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Posted Wed 31 Mar 2021 5:10 PM
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Is Irland are accepting tourist from South Africa.?

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Posted Thu 1 Apr 2021 9:19 AM
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Thanks for the question regarding coming from South Africa at this time.

Things are evolving periodically regarding travel both to and from the island of Ireland as well as on the island of Ireland. While our airports and ferry ports are open, the authorities in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are currently strongly advising against non-essential overseas travel such as tourism for all international visitors.

As you are traveling from a state designated as high-risk, in addition to the required completed passenger locator form and evidence that you have a negative or ‘not detected’ result from a COVID-19 Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test carried out no more than 72 hours before you arrive into Ireland, or have evidence that you are exempt from this legal requirement, you must also pre-book and pre-pay for a place in a designated facility for mandatory hotel quarantine.

In addition during this pandemic, there has been a change to the visa requirements for visitors from certain South African countries and South Africa, please take a look at the Irish National Immigration Service (INIS) website for details.

To keep up-to-date on changes, we would recommend checking our website travel page as well as the Irish government's GOV.ie page.

Our top priority is to keep our visitors and our residents safe and well, while we very much look forward to meeting all of our friends again soon here on the island when the right time comes.

We hope this helps! ☘️

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Hi I’m from Qatar, I want to know about trip of Ireland. Now open border for travelers I’m looking forward to visit in Ireland in next month please informed me
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Hi Arrin,

The situation for travellers would be the same as for those coming from South Africa as explained above. It being strongly advising against non-essential overseas travel such as tourism for all international visitors.

You should keep an eye on the links posted above so that you know what to expect when you travel to the island and the restrictions that will be in place around travel. Next month you will still be limited in the amount of travel you can do.

I would say it is best to keep monitoring the situation for a time when you can explore the island without much restrictions to get the best experience.

Best,

Sean

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