Quarantine Packages


If you’re traveling to The Below List of Countries Open for travel with required COVID-19 testing and quarantine upon 

arrival. Here’s how we can help you and your families with visas, PCR tests, accommodation and transfers.


01 United States of America – Self-quarantine for 14 days is recommended but not required for all ( Depends)


02 Canada – Self-Quarantine for 14 days required for all countries (Depends)


03 Bahrain – Mandatory Quarantine for 10 days required for all countries


04 Oman – Mandatory Isolation for 7 days required for all countries.


05 Saudi Arabia- Mandatory Quarantine for 7 days required for all countries


06 Kuwait -Self-quarantine for 14 days is required for all countries.


Quarantine Packages are available from the below countries.

Fly to Saudi Arabia Via Quarantine Packages From Maldives

Fly to UAE via Tashkent. 16 Days Tashkent Quarantine package.
Fly To Saudi Arabia after 15 nights Maldives Quarantine Package.
Fly to UAE via Armenia.
Fly to UAE via Serbia Quarantine Package Belgrade.
Fly to Saudi Arabia via Belgrade Quarantine Packages. …
Fly to USA via Mexico Stop Over and Quarantine Packages
Fly to Canada via Serbia Stop over Package
Russia Quarantine Package to travel Saudia Arabia.

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Quarantine is basically means used to keep someone away (those who might have been affected or exposed to coronavirus COVID-19) from others. Quarantine helps maximum to prevent the spread of any  disease that can arise before a person even knows they are sick or if they are infested with virus without sensing any symptoms. Individuals in quarantine should stay home, Hotel, isolate themselves, track their health, and follow instructions from their state or local health department.

What does quarantine mean in terms of the coronavirus?

Quarantine during the time of coronavirus means separating & restricting movement for anyone who is or may have been affected or exposed to the virus. This means confining the person in question to one place, be it a medical facility or their home or Hotel.

Being in quarantine Period means you can monitor when symptoms develop and, if it turns out you have been exposed, you will not spread the virus to others as you and the virus will remain in your home.

Quarantine is a public health strategy and the World Health Organisation advises that it “may delay the peak of an epidemic in an area where local transmission is ongoing”.

What’s the difference between self-isolating and quarantine?

Though both self-isolation and quarantine exist to decrease public exposure to a disease, according to the CDC:

isolation separates people with a contagious disease from people who are not ill
quarantine separates and restricts the movement of people who are not ill but may have been exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become ill.
In other words, quarantine isn’t reserved for people who are ill. People who appear healthy can still be quarantined.

Whilst there is a difference between isolation and quarantine, the measures you take to self-quarantine or isolate at home are similar.

How to self-quarantine
Unless you live alone, when living in quarantine, WHO recommends you should make sure you have a room to yourself that is ventilated. Preferably, you’ll also have your own bathroom.

You should not leave the house for non-essential reasons (eg to go to work if you can work from home) and you should not come into contact with any other people.

Quarantine should last for the length of the incubation period of the virus, that means the time between being potentially exposed and potentially showing symptoms. For coronavirus, this has been recommended by the CDC to be 14 days. If you develop symptoms during quarantine, you should start your period of isolation again.

According to Unicef, the spread of most respiratory viruses, like coronavirus, occurs when mucus or droplets containing the virus get into your body through your eyes, nose or throat.

Mostly, this happens through your hands. Hands are also one of the most common ways that viruses spread to other people through touching the same thing as others.

Washing your hands frequently with soap and water for at least twenty seconds is a cheap and effective way of helping to remove traces of the virus from your hands.

WHO also advises that you cough into your elbow or a tissue and dispose of any rubbish in a double-bagged bin bag, separate to the rest of your household waste.

Quarantine is a preventative measure so you should consistently take note of how you’re feeling.

If you feel any symptoms, no matter how small, you should note down what they are and when you first felt them. This will act as guidance for any potential next steps, eg starting day 1 of 7 days of self-isolation.

According to the CDC, quarantine is medically “very effective in protecting the public from disease”. Though often requiring huge effort and brutal change, following quarantine measures when required is a small price to pay for long term public health.

If you’d like to learn more about how to self-isolate, check out our blog post about the difference between self-isolation and social distancing.

