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Cayman Island’s Digital Nomad Visa: Everything You Need To Know

Digital Nomad Visas are all the rage in 2020, with the Cayman Islands being one of the latest countries jumping on the remote working bandwagon. The Cayman Islands are now offering professionals who are employed outside of the country, and who have the ability to work remotely, the chance to live and work in paradise. …

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American Airlines Offers At Home Testing For Travel To Belize, St. Lucia & Grenada

In this crazy covid world, some companies are taking initiatives to make things easier for travelers.  American Airlines is offering U.S. travelers at home pre-flight tests in order to travel to Belize, St, Lucia and Grenada. All three destinations require travelers to present a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 3-7 days of departure.  With the …

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St. Kitts and Nevis COVID-19 Entry Requirements For Travelers

St. Kitts and Nevis is well known for being a tropical beach destination with lush tropical forest and lagoons.  The tourism industry was completely shut down by the pandemic but has now started its recovery by opening its borders for international tourism  Here are all the latest COVID-19 entry requirements for St. Kitts and Nevis …

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5 EU Countries With New Travel Restrictions This Week

Each passing day brings another lockdown notice, new curfew order or extended restrictions throughout Europe. Over the past 72 hours, more nations have closed hotels for leisure stays, stopped the sale of non-essential items, closed ski hills, changed testing requirements, or have started limiting free movement. This article covers the latest restrictions sweeping Europe over …

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ArriveCan: New Rules For Entry or Return to Canada

Entering Canada from abroad is going to look different after November 21, 2020. The Government of Canada is making important changes for all passengers entering the country or returning home from a trip abroad. Starting on November 21, all arrivals, regardless if they are Canadian citizens or approved foreign nationals, must fill out the ArriveCan …

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All Cruise Lines Cancel U.S. Sailings For The Rest of 2020

All cruise lines including Royal Caribbean, Carnival and Norwegian have cancelled all sailings for the rest of 2020.  The move comes after the Center for Disease Control (CDC) dropped its no sail order in exchange for a new conditional sailing order. Let’s put this into simple english.  Why Cruise Ships Aren’t Sailing Yet Originally the …

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What Passengers Need To Know About Cruise Ships Returning To The U.S.

Cruising from the United States has officially been given the green light by the CDC. The no sail order was lifted on October 30th, giving the U.S. cruise industry permission to resume operations.  Before cruise ships return to the seas, many changes and systems will have to be put into place over the next 60 …

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The Bahamas Updates Entry Requirements…Again

The Bahamas first reopened for tourism in July, and since that reopening, has managed to change their entry requirements more times than any other nation on the planet. It’s been very difficult to keep up, let alone plan travel, due to the constantly changing rules and restrictions coming out of the Bahamas. However, their latest …

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United States Drops Level 4 Do Not Travel Warning For Colombia

The U.S. State Department has dropped its level 4 ‘do not travel’ advisory for Colombia to a level 3 ‘reconsider travel’. The reduced level advisory reads “Reconsider travel to Colombia due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution in Colombia due to crime, terrorism and kidnapping. Some areas have increased risk.” The original Level 4  ‘Do not …

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Travel Advisory: UK Goes into Lockdown

The UK will enter a second lockdown due to surging virus cases, starting on Thursday, November 5 until at least December 2, 2020. The lockdown across England will include the closure of all non-essential businesses and services, with the exception of schools and essential shops, further limiting of personal networks and a general stay at home …

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CDC Removes No Sail Order For U.S. Cruising

The CDC will officially let the current no sail order expire tomorrow on October 31, 2020. The executive summary documents read: “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced this framework for a phased resumption of cruise ship passenger operations.” “After expiration …

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Uruguay Keeps Borders Closed For Tourism Until at Least 2021

Uruguay, a nation who’s been held in high regard by many nations for their extremely successful handling of the virus, has made the tough decision to keep borders shut, due to increased risk worldwide. Uruguay’s borders will remain closed for international tourism, until at least 2021. The summer season in Uruguay kicks off in December …

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