As global travel starts to pick up and more countries worldwide are allowing international travelers to enter their borders, governments have set up travel regulations for international travelers to comply with before entering. Some countries require proof of vaccination and others require a negative PCR test to enter. At the same time, other countries across the globe require some form of travel insurance to visit.
Today, over 40 countries have some form of travel insurance requirements to comply with before international travelers can enter their country. With the spread of the delta variant and the potential spread of the lambda variant of the COVID-19 virus, we believe that more countries will require international travelers to have some form of insurance over time. Below is a list of popular destinations that require travel insurance to enter:
- Costa Rica
- St. Maarten
- Turks and Caicos
- United Kingdom