Product packaging must contain health warnings and constituent information as specified in the law. There seems to be a number of vape shops to pick up supplies and a reasonable vaping community on the island. Moreover, the number of the countries that have completely banned these products is increasing. Vaping and the import of vaping devices are legal in Canada — but all vaping gear and accessories must be authorized by Health Canada before being sold in the country. E-cigarettes must be able to deliver a dose of nicotine at a consistent level under normal conditions of use. In Italy, France and Austria, marriage or legal stable relationships are also necessary for IVF and surrogate maternity services. Taking and using your device should be done so with caution and it’s not recommended to travel with anything of value. Even having a device in your luggage could land you in hot water with customs. What you need to know: Vaping is permitted and there are very few restrictions. Ecigs can be purchased and used pretty much anywhere. A reader of our blog has advised that "There is no rule nor enforcement regarding vaping". Vaping/Smoking is also now banned in 23 places, for a full list, please take a look at this article. What you need to know: Electronic cigarettes are unregulated in Pakistan which means that you can vape in most places and buy supplies with relative ease. What you need to know: Iceland is not a member of the EU and therefore does not come under the TPD laws. Only shortfill bottles of e-juice can be purchased since the bottles containing nicotine are restricted to 10ml. In terms of vaping in public areas, there does not seem to be an issue providing you stick to designated smoking areas. Take a low-cost device in case customs decide to confiscate it and check with locals before you start vaping. While most airlines will tell you before takeoff that vaping is banned, some may not. This gives the government a monopoly on the sale of vape products and also heavily limits supply and options. There is no legal basis for this under Cuban law but if you are planning to travel take a device with you don’t mind leaving behind. You can view the Brunei Ministry of Health statement on vaping by clicking here. [91] ARGENTINA – Banned. However, information is hard to come by so if you plan on visiting do you own research prior to arrival. What you need to know: The Swiss Federal Administrative Court (FAC) overturned a ban on electronic cigarettes with nicotine in March 2018. September 2019 update: A number of deaths have been linked to vaping by the US health authorities with further claims that 500 people are seriously ill from using e-cigarettes. Smoking is generally still permitted pretty much everywhere, as is vaping. Smoking is prohibited in the majority of indoor public places and workplaces as well as public transport. What you need to know: It is not 100% clear but vaping does seem to be permitted but not in public. This won't be an issue if you're just visiting the country. Overall it’s a fairly confusing picture but for people who vape juices with nicotine then Oz is not a great country to visit. Most of Europe allows vaping, as long as it is not in a public establishment. If you plan on staying for a while then you’ll require a doctor’s note to show that your vaping to help quit smoking. As with Bangladesh, play it safe and only vape where smoking is permitted until you have a better idea of the local laws. Nicotine is now classed as a Class C poison. Smoking (including vaping) is banned in private vehicles when a minor (under 18 years) is present. In the financial year 2016-17, the tax generated from tobacco products amounted to £354,747,388,680.00. Following the usual court challenges in both nations in 2015, the sale and use of vaping devices is legal under EU guidelines. ... A Country by Country Status on Vaping. What you need to know: Bangladesh has a small but growing vaping culture and vape shops are present in larger cities to buy supplies. What you need to know: As you would expect the Dutch attitude is fairly liberal towards vaping. What you need to know: There is a total ban on e-cigarettes and vaping. What you need to know: Vaping is currently permitted but is subject clean air laws from the countries tobacco regulation act. If you look at travel forums many people report being able to vape in public without any issues, however, it’s not something we suggest risking. E-Cigarettes are classed as tobacco products and therefore the same rules should apply. Vaping supplies can be picked up whilst visiting Bulgaria and in a fast-growing market you should see a few brands you recognise. What you need to know: Unlike their neighbours, New Zealand has a far more progressive attitude to vaping that is more in line with the UK. What you need to know: Vaping is legal in Mexico, however under federal law, you can not sell, trade, promote, distribute or produce any vape related products. What you need to know: Vaping products are regulated as a tobacco