. Most countries are changing their travel restrictions based on the evolution of the pandemic. We are updating this website constantly, but is it always a good idea to check the official website of the authorities in the country that you are planning to visit. Do they have any specific regulations concerning your point of departure?