Updated Jan 15, 2021
All passengers arriving to the United States on an International flight will need to have a negative COVID test result (NAAT or antigen test), taken within 3 days before your flight departure. You will be required to present documentation upon boarding your flight. We are currently assessing testing possibilities for all destinations.
See the CDC's posting of this information and to learn more details here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-air-travel.html
As a company we are working diligently to respond to recent announcements and assist our affected travelers to rebook travel or shift plans as needed. We are reaching out first to those travelers set to depart in the next three weeks, and will continue to address trips scheduled for further out systematically. If you need to speak with us urgently, you may email your original Trip Planner and Operations Coordinator, or call our main line to schedule a time.
Please see below region by region updates as we receive them. Summary texts are accurate and may conflict with Embassy link information. We update this as we get word from our local offices. Often this information will be updated to Embassy pages a day or two delayed.
IATA Coronavirus Travel Regulations Map
Adventure Life is concerned for the health and safety of its travelers and is carefully monitoring the recent developments of coronavirus (COVID-19), reviewing information from international health authorities, and maintaining communication with our networks in destinations around the world. We acknowledge that many of you are not traveling to coronavirus-impacted destinations, but we feel it is important to inform all of you. There is information here that you can share with your family and community; please also refer to our Frequently Asked Questions
for coronavirus-related travel advice.
The US Center for Disease Control
and the World Health Organization
have coronavirus-dedicated websites.
In order to provide you with the most up to date information on COVID-19 please view the information below and visit the US embassy's
web page for the country you are in, or will be traveling to. Information provided is based on countries that have known travel bans and restrictions.
Currently borders are still closed to international visitors. Upon reopening, all travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours for entry and complete an electronic affidavit within the 48 hours prior to boarding.
Borders are open and negative PCR test must be presented taken within 3-10 days (see embassy website for specific requirements linked in title). Those without a test will be subject to quarantine.
Borders are open. Travelers must PCR test lab results administered by a reputable lab showing negative test results in Portuguese, Spanish, or English taken within 72 hours of boarding the flight for entry to Brazil and complete a Traveler's Health Declaration form.
Currently borders are open. Visitors must present electronic affidavit
completed less than 48 hours prior to boarding, present negative COVID PCR test taken within 72 hours, and show proof of health insurance policy that provides coverage for COVID during your stay with a minimum of $30,000 USD coverage. Documentation must be presented upon arrival. As of Dec 31st, all travelers arriving to Chile must complete an obligatory 10 day quarantine upon arrival and can only be released after a negative PCR test conducted on the 7th day or later (quarantine while awaiting test results is also required).
Borders are open. Visitors must complete a Check-Mig
form and comply with follow up health checks using CoronAPP while in country.
Borders are open with proof of medical coverage and negative COVID PCR test taken within 10 days of arrival. Travel to Galapagos Islands are permitted with negative COVID PCR test taken within 96 hours of arrival. Additional in-country tests can be obtained with 24 hour turn around time.
Borders are open, however as of Jan 4, 2021, the Peru government is requiring a 14 day quarantine for any travelers arriving to the country. A negative COVID test no older than 72 hours will be required for departure. A negative antigen test result, or a medical certificate of epidemiological discharge issued within 72 hours prior to departure may also be accepted. Children under age 12 with a medical certificate of good health are exempt. Travelers must complete this Declaration Form
72 hours prior to departure (please note - the United States is EE.UU on this form).
Borders remain closed to international travel through Jan 10, 2021. Upon reopening, all travelers must provide a negative COVID PCR test taken 72 hours prior to travel and submit an affidavit 14 days prior to admission. Travelers must present proof of medical coverage upon entry.
Canada continues to restrict non essential travel until Sept.21. This includes tourism and recreational travel.
Alaska is currently in Phase 3 of reopening. A negative COVID test taken within 72 hours is required for entry, along with a Travel Declaration and Self-Isolation Plan are required for entry. The National Parks Service is delaying the openings of certain national parks, preserves and monuments, and changing operations at parks nationwide due to concerns over the Coronavirus. Visitor service to Glacier Bay National Park
is partially open.
