Where Norwegians Can Travel Right Now & Travel Restrictions
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Where Norwegians Can Travel

- Latest Travel Restrictions for Norwegian Tourists -

Last update: 6/5/2021

Norwegians can travel to 115 countries right now. However, travel restrictions for Norwegian tourists depend on the destination.

As of today, Norwegians can travel to 23 countries without COVID-19 restrictions. While Norwegian travelers are only required to present pre-trip COVID test results to travel to 64 countries, Norwegians are subject to mandatory quarantine for 26 other international destinations.

Although, in this guide, you will learn where Norwegians can travel now, bear in mind that The Norwegian Government advises against traveling unless it is strictly necessary.

In addition to the Norwegians travel restrictions that you will find in this guide, which we update daily, I recommend checking the  European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control if you want to know the safest countries for Norwegian travelers.

Where can Norwegians travel right now map

On the following map of countries open to Norwegian tourists, you will find all the places Norwegians can travel to right now.

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We’ve sorted the countries Norwegians can travel to by entry requirements.

I’d like to point out that it’s essential to have travel insurance that covers COVID-19, whether or not it’s an entry requirement for your destination (although many countries already include it in their entry requirements).

Also, these new COVID-19 entry restrictions do not exempt travelers from needing a valid tourist visa if it was already required before the pandemic. You can check whether you need a visa to travel below.

Additionally, keep in mind that some countries may go into lockdown after opening their borders to tourism. We have written specific guides for all the places Norwegians can travel to, where you can find out the current situation in the country, if there is a lockdown or curfew mandates in place, and if hotels, restaurants, and attractions are open to tourism.

Countries Norwegians can travel to

Below, you can see where Norwegians can travel to, as well as entry requirements for Norwegian tourists and important information to consider.

Albania

If you’re wondering, “where can Norwegians travel?” Albania is one of the countries you can visit right now. It reopened to international tourism on June 15, 2020 and is one of the few places where Norwegians neither need to take a PCR test for entry nor quarantine. However, visitors will be subject to health screenings on arrival.

More information on Albania’s entry requirements can be found here.

Andorra

Andorra is one of the countries Norwegian tourists can travel to, but since Andorra does not have its own airport, travelers must come via Spain or France, which means abiding by those countries’ own restrictions. More information on these restrictions can be found on the official websites of Spain, Catalonia, and France.

Where can Norwegians travel

Andorra

As of December 2020, travelers must have a negative PCR or TMA test result that was taken within 72 hours of arrival in Andorra if they’re going to spend more than three nights in the country. More information on that can be found here.

Anguilla

Norwegian residents can visit Anguilla right now, but they’ll need to complete a Visitor Application Form, buy travel insurance, and take a PCR test 3 to 5 days before they travel.

After travelers arrive, they will take a PCR test at the airport and quarantine for ten days before taking a second PCR test. If that second test is negative, travelers are free to explore Anguilla freely. More information is available on Anguilla’s official tourism website.

Antigua and Barbuda

If you want a tropical getaway, Antigua and Barbuda is another one of the places Norwegian citizens can travel to right now. The country reopened for travel on July 4, 2020, and Norwegians need to have proof of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result from within 7 days of their trip, complete a Health Declaration Form on arrival, and submit to a mandatory health screening with temperature check on arrival.

Places Norwegians can travel

Antigua and Barbuda

Additionally, Norwegians need to have proof of a reservation at a government-approved accommodation.

More information is available on our guide on Antigua and Barbuda is open for travel.

Armenia

One of the places to travel right now if you’re Norwegian is Armenia. All you need to do is either self-isolate for 14 days from your arrival or take a COVID-19 test at some point during your self-isolation. You will have to pay for the test, but if the result is negative, you will no longer have to self-isolate. More information can be found on the government’s official website.

Aruba

Norwegian residents can fly to Aruba right now if they want some sun and sand. All they need to do is complete the ED card between 72 hours and 4 hours prior to travel to Aruba and upload proof of a negative molecular test result that was obtained within 72 to 12 hours before travel to Aruba.

Travel restrictions for Norwegians

Aruba

Additionally, Norwegians need to buy Aruba Visitors Insurance when completing the ED card. All travelers must also download the Aruba Health App.

More information is available on our guide on Aruba is open for travel.

Austria

Norwegian citizens can currently visit Austria without any entry restrictions as long as Norway is included on this list of low-risk countries. This means that Norwegians do not have to take a PCR test or quarantine in order to visit Austria. More information is available on the Austrian Ministry of Tourism’s website.

Bahamas

The Bahamas is currently open to travel from Norway. To visit, Norwegian tourists must apply for a health visa and present evidence of a negative PCR COVID test that was taken within five days of their arrival in The Bahamas.

Where can Norwegians travel right now

Bahamas

For more information on The Bahamas opening to tourism, check out our guide.

Bangladesh

Norwegians can currently visit Bangladesh, but they must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test that was taken within 72 hours of their arrival and quarantine for 14 days from their arrival. More information is available here.

Barbados

Barbados is open to travelers from Norway, but Norwegians must follow strict entry requirements, as Norway is classified as a “High-Risk” country on this list.

Norwegian travelers are required to provide evidence of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of their arrival in Barbados and complete an Online Immigration/Customs form 24-72 hours prior to their arrival. Once they get to Barbados, Norwegians must quarantine. They will then take a second PCR test 4 to 5 days after their arrival. If that second test is negative, they will no longer have to quarantine. More information about Barbados’ reopening procedures is available here.

