|South Korea exempts French citizens from K-ETA
From April 1, 2023 until December 31, 2024, the electronic travel authorization for South Korea (K-ETA) will no longer be required from French visitors and visitors from 21 other nationalities.
|VIETNAM: The easing of visa policies on the right trackThe validity of the e-visa should be extended to 90 days and allow multiple entries to Vietnam for citizens of all countries; the duration of visa-free stay could be increased to 45 days.|
|Jordan introduces its electronic visa
Since March 19, 2023, international tourists can apply for an e-Visa to travel to Jordan. Presentation of this new travel formality.
|Japan reintroduces electronic visa
Briefly and partially launched in the summer of 2022 during the period of strict travel restrictions, the electronic entry visa to Japan resumed service this week.
|Burma (Myanmar) relaxes (slightly) its travel formalities
International visitors no longer have to take out Burmese government insurance, but proof of Covid coverage is still required.
|Mozambique announces visa exemption for the French and 27 other countries
In a bid to boost its inbound tourism, Mozambique is preparing to waive tourist and business visas for citizens of 28 countries, including France, Belgium and Canada.
Zambia lifts Covid travel restrictions
Since March 21, 2023, travelers no longer have to provide proof of vaccination or negative screening for Covid-19 to travel to Zambia.
Sierra Leone launches electronic visa
Since March 9, 2023, French and European tourists can apply for an e-Visa to travel to Sierra Leone. The country has also taken the opportunity to simplify its health formalities linked to Covid.
Brazil reinstates visa requirements for citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan
While they have been visa-exempt since 2019, American, Canadian, Australian and Japanese tourists will again need an electronic visa to travel to Brazil from October 1, 2023.
Turks and Caicos Islands lifts travel health requirements
As of April 1, 2023, it will no longer be necessary to provide proof of vaccination to travel to the Turks and Caicos Islands.