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Several Major Cruise Lines Cancel Upcoming Cruises

Several of the biggest names in the cruise industry have been forced to cancel some of their upcoming cruise offerings as the cruise world endures some choppy waters once more. The blow comes following the industry’s ongoing battles with the spread of Covid-19 on board, which has been a persistent struggle in the wake of …

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Winter Storm Sees Thousands Of Flