Informative letter from Catherine, Director of Mai Globe Travels Agency
I hope you and your family are safe and well during these difficult times. Tourism and travel have been hit hard by the pandemic, but, with time, we will be able to explore our beautiful globe again. In the meantime, the safety of our travelers and team is our top priority. We made sure that our guests on tour in the last few months enjoyed their vacations and returned safely to their home countries. With no guests currently, and to stay safe, our Sri Lanka and Vietnam teams are working remotely. We are here for you, working hard to help you plan future travel projects, develop existing itineraries, and, if necessary, help you adjust plans for trips affected by the pandemic. We may not be able to go anywhere right now, but we can plan our dream vacation for when we can.
Almost all the trips planned in August have been cancelled. The decision to travel or not will depend on travel restrictions, government regulations, and the recommendations of international health authorities. As of today, many borders are still closed, and our destinations have restrictions that do not allow entry to foreign travelers. If this situation continues, and affects your travel plans, we will work with you to postpone your trip (within 12 months from your departure date).
Sri Lanka may reopen its borders some time in August, 2020. For now, we do not have a precise date. Do not hesitate to consult us for the new measures related to the entry into the territory.
Travel will be possible again. In the meantime, dream, plan your vacation, rest and take care.
Thank you for your support and loyalty,
SITUATION PER COUNTRY (updated on 08/14/2020)
Since the 26th of May, Sri Lanka is no longer in lockdown and may reopen its borders some time in August, 2020. Do not hesitate to consult us for the new measures related to the entry into the territory.
- Reported cases: 2882
- Recovered: 2658
- Deaths: 11
Entry to Vietnam is prohibited to all travelers from abroad. On April 1st, confinement has been implemented throughout the national territory. Since April 23rd, the country gradually unravels.
- Reported cases: 911
- Recovered: 430
- Deaths: 21
The Maldives is opening its border and lifting travel restrictions starting from July 15, 2020. A conﬁrmed booking in a tourist establishment registered with the Ministry of Tourism, prior to travelling to the Maldives is mandatory.
- Reported cases: 5494
- Recovered: 2920
- Deaths: 21
Please consult and check the following link to see the real-time situation in other destinations.
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