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Canadians Wanting To Travel Will Not Be ‘Imprisoned’ In Canada Says Prime Minister

The Canadian government says it has no plans to restrict Canadians from leaving the country to travel and that it will not imprison its citizens. In an interview with hosts of ‘The Start’ which airs on Canada’s Global Television Network, Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau said that a travel advisory is as far as the government …

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UK Travel Warning: Local Lockdowns Announced

Travel Off Path is warning all travelers headed to the UK that new local lockdowns have been announced resulting in movement restrictions, bar closures and home gatherings.  UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson announced on Monday that a new three level warning system will go into place starting Wednesday October 14th to limit the spread of …

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Istanbul Airport PCR Test: Everything You Need To Know

Istanbul is normally a busy airport, especially for transits due to its strategic position between Europe and Asia. But during the pandemic there is another reason why travelers are purposely re-routing their flight paths to connect there… PCR testing capabilities. Many countries are now demanding PCR testing be done as part of their entry requirements. …

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U.S. Drops Level 4 Travel Advisory For Costa Rica

The United States has dropped its travel advisory for Costa Rica from a level 4 ‘do not travel’ to level 3 ‘reconsider travel’. The move comes just in time as starting November 1st, Costa Rica will allow ALL Americans to visit the country for tourism. Initially Costa Rica had only permitted Americans from states with …

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U.S. Travel Advisory: States Travelers Must Quarantine Upon Arrival

While the U.S. is open for tourism to many countries, there are still travel restrictions in place for individual States that all travelers need to know. Here is Travel Off Path’s latest travel advisory for the United States including which states still have a mandatory 14 day quarantine for all incoming travelers.  Firstly before considering …

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Will the New York – London Air Bridge Actually Happen?

Reports are circulating about a potential ‘air bridge’ between New York and London, giving eager travelers a glimmer of hope in reuniting with relatives by Thanksgiving… but will it actually happen? And air bridge or travel corridor could allow for quarantine-free travel (or at least less restricted travel) between the two cities, providing a PCR …

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Croatia Aiming to be the Next Digital Nomad Hotspot

Croatia is positioning itself to be the world’s top digital nomad destination with news of an official remote working visa on the forefront of being released. News in the nomad world exploded when Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic tweeted on August 26th that a digital nomad program was on the horizon. Now local authorities and businesses …

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Mexico and Dominican Republic Top Destinations For Americans This Winter

Mexico and the Dominican Republic are the top destinations for Americans looking to escape the cold this winter. Travel Off Path polled our community of readers and found that over 78% of Americans looking for a warm getaway this winter will visit either Mexico or the Dominican Republic.  After connectivity and proximity to the U.S. …

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Europe Travel Advisory: 10 New Travel Restrictions This Week

As many rules are constantly changing throughout Europe, it’s hard for many eager travelers to keep track. We’ve rounded up all the latest travel advisories, border restrictions, and travel rule changes that have happened in Europe over the past week to help keep you informed. What happened in Europe this week? Many EU nations imposed …

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Cruising Restart Gains Momentum in Europe as U.S. Based Cruises Sit Idle

Carnival Corporation owned Costa Cruises relaunched its third large cruise ship in Italy while the U.S. cruising industry still sits idle. The Costa Smeralda departed from Savona, Italy on October 10th with passengers on board making it the 3rd official ship from the cruise line to resume operations since the worldwide halt of cruising due …

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21 Carnival Cruises That Could Still Sail From The U.S. Before The End of 2020

The President and CEO of Carnival Corporation said that he is confident that Carnival Cruises will be sailing before the end of the year. “At this time, we have every reason to be optimistic we will be sailing in the U.S. before year’s end.” According to the Carnival Cruises website which has now been updated …

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Malaysia Launches Easy Travel Reopening Application System

Entry for foreigners into Malaysia just got a lot easier. The government of Malaysia has just launched an easy online application system called ‘My Travel Pass’ for foreigners looking to enter the country. Malaysia has been permitting many different categories of foreigners to enter for some time now, but the process for getting official confirmation …

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