The Pacific Islands continue to open for tourism, with the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu both set to open to travellers from July 1.
The Solomon Islands government confirmed the borders would open for the fully vaccinated, however, initially three days of quarantine and a negative RAT test will still be required.
Acting CEO of Tourism Solomons, Dagnal Dereveke, said: “Our tourism sector has taken the front foot and is well ahead of other segments of the population in terms of Covid-readiness.
“All we need are our international guests to start arriving.”
Vanuatu’s tourism office has confirmed all that will be required for entry is a negative RAT test within 24 hours of departure or a certificate of Covid recovery from within 28 days of departure.
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