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American Tourists Continue To Be Banned From Japan Despite Asia Reopening

Even though the continent of Asia has been finally lifting its overly restrictive travel rules, which kept most foreigners locked out for the best part of two years, Japan is one of a few with ‘no immediate plans’ to reopen for tourism. In other words, American tourists are still banned from visiting Japan for non-essential …

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JetBlue, Alaska Airlines To Cut Several Flights This Summer Due To Staff Shortages

After experiencing a chaotic weekend, plagued with staff shortages and numerous flight cancellations as a result of bad weather in parts of the country, JetBlue and Alaska Airlines are among the first U.S. carriers to announce they will scale back their summer schedule, and even cut some flight routes. At the start of the year, …

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7 Underrated Destinations In Europe For 2022

Planning a trip to Europe soon? Whether it’s a romantic break strolling the cobblestone streets of Montmartre in Paris or going shopping in London’s iconic Oxford Street, the Old Continent is undeniably a favorite among tourists. With History spanning several millennia, and certainly no shortage of landmarks, at least one or two of its world-renowned …

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These 5 European Countries Ease Entry Rules And Internal Restrictions

Following two years of Covid, Europe as a whole is finally reopening for travel. While some European countries are ahead of others in fully removing curbs, virtually all of them are signalling strict travel rules are a thing of the past. This week, there have been 5 more countries easing entry rules and internal restrictions. …

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5 Off The Beaten Path Destinations In Africa Open For Tourism

Still relatively unexplored by Westerners, Africa is perhaps the most underrated continent in the world. From its Atlantic to Indian Coasts, the cradle of humanity is brimming with culture and ready to be re-discovered following two years Covid. Unlike several well-known destinations in Asia or the Caribbean, which still impose stricter travel rules, others in …

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These 5 Airlines Have Lowered The Cost Of Wi-Fi

While in-flight Wi-Fi has traditionally been the exception rather than the rule, customer demand for better and more accessible coverage on board has recently spurred a wave of change in the aviation industry. After all, being offline for the best part of an 8-hour flight due to crippling fees when internet access is key for …

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Norwegian Airlines Removes Mask Requirement On All Flights

Following KLM, which also announced it will no longer enforce mask usage among customers, Norwegian Airlines is the latest in Europe to announce the lifting of the mask requirement. As of April 4, 2022, Norwegian customers will cease requiring its passengers to cover their nose and mouth when flying, officially making mask usage optional. Norway’s …

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Greece Makes It Easy For Vaccinated Americans To Visit This Summer

As the highly anticipated 2022 European summer season approaches, several countries in the continent have been rushing to relax their strict travel rules that have been known to keep a large number of Americans out throughout the pandemic. One of the leading destinations in the Mediterranean, Greece, is the latest to indicate entry will be …

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Brazil Removes Pre-Departure Testing For Vaccinated Americans

In a move that will certainly encourage more travelers to visit the country, Brazil is seemingly moving away from its strict entry protocols and relaxing travel rules. As part of the new guidelines that have been announced late last week, vaccinated foreigners no longer need to submit a negative PCR within 72 hours of boarding …

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American Airlines First to Offer New Flights to Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Further expanding its already comprehensive service to the Caribbean, American Airlines will be launching the first-ever international flight route between the United States and Ocho Rios, in Jamaica. The resort town, which has risen to prominence in recent years, rivals Montego Bay and Negril as one of the most popular tourist hotspots on the island. …

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Grenada Becomes The 25th Country To Remove All Entry Requirements

Starting April 4, 2022, Covid proof of entry will no longer apply to foreign visitors visiting the tri-island nation of Grenada, as it fully reopens to tourism under pre-pandemic regulations. This means both the vaccinated and unvaccinated are welcome without testing, quarantine, or any further requirements. Grenada is now officially the latest entry in our …

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Italy Planning To Launch A Digital Nomad Visa

Are you a remote worker dreaming of exploring Italy for longer than the restrictive 90 days foreign tourists are usually allowed to stay for? That possibility could soon become a reality, as the leading Mediterranean nation gives a strong indication the so-called digital nomad visa will be written into law. Although Europe, in general, is …

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