Belarus

As of July 15, 2020, Norwegian residents can enter Belarus, but they have to present proof of a negative PCR test from within 48 hours of their arrival and have COVID-19 health insurance, which can be purchased here.

As long as Norway isn’t included on the list of high-risk countries, which is available on the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus’ official website, Norwegians do not need to quarantine.

More information is available on the Belarus government’s official website.

Belgium

Belgium is yet another country that Norwegians can visit, but they must complete a Passenger Locator Form 48 hours before they arrive in Belgium. Based on their responses, they will either receive a text message asking them to quarantine for 14 days from their arrival in Belgium, which is especially likely if they are traveling from one of the areas specified on this list, or not receive a text message, which means they will not have to quarantine.

Countries Norwegian tourists can travel to

Belgium

More information for travelers is available here and here.

Belize

Norwegian citizens can visit Belize as long as they abide by the country’s entry requirements. Norwegians need to download the Belize Health App and complete the forms on it within 72 hours of their arrival.

Also, they must book a stay at a Gold Standard hotel and either have an official vaccine card for a full vaccination that was completed at least 2 weeks prior or provide a negative RT-PCR COVID test that was taken within 96 hours of travel. Rapid Antigen, Sophia, SD Biosensor, and ABBOT (Panbio) test results from within 48 hours of arrival are also acceptable.

More information is available in our guide to Belize reopening for travel.

Bermuda

Bermuda is another option for countries that are open to Norwegians. Norwegian travelers simply need to complete an online Travel Authorization form 1 to 3 days before their departure and pay a $75 fee, which covers the cost of COVID-19 testing in Bermuda. As part of completing the form, all travelers must upload proof of a negative COVID PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda.

Norwegians will then be tested upon arrival in Bermuda. 

Travel restrictions for Norwegian tourists

Bermuda

Vaccinated travelers must quarantine until they receive a negative arrival test result. They do not have to quarantine any longer than that or wear a Traveler Wristband, but they will undergo testing again on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip.

Unvaccinated travelers must wear a Traveler Wristband for the first 14 days of their trip and quarantine for at least 4 days. They will undergo testing on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip and they can end their quarantine if they receive a negative result from their day 4 test.

All travelers should also download the WeHealth Bermuda app.

More information is available on our guide on Bermuda reopening to tourists.

Bolivia

Norwegians can travel to Bolivia, one of the best countries to visit in South America. Norwegians can enter the country as long as they present a negative RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure and submit a sworn declaration of their location of stay. They will also need to have travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage.

Where can Norwegian tourists travel right now

Bolivia

All Norwegian travelers must quarantine for at least 10 days from their arrival and take an RT-PCR test at their own expense on day 7 of their quarantine period.

For more detail, check our guide on Bolivia is open for travel.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina allows Norwegian travelers to enter as long as they can present evidence upon arrival of a negative PCR test that is no older than 48 hours old. You can find more information on the Bosnia and Herzegovina Border Police official website.

Botswana

Norwegian residents can travel to Botswana right now. However, they must present a medical certificate with a negative PCR test result issued no later than 72 hours before boarding. Those who don’t have this certificate must do a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

For more information, check our guide on Botswana is open for travel.

Brazil

If Norwegians fly to Brazil, there is no need for them to take a PCR test or quarantine to enter the country. However, if they experience COVID-19 symptoms, they must quarantine for 15 days.

Countries Norwegian travelers can travel to

Brazil

More information is available on the Government of Brazil’s official website.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria’s borders are open to Norwegian travelers. As long as Norway is included on this list, there are no entry requirements for Norwegians, so travelers do not have to take a PCR test or quarantine. More information is available here and here.

Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso is currently allowing Norwegian citizens to enter the country. All Norwegians need to do is present evidence of a negative PCR test result that was obtained within five days of arrival. Without a negative test result, Norwegians will have to take a PCR test at the airport for $150 and self-isolate for 14 days. More information on Burkina Faso’s COVID regulations is available here.

Cape Verde

Norwegian tourists can travel to Cape Verde, but they must present evidence of a negative PCR test that was obtained within 72 hours of arrival and submit this registration form.

Travel restrictions for norwegian travelers

Cape Verde

They also must take a PCR test and complete this form if they want to travel to other islands in Cape Verde.

For more information on Cape Verde’s restrictions, check this website.

Central African Republic

The Central African Republic has opened its borders to Norwegian residents. However, Norwegians must undergo a medical examination upon arrival, which will most likely include a PCR test at the Institut Pasteur, and quarantine for 14 days from arrival.

More information is available here.

Chad

Norwegians are able to visit Chad as long as they can present evidence of a negative COVID-19 test that was taken within 7 days of their arrival.

If they are staying in Chad for more than 7 days, they need to self-isolate for a week and take a PCR test on the last day of their self-isolation.

More information on Chad’s travel restrictions is available here.

Colombia

Norwegian citizens can enter Colombia quite easily, as all they need to do is complete the Check-Mig form 24 hours before their trip and download the CoronApp mobile app.

Also, all travelers must have proof of a negative PCR test result from within 96 hours prior to boarding.

More information is available on our guide on Colombia travel restrictions.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s borders are open to Norwegian travelers as long as they arrive by air, making it one of the best places to visit in Central America.

Norwegians must submit the online Health Pass 48 hours before boarding and possess COVID-19 travel insurance with treatment and accommodation coverage in case they need to quarantine.

Where can Norwegian residents travel right now

Costa Rica

You can find more information in our guide to Costa Rica’s travel restrictions.

