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3 Reasons Why This Is The Perfect Time To Visit Japan Now That The Border Is Open

This fall, Japan is finally allowing vaccinated Americans to travel without being part of an organized tour group for the first time since the pandemic began. If you’ve been saving some bucks for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the Imperial Asian jewel, now is the perfect time to book those flight tickets, and in this article, …

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Under $400 Round-Trip Flights To Europe This Fall & Winter If You Act Fast

From right now through October 2nd, Americans can buy tickets to fly round-trip to several European cities for under $400. The deal is in celebration of World Tourism Day (9-27) and offers heavily discounted flights to 7 popular European destinations for travelers flying out of Boston (BOS), Baltimore/D.C. (BWI), and New York (SWF). The deal …

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Hurricane Ian Is Wreaking Havoc on Travel In Florida

If you’ve seen the news lately, you know how much Hurricane Ian is stealing headlines, and for good reason. Hurricane Ian is wreaking havoc on travel in Florida, and its progression will not be pretty. Many counties along Florida’s western coast have even received evacuation orders, including part of Florida’s third most-populous city, Tampa. Current …

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American Airlines Issues Travel Alerts For 20 Airports Due To Hurricane Ian

American Airlines has recently published a press release informing travelers about new travel alerts related to Hurricane Ian. The airline has announced that this tropical storm is expected to impact airports in the Caribbean and land in the United States, in Florida, on September 28th and 29th.  The carrier issued travel alerts for 20 airports …

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Los Cabos Is Challenging Cancun For The Number One Vacation Spot In Mexico

In a surprising turn of events, Los Cabos is now on course to take the crown as Mexico’s number one destination, based solely on the growth it’s experienced this year and its post-Covid recovery. While Cancun is still Mexico’s most popular vacation by a large margin, Los Cabos is openly challenging the Caribbean powerhouse by …

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This Is Why Cancun Is Still Safe Despite US Safety Warnings

A resort haven where some of the world’s top hotel brands are located and the pristine, turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean line up the shore, Cancun draws in millions of visitors every year regardless of safety concerns. That is because it has been deemed a hotbed of both crime and kidnapping, but there may …

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Study Reveals Destinations Where Americans Want To Travel Most This Winter

A recent study analyzed responses from American travelers to determine where they most wanted to go this winter and beyond. As the world continues to open back up for tourism, travelers worldwide are planning trips once again with confidence. The study examined responses to determine American travelers’ top three domestic and international destinations. Below are …

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Canadian Government Officially Ends All Border Rules, Masks, and ArriveCan

Today, the Canadian government announced that it would officially be bringing to an end all of its remaining border rules, its mask requirements, and the use of the ArriveCan system. In doing so, travelers will be able to enter Canada in the same way they could prior to the pandemic, in what is a huge …

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Should You Attend A Timeshare Presentation On Your Next Trip To Mexico?

If you’ve traveled to Mexico in the last few years, you’ve probably run into someone at the airport or in your hotel offering you a seemingly incredible deal on something if only you agree to sign up for a timeshare presentation. Would you sit through a 90-minute timeshare presentation to save $986 on a 5-night …

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Travel To Orlando Is About To Get Much Smoother With Opening Of New High Tech Terminal

Orlando is one of the busiest international hubs not only in the U.S. but the entire world. Serving as the gateway to Central Florida and the Disney parks, the airport is seeing a surge of new investments lately as demand increases. In fact, its post-Covid rebound has been so surprising it is even opening a …

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Hong Kong Tourism Reopening Will Fail Due To Ridiculous Testing Requirements

News emerged over the weekend that Hong Kong, along with a number of other Asian countries, was finally opening. But is the news as exciting as some headlines would assume? The new rules in place as of September 26th are not as big of a step forward as assumed. The short and frank answer is …

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9 New Non-Stop Flights From The U.S. To Sunny Destinations This Winter

Now that the cold is surreptitiously creeping in and the chaos of the summer travel season is well behind us, it’s finally time to look ahead and start planning for this year’s winter break. There are endless possibilities, and Americans are certainly spoiled for choice, with at least 9 new non-stop flights from the U.S. …

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