Borders are open. Travelers arriving from COVID infected countries may be subject to health screening (and possible quarantine) upon arrival.
Borders are open. Travelers must download the Belize Health App and complete information 96 hours prior to arrival. Also travelers must present a negative COVID PCR test taken 72 hours prior to arrival. Travelers may be subject to random screening upon arrival and/or quarantine if they exhibit symptoms while in country. To see more details regarding reopening policies and procedures, you can visit the Belize Tourism Board
Borders are open. Travelers must complete a Health Pass
48 hours prior to arrival. Travelers must present proof of travel insurance including coverage for COVID. See more details online here
Borders are open. Travelers must present a negative COVID PCR test or Antigen test taken within 96 hours (children under age 10 are exempt) or be subject to 14 day quarantine. Travelers from UK or South Africa may be denied entry or subject to a quarantine upon arrival. Travelers must complete a Health Pass
24 hours prior to arrival. This will generate a QR code which must be presented upon arrival.
Borders are open. Travelers must present a negative COVID PCR test taken within 72 hours.
Borders are open. Travelers must present a negative COVID PCR test taken within 48 hours. Travelers without a test must take one at the airport at their own expense ($50) and may be required to quarantine if the results come back positive.Travelers must also complete a Health Declaration
EUROPE & MEDITERRANEAN
Entry for tourism is not permitted at this time. Previous requirements: a negative COVID PCR test is required for entry taken within 48 hours. Masks are also required for all people while in public spaces. Those without a negative PCR test upon arrival (or one older than 48 hours) are ordered to isolation and must take a local PCR test again. Travelers must complete a Enter Croatia Form
and present it upon arrival.
The country has only opened borders for tourism to specific countries, with the United States excluded. Travelers must present a negative COVID PCR test taken within 48 hours to be exempt from quarantine (note some German states require a second negative test in order to obtain exemption).
The country has only opened borders for tourism to specific countries, with the United States excluded. Travelers must present a negative COVID PCR test taken within 72 hours. All travelers must complete a Passenger Locator Form
24 hours prior to arrival.
Borders remain closed to non-essential travel and are only open for other purpose to specific EU nations. See current information here
Borders remain closed to most countries and travelers. A negative COVID PCR test is required for entry or to be completed within 24 hours of arrival.
Travel for tourism is currently prohibited. All travelers must complete a Self Declaration Form
. All travelers must self isolate for 14 days upon arrival unless from an exempt country. Travelers to these regions must register in advance on their websites: Sardinia, Siciliy, Apulia, Calabria.
The border is open however recently imposed lockdown measures are in place. All travelers arriving must present a completed Public Health Passenger Locator Form
The country has restricted entry to foreign nationals.
The country has restricted entry to foreign nationals. The government is not issuing tourist visas at this time. All arriving travelers are subject to mandatory screening or testing upon arrival (which may involve a local fee).
The country has restricted entry to most foreign nationals. Any excepted arrivals are subject to a mandatory 14 day quarantine.
The country has restricted entry to all foreign nationals.
The country has restricted entry to foreign nationals unless you possess a valid residence permit.
Borders are open as of Nov 9, 2020. A negative COVID PCR test taken in the 72 hours prior to departure is required for entry. If symptomatic, or no test, then a subsequent health screening upon arrival and quarantine will be required. A negative COVID PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure is required for departure from Botswana.
Borders are open. A 7 day quarantine is required upon arrival. A negative COVID PCR test required for passengers arriving at Bole International airport taken within the prior 120 hours (children less than 12 years are exempt from the test requirement). A rapid test will not be allowed.
Borders are open. A negative PCR COVID test is required taken within 96 hours. A digitally verified Trusted Travel (TT) code
is also required. See here
for entry instructions. Passengers are subject to health screening checks upon arrival. Any travelers exhibiting symptoms or lacking a negative PCR COVID test will be placed in a mandatory 14 day quarantine. Travelers from specific states are also required to quarantine for 14 days. Travelers must complete the Travelers Health Surveillance Form
. Use the QR code received from the link to submit to authorities to proceed through immigration.
