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Honeymoon Options (unvaccinated)

Stella, on February 1, 2022 at 11:15 AM Posted in Honeymoon 0 5
Would love to hear some ideas about travel options (flying from the US) and any restrictions you’ve experienced/heard of:


Latest activity by Samantha, on February 3, 2022 at 10:53 AM
  • Cece
    Rockstar October 2023
    Cece ·
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    Requirements are changing literally daily, so it’d be hard to accurately predict what regulations will be in place in the weeks or months to come. I think one of the main things to keep in mind is that the U.S. is strictly enforcing negative testing to re-enter the country. So if you leave the country, then test positive, you will be stuck quarantining in whatever country you are in.
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    Savvy May 2022
    Tiffany ·
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    Do you have an ideal month and scenery in mind? Europe is requiring vaccinations, but given your wedding is still months away, things can certainly change, especially if you are looking at a summer 2023 honeymoon. I would recommend picking a few months and a budget first. Mexico or the Bahamas are open if you are willing to take a covid test before flying. If you are wanting to go to a country in Europe or another location, you could always wait it out for things to change and plan on a 1 or 2 year anniversary trip and do a mini-moon trip. Some other countries may allow entry, but they may have strict quarantine protocol so depending on your trip length, it may not be worth it to have to be stuck in a hotel for 3-7+ days. Hawaii is also a popular honeymoon spot and you only need to provide a negative test 24 hours prior.

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    Super December 2020
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    There are so many restrictions and they do change all the time.
    Mexico seems to be a safe bet as they have never required vaccines. They also currently don’t require testing but who knows if that will change.

    You will need to test negative before going back to the US.
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  • Rosie
    Master February 2022
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    Another thing I've seen too, is not just vaccinated - but 3 shots to be considered fully vaxxed. So I think you'll have issues getting into just about any country without any, and as the others have said, will run into issues returning if you test positive.

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  • Samantha
    Super May 2022
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    As of right now, the Dominican Republic does not require a vaccine. We just have to test negative to get back into the states, which our resort does for us for free Smiley smile

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