Croatia

Norwegian residents can easily travel to Croatia. If you’re traveling for a “green” region, there are no entry requirements, other than filling out this form before arrival.

If not, besides filling the form, you must either present a negative PCR test or a rapid antigen test (RAT) from within 48 hours of arrival in Croatia; present a vaccination certificate for COVID-19 where the final dose was received more than 14 days prior; present a positive PCR test or RAT from the last 12 to 180 days as proof of recovery from COVID-19; or take a PCR test or RAT on arrival in Croatia at their own expense and self-isolate until they obtain a negative result.

Countries Norwegian residents can travel to

Croatia

More information is available in our guide to Croatia’s reopening for tourism.

Cuba

Cuba allows Norwegians to enter the country as long as they submit a Sanitary Statement for Travelers, possess valid COVID-19 travel insurance, and have proof of a negative result of a PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival in Cuba.

In addition, Norwegian travelers must undergo another PCR test upon arrival in Cuba and another one after 5 days of quarantine. If this last test is negative, they can end the isolation period.

Travel restrictions for Norwegian travelers

Cuba

More information can be found in our guide on Cuba reopening for tourism.

Curaçao

As long as Norway is included on this list, Norwegian citizens can visit Curaçao right now, although they are subject to a few entry requirements. They must provide evidence of a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of departure, complete a Digital Immigration Card and Passenger Locator Card, and have valid COVID-19 travel insurance, which is available here.

More information is available on the Government of Curaçao official website.

Cyprus

Since Norwegians are only classified as “medium-risk,” Norwegian travelers can fly to Cyprus if they complete a CyprusFlightPass form and present proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of their arrival.

Where can Norwegian residents travel right now

Cyprus

More information is available here.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Norwegian tourists are allowed to travel to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but they must present proof of a negative PCR test result that was obtained within 7 days of their arrival and register to take a second PCR test at the Institut National de la Recherche Biomédicale upon arrival.

Norwegians must self-isolate until they get the results of their second test.

More information can be found here.

Denmark

Denmark is currently allowing residents of many regions of Norway to enter the country, but be sure to check this list before you travel to see if you can travel from your region.

If you can travel, you don’t have to quarantine or take a PCR test. If you are traveling from a banned region for a “worthy purpose” (not for tourism), you will need to provide evidence of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival.

You can find more information on the official government website and on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Dominica

Dominica is admitting Norwegian residents to the country, but Norway is considered a “Low Risk” country, so travelers must have proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 24-72 hours of arrival and complete an online questionnaire 24 hours before their flight, per the entry requirements listed here.

Countries Norwegian residents can travel to

Dominica

For more details, check our guide to Dominica opening for tourism.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is completely open to travel from Norwegian citizens. All Norwegians need to do is fill the ETicket form indicating that they haven’t had any COVID-19 symptoms in the last 72 hours. Norwegians may also be randomly tested upon arrival, but if they get a negative result, they don’t need to quarantine.

Travel restrictions for Norwegian residents

Dominican Republic

Norwegians arriving on or before March 31, 2021, on commercial flights and staying at a hotel will be granted a free health coverage plan paid by the Dominican government. However, the coverage isn’t very high, so I recommend purchasing COVID-19 travel insurance.

You can find the latest information in our article with all the updates related to the Dominican Republic opening for tourism.

Ecuador

Norwegians can visit Ecuador rather easily, as all they need to do is provide a negative RT-PCR or antigen test result that was obtained within 3 days of their arrival in Ecuador or a certificate of vaccination for COVID-19. They must also complete a Health Declaration Form.

You can find more information on our guide on Ecuador opening for tourism.

Egypt

From July 1, 2020, Norwegian travelers have been able to enter Egypt. Norwegians must have a medical certificate for a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of their arrival in Egypt, submit a health form on arrival, and possess COVID-19 travel insurance, like this.

Travel restrictions for norwegian residents

Egypt

You can find more information in our guide to Egypt reopening for travel.

El Salvador

El Salvador has opened its borders to Norwegian tourists, who need to have proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of their flight. However, they do not need to quarantine.

More information is available here.

Estonia

Estonia is allowing Norwegian citizens to enter the country. Since Norway currently has an infection rate that is above 25 per 100,000 inhabitants (check here), Norwegians will need to quarantine for 10 days from their arrival in Estonia.

If Norwegians want to shorten their quarantine time, they can take a PCR test upon arrival in Estonia for $80.

More information on Estonian border restrictions is available here.

Ethiopia

Norwegian residents can travel to Ethiopia as long as they abide by a few entry requirements. Norwegians must present a medical certificate with a negative RT-PCR test result issued within five days of arrival.

All travelers must also quarantine for 7 days from their arrival in Ethiopia.

For more information, check our guide on Ethiopia travel requirements.

France

Norwegians are able to visit France, but there are a few entry requirements they must follow. They must have proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result from less than 72 hours before departure and submit a sworn declaration that they do not have COVID-19 and have not been in contact with anyone with COVID-19.

Countries norwegians can travel to

France

Without a PCR test, Norwegians will need to quarantine.

All travelers should also download the TousAntiCovid app.

For more information, consult our guide to France reopening for tourism.

French Polynesia

French Polynesia is accepting Norwegian travelers into the country. They must have a medical certificate for a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of their departure and submit this form.

Norwegians travel restrictions

French Polynesia

Once they arrive in French Polynesia, Norwegians will get a self-testing kit with a PCR test. They need to take the PCR test in the kit on day 4 of their trip and send in the results. Travelers will only be notified if they test positive, so they do not have to quarantine.

