Published on : Saturday, September 18, 2021
The United Kingdom government has scrapped the illogical UK traffic light system, with the amber list being merged into the green list. Turkey, Egypt and the Maldives have been removed from the list, along with Sri Lanka, Oman, Kenya, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The eight countries will be removed from 4am on September 22.
So, if you are planning to go then read on.
Turkey is right now not in the red list. If you are planning to travel, then you can move to this country of Blue Mosque. Turkey is a very beautiful place to visit, and it consists of various ancient attractions, mosques, monasteries, palaces, etc. Some of the must-visit places are Hagia Sophia, Kabak Bay, Topkapi Palace, Sumela Monastery, Mount Nemrut, Pamukkale, Prince Island, Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar, Kaymakli underground city, Devrent Valley, and many more.
Egypt is one of the oldest countries in the world and it was once considered the “Cradle of Civilisation” for its advanced society built along the banks of the fertile Nile River. The country’s long and rich cultural tradition has kept up with years of modernisation and foreign influence, ensuring it remains one of the most diverse destinations for serious vacationers. Egypt tourism has something for everyone. To enjoy a bit of natural beauty, tourists can take a tour through the Nile River, or take deep-sea diving lessons.
The Maldives is a tropical haven of white sand beaches. Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean south of Sri Lanka and is ideal for an adventure, honeymoon, or leisure holiday. Maldives’ blue waters are home to diverse marine life and corals of distinct hues. While the vivid blue lagoons are perfect for snorkelling, the reef walls offer a kaleidoscope of sea life for more experienced divers, making it a haven for water sports enthusiasts.
Known by a flotilla of aliases, Sri Lanka is one of gorgeous beaches, tea plantations and ancient cities. Scuba dive, visit an elephant orphanage and a lagoon of singing fish, explore dense jungle, shrines and temples. Situated just 20 miles off India, the island formerly known as Ceylon is home to 20 million people and six World Heritage sites.
Oman lifted its arrival ban for fully vaccinated individuals from 18 countries, including India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Travel to Oman will offer you beauty of the emerald beaches, the rich Arab history in the ancient forts, the lush green mountains, unique wildlife and endless deserts will give you an Arabian adventure unlike any other country in the Gulf Coast.
You will find local bazaars or souks filled with handicrafts and the most famous item of Oman, Frankincense. Kind-hearted, helpful and law-abiding people add up to make this country a must-visit place.
Kenya is a place on the planet, conjures such a spirit of adventure and romance. See throngs of wildebeest thundering across the savanna during the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara; come eye-to-eye with elephants in Amboseli; or marvel at Lake Nakuru, flecked with thousands of flamingos. In these sun-soaked lands, ancient tribes, such as the Maasai, Kikuyu, and Samburu, retain their traditional customs, living in relative harmony with the natural world.
This lesser-treaded nation holds a resilient promise of wonders that one wouldn’t expect. Its prime draw lies in the Sunderbans Mangrove Forest, a haven for the Royal Bengal tiger. Apart from that, a vivid history and a rich repository of nature’s bounty make Bangladesh an undiscovered place that one must discover.