Sumary of Ireland to reopen visa-free travel to South Africans shortly:
- Earlier this year, in a bid to mitigate the spread of the new COVID-19 variants in that country, the Republic of Ireland revoked visa-free travel privileges to several high-risk nations including South Africa..
- While most of Europe is still off-limits to South African travellers, the Republic of Ireland will soon permit South Africans to travel to that country without the need to apply for a visa before departure..
- Travelnews reports that the Embassy of Ireland in Pretoria has confirmed that South African passport holders shortly be able to enter that country without requiring a visa prior in advance..
- COVID-19 TEST REQUIRED FOR ENTRY Travellers entering the Republic of Ireland also have to present a negative COVID-19 test result….