More information can be found here.

Gabon

Wondering, “Where can I fly? Gabon is a country that is open to travel from Norway. Norwegians must take a PCR test upon arrival and quarantine for about 48 hours until the results are ready. If the test is negative, Norwegian travelers will receive a 14-day certificate for free movement.

More information on Gabon’s restrictions is available here.

Gambia

The Gambia is allowing Norwegian citizens to enter the country, but they need to have a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival. If Norwegians don’t have a negative test, they will have to undergo a health screening and quarantine for 14 days.

More information on The Gambia’s travel restrictions is available here.

Ghana

Norwegian residents are free to visit Ghana. They must fill in a Health Declaration Form and have a negative PCR test result from within 72 hours of their departure. Norwegians must also pay for the mandatory rapid test they must take on arrival. Results take roughly 30 minutes and travelers won’t need to quarantine if they test negative.

Where can norwegians travel now

Ghana

You can find more information on these regulations here.

Greece

Greece is one of the places Norwegian tourists can travel to. Travel restrictions for Norwegians are simple: Norwegians must fill out the Passenger Locator Form 48 hours before check-in and unvaccinated travelers must present a medical certificate with a negative PCR test result taken 72 hours before their trip.

Where can norwegian tourists travel

Greece

Check the latest news on guide to Greece’s travel restrictions.

Grenada

Grenada is one of the countries where Norwegians can travel right now, but there are quite a few entry requirements Norwegians must comply with.

Norwegian travelers need to present evidence of a negative PCR test result that was taken within 72 hours of arrival, complete a Health Declaration Form, and download the Ronatrac app.

They also need to stay in Pure Safe Travel Accommodation and take a PCR test on the fourth day of their trip if they wish to do anything that is not considered one of the safe-certified activities.

More information can be found on Grenada’s official tourism website.

Guadeloupe

One of the places Norwegian citizens can travel right now is Guadeloupe. Norwegians need to have proof of a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of departure and fill in a health affidavit.

Guadeloupe’s official tourism website has more information on these entry requirements.

Guatemala

Guatemala’s travel restrictions for Norwegian residents are pretty straightforward. Norwegian travelers need to submit an online Health Pass form before their arrival in Guatemala.

Travelers who are unvaccinated or who have not recovered from COVID-19 within the last 3 months must have a medical certificate for a negative COVID PCR or antigen test result from within 72 hours of check-in.

Places norwegian tourists can travel

Guatemala

Completing the Health Pass form generates a QR code, which must be presented on arrival, along with proof of a negative PCR or antigen test result.

More information is available on our guide on Guatemala is open for travel.

Guyana

Guyana is one of the places Norwegian travelers can visit right now. All Norwegian travelers need to do to enter Guyana is have present evidence of a negative PCR test that was taken up to seven days before arrival and fill in a Passenger Locator Form up to 24 hours before arrival.

If their test was taken between four to seven days before arrival, Norwegians will have to be tested again at the airport and quarantine until their results are available.

You can find more information on the official Guyana tourism website.

Haiti

Norwegian tourists can travel to Haiti right now as long as they complete a health form and have COVID-19 travel insurance. Norwegians must also undergo a health screening on arrival and self-isolate for 14 days.

More information on Haiti’s entry requirements is available here.

Honduras

Honduras is another one of the countries Norwegians can travel to right now. Norwegian travelers must abide by two main entry requirements: having proof of a negative test result from a PCR test or Rapid Test that was taken within 72 hours of travel and completing an online immigration form.

Where can norwegian tourists travel now

Honduras

More details on Honduras’ entry requirements can be found here.

Iceland

Iceland is yet another one of the places Norwegian citizens can travel.

Iceland’s entry requirements are rather strict unless you already have got the COVID vaccine in which case you will only have to take a test upon arrival and you will not need to quarantine unless the test is positive.

If you are not yet vaccinated, you must have a medical certificate with a negative PCR test result obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival in Iceland.

Norwegians will also have to take two PCR tests in Iceland, one on arrival and one 5 o 6 days later, and will have to quarantine for 5 or 6 days between the two PCR tests.  They must also complete this online form.

Where can norwegian travelers travel

Iceland

More information is available on our guide to Iceland reopening for tourism.

Iraq

Norwegian residents can travel to Iraq as long as they abide by Iraq’s travel restrictions for Norwegians. Norwegian travelers need to present proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 48 hours of their flight. Without a PCR test, they will need to get tested on arrival.

The Government of Iraq’s website has more details on entry requirements.

Ireland

Ireland is one of the countries where Norwegian travelers can travel right now. Since Norway is not currently on the ECDC’s “green list” of countries, Norwegians must self-isolate for 14 days from their arrival in Ireland (or fewer if they get tested after 5 days of isolation) and submit a Passenger Locator Form.

Places norwegian travelers can travel

Ireland

More information on Irish entry requirements can be found here.

Italy

Italy is another one of the countries where Norwegian tourists can travel. As long as Norway is on the List C, Norwegians will need to complete a self-declaration form and present a negative molecular or antigen swab test result from within 48 hours of arrival in Italy.

Where can norwegian residents travel now

Italy

Norwegians must also self-isolate for 5 days from their arrival and take a second molecular or antigen swab test at the end of their self-isolation period.

You can check more information on our guide to Italy is open for travel.

Jamaica

Norwegians are currently allowed to enter Jamaica. This makes it one of the best destinations in the Caribbean.

