Important COVID-19 Information
Effective 01 February 2022, most European countries consider a person fully vaccinated 14 days after the second dose of vaccine has been administered. A single dose of Johnson & Johnson is not considered fully vaccinated, a second dose of a European recognized COVID-19 vaccine needs to be administered to maintain a fully vaccinated status. This fully vaccinated status is valid for 120, 180 to 270 days (this varies from country to country). To maintain a fully vaccinated status, and meet current entry requirements for most EU countries a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine need to be administered before the deadline elapses. Failure to meet this requirement will result in a change of vaccination status from fully vaccinated to unvaccinated. COVID-19 health documentation is mandatory to travel on all tours, please see the Travel Documents section below for details on the current COVID-19 documentation that is required for adults and children traveling on our tours.
- Adults and passengers 12 years and older must provide proof of fully vaccinated status or a letter of recovery in QR CODE format.
- Children ages 6 -11 with fully vaccinated status or letter of recovery in QR CODE format can participate on both day and overnight tours.
- Children of ALL AGES (unless specified otherwise on individual tour pages) who are unvaccinated can participate on day tours when they provide a negative COVID-19 test that is valid through to the scheduled tour return time.
Health Certificated in QR CODE format can be obtained from any German Apotheke (Pharmacy). If you are unfamiliar with how to complete this procedure please see our blog article using this link for complete instructions, or contact us for assistance.