Travel to Russia in 2022: Covid-19 Update


Like many of you, we’re all itching to get back to doing what we love:  experiencing the excitement of travel to a foreign land.  What does this mean for your planned Russia Trip or Mt. Elbrus Climb in 2022?  For one, travel to Russia IS open to citizens of more than 80 countries!  Here is the most updated travel information as of Dec. 1, 2021:

Countries whose citizens are being allowed travel into Russia:

-Europe: Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Slovenia, Denmark, Spain, Andorra, Slovakia, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Belgium, Ireland, Albania, Cyprus, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, Switzerland, Serbia, Finland, Germany, Estonia, Malta, Iceland, Portugal, UK, Austria, Hungary, Luxembourg, Croatia, Turkey, Liechtenstein

-Middle East: Oman, Iran, Kuwait, Iraq, Bahrain, Jordan, UAE, Qatar, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon

-Asia and South Pacific: Mongolia, Bangladesh, Thailand, New Zealand, China, South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Maldives, Sri Lanka, India 

-Africa: Tunisia, South Africa, Djibouti, Kenya, Egypt, Seychelles, Ethiopia, Morocco, Mauritius, Tanzania

-South/Central America: Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica, Bahamas, Colombia, Peru, Cuba, Venezuela, Dominican Republic

-North America: United States, Mexico

-Former Soviet Bloc (i.e. Eurasia) – Moldova, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan

Travel to Russia IS open to US and UK citizens, with no quarantine restrictions upon arrival.

In light of reduced international travel this past year, we launched virtual tours to Russia this spring!  Learn about Russia through an authentic, interactive 90-minute experience with a local guide.  Think history, culture, and travel all tied into one!

Check out the link below and book your spot now.  Available experiences include:

-Virtual Dagestan

-Virtual Chechnya

-Virtual Ossetia

-Virtual Mt. Elbrus Climb

-Virtual Caucasus Mountain Adventures

-Virtual Soviet Vacation (i.e. Pyatigorsk)

-Virtual Moscow

-Virtual St. Petersburg

-Russia for Kids

-And more!

Inquire today with any questions or if you’d like to book your own private virtual tour!

***Information in this post is up-to-date at the time of publishing. We will be editing this post monthly as we learn of changes in our area and Russia in general. We would love to talk to you directly if you have any other questions!



ALL Travel Services to Russia and Mt. Elbrus have been indefinitely suspended as of Feb. 2022.

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