Norwegians need to have a negative PCR or antigen test result that was obtained within 3 days of travel. Additionally, all travelers must complete a Travel Authorization document in order to be able to board their flights.

Norwegian visitors should definitely consider booking a stay in accommodation that is located within the “Resilient Corridors.” Otherwise, they will have to quarantine for 14 days.

You can find more details on Jamaica’s regulations in our guide to Jamaica reopening for travel.

Jordan

Another one of the places Norwegian residents can travel is Jordan.

All travelers must complete a Declaration Form and have proof of a negative PCR test result from within 72 hours of arrival. Norwegians must also have proof of valid travel insurance for the duration of their stay in Jordan and download the AMAN app. Additionally, all travelers must pre-pay online for the PCR test they will take upon arrival in Jordan.

More information can be found on our guide on Jordan is open for travel.

Kenya

Norwegian citizens can fly to Kenya as long as they comply with a few travel restrictions. Norwegians must submit a Travelers Health Surveillance Form and have a medical certificate for a negative PCR test that was obtained within 96 hours of arrival. The test result must be digitally verified through the Trusted Travel Initiative.

Where can norwegian residents travel

Kenya

As long as Norway remains on this list, Norwegians do not have to quarantine.

More information is available on our guide on Kenya reopening to tourists.

Kosovo

Kosovo is another one of the countries Norwegian residents can travel to. As long as Norway is not included on the ECDC’s high-risk list (which means it has fewer than 120 infections per 100,000 inhabitants), Norwegians do not need to take a PCR test before they arrive in Kosovo or quarantine upon arrival.

More information can be found on the Kosovo Ministry of Foreign Affairs official website.

Latvia

Latvia is another country Norwegian travelers can visit.

Since Norway is not currently on this list of countries with less than 16 COVID cases per 100,000 inhabitants, Norwegian visitors must self-isolate for 10-14 days upon arrival. They must also complete this online form 48 hours before arrival.

This website has more information on Latvian travel regulations.

Lebanon

Norwegian tourists can include Lebanon on their list of places to travel, since travel restrictions for Norwegians are pretty straightforward.

Norwegians must fill in a health form and purchase COVID-19 travel insurance like this one.

Places norwegian residents can travel

Lebanon

They also need to provide evidence of a negative PCR test result that was obtained within four days of their trip and decide whether to quarantine for 10 days or take a second PCR test on arrival.

For more details, visit the Ministry of Public Health’s website.

Liberia

Liberia has opened its borders to Norwegian tourism. Norwegian travelers must install the Lib Travel app for iOSAndroid before their trip and pay $75 in the app for the PCR test they need to take on arrival (this fee can also be paid when they arrive in Liberia).

Once Norwegians get tested on arrival, if the result is negative, they must quarantine for 14 days and report any symptoms in the app. Exceptions to these entry requirements can be found here.

Finally, Norwegians must take a PCR test within 72 hours of departure in order to be able to leave the country.

More information is available here.

Lithuania

Norwegian citizens can currently visit Lithuania, but they are subject to a few travel restrictions. As long as Norway is on this list of countries with more than 16 COVID cases per 100,000 inhabitants, Norwegian travelers must either present proof of a negative PCR test result that was taken within 48 hours of departure or quarantine for 10 days. They also need to complete this registration form.

More information is available on the Lithuanian government’s official website.

Luxembourg

There are no travel restrictions for Norwegian residents who want to travel to Luxembourg as long as they are on this list. That means Norwegians don’t need to quarantine or take a PCR test to visit.

Malawi

Malawi is one of the countries Norwegians can travel to, and it’s lowering traveler entry requirements.

As of November 2020, Norwegian tourists must have a medical certificate for a negative PCR COVID test that was obtained within 72 hours of arrival in Malawi. They must also complete a Traveler Health Declaration Form prior to arrival.

Travelers with a valid certificate for a negative test result must self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days from their arrival in Malawi.

For more information, visit our guide on is Malawi open for travel.

Maldives

The Maldives is one of the places Norwegians can travel as long as they abide by a few travel restrictions. Norwegian travelers need to download the TraceEkee app and complete a Health Form.

Where can norwegians travel

Maldives

Vaccinated travelers are exempt from testing entry requirements and quarantine as long as they update proof of full vaccination as part of completing their Traveler Health Declaration form.

All other travelers must have proof of a negative PCR test result that was obtained within 96 hours of departure from the first port of embarkation en route to the Maldives. All tourists must also have a reservation at a registered accommodation.

If you’d like more information, check our guide on the Maldives’ travel restrictions.

Mali

Another one of the places Norwegian tourists can travel is Mali. All Norwegian travelers need to do is complete a Coronavirus Disease Surveillance Form and present a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival.

More information is available on the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs website.

Malta

Malta allows travelers from most parts of Norway to enter without restrictions. Malta uses a traffic light system to determine other countries’ entry requirements. Most of Norway is currently considered “green,” which means most Norwegians don’t have to take a PCR test or quarantine. However, travelers who are coming from an “amber” region must have proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of travel.

Countries norwegians can travel to

Malta

You can find more information on entry requirements for your region on our guide on Malta entry requirements.

Mauritania

Mauritania is open to travel from Norwegian residents, who just need to present a medical certificate for a negative PCR test result that was issued within 72 hours prior to arrival.

More information on Mauritania’s entry requirements can be found here.

