Arrivals from green countries will only be required to take a rapid lateral flow test.
These 15-minute tests would most likely be taken at the airport.
Rapid lateral flow tests usually cost around £30, the cost of which will be footed by the passenger.
“It will be important to give clarity to the consumer and ensure there is enough of a notice period before any destination is switched.
“We don’t want to see the distressing scenes that we saw last summer, caused by popular destinations coming off a list at the 11th hour.”
The Government’s Global Travel Taskforce is due to resume meetings from April 12 to discuss the safety of international travel and how it can be made a possibility.
There are ongoing conversations between the UK and some popular holiday hotspots including Spain, Greece and Portugal about the potential for travel.
The European Union recently made plans to fast track its “digital green pass” for travel which will work a lot like a vaccine passport.
Meanwhile, ministers are also said to be in the process of striking agreements with the US and Israel thanks to the speed of their vaccine rollout.