South American countries begin opening for travel

Though South American governments have been careful to keep the air industry grounded for almost six months, we are now seeing some countries on the continent opening up their borders.

In Latin America, there are currently only a handful of countries that have fully opened up for tourists – though more are on the way. Here, we take a quick look at the options becoming available for adventurous travelers:


With heavenly beaches, world-famous carnivals, and a treasure trove of pristine wildlife, Brazil lifted entry regulations on 29 July (though tourists must have medical insurance coverage, written in English or Portuguese, and minimum coverage of at least US$5,600).

Still, any trip to Brazil is primed as an adventure to remember. Few places compare with either the idyllic golden bays of Buzios’ coastline or the infectious Samba spirit of Rio de Janeiro and Afro-Brazilian customs in Salvador de Bahia. This

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