Travelling is fun, when you have the proper knowledge and you are aware of common tips for traveling, hence to ease and make travel fun for our travelers, Nitsa Holidays is listing down some of the common frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) that every traveler must be aware of. Remaining aware of common travelling rules has rapidly taken pace since the onset of the pandemic, hence listed below are some of the common FAQ’s on how to travel following all the guidelines.
- Can I travel, if I have been recently diagnosed with COVID-19?
Yes, if you had COVID-19 in the past 3 months, follow all requirements and recommendations that have been laid down for fully vaccinated travelers. You can show recovery documentation of covid-19 instead of presenting a negative test result. As already mentioned, in our blogs on travel guidelines for Dubai and Maldives, you can check the travel guidelines post-COVID-19. However; rules and regulations are subject to change as per the concerned state government.
- Is wearing a mask mandatory on flights, and other transportations?
Strictly yes, wearing a mask over your nose and mouth is mandatory, whether you are in flight, public transports, buses, and other public forms of transportation.
- Is it important to be rich, to travel the world?
No, especially when you are travelling with Nitsa Holidays as your travel partner, you need to worry about cost, as our packages are always pocket-friendly. The beauty and enjoyment of travel are accessible to everyone, in some form. You don’t have to invest all your savings to experience a new culture.
- What are the travel conditions for travel to Maldives, post-COVID?
If you are going to the Maldives, you might be asked to undergo a COVID-19 PCR test before you leave.
Eligibility for travel
Tourists visiting the Maldives must have a confirmed hotel reservation for their stay at one of the Maldives’ registered tourist facilities. The option of obtaining a visa on arrival is now available. Extended validity machine-readable travel documents/passports will not be approved for travel to the Maldives.
Regardless of vaccination status, all travellers must submit a certificate of a negative PCR Test performed within 96 hours before departure, clearly displaying the name and address of the laboratory as well as the date of the sample taken.
The results must be attached to the Traveler Health Declaration form, which must be filed online at least 24 hours before departure.
Passengers arriving in Dubai from India will be required to take another COVID-19 PCR Test on arrival at Dubai International Airport.
- What are some of the necessary items one needs to carry while travelling?
Must carry items have changed for all travellers, post corona. Some of the necessary items one need to carry are: Passport, Sanitizer, Mask, sleeping bag liner, comfortable and light shoes, Travel pillow, phone/laptop charger, water bottle, Medicines, sun cream.