For the latest advice on how to respond to the coronavirus, please consult the World Health Organization and take guidance from your national government’s latest advice.


Individuals who have come in contact with somebody who has COVID-19.
Individuals who have tested positive within the past 3 months and improved do not have to quarantine or get tested again (as long as they do not develop any new symptoms).
Individuals who have developed symptoms once again within 3 months must get tested again if there is no other reason recognized for their symptoms.
Individuals who have been in close contact with somebody who has COVID-19 are not required to quarantine if they have been vaccinated against the disease and show no symptoms.


You were in contact within 6 feet of somebody who has COVID-19 for a total of 15 minutes or more
You provided care at home to somebody who is sick with COVID-19
You had straight physical contact with the person
You shared drinking or eating vessels
They coughed, sneezed, or someway got respiratory droplets on you


Stay home for 14 days post your last contact with an individual who has COVID-19.
Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath, or any other symptoms of COVID-19
Stay away from people especially who are at higher risk for getting very ill from COVID-19


The home quarantined person must:

Stay in a well-ventilated room which has an attached toilet.
If another family member has to stay in the same room, it’s sensible to maintain a distance of at least 1 meter between the two.
Needs to stay away from old people, expectant women, children, and individuals with higher risk.
Restrict his movement within the house.
Under no circumstances he should attend any social gathering.


• Wash hand or use a hand sanitizer

• Avoid sharing household items

• Wear a surgical mask all the time.

Change your mask in every 6-8 hours.
Disposable masks should never be reused.
If symptoms appear he/she should directly inform the nearest health center


Only one family member should take care of the such person
• Use disposable gloves when cleaning the surfaces

• Wash hands thoroughly after removing gloves •

Visitors should not be allowed •
In case if the person being quarantined becomes symptomatic, then all his close contacts will be home quarantined (for 14 days)

How to Protect Yourself & Others

Everybody who is 2 years and older should wear masks in public.
Masks must be worn in addition to staying at least 6 feet apart, especially around people who don’t stay with you.
If somebody in your household is infected, people in the household must wear a mask to avoid further spread.
Use hand sanitizer or wash your hands before putting on your mask.
Wear your mask by covering your nose and mouth.

If you have to repeatedly adjust your mask, you need to find a different mask type.
Please make sure you can breathe easily.

Effective from February 2, 2021, masks are compulsory on buses, trains, planes, and other forms of public transportation.​

You should stay 6 feet away from individuals who are

Inside your home: Evade close contact with people who are sick.
Outside your home: Maintain 6 feet of distance between yourself and people who don’t live with you.

Official COVID-19 vaccines can help you protect yourself from COVID-19.
You must get the vaccination when it is available to you.
Being in crowds like in bars, gyms, restaurants, puts you at higher risk for COVID-19.
Evade indoor spaces that do not have fresh air.
If indoors, bring in fresh air by opening the windows.

Wash your hands frequently with soap for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place.
If soap and water is not accessible, use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol.
Avoid touching your nose, eyes, and mouth with grubby hands.

Clean tables, handles, keyboards, light switches, desks, phones, toilets, sinks etc. whenever required.
If you know someone is sick, disinfect immediately

Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath, or any other symptoms of COVID-19.
Especially important if you are going to office or workplace.
Check your temperature if symptoms develop.

When you are going out in public, it is extremely important to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from people. Consider the following tips for practicing social distancing when you are planning to go out.

Know Before You Go: Before stepping out, know and follow the regulation from local public health authorities where you live.
Prepare for Transport: Consider social distancing choices to travel safely when running errands or traveling to and from work,
Limit Contact: Only visit shops selling household necessities only when you need to and wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from others who are not from your house.
Select Safe Social Activities: You can stay socially connected with friends and family who don’t live with you by calling, using video chat, or staying connected via social media. If you have to meet others in person, stay at least 6 feet from them.
Keep Distance at Gatherings: It is better to avoid crowded places where it may be difficult to stay 6 feet away from others who are not from your household.
Stay Distanced While Being Active: Consider going for a walk, or a run in your neighborhood or in another safe location where you can maintain at least 6 feet of distance between other walkers and