Are you planning a trip to Latin America during the COVID-19 pandemic? Even though it isn't a requirement for entry, you can still travel to countries like Bolivia, Ecuador, the Falkland Islands, and Guyana. Costa Rica opened its borders to international arrivals early on and has been receiving many visitors from North America and Spain. To stay up to date on travel restrictions in your favorite destination country, subscribe to notifications. An impact scenario shows that the fall in tourism may cause total GDP growth in the Caribbean and Latin America to drop by 8 percentage points and 1 percentage point respectively, while total employment could decline by 7 percentage points in the Caribbean and 1 percentage point in Latin America. Guyana was one of the first countries in Latin America to reopen for international flights and offers experiences out of the ordinary.
Suriname is often combined with Guyana and French Guiana for travelers, so visitors are likely to remain limited until their borders are fully reopened. If you want to explore some of Latin America's most iconic destinations, now is the perfect time to start planning ahead. Regulations continue to evolve, especially for the unvaccinated, and changes are likely to occur between the time of booking and travel. If you're flying through another country, such as changing planes in Europe, Latin America, or the U. S., there may be additional requirements for your return flights. Those who are going to travel will be contacted 10 weeks before the departure date to share the latest local updates and discuss all available options.
Paraguay, one of the most enigmatic countries in South America, is once again welcoming adventurous travelers. For full details of current entry requirements and relevant links to UK documentation, see the FCDO Travel Advice for the relevant arrival country and the IATA Travel Centre, which provides comprehensive information for travellers around the world.