Abu Dhabi to end quarantine measures from July 1
Abu Dhabi to end quarantine measures from July 1

Abu Dhabi to end quarantine measures from July 1

Abu Dhabi has announced it’s ending its quarantine measures from July 1 which also includes travel between Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

At present, all international visitors to Abu Dhabi have to quarantine for 10 after arriving in the UAE’s capital.

But that’s all set to change from July 1 after reports from the current Arabian Travel Market exhibition as they look to make Abu Dhabi more “tourist-friendly”,

Abu Dhabi plans to extend its green list of countries which currently stands at 22 including Australia, the UK, Japan, and Saudi Arabia.

Travellers coming from countries not on the green list would need to have two tests before arrival. One before they travel and another on arrival in Abu Dhabi.

Travel corridor opens between UAE and Greece

Good news – great news, even! – for those looking to get away this summer as a travel corridor has opened up between the UAE and Greece.

Which means that UAE travelers can travel quarantine-free to Greece for holiday. Woohoo!

You will need to be fully vaccinated and follow strict Covid-19 air travel precautions. You’ll need to give proof of your vaccine via your Dubai Health Authority or Al Hosn apps.

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If you have been vaccinated and fancy some fun in Greece, you can start booking your flights from tomorrow, Tuesday, May 18.

The UAE has also set up also another travel corridor with Seychelles. Both Etihad and Emirates fly to the islands off the east coast of Africa. And the weather and beaches are picture-perfect at the moment.