Mauritius

Yet another place Norwegian citizens can travel is Mauritius. There are many entry requirements for Norwegians, including providing proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 7 days of travel and submitting a Passenger Self Declaration Form and Passenger Locator Form upon arrival.

Upon arrival in Mauritius, Norwegian travelers must head to one of these accommodations, where they will self-isolate for 14 days and take three PCR tests (one on arrival, one on day 7 of their trip, and one on day 14 of their trip).

More information is available on the official tourism website.

Mexico

Norwegian tourists can travel to Mexico without travel restrictions. The only entry requirement is that Norwegians fill out a risk-factor questionnaire.

Places norwegians can travel

Mexico

More information on Mexican entry requirements can be found in our guide to Mexico borders reopening for tourism.

Montenegro

Montenegro is allowing Norwegian travelers to enter without any entry requirements. Norway is classed as a “green” country in Montenegro’s traffic light classification system, so Norwegians do not need to take a PCR test before arrival or quarantine upon entry.

You can find out more on the Government of Montenegro’s official website.

Morocco

Morocco has decided to suspend, until further notice, most international passenger flights to and from its territory. All passengers from those banned countries traveling through another country are not allowed to enter Morocco.

We don’t recommend planning a trip to Morocco right now.

Morocco is one of the places Norwegians can travel, but there are a few entry requirements. Norwegians must have a medical certificate for a negative PCR test result that was issued within 72 hours of their trip and possess confirmation of a hotel reservation. They also need to submit a Passenger Health Form and download the Wiqaytna tracking app.

Norwegians travel restrictions

Morocco

For more details, check our guide on Morocco is open for travel.

Namibia

Another one of the countries Norwegian citizens can travel to is Namibia. Travel restrictions for Norwegians include having proof of a negative PCR test result within 7 days of arrival in Namibia. Norwegians do not have to quarantine as long as they have a valid negative result.

You can find more information on our guide on Namibia is open for tourism.

Netherlands

Residents of many parts of Norway can enter the Netherlands without restrictions, although you should check the list here to see if you need to quarantine for 10 days upon arrival. Regardless, all Norwegian travelers need to submit this Health Declaration Form.

You can consult the Government of the Netherlands official website for more information.

Nicaragua

Nicaragua is another country Norwegian citizens can visit as long as they provide evidence of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival in Nicaragua. They do not need to quarantine, but they will be tracked for 14 days by Nicaraguan authorities.

Travel restrictions for norwegians

Nicaragua

More information is available in our guide to Nicaragua reopening for travel.

Nigeria

Nigeria is currently open to Norwegian tourists. Norwegian travelers need to complete this form by providing proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of boarding and paying for a second PCR test.

The second PCR test will be taken once Norwegian visitors have spent 7 days in Nigeria. They will have to quarantine until the results are available.

More information is available on this website.

North Macedonia

North Macedonia is one of the countries Norwegian residents can travel without restrictions. Norwegians do not have to quarantine on arrival or take a PCR test before entry.

Where can norwegians travel now

North Macedonia

You can find more details on this website.

Pakistan

Norwegians are able to travel to Pakistan with very few travel restrictions. As long as Norway is on this list of safe countries, Norwegian travelers do not have to take a PCR test to enter Pakistan.

However, all Norwegian visitors must either download the PassTrack app or complete this form to visit Pakistan.

More information can be found on the Government of Pakistan’s official website.

Panama

Norwegian travelers can visit Panama, but there are a few entry requirements they must follow. Norwegians need to provide evidence of a negative PCR test that was taken within 48 hours of arrival and complete a health affidavit.

Where can norwegians travel right now

Panama

More information is available in our guide to Panama reopening for travel.

Peru

Peru is another country Norwegian tourists can visit. Norwegians just need to have proof of a negative RT-PCR test result or negative antigen test from within 72 hours of departure or a medical certificate of epidemiological discharge. They must also complete an online Sworn Statement of Health within 72 hours of departure.

On arrival in Peru, all travelers must quarantine for 14 days, unless they take an antigen test on arrival and receive a negative result, in which case they will not have to quarantine.

For more information, check our guide on “Is Peru open for travel?.

Poland

Poland is another one of the places Norwegian citizens can travel without restrictions. As long as Norway remains on this list of approved countries, Norwegians are not required to take a PCR test or quarantine for entry.

You can find more details on the Republic of Poland’s official website.

Portugal

Portugal is one of the countries Norwegian residents can travel to. However, the country is also currently under a stay-at-home order, so we do not recommend traveling to Portugal right now.

Where can norwegian tourists travel

Portugal

All travelers to mainland Portugal must present proof of a negative RT-PCR test result from within 72 hours of boarding. They must also complete a Passenger Locator Form, either online or during their flight.

If you’re going to visit the Azores or Madeira, other special entry requirements may apply.

You can get more information on our guide on “Is Portugal open for tourism?.

Republic of the Congo

The Republic of the Congo is one of the places Norwegian travelers can travel now. Entry requirements for Norwegians are as follows: Norwegian visitors must have proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of their flight. Without a test, Norwegians will have to get tested at the airport and quarantine for up to 14 days until they get a negative result.

More information is available on this website.

Romania

Norwegian citizens should be able to enter Romania without travel restrictions. As long as Norway is not on this list, Norwegians do not have to quarantine or take a PCR test to visit Romania.

Countries norwegian tourists can travel to

Romania

This website has more information.

Rwanda

Rwanda has opened its borders to Norwegian residents. There are a few entry requirements for Norwegians: they must present a medical certificate with a negative RT-PCR result issued within 72 hours of departure for Rwanda. They must also complete a Passenger Locator Form and upload their test result certificate.

