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Safe vacation in the Kaunertal nature park and glacier region
The health and protection of all guests and locals are very important to the tourism businesses in the Kaunertal nature park and glacier region in Tyrol. In order to guarantee a relaxed holiday, all necessary and officially prescribed hygiene and safety measures are implemented in mountain railways, means of transport as well as hotels and restaurants. Away from large crowds, our region convinces with alpine natural spaces, an extensive and natural landscape, the best air quality and diverse leisure activities in the great outdoors. Ideal conditions for relaxing days with "distance".
To give you an overview, we have put together the most important information for you, which should ensure a safe and carefree holiday in the Kaunertal region.
Covid-19 update | Key facts at a glance
The 3-G rule means: that people must be vaccinated, recovered or tested and is necessary for access (gastronomy, accommodation, huts & alpine pastures, events, attractions, leisure facilities, etc.).
Vaccinated: Proof of vaccination must be presented.
Since August 15, 2021, the status "Vaccinated" in Austria only applies after receiving the second vaccination. Exception: Vaccination with the vaccine from Johnson & Johnson for which only one vaccination is necessary. Here the "VACCINATED" status continues to apply from the 22nd day after receiving the vaccination. The second vaccination is valid for a maximum of 270 days from the time of the second vaccination.
Genesis: Genesis People are exempt from the obligation to test for six months after the infection has expired. Evidence includes, for example, a separation notice or a medical confirmation that an infection has been confirmed by molecular biology. Evidence of neutralizing antibodies counts for three months from the time of the test.
Tested: someone is considered tested if a negative test result (officially recognized) is present for the specified period.
Validity of the tests:
Negative PCR test (valid for 72 hours)
Negative antigen test (valid for 48 hours) - Attention from 15.09.2021 only valid for 24 hours
Negative antigen test for personal use, which is recorded in an official data processing system (valid for 24 hours)
When entering from high-risk and high-incidence countries, a 3-G certificate must also be presented. Vaccinated or recovered people from these risk countries do not have to go to quarantine, but those who have been tested do. The quarantine can be ended from the fifth day after entry with a new negative test result. The return travel regulations and quarantine requirements in the countries must also be observed.
On the return journey z. B. to Germany, Switzerland and Italy there is no quarantine requirement.
- Here you will find an overview of the most important questions and measures regarding the current ordinance of 15.09.2021
- Information from the Federal Ministry for the Corona step-by-step plan for autumn 2021
Before your stay - plan your summer vacation
Here you will find all the important answers and tips for a summer holiday in Tyrol and the Kaunertal holiday region. Find out about the current situation in Tyrol before you start your journey. In order to be able to enjoy your vacation without worries, we recommend that you take out travel insurance.
At the holiday destination - enjoy a safe and carefree holiday
Here you will find all information and rules of conduct for accommodation, gastronomy, mobility, mountain railways and test options in the region. The health of all guests and residents is very important to us.
Summer mountain railways - measures & information
The Kaunertaler Gletscherbahnen and Sommerberg Fendels are well prepared for a safe summer and are already looking forward to seeing you again! The exact security measures will follow shortly. Skiing for sun skiing on the Kaunertal Glacier will resume as soon as possible, depending on Covid regulations.
Departure - after a relaxing vacation
Here you will find an overview of the current regulations for leaving Tyrol. Please always find out about the current return measures in your home country. Often times, conditions change very quickly.