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Cancun Authorities Warn Tourists Of New Fake Uber Scam That Could Put Them In Danger

It seems Cancun’s never-ending war on scammers is intensifying once more after reports of fake Uber drivers targeting tourists in central areas started circulating. Now, authorities are urging them to be cautious when booking rides through the popular app, as they could be extorted, or even put their lives in serious danger. This year, Cancun …

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Europe Admits Waiting Times At Airports Will Increase Massively Once Fingerprinting System Is In Place

Even though we’re still some months away from the highly anticipated border reforms of Europe, authorities are already predicting a ‘massive increase’ in wait times at entry points from 2023. Next year, newcomers who do not need a visa will need to apply for a new travel permit, as well as be fingerprinted when crossing …

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Brazil Reinstates Face Mask Requirement As Country Refuses To Move Forward From Health Crisis

Three months after scrapping mandatory masks, Brazil is taking a step back and reinstating the controversial requirement for travelers. Being one of a handful of destinations that are yet to fully reopen their borders, the country has repeatedly refused to move forward from the health crisis in spite of high vaccination rates and low mortality …

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These Are The Top Digital Nomad Visas For 2023

Only a couple of years ago, the number of countries offering Digital Nomad Visas (DNVs) could be counted on the fingers of one hand. Now that governments are warming up to the idea and realizing nomads help boost their economic recovery, the once-limited list is already 45 countries long. But where to go? Where’s more …

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Airbnb Partners With This Beautiful Sunny Destination To Attract Digital Nomads

Following in the footsteps of Los Cabos and Mexico City, yet another sunny destination is joining Airbnb’s ‘Live and Work Anywhere’ program to attract more digital nomads in 2023. As Airbnb itself describes it, their latest addition is perfect for slow travelers and remote workers seeking some ‘sea, sun and adventure’. Digital nomadism is, arguably, …

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Cancun Has The Highest Number Of Clean Beaches In Mexico Despite Overtourism

Cancun is a highly sought-after international destination that sees millions upon millions of tourists arriving all-year round. Its massive popularity would lead you to think the quality of local beaches is decreasing dramatically – after all, more tourists generally result in more waste and, subsequently, beach pollution. That is shockingly not the case, as Cancun …

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Americans Will Not Have To Buy Ticket To Enter Venice – For Now

Heavily affected by overtourism, the Italian port of Venice infamously decided to introduce a ticketing system for visitors in recent years in hopes of mitigating the impacts of the crowds. Originally due to come into effect on January 16, it has now been delayed, which means Americans will not have to buy a ticket to …

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Bermuda Removes Entry Fee And Travel Authorization Form For Americans

After dropping all travel restrictions earlier this year following two years of strict protocols, the paradisaical island of Bermuda is going even further and removing both an entry fee and a travel authorization for Americans and other foreigners. From now on, completing a Bermuda Arrival Card is the only requirement applying to tourists arriving via …

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Cancun Sold Out? Try Cozumel Instead! Here’s Every Direct Flight From The U.S. And Canada This Winter

Fall may not be behind us just yet, but the popular beach retreat of Cancun is already expected to reach up to 95% occupancy in the high season – in other words, it could sell out any day now. If you’re on a low budget at the minute to book your vacation package right away, …

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U.S. Government Holds Airlines More Accountable – Here’s When You Should Be Refunded

Following the last chaotic couple of years for air travel, the U.S. Government is holding airlines more accountable for their mistreatment of customers. More specifically, the Department of Transportation (DOT) has begun tracking down and punishing every single airline that has failed to issue refunds after canceling flights during Covid up until the present day. …

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Isla Mujeres Next Destination In Mexico Close To Selling Out

Following earlier predictions that pointed to Cancun almost selling out for the winter season, Isla Mujeres has just been confirmed as the second municipality in Mexico about to reach maximum occupancy in the coming months. This means if you’re planning on vacationing in the recluse, paradisaical destination, you should get the credit card out now. …

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3 Ways Travel To Europe Will Change For Americans Next Year

Europe may have fully reopened after nearly three years of strict health screenings pertaining to the pandemic, but this does not mean it is getting lax about immigration or easing border rules. Beginning next year, the continent is enacting enact three big changes affecting American visitors directly, as well as other non-Europeans. A majority of …

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