Borders are open. A negative COVID PCR no older than 72 hours upon check in for the flight must be presented to board. If the test is older than 72 hours, but less than 7 days, the traveler will be required to go into a mandatory 7 day quarantine upon arrival at travelers' expense. On arrival, travelers must go through health-screening and complete this Health Questionnaire
prior to arrival.
Borders are open. Land borders between Uganda & Rwanda remain closed. Travelers must complete a Passenger Locator Form
before entry. Travelers must present a negative RT-PCR COVID test obtained within 120 hours prior to arrival. Travelers must also take another test upon arrival at their expense from a designated hotel ($60). They must quarantine for 8-24 hours in their hotel while awaiting the results of this test. A negative PCR test will be required upon departure as well, and will require the necessary 24 hour waiting period for results to depart. The only accepted test is the SARS-CoV 2 Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) performed within 120 hours before departure. Travelers should book and pay for their tests at least 2 days prior to departure through the online platform available on www.rbc.gov.rw
Borders are open. A negative COVID-19 test result not older than 72 hours from the time of departure will be required for entry. Screening upon arrival. Arrival without a PCR test or with flu-like symptoms will result in mandatory quarantine at travelers' expense. Travelers will be asked to add the South African Government Contact Alert app while traveling in the country.
Borders are open. A negative COVID test is required upon arrival if the airline requires it. Health screening upon arrival may result in additional testing (but no mandatory quarantine).
Borders are open. Land borders between Uganda & Rwanda remain closed. Tourists are permitted to enter provided they have a negative PCR COVID test taken within 120 hours of arrival in the origin country. Health screening upon arrival. Any exhibiting flu-like symptoms with fever over 37.5 will be put in an isolation center or required to evacuate at own cost. A PCR COVID test may be required (with certain airlines) for departure as well, taken within 120 hours of departure.
Borders are open however tourist visas are currently 'canceled'. Travelers must present negative PCR test taken in the previous 7 days or you will be denied entry. Tourists are expected to wear masks and keep a 1-metre (about 3 feet) physical distance. Temperature checks will be conducted upon arrival and travelers exhibiting symptoms may be re-tested at the airport before entry is allowed. Travelers leaving Zambia are required to present certificate for negative PCR test taken in the previous 14 days in Zambia only if traveling with an airline or flying to a country that requires this test.
Borders are open to tourism but travelers must adhere to guidelines and protocols including negative PCR test taken 48 hours prior to arrival, temperature check on arrival, and mandatory wearing of masks. Tests are available at the airport with 2 hour turn around time for ($60). If tests comes back positive, travelers will be required to quarantine at medical facility (if symptomatic) or at a lodge or hotel (if asymptomatic).
Borders remain closed to most foreign nationals with few exceptions approved by the Public Health Authority
. Currently all travelers are required to quarantine for 10 days upon arrival.
New Zealand/Cook Islands
Borders remain closed to all foreign travelers except those from Australia.
Borders remain closed to foreign nationals except those from New Zealand.
Updated March 6, 2020
Upcoming Adventure Life trips to mainland China have been canceled. Some countries and cruise suppliers are taking precautions to protect visitors and are restricting access to travelers who reside in, visited, or transited mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Iran, and any municipality in Italy subject to lockdown (quarantine) measures by the Italian Government. This restriction is enforced within determined time frames (commonly 14-30 days) prior to arrival at their borders. A list of country restrictions compiled by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) can be found here
. Please contact your operations coordinator if you have plans to travel to these areas listed above within 30 days of the start of your Adventure Life trip
Many of you are contacting us and your travel insurance carriers to ask about travel insurance’s coverage of coronavirus. It is important to note that fear of travel, travel advisories and destinations being inaccessible due to this illness are not
covered risks under common travel policies. Insurance will cover medical assistance and evacuation if you fall ill or if contracting the illness forces you to cancel/interrupt your trip. Plans where the Cancel for Any Reason
upgrade has been purchased may allow travelers to cancel their trip according to the terms of the plan.