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Covid-19 Travel Restrictions
Travel to Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan & beyond
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Covid-19 Travel Restrictions

Travel to Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan & beyond
Reviewed and valid: 05/12/2022.
 

ARMENIA

You can now travel to Armenia. Air and land borders are open subject to the restrictions detailed below.
 
Upon entering the territory of the Republic of Armenia all travellers except for children under 1 year will be asked to provide either:
  • a negative PCR test confirmation taken not earlier than 72 hours or
  • a certificate confirming complete vaccination against COVID-19 with 2 dosages and the second dosage taken at least 14 days before entering the country. The certificate should be in Armenian, Russian or English printed on the official letterhead.
If you cannot provide any of those documents, you will be subject to PCR screening at the airport and mandatory isolation until the negative result will be obtained.

Official information - https://armenia.travel/us/covid19-traveler-information
   

GEORGIA

You can now travel to Georgia. Air and land borders are open subject to the restrictions detailed below:

Upon entering the territory of Georgia all travellers except for children under 10 years will be asked to provide either:
  • a negative PCR test confirmation taken not earlier than 72 hours or
  • a certificate confirming the full course (two doses, one dose in case of Johnson & Johnson) of any COVID-19 vaccination.
Official information:
https://mfa.gov.ge/MainNav/CoVID-19-sakitkhebi/sazgvris-kvetis-regulaciebi.aspx?lang=en-US
   

AZERBAIJAN

You can now travel to Azerbaijan by air. Borders are open subject to the restrictions detailed below.
Currently nationals of the EU, UK, USA and some other countries are allowed to visit Azerbaijan (by air, land border is closed). Travellers must present at the border control:
  • an official document issued by the relevant country (COVID Passport) on complete vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 for passengers over 18 years of age and
  • an official document confirming the negative result of the PCR test for COVID-19 issued within 72 hours before the arrival flight.
Passengers aged 1 to 18 years must present a negative PCR test taken not earlier than 72 hours before departure. 
 
COVID passports and PCR tests are not required for children under 1 year of age.

Official information - https://azerbaijan.travel/covid-19-en
   

TURKEY

You can now travel to Turkey. Borders are open subject to the restrictions detailed below.

Upon entering the territory of Turkey all travellers except for children under 11 years will be asked to provide:
  • a negative PCR test confirmation taken not earlier than 72 hours or
  • a rapid antigen test taken not earlier than 48 hours before entry or
  • a certificate confirming the full course of COVID-19 vaccination. At least 14 days must have passed since your second dose of the vaccine and the vaccine must be approved by the Turkish Ministry of Health or World Health Organization or
  • a proof of a recent recovery from COVID-19 within the last six months. You’ll need to show evidence of a positive PCR test (taken more than 14 days and less than six months ago). You will not need to take an additional COVID-19 test.
You will need to complete the online form 72 hours before travelling, to enter Turkey if aged 6 and over - https://register.health.gov.tr
   

IRAN

You can now travel to Iran. Borders are open subject to the restrictions detailed below.

All passengers arriving into Iran by air are required to hold a valid health certificate, issued by the health authorities of the country of departure. This must contain a COVID-19 molecular test performed by an approved centre of the departure country, carried out within 96 hours of entry into Iran.

You will need to provide contact details on arrival in Iran.
   

YOUR SAFETY

Your safety is our highest priority and is central to the preparation and arrangement of all our tours. All travellers are advised to read the FCO travel advice for the country they are travelling to.