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Should Americans Be Concerned About U.S. Travel Alerts For Mexico?

The U.S. Department of State is currently recommending against travel to six states in Mexico, giving them a Level Four – Do Not Travel travel advisory. Seven additional states in Mexico have been given a Level Three – Reconsider Travel warning. These travel advisories may give Americans pause when considering whether or not to plan …

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Hitting The Road For Thanksgiving? Here’s What You Should Know

Thanksgiving weekend is just around the corner, and many families are gathering in the United States. According to recent data shared by the American Automobile Association (AAA), 89% of travelers are choosing to drive to their destinations—which have also been determined to be, in most cases, over 50 miles from home. Around 49 million Americans …

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Do Not Travel To These Destinations In 2023, According To The U.S. State Department

Planning your vacation for 2023? Many travelers are eagerly planning out their getaways for next year as they plan out how to use their refreshed vacation time. As we head into the end of the year, there are currently over 15 destinations you shouldn’t travel to, at least according to the U.S. State Department. When …

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Going To The World Cup? Here’s Why You Should Stop In Saudi Arabia

It’s less than a month away until the FIFA World Cup takes place in Qatar – the first Arab state to host the World Cup in history. Qatar’s winning bid is an opportunity to represent the Arab World and shine a spotlight on this diverse country and its neighbors. With more than 100,000 Americans expected …

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Tourists Getting Scammed By Fake Vacation Rentals In Florida

Several travelers have been scammed in Florida and it has become a major security issue in top destinations like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Panama City. Rental scams are so popular in the state that cybersecurity experts are calling it the “Scam Capital of the World.” A few days ago, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody issued …

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Record Amount Of Seaweed Washing Up On Miami Beaches

Tons of sargassum seaweed have been invading the most popular beaches, including top destinations like Cancun and Puerto Rico, and ruining travelers’ vacations— or at least their beach expectations.  These algae have also arrived in South Florida. Miami Beach has been one of the places where the sargassum has covered its white sand and pristine …

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San Francisco And New York Declare Monkeypox Health Emergency: What Travelers Need To Know

First COVID-19, now monkeypox, there seems to be a new global health emergency more often than ever before. Last week, authorities in San Francisco and New York declared a health emergency over monkeypox due to an increase in cases.  San Francisco’s mayor’s office informed on Thursday that there are 261 confirmed cases in the city, …

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U.S. Issues New Alert For Americans Traveling To These 2 States In Mexico

The US State Department has issued a new warning for two states in Mexico and updated travel advisories for regions popular among travelers.  According to the official information recently published on the US Embassy page, the new alert is related to local crime. The US government has also shared a few recommendations for those visiting …

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Potential Tropical Storm Alex Could Wreak Havoc On Florida Travel This Weekend

Tropical storm warnings for the weekend have been issued by the National Hurricane Center in the United States for the central and southern regions of the Florida peninsula, Cuba, and The Bahamas.  Up to 20 inches of rain and sustained winds of 39 miles per hour are expected to affect Florida from Friday through Sunday …

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U.S. Government Issues Travel Advisory Regarding Hurricane Season In The Caribbean

During the past few weeks, weather experts have been alerting the population about hurricane season in the Atlantic. Now, the Government of the United States has issued a warning for American citizens in regions that can be affected.  The information has been published by the Department of State on the page of the U.S. Embassy …

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Worst Times To Travel By Car On Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend is almost here and millions of Americans are ready to hit the road. Despite gas prices reaching record highs, many will take advantage of the long weekend for a pre-summer vacation. This means that roads will be busy and large cities will experience heavy traffic and delays. According to a recent study …

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CDC Urges All Travelers To Get Tested Before Domestic Or International Flights

Vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers are now encouraged to get tested before and after domestic travel, and the antigen test to enter the U.S. remains mandatory The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recently made updates to its domestic travel advisories and is now urging travelers to take a COVID-19 test prior to domestic …

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