There are still thousands of adults who have not been fully-vaccinated who may want to head to the sun this summer.
Some European nations have indicated unvaccinated travellers from the UK will be welcome, provided they can produce proof of a negative PCR test result.
However, unvaccinated passengers returning from amber or red list countries will be forced to quarantine for 10 days on arrival back in the UK and take tests on day two and day eight.
The UK Government had been considering a new amber watchlist for nations at risk of being moved into the red group which requires hotel quarantine on return for 10 days at a cost of £1,750 for an adult. But it now appears that this option has been dumped.
Here are some of the travel options open to those who have not been double-jabbed:
British holidaymakers who can provide a negative PCR test issued within 48 hours of arrival are allowed.
Unvaccinated travellers returning to the UK will need to quarantine for 10 days upon their return and take tests on day two and day eight because Spain is in the amber category.
This includes the Balearic Islands (Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera) and the Canaries.
Travel to the Portuguese mainland is outlawed for unvaccinated travellers, but Madeira will still allow visitors who have not been jabbed.
Holidaymakers must present proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival and complete and submit a travel questionnaire before departure.
Unvaccinated travellers can enter the country with proof of either a negative Covid-19 antigen test, issued within 48 hours of arrival, a negative PCR test issued taken 72 hours of arrival. An alternative is a doctor’s certificate of recovery following a positive test result between 11 and 180 days prior to visiting.
Croatia is currently on the green watchlist, but this category may soon be abolished.
Holidaymakers who have not been jabbed can enter with proof of a negative PCR test issued within 72 hours of arrival. Alternatives include proof of a negative Covid-19 rapid antigen test from an authorised laboratory, undertaken within the 48 hour period before arrival, or evidence of recovery from Covid-19.
The NHS does not provide proof of recovery certificates but Greece will accept evidence of a positive Covid-19 PCR test result taken within 30 to 180 days of travel dates.
Proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to departure must be produced, and unvaccinated holidaymakers must then take another PCR test before leaving the arrival airport.
Travellers staying more than a week must take additional PCR or rapid antigen tests every seven days, unless able to provide proof of contracted coronavirus in the past six months.
The nation is currently on the UK red list which means non-essential travel is not recommended.
Visitors to Turkey must have proof of a negative PCR test taken within the 72 hours before arrival, plus a medical checks at the arrival airport, including random testing arrival.
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Anyone from the UK who has been in Turkey will be forced into government approved hotel quarantine on retunr at their own expense.
Amber-list Mexico requires visitors to complete a health declaration form and scan the QR code it produces upon arrival.
There is currently no requirement to provide a negative PCR test or quarantine on arrival, though many resorts ask guests to complete health questionnaires.
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