All travelers will take a second RT-PCR test, which costs $60, on arrival in Rwanda. They must then stay in a designated transit hotel and wait 24 hours to receive the results of that test. If this test is negative, travelers can explore Rwanda freely.

For more information, check our guide on Rwanda reopening to tourists.

Saint Barthélemy

Saint Barthélemy is one of the countries Norwegian tourists can currently visit. They must provide evidence of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of boarding. Without a PCR test, Norwegians will have need to take a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate until those results are ready.

Norwegian travelers who spend more than a week in Saint Bart’s need to take a PCR test on the 8th day of their trip.

More information can be found on this website.

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis is allowing Norwegians to visit now, although there are several entry requirements for Norwegian travelers. Norwegians must submit a Travel Authorization Form, download the SKN COVID-19 tracking app, and present a medical certificate for a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival. They must also have confirmation of a reservation at a “Travel Approved” property. A list of “Travel Approved” accommodations is available on the St. Kitts and Nevis websites.

Places norwegian tourists can travel

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Norwegian travelers will have to stay on hotel grounds for the first seven days of their trip until they take a PCR test on the 7th day of their trip, which costs $150. If that test is negative, they will be able to enjoy all kinds of excursions and activities.

Norwegians will then take another test after they have spent 14 days in the country. If that test is negative, they may explore Saint Kitts and Nevis freely.

More information is available on this website.

Saint Lucia

Norwegian travelers can travel to Saint Lucia right now. They need to submit a Travel Registration Form and provide proof of a negative PCR test result that was issued within seven days of travel.

Travel restrictions for norwegian tourists

Saint Lucia

Tourists must spend at least 14 days in certified accommodations and may only participate in the tours on this list.

More details can be found on this website.

Saint Vincent and The Grenadines

One of the countries Norwegian residents can travel to is Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. They must present proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of their arrival and submit a Pre-Arrival Travel Form.

Norwegians will have to take a PCR test on arrival, quarantine, and then take a third PCR test on the 5th day of their stay. If the third PCR test is negative, they no longer have to quarantine.

A complete list of entry requirements is available here.

Serbia

Serbia is one of the places Norwegian citizens can travel. All they need to do is present a medical certificate for a negative PCR test result that was issued within 48 hours of arrival.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs official website has more information.

Seychelles

Seychelles is open for Norwegians.

Norwegian citizens, even if they are vaccinated, must have a medical certificate for a negative PCR test result that was obtained within 72 hours before departure. They must also submit a health travel authorization application online before departure.

When will international travel resume

Seychelles

They must have valid travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage and a reservation at a certified accommodation.

Check our guide on Seychelles reopening to tourists for more information.

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone has opened its borders to Norwegians. Norwegian travelers just have to provide evidence of a negative PCR test that was issued within 72 hours of arrival. They also need to complete a travel authorization form.

Upon arrival, Norwegian visitors have to take two tests: a PCR test and a Rapid test. They will only have to self-isolate immediately if they positive on the Rapid test.

You can find more details here.

Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten is welcoming Norwegian travelers. As long as Norway is considered a high-risk country on this list, Norwegians need to have proof of a negative RT-PCR test result that was obtained within 72 hours of departure. They must also request an online travel authorization (EHAS) and have COVID-19 travel insurance.

Norwegians won’t have to quarantine, but they will have daily temperature checks for 14 days.

You can also check our guide on St Maarten opening to tourists for more details.

Slovakia

Norwegian citizens can fly to Slovakia now. As long as Norway is on this list of “green countries”, there are no quarantine or PCR requirements for Norwegians.

Where can norwegian tourists travel right now

Slovakia

More information can be found on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Slovenia

Slovenia is one of the countries that Norwegian residents can travel to, as long as Norway is on this list of approved countries.

Like other countries, Slovenia uses a “traffic light” system to determine countries’ entry requirements. Some parts of Norway are considered “green,” which means there are no travel restrictions for travelers from there. Other parts of Norway are considered “red,” which means travelers from there must present a negative PCR test that was taken within 48 hours of arrival, or else they will have to self-isolate for ten days. The PCR test must come from an approved EU lab or one on this list.

You can check the requirements for your region here and find more information on the Republic of Slovenia’s official website.

Somalia

Somalia has opened its borders to Norwegian tourists, although we do not recommend traveling there because it is considered a high-risk destination.

Where can norwegian travelers travel

Somalia

Norwegians must have a negative PCR test that was taken within four days of arrival. Otherwise, they will have to quarantine for 14 days.

South Africa

Another one of the places Norwegians can travel to is South Africa, one of the best countries to visit in Africa. Norwegian travelers must download the COVID Alert SA app, present proof of a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of arrival, and have COVID-19 travel insurance.

Countries norwegian travelers can travel to

South Africa

More information is available on our guide on South Africa reopening to tourists.

Spain

Norwegian citizens can travel to Spain right now. Entry requirements vary based on which part of Norway you are coming from, so be sure to check the list here to find out what you need to do to visit Spain. If you are coming from a high-risk area, you will have to provide evidence of a negative PCR or TMA test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival.

Where can norwegians travel

Spain

All travelers have to submit this health control form.

More details can be found on our guide on “Is Spain open for travel?.

Sudan

Sudan is allowing Norwegian residents to travel there. The only entry requirement for Norwegians is that they have a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival.

You can find more information here.