product and so the same restrictions apply to vaping as do to smoking. What you need to know: E-cigarettes are classed as tobacco products by law so are treated in the same way. Vaping is permitted in public places but don’t expect that many vape shops as the industry is only starting to establish itself. Instead, as with many other countries, e-cigs are bundled in with traditional cigarettes. Until 2016, Hungary prohibited nicotine-containing e-cigarette liquids. What you need to know: Vaping is legal and you can travel to Cuba with your device and liquids. The warning “Dieses Produkt enthält Nikotin: einen Stoff, der sehr stark abhängig macht. What you need to know: The ministry of health banned the importation of all vaping items in 2017. This was expected to come into force in the summer of 2018. Generally vaping is allowed with the variation coming in the form of where you are allowed to vape. However, countries like Vaping is allowed in areas where you can smoke but there is now a total ban on smoking in all bars, restaurants and workplaces. Vape shops do exist in larger towns and cities so you may want to stock up before heading anywhere more rural. Laws vary from outright bans to no regulation at all so if you’re travelling through the area check the local laws of each country you’ll be passing through. However, a quick Google search returns several active vape shops, especially in the Capital. What you need to know: The importation and sale of e-cigarettes are prohibited by the Lebanese Government. New laws were passed in 2016 prohibiting vaping on public transport or in areas where children are present. You can bring as many mods or juices as you want, providing it's for personal use, but make sure that you don’t try to bring them in their original boxes as that makes look like the item is for selling.". They also advised that there were no issues taking their device through airport security. Portugal E-cigarettes are legal in Portugal but are regulated by Law no. What you need to know: Using e-cigarettes in Cambodia has been banned since 2014. This doesn’t mean it is legal, it may simply be authorities turning a blind eye so proceed with caution. Vaping laws tend to vary from region to region but e-cigarettes are permitted throughout China so just check on any regional variations before you visit. There are provisions that restrict the use of the packaging for advertisement or promotional purposes, as well as advertising, promotion and sponsorship on print and electronic media. What you need to know: There was a total ban on vaping in Columbia which now appears to have been lifted. Smoking is banned in all public spaces including outside terraces of bars and restaurants. However, we would advise proceeding with caution if you’re travelling to the country and wish to vape. What you need to know: It’s not totally clear but many travel forums have users reporting they have used their ecigs freely and purchased supplies whilst visiting the country. If you plan on visiting the country and packing your device, do so with caution and do your own research before leaving. You cannot use your ecig on public transport or enclosed public spaces. Don't take an expensive device with you in case you meet a customs office having a bad day and only take juice you intend to use yourself. Vaping in all public enclosed areas is banned. What you need to know: Vaping is permitted and ecig usage is governed by the same rules that cover smoking. Austria The sale of e-cigs to under 18's is banned and generally vaping will be subjected to the same laws as smoking. Also, avoid poor places like favelas when carrying anything fancy (don’t vape there as you will draw unwanted attention). There are some regional differences regarding where you are allowed to vape so check before pulling out your device. Many travellers report no issues taking devices into the country and using them whilst visiting. The majority of European states allow vaping, although heavy taxation is becoming more common which can make stocking up on supplies whilst visiting expensive. What you need to know: Sweden, like Denmark, had classed e-cigarettes as medical products meaning they were banned from sale to the consumer. The Tobacco Act contains a requirement to notify the Federal Ministry of Health prior to introducing a product to the market and notification requires compliance with a range of product specifications including on pack warnings. What you need to know:  Reports on weather Vaping in Eygpt is legal are mixed. Outright bans exist across much of the continent and where bans don’t exist the laws are unclear. The vape market is pretty strong and you should have no problems buying supplies whilst visiting. What you need to know: Vaping is permitted in Indonesia, however, as of the 1st July 2018, the government will be imposing a 57% excise tax on all e-liquids containing traces of tobacco. Before 2015, e-cigs were regulated as medical products, but a court ruled the law unconstitutional. If you’re in