Israel will next week reopen to all foreign tourists, regardless of vaccination status, it has been confirmed. Vaccination certificates will be replaced with pre-departure and arrival PCR testing.
International tourists who have been fully-vaccinated and received the recommended booster vaccine may now enter Papua New Guinea. Princess Anne will visit Papua New Guinea in April.
The destination now accepts either a negative antigen test result taken one day before travel to Grenada or a 72-hour pre-departure PCR test from travellers.
Jamaica has sought to showcase its offering to the world during national day celebrations at Expo 2020. A high-level delegation was headed by senator Kamina Johnson Smith, minister of foreign affairs.
Tourism Australia has launched a campaign to encourage travellers to book their next big holiday to Australia, as borders re-open to all fully vaccinated tourists and other visitors on Monday.
Saint Lucia is regularly heralded as one of the most romantic places on earth and this month marks the launch a full campaign dedicated to romance.
The industry is expected to make a £192 billion contribution to the economy this year, though this is still down by a fifth on pre-pandemic levels.
From Monday, UK travellers aged between 12 and 17 can present a negative Covid-19 PCR test, taken within 72 hours of arrival to Spain, as an alternative to having been fully vaccinated.
ABTA says hundreds of thousands of people will be heading abroad this half term for winter sun and ski trips, as families look to make the most of the relaxation of travel rules.
All border restrictions are being dropped from next Thursday, along with the requirement to complete a Travel Tracker for those travelling into the islands.
Visit Portugal has confirmed fully-vaccinated UK citizens can now enter the country without needing to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test.
Ineffective travel restrictions imposed by the UK government to combat Omicron caused an estimated £7 billion loss to the UK economy last year, the body argues.