Sri Lanka considers August holidays go-ahead
Government to rule on Covid-19 proposals
Sri Lanka is drawing up plans to resume tourism
Sri Lanka is considering plans to begin a controlled relaunch of the country’s tourism sector in August.
Sri Lanka is considering detailed proposals about whether to open the country up to small groups, staying in approved accommodation that meets strict Covid-19 health and safety guidelines.
Tourists would also be required to hold a booking with a Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority-registered agency such as TFG, the owners of Red Dot Tours, and to possess a return air ticket.
The 80-page document has been put forward to president Gotabaya Rajapaksa for consideration ahead of a proposed managed resumption of holiday travel on August 1.
But this does not solve issues from countries such as the UK which, as things stand, are suppressing a tourism restart by insisting on a 14-day quarantine on return.
Kimali Fernando, chair of Sri Lanka’s Tourism Promotion…
This is only a snippet of a Sri Lanka Travel Article written by David Hopps
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