The covid-19 pandemic has caused an enormous amount of distress and disruption all over the world, including Greece. Finally, we are beginning to emerge from this dark nightmare that has paralyzed our lives for the past few months and look to the future with hope.
With the greek borders reopening to foreign visitors, we can again welcome travelers to our beautiful country. We are recommencing selected tours around the country and are working hard to start running more as restrictions ease and attractions reopen.
Please be assured that all our tours will adhere to safety regulations and strict hygiene practices. New safety measures in place include:
- Mask use is mandatory on all tours.
- Vehicles and shared equipment will be disinfected after each use.
- Temperature checks may be in place for some tours.
- A safe distance of 1 meter will be maintained between travelers wherever possible.
If you are traveling to areas with presumed ongoing community transmission of COVID-19 you should:
Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or a disinfectant, especially after coughing or sneezing, before handling and consuming food.
Avoid contact with animals (dead or alive), meat markets and meat products (such as raw meat).
Avoid visiting live bird and animal markets.
Avoid contact with patients who appear ill with respiratory symptoms.
During your stay in areas with presumed ongoing community transmission of COVID-19 you should:
Postpone your trip if you have a fever and/or respiratory symptoms such as cough or shortness of breath.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or with your elbow (not with your hands) when you cough or sneeze.
Avoid contact with other people if you have a fever and/or respiratory symptoms such as cough or shortness of breath.
After your return from areas with presumed ongoing community transmission of COVID-19:
Watch your health closely for 14 days.
If you develop a fever and/or respiratory symptoms such as shortness of breath or cough 14 days after you have returned, it is recommended that you stay indoors and immediately seek medical attention mentioning your recent trip, or contact the National Public Health Organization (210-5212000, 210-5212054).
The Let’s Get Tour team