The welfare of our guests and staff, as well as that of the communities we visit, will always be paramount.
Here are some steps we have taken to make you be and feel safer in 2022:Read More
Before boarding a flight to the United States, all air passengers aged 2 and over, including US citizens and fully vaccinated people, are required by the CDC to have either:
Travellers to the Republic of Ireland are no longer required to show proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative PCR test result upon arrival.
⚠️ IMPORTANT: A Passenger Locator Form is no longer required for arrivals to the Republic of Ireland.
If your tour visits Northern Ireland, a Passenger Locator Form must be completed 3 days before you arrive. We are hopeful this requirement will be reviewed and removed shortly.Similar Questions
No. There is no need to quarantine when arriving in Ireland.
Quarantine measures in Ireland related to COVID-19 have now ended.Similar Questions
Northern Ireland has relaxed its restrictions and is open for business in the same manner as the Republic of Ireland.
Passengers no longer have to complete a UK Passenger Locator Form and there is no longer a requirement to take a pre-arrival test, irrespective of vaccination status.Similar Questions
Before flying home, US citizens require a negative result from an approved antigen or PCR COVID-19 test.
Smartcare Healthcare are our affiliated partner for pre-flight COVID-19 testing, in line with CDC requirements.Read More
EU residents can avail of an EU Digital Covid Certificate (DCC) when they travel within the European Union (EU) and six other European countries (Iceland, Liechenstein, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican City).
A DCC is proof that the carrier has either:Read More
Vaccines against COVID-19 are not required for travel to Ireland.
Ireland is open to travellers regardless of your vaccination status and whether your journey originates in the USA, Canada, Australia or elsewhere in the world.
Travellers to the Republic of Ireland are no longer required to show proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative PCR test result upon arrival.Similar Questions
The following vaccines are approved in the EU:
Travellers to the Republic of Ireland are no longer required to show proof of vaccination upon arrival.Similar Questions
A vaccine is not currently required to take either a Vagabond or Driftwood small-group tour of Ireland.
⚠️ IMPORTANT: We do require all guests to sign a pre-tour disclaimer affirming the lack of any COVID-19 symptoms.Similar Questions