any doubt ask someone who looks local! Smoking/Vaping is banned in all workplaces and enclosed public places. What you need to know: Surprisingly for a country that has been considered ‘smoker friendly,’ their vaping laws are pretty tough. Therefore, vaping is banned in all public buildings, and the sale to a minor is prohibited. What you need to know: We have been unable to find a definitive answer, however, what we have discovered is there seems to be a very inconsistent approach. Happily, ecigs were not included in the ban, although it’s still advisable to check with locals or staff if you want to vape whilst on private premises. Unbelievably, e-cigarettes are governed by a law first introduced to regulate the sale of candy cigarettes. Austria was due to introduce a wide-ranging smoking ban in 2018 which would have included vaping but this plan was dropped by the new government in December 2017. Ireland, like the Dutch, takes a fairly liberal approach to vaping and at the time of writing there are no plans to change this approach. Smoking (including vaping) is banned in private vehicles when a minor (under 18 years) is present. San Francisco has banned flavoured e-liquids and it’s reported New York may soon do the same. In some countries where e-cigarettes are banned, Vaping may remain legal, but laws may make nicotine-containing e-liquids illegal. Of all the continents we’ve looked as Africa is perhaps the hardest to get clear information on. E-cigarettes and refill containers should be child- and tamper-proof, protected against breakage and leakage, and have a mechanism that ensures filling without leakage. Generally vaping is permitted anywhere smoking is allowed and vape stores can be found in virtually every town and city if you need to stock up on e-liquids or other supplies. The country prohibits vaping in places where smoking is also prohibited. What you need to know: Hosts of the World Cup in 2022 but definitely not a vape friendly country. Vaping in a car with anyone under 18 is against the law, Vaping in a car with anyone under 18 is against the law, Most EU members adopted the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) from May 2017 and this makes the general approach to vaping across the EU broadly similar to that of the UK. Vaping has been touted as an innovative, effective, and healthy alternative to smoking, but many consumers ask – is it safe? By a law passed by the parliament e-cigarettes are classified as tobacco products. On the other hand, more liberal countries as Sweden, Denmark, Ireland, and the United States have no limitations like that. What you need to know: Vaping is permitted and they have a number of vape shops should you run out of the essentials. There are vape suppliers on the island and you are free to take your own device with you. There is no law against taking your ecig with you when you visit Mexico but there have been reports of devices being confiscated by customs. We've summarised the information they provided below; "When you come to Brazil, you can bring your vape, don’t hide anything from the authorities, cover your batterie tops well and bring enough juice for your own use. You can take your own devices and liquids into the country and use them where smoking is permitted. What you need to know: Where better place to start than good old blighty. Vape shops do exist but they have been known to be raided and closed down by authorities. Vaping is currently unregulated which has allowed a thriving market including vape shops and cafes to develop. What you need to know: There is not a lot of information on Vaping in Serbia, however from our research it does appear to be permitted. If you’re visiting the country play it safe and don’t vape where smoking is banned. Don’t vape in enclosed public spaces, near hospitals, schools or anywhere that has a sign saying that you can’t smoke. In the case of Austria, there are no added restrictions. Some major cities are looking at classing e-cigarettes as a tobacco product which would mean new laws to govern their use. What you need to know: Vaping is legal and treated much the same as smoking. This vapour is often flavoured and can contain nicotine. Buying supplies whilst you’re visiting Romania should also be nice and easy as they have dedicated vape shops in most cities. What you need to know:  It was reported in March 2019 that Seychelles would be legalising e-cigarettes. Smoking is banned in all public indoor spaces and so the same rules apply to vaping. A proposed law to ban vaping in 2015 was never passed, instead, politicians decided that a 2011 ruling by the Technical Committee of Drugs that stated "all potentially toxic products couldn’t be imported or sold"  was sufficient. The major cities and tourist hot spots have vape shops and there are no current issues taking you device and liquids with you when travelling to Morocco. Some restaurants and pubs will allow vaping if you ask nicely. You can buy supplies in Hungary but expect to pay above the odds for liquids. The