So the world is starting to open up (again) and holidays are gonna be selling like hot cakes; which means you want in on all the latest hot spots. In our last post; we talked about fantastic places to dream about and plan to visit when the plague is all over. In this post; we’re going to talk about fantastic places that you can actually visit as restrictions are easing; and holidays abroad are starting to become more and more accessible 😉

Lets get down to it, our top places to go frolicking around (in a bikini!) this summer 😛

1. Greece

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At the time of writing, all travellers who have a certificate to prove they have either had the vaccine or have antibodies, or who can show a negative valid test are welcome into the country. And what a gorgeous country to get lost in this summer! From the crystal laguna blue seas of Super Paradise Beach (Mykonos) to the white sandy beaches of Lalaria (Skiathia) and the stunning milky white volcanic rocks set by Sarakiniko beach off the northern coast of Milos, there are just so many breath-taking places to up your game on the ‘gram this summer!

Why not check out some our most exotic  and exicitng swimsuits and beachwear that would look great  when you’re taking those snaps by the timeless emerald green waters of Greece!

2. Barbados

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Travelling to Barbados requires all travellers to complete an online immigration form 24 hours prior to arrival in Barbados; as well as provide a negative Covid-19 test taken by a certified or accredited lab within 72 hours of arrival. Travellers are also required to quarantine in a designated holding hotel or approved villa at their own expense, or a government facility free of charge, and undertake a further test four to five days after the first accepted negative test. If this second test is negative you will no longer be subject to quarantine.

3. Malta

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All passengers, aged 5 and above, travelling to Malta from amber listed countries are required to have evidence of a negative (PCR) test, dated within 72 hours prior to arrival. Passengers are required to present a physical copy of a negative COVID-19 PCR test at check-in and after landing in Malta.

Where are you going this summer?

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