Which holiday destinations are on the green list?

Greenlist countries %26 Destinations · Barbados · Antigua · Grenada · Madeira · Croatia · Bermuda · Cayman Islands · Anguilla. MORE countries have been added to the UK's green travel list, opening up more holiday destinations to the British. Here is the full list of places that are not on the travel ban list. Regarding the degradation of countries from green to amber, Tim White identified Antigua %26 Barbuda, Grenada, Dominica, Croatia, Iceland, Israel and Madeira as potential candidates to be removed from the green list.

The spread of Covid-19 has made it difficult to book holidays and international travel, and ever-changing information about vaccines, border closures and flight routes is confusing even for the most informed travelers. Malta, Madeira and the Balearic Islands have been included in the Government's green travel list, which means that you can visit these destinations without having to quarantine on your return from 30 June. The director of the Croatian National Tourist Office, Kristjan Staničić, described the destination as “the top of the safest and most desirable tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. There are now 43 destinations in total that have green status, and returning travellers face the slightest restrictions on entry to the UK, regardless of vaccination status: only a lateral flow test before departure and a two-day PCR test after arrival, no need for quarantine if the results are negatives.

The UK government's “green list” of travel is its selection of countries considered safest for travel to and from. Scots can travel to several green countries without needing to isolate themselves upon return, and completely punctured people coming from amber list destinations no longer need to quarantine. Green-listed destinations mean quarantine-free travel when non-essential international travel from England became legal on May 17.There are 36 territories on the green list, many of which currently do not allow British travelers to enter or are impossible to reach directly, so they need to travel through an amber country. International destinations have been added to the green, amber and red lists based on Covid risks associated with travel to and from them.