Sweden

Sweden is one of the countries Norwegian travelers can visit without travel restrictions. Norwegians do not have to take a PCR test or quarantine to enter Sweden.

Places norwegians can travel

Sweden

More details can be found on the Swedish Police website and this official website.

Switzerland

As long as Norway is not on this list of high-risk countries, Norwegian tourists can enter Switzerland without any entry requirements. That means there is no requirement to quarantine or take a PCR test to visit Switzerland.

More information is available on the Federal Office of Public Health’s website.

Tanzania

Tanzania is one of the places Norwegians can travel right now. There are no entry requirements other than completing a Health Surveillance Form on your flight. You will also have to undergo a medical check on arrival and take a PCR test if you show any symptoms of COVID.

Travel restrictions for norwegians

Tanzania

You can find more details in our guide to Tanzania reopening for tourism.

Thailand

Thailand is open to travel from Norway. Norwegians are exempt of visa but they need to purchase COVID-19 travel insurance that has over $100,000 USD of coverage and book a stay at a certified accommodation, such as an Alternative State Quarantine facility. Norwegians also have to apply for a Certificate of Entry.

Upon arrival in Thailand, Norwegian travelers will have to quarantine in their accommodation for 14 days.

More information is available on this website.

Togo

Togo is one of the countries Norwegian citizens can travel to. They must provide evidence of a negative PCR test from within seven days of their trip and buy COVID-19 travel insurance. Norwegians also need to download the TOGO SAFE app and submit this form to pay for the PCR test they are required to take on arrival.

Once they take their PCR test on arrival, Norwegian travelers will have to self-isolate for about 24 hours until their results are ready.

More details can be found on the official tourism website.

Tunisia

Norwegian residents can visit Tunisia right now. They just need to download the Track and Trace app and present proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival. Norwegians also need to complete a health form and quarantine for 7 days from their arrival at a government-selected hotel at their own expense.

Where can norwegians travel right now

Tunisia

 They must also pay for and book a RT-PCR test to be taken between day 5 and day 7 of their quarantine period. If that test is negative, they will be released from quarantine.

More information is available on our guide on Tunisia reopening for tourism.

Turkey

Turkey is allowing Norwegian travelers to visit without travel restrictions. Norwegians arriving in the country will need to have proof of a negative PCR COVID test result that was obtained within 72 hours of departure. They must also complete a Turkey Entrance Form within the 72 hours before travel.

There is no mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

You can find more details on our guide on Turkey is open for tourism.

Turks and Caicos Islands

The Turks and Caicos Islands is another one of the countries Norwegian tourists can visit now. Norwegian travelers have to present a negative PCR test result that was issued within five days of arrival and purchase COVID-19 travel insurance, like this. They must also submit this Travel Authorization Form.

More information is available on our guide on Turkey is open for tourists.

Uganda

Uganda is one of the places Norwegians can visit now. The only entry requirement for Norwegians is that they have proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of boarding their flight. They will also be subject to a medical evaluation on arrival.

Countries norwegian residents can travel to

Uganda

More details can be found on this website.

Ukraine

Norwegian residents can travel to Ukraine without entry restrictions as long as Norway is considered a low-risk or “green” country on this list. All Norwegians need to do is buy COVID-19 travel insurance from a company that is registered in Ukraine.

More information is available on this website.

United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates is allowing Norwegian citizens to visit right now.

Entry restrictions vary depending on which emirate you are visiting, so I recommend checking out our guide on United Arab Emirates opening to tourism.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is one of the countries Norwegian travelers can travel to right now. Since Norway is included in the amber list, Norwegians must present a negative COVID-19 test result that was obtained within 3 days of departure and submit a digital passenger locator form within 48 hours of arriving in the UK.

Travel restrictions for norwegian residents

United Kingdom

They must also book and pay for two COVID-19 tests, one to be taken on day 2 after their arrival in the UK and another to be taken on day 8. Norwegians must quarantine at their accommodation for 10 days after their arrival in the UK.

You can find all the information in our guide on the United Kingdom is opening for travel.

Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is one of the places Norwegian tourists can travel right now. Uzbekistan determines countries’ entry restrictions by using a “traffic light” system. Norway is considered a “yellow” country on this list, so Norwegians need to provide evidence of a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival, or else they will have to get tested on arrival and quarantine for 14 days.

More details are available on Uzbekistan’s official tourism website.

Vatican City

Vatican City is open to Norwegians as long as they meet the entry requirements for Italy. Norwegians must have proof of a negative PCR test that was taken within 48 hours of arrival. They also have to fill in a Self-Declaration Form.

The Ministry of Health’s official website has more information if you need it.

Zambia

Zambia has opened its borders to Norwegian residents, who need to have proof of a negative PCR test from within 72 hours before their arrival. Upon arrival in Zambia, all travelers will undergo a health screening and have to complete a Traveler Health Questionnaire.

Norwegians are not required to quarantine, but they must monitor themselves for COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days after their arrival.

Where can norwegian residents travel right now

Zambia

More details can be found on our guide on Zambia is open for tourists.

Zimbabwe

One of the countries Norwegian travelers can visit is Zimbabwe. Norwegian travelers must submit a negative PCR test issued within 48 hours of their trip and must self-isolate for 10 days after their arrival.

You can check our guide on Zimbabwe travel restrictions for more information.

These are the countries that are open for Norwegian tourists, although the list may vary as the COVID situation develops. We’ll update the list if anything changes.

If you have any questions about a specific country, leave us a comment and we will be happy to help.

Safe travels!

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