TTG Asia reports that the island nation of Sri Lanka will welcome inbound tourist starting January 21, following the success of their so-called “bio bubble” travel pilot program. Visitors to Sri Lanka need to apply for a visa with proof of a hotel booking, negative PCR test that’s not more than 4 days old, and insurance with US$50,000 in coverage. Additional PCR tests for COVID-19 must be taken after 1 and 2 weeks respectively, and must be pre-paid. During the first 14 days of travel, tourist are restricted to one of 40 certified hotels and can only visit 14 approved attractions. After 14 days the restrictions are lifted.

TTG Asia: Sri Lanka Opens Quarantine-free Travel This Week