These 8-Latin American and Caribbean Countries Removed All Entry Requirements

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April 15. With more than thirty countries across the world having removed all of their entry requirements for travelers – 8 of these countries are located in Latin America and the Caribbean, just a stone’s throw away for eager vacationers.

Mexico was one of the first nations on the planet to remove all of its entry requirements for international visitors.

Costa Rica removed all of its remaining entry requirements – meaning that travelers can once again put all of their focus onto the places they want to visit in this stunning rainforested nation, located in Central America.

El Salvador was one of the first nation’s to reopen for tourism, with no vaccination or testing requirements.

Becoming the 27th country to remove all of its remaining entry requirements, visitors can now enter Argentina once again without having to show proof of vaccination or undergo Covid-19 testing.

Jamaica had become the latest country to remove all of its entry requirements for tourists.

Becoming the 16th country in the world to remove all of its entry requirements for travelers – the Caribbean nation of Aruba can once again be visited just as it was in pre-covid times.

Last month, another Dutch Caribbean island – Curaçao – became the 13th nation in the world to remove its remaining entry requirements for international visitors.

Grenada had become the 25th nation to remove its remaining entry requirements for international visitors.

Source: Travel off Path

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