Where can I travel unvaccinated?
Date: 01 MAR 22
Iceland is the first country that is allowing unvaccinated travellers to enter restriction free. Passengers do not need to do any pre-departure testing when entering Iceland but will have to do a PCR/Lateral Flow Test 2 days before entering the UK as well as completing a passenger locator form and doing a Day 2 PCR on their return.
Mexico is also open to un-vaccinated travellers. Passengers are no longer required to fill in the Health Declaration Form. Returning passengers to the UK must follow the standard entry requirements (test before departure, locator form and day 2 test).
Anyone from the UK can travel to Norway for tourism purposes. Passengers no longer need to fill out the locator form or do a test on arrival. The exception to this is visitors to the Svalbard region where visitors must show proof of a negative test or present a Covid certificate.
Lithuania is not requiring any testing to be done prior to arrival. This applies to both vaccinated and un-vaccinated passengers. Standard UK protocols apply for unvaccinated travellers when returning.
Passengers entering Greece that are not vaccinated need to a PCR/Lateral Flow Test before arrival and fill in the Greek Passenger Locator Form. Proof of recovery from Covid 19 is also accepted. You may also be subject to a lateral flow test on arrival.
You can travel to Spain for leisure and tourism if you can show that you have recoverd from Covid in the last 6 months.
UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi)
Rules differ depending on where you enter the UAE. Abu Dhabi requires a negative PCR test to be completed ON ARRIVAL. Dubai MAY ask you to complete a PCR Test on arrival but also requires a test to be completed within 48 hours of arrival.
Jordan currently has no restrictions on entry with pre-departure tests and testing on arrival being scrapped from 1st March 2022.
RULES ARE CHANGING ALL THE TIME - PLEASE CHECK THE COUNTRIES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS BEFORE YOU BOOK AT THE UK GOVERNMENT WEBSITE https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice