Egypt begins this list. The million-strong metropolis in Africa is considered one of the top travel destinations in 2022. According to the online booking portal HolidayCheck, the holiday regions of Hurghada and Safaga are at the top of the list for early bookers.
Egypt’s corona situation is manageable: the 7-day incidence is 8.3 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants. However, the vaccination rate is relatively low. Only 24 percent of the residents are fully immunized. The 2.5G rule currently applies to entry into Egypt. Anyone who is not vaccinated or is considered recovered needs a PCR test that is not older than 72 hours.
Dubai is considered a perennial favorite among long-distance travel destinations. The country is particularly popular with its mix of modern skyscrapers and beautiful beaches.
The 7-day incidence in the United Arab Emirates is comparatively low with a value of 209.7. Additionally, 92 percent of its residents are fully vaccinated. A PCR test that is not older than 72 hours is required to enter the United Arab Emirates.
When it comes to far-flung travel destinations, Cuba cannot be left out. The idyllic island flair with its Caribbean beaches and the lively capital Havana is the perfect place to relax.
Fortunately, the corona situation in the country has also eased. The 7-day incidence is 203.4 new infections, and the vaccination rate is 86 percent. However, strict rules apply to entry: people who want to spend their holidays on the island must be fully vaccinated and also have a valid negative PCR test.
In addition to beautiful beaches and hot temperatures, Mexico also has a lot of culture to offer. Chichén Itzá, probably the most famous archaeological site of the Maya in Yucatán, is one of the special highlights.
The 7-day incidence in Mexico is also manageable with a value of 216. The vaccination rate in the country is 58 percent. The country is one of the few countries in the world that does not require a negative corona test for entry. All you have to do is fill out a questionnaire for identification.