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Maui First Destination In Hawaii To Officially Require Boosters

Merely days after the U.S. State of Hawaii confirmed booster doses will soon be required of mainland visitors, Maui County has gone a step further in already enacting the protocol. Now, those hoping to visit the second biggest Hawaiian island will have to update their vaccination scheme in order to continue enjoying the same freedoms. …

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American Airlines Adds New Direct Flights To Cozumel And Jamaica

Ramping up its Caribbean fleet, American Airlines has recently announced new nonstop flights from the international hub of Austin to Cozumel, Mexico, and Montego Bay, Jamaica, two hugely popular sunny escapes for Americans. Already one of the busiest airports in Texas, Austin-Bergstrom looks set to experience an influx of Caribbean-bound travelers, with Mexico and Jamaica …

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The Dominican Republic To Open 4 New Tourist Destinations

One of the most popular Caribbean destinations among both American and Canadian citizens, the Dominican Republic (DR) hopes to launch at least four new tourist destinations in upcoming years, with a particular focus on its Amber Coast. While the DR already attracts millions of tourists annually, with resort-packed Punta Cana and the colonial-era capital of …

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Ireland Ending Almost All Restrictions Including Health Pass And Curfew

Just over a month after announcing some of the strictest measures in Europe in tackling the spread of Omicron, including the implementation of a curfew right before Christmas, the Republic of Ireland has now decided to lift most of them. It follows in the footsteps of the neighboring United Kingdom, which has recently scrapped mandatory …

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WHO Urges Countries To Relax Entry Rules For Travelers

Nearly two years since the World Health Organization (WHO) first declared Covid a pandemic, prompting a majority of countries to seal their borders and put the breaks on air travel, the same entity now classes these measures as “ineffective” and urges national governments to lift existing travel bans. The statement was issued following the tenth …

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Southwest Airlines Launches New Buy Now, Pay Later On Tickets To Hawaii

Booking tickets to Hawaii has never been easier, with Southwest Airlines now strengthening its partnership with Uplift and offering passengers more flexible payment options through January 24. Hawaii is hands down one of the most popular sunny destinations all-year-round for mainland Americans, as well as overseas visitors, offering a number of activities ranging rom sightseeing …

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Spain Will Require American Travelers To Have A Booster For Entry

Aligning itself with fellow European Union (EU) nations, Spain has recently tightened restrictions on inbound travelers, both from within Europe and across the pond, and will now require most American travelers to have a booster for entry. The Iberian country, which has registered some of the highest number of Covid cases in Europe since the …

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Canadian Airlines Urge Government To Scrap Testing On Arrival Requirement

Canadian airlines have teamed up to request that Canada’s federal government scraps the testing on arrival requirement for vaccinated tourists, in a move that looks set to have repercussions across the nation’s hard-hit tourism industry. Currently, Canada applies one of the strictest border regimes in North America, with non-vaccinated visitors generally not allowed to enter, …

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Costa Rica Will Not Tighten Entry Requirements Despite Omicron

Costa Rica is one of a select number of countries open to American travelers right now with very few restrictions. After enjoying an extremely successful 2021 on the tourism front, and with officials having high hopes for the year ahead, the country is once again firmly rejecting tightening entry requirements. Due to its relatively relaxed …

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Two New Destinations To Launch In The Mexican Caribbean

Visitors to the Mexican Caribbean who are looking to travel off the beaten path will soon be able to hop on a ‘Mayan Train‘ towards at least two brand new destinations, while still benefitting from stronger connectivity between existing tourist hotspots like Cancún and Tulum. As announced by Javier May Rodríguez, the new general director …

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How Soon Can You Fly Home To The U.S. After Testing Positive Abroad?

It is time we finally addressed the burning question every traveler in the Covid era, no matter how experienced, keeps asking themselves: “how soon will I be able to fly home to the U.S. in case I test positive abroad?” Now more now than ever, and especially with Omicron cases on the rise, travelers are …

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Belize Launches New Mandatory Travel Insurance For All International Arrivals

A rising Caribbean destination and one of the most popular sunny getaways for Americans during the Covid pandemic, Belize will now require all international visitors to take out travel insurance before landing in the country. Looking to strengthen policies at the border, especially at a time when the Omicron threat advances, the Central American jewel …

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