e-cigarette is a relatively new phenomenon, so in most places legislation is yet to really catch up with the technology. Buying vaping supplies whilst in Ukraine should be possible as dedicated vape shops are present in the larger cities and towns. We are attempting to contact some of these vape shops to get a clearer picture. What you need to know: Vaping is legal with few restrictions. Norwegians can buy nicotine containing vaping products abroad but only if they can prove it is to help them quit smoking. What you need to know: There does not appear to any laws that specifically governs vaping. What you need to know: There is virtually no information on whether vaping is permitted in Bolivia. Romania E-cigarettes are legal in Romania and the strict ban on vaping in public places does not apply. There are approximately 4000 vape shops and 300 e-liquid manufacturers in the country so getting supplies, even if they do cost a little more from July 2018, shouldn't pose too many problems. What you need to know: It’s difficult to get a 100% clear picture but vaping appears to be unregulated with little limitations placed on vapers. Vaping is permitted, however, the sale of nicotine-containing products is not. You can purchase vape supplies easily and restrictions on vaping in public are largely permitted in areas where you can smoke. What you need to know: Vaping is regulated by the same laws as smoking and therefore you are permitted to vape in the same areas you can smoke. What you need to know: E-cigarettes are classed as a tobacco product and so the same rules apply to vaping as they do to smoking. What you need to know: It appears that Taiwan has banned e-cigarettes and e-liquids. In terms of where you can and can’t vape, we understand that vaping is permitted where smoking is permitted. E-liquid should not contain certain additives, and only high quality ingredients should be used in their manufacture. What you need to know: Vaping products are classified in the same way as cigarettes so the same rules apply. What you need to know: E-cigarettes are legal but vaping is not allowed in public. Es wird nicht für den Gebrauch durch Nichtraucher empfohlen” (‘This product contains nicotine which is a highly addictive substance. We say should as in 2015 a fine imposed on a woman for vaping in an enclosed public space was overturned by the courts. If you’re making a shorter trip then you shouldn’t have any issues. It would appear that vaping is permitted and you can use your e-cigs where smoking is permitted. A bill to regulate the industry was put forward in 2017 but this failed to pass so their appears to be little restrictions on the Icelandic vape market. What you need to know: Vaping is permitted, however, it is banned on public transport. What you need to know: Another country where ecigs are regulated as tobacco products so the same rules apply. If in doubt, find some friendly looking locals to explain what’s allowed. Vaping is permitted anywhere you can smoke but getting supplies locally may get trickier as vape shops start to shut up shop. As a special focus was put on the European markets of VON ERL. Classed as a tobacco product therefore vaping is only allowed where smoking is permitted, "all potentially toxic products couldn’t be imported or sold", New Zealand Health Ministry endorsed ecigs as a harm reduction and smoking cessation tool. For that reason there is a thriving vaping market despite the law. The laws currently classify vaping products as tobacco imitations and the sale, manufacturing and marketing/advertising is prohibited. E-cigarettes were only legalised as a consumer product in 2016 and they are classed as a tobacco product so get hit with the same restrictions as smoking. What you need to know: Information is limited but vaping does seem to be permitted. There are restrictions on use in indoor and outdoor public places, in vehicles with a children under 16 years of age and how and where they can be promoted and sold, which are covered in … Switzerland is not part of the EU so does not have the TPD restrictions that member states have to conform to. Vaping may be legal but E-liquid May Not Be In some of the countries that restrict e-cigarettes, vaping may still be legal but the laws in place might make e-liquid that contains nicotine illegal. The Punta Cana airport website states "These devices are allowed to travel in your carry-on baggage. E-cigs are legal to buy and use and buying supplies whilst visiting shouldn’t present any issues. In Australia, possessing or selling nicotine is illegal without a doctor’s prescription, but except in one state (Western Australia) vaping devices are legal to sell. Australia has strict laws on Vaping, the strictest in the English-speaking world, and is unable to declare unanimous states. What you need to know: Another country that doesn’t like to make life easy for vapers with each individual state setting their own laws. Unlike Europe where the approach to vaping is relatively consistent, Asia is very much the opposite. Wherever smoking is banned so is vaping. What you need to know: The maximum penalty for vaping is ten years in prison. What you need to know: Vaping does appear to be legal and there are a small number of vape shops if you wish to buy supplies whilst visiting. However, the issues seem to arise when you try and leave with many people having all their gear confiscated regardless of whether it’s been packed in hold or hand luggage. Australia has some some very tight laws governing vaping, some of the most strict in the English speaking world and they aren't consistent state to state. What you need to know: There are no known regulations covering e-cigarettes in Papua New Guinea. What you need to know: Vaping is not banned but using e-liquids that contain nicotine is. The list below covers approximately 150 of the most popular travel destinations. There are a large number of vape shops, mostly found in the larger towns and cities. The use of CBD oil is legal, but it must have a THC content that is less than 0.2 percent. What you need to know: Another country where it’s tricky to get details, however, we believe vaping is permitted and there are vape shops in some cities. Nevertheless, the country introduced a 65 Hungarian Forints tax per ml in 1st January 2017. If you're travelling to the country we recommend you do your own research and check with your airline and hotel to confirm the current status. As of January 1, 2019, sale (including distance sale) of e-cigarettes to minors (under 18 years) is prohibited. However, this has been legalized, and it’s considered a consumer product. Buying supplies should be relatively easy in major cities and towns but will be more difficult if you are visiting the Greek Islands. The device heats a liquid into a vapour, which then turns into aerosol. What you need to know: Vaping is allowed in Slovakia but is banned wherever smoking is banned. Towards the end of 2017, the New Zealand Health Ministry endorsed ecigs as a harm reduction and smoking cessation tool. Many countries have been very slow to react to the quick uptake of e-cigarettes. While the rules about the CBD Eurozone nations allow may vary, they generally stick to the EU’s overall regulations. Smoking/Vaping bans in bars, clubs and restaurants are not yet in place but are planned so double-check the status before visiting. Legal Age and vaping Laws around the Globe There are a surprising number of countries in the world that still have no vape regulations. What you need to know: Another great place to visit for vapers. CENTRAL AMERICA The regulations on vaping vary from country to country, but, generally, vaping is legal but restricted. Some states have added their own additional laws that you need to watch out for. If you plan on travelling this year and want to take your device with you it’s a good idea to check out local laws before you go. Vaping in Australia is very complicated from a legal viewpoint, and many laws in the country are about as strict as you will find anywhere, although they differ between different states, thereby adding to the confusion. What you need to know: Vaping is common in Malta and it’s easy to get hold of supplies should you need them. What you need to know: As an EU member their vaping laws largely mirror the UK’s. What you need to know: From our research, it seems a little unclear on Israel’s exact position. We’ll keep investigating and update when we can. As far as entering the country with ecigs and liquid, the best thing to do is follow the airline’s rules regarding bringing in a battery device in your luggage. India currently has 120 million smokers and cigarettes are freely available. In 2016, the legislature proposed a new set of strict laws that prevent advertising and require approval of vapor products by the Ministry of Health. Please check if this article written in March 2015 is still current and valid before quoting us. In Australia, nicotine cannot be sold except as a licensed medication, because it is classed a Schedule 7 poison. 0. Tobacco Act (https://www.ris.bka.gv.at/GeltendeFassung.wxe?Abfrage=Bundesnormen&Gesetzesnummer=10010907), Medicinal Products Act (http://www.basg.gv.at/en/medicines/), Tobacco and Non-smoking Protection Act 2019, Global Tobacco Control: Learning from the Experts, Learning from the Experts: A Course for Healthcare Professionals, https://www.ris.bka.gv.at/GeltendeFassung.wxe?Abfrage=Bundesnormen&Gesetzesnummer=10010907, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela). Vaping indoors is banned as are certain public places such as bus stops. What you need to know: You can vape where smoking is permitted and there are a very limited number of vape shops. The reason provided by the Indian Government to support this decision is the potential health threat to young people. Manufacturing and marketing/advertising is prohibited a quick Google search returns several active is vaping legal in austria shops, bars restaurants... 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