These are some of the countries you can enter without restriction
Many countries have closed borders denying entry to foreigners due to the pandemic. Although it has been a preventive measure, many have chosen to allow entry with or without a vaccine against covid 19. The vaccine has become a requirement for the reopening of tourism in many countries, however, if you are not vaccinated there are many alternatives. Countries like the United States do not ask for proof of vaccination to enter only one test, while countries like Mexico do not request proof; There are several countries to which you can travel without vaccination, but remember that admission to many depends on your nationality and the country from which you are traveling. Check which ones you can enter even if you are not vaccinated:
Malta: It is one of the EU countries that allows access to people from all over the world, however, in order to enter you must have been at least 14 days before in one of the countries that are considered safe.
Montenegro: Travelers who have already received both doses of the vaccine can enter Montenegro. The country is also open to visitors with a negative Covid-19 test performed in the last 72 hours.
Mexico: It is one of the few countries in the world that did not close borders during the pandemic and that has minimum entry requirements: only a questionnaire. It does not request tests or vaccines to enter the country. There has been talk of starting to ask for proof or proof of vaccination to enter some tourist establishments in Quintana Roo, but it is not yet operating.
Costa Rica: this country does not require proof of vaccination or Covid-19 tests for entry. However, it is required to purchase travel insurance if you are not vaccinated. The vaccines considered in Costa Rica are: Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson.
United States: You do not need to be vaccinated to travel to the United States. In fact, vaccinated or not, you will need to present a PCR or antigen test when boarding your plane. It is also important to travel from a country that is considered safe.
Serbia: It is another of the countries that are once again open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers. In the case of not vaccinated, a PCR test will need to be presented, while those vaccinated can present their proof. The vaccines are recognized: Pfizer, Sputnik V, Sinofarm and AstraZeneca.
Albania: According to official IATA information, it is already possible to travel to Albania from July 1 regardless of your nationality. There are no entry requirements and the country is open for tourism.
Belize: The country already receives travelers from all over the world. If you have not been vaccinated, you can present a PCR, but if you already have the vaccine at least two weeks before your arrival, you will no longer need to present other tests. This does not replace the use of the application: Belize Health App.
Bahamas: This place receives unvaccinated travelers from all over the world as long as they present a PCR test upon entry. In case of being vaccinated, proof of vaccination can be presented instead of proof.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Travelers entering Bosnia and Herzegovina are not required to be vaccinated, but must present a medical certificate proving a negative result for COVID-19 in PCR issued within 48 hours prior to arrival.
Turkey: It is possible to travel to Turkey without being vaccinated, however the requirements vary from country to country. To this we must add that there are some countries prohibited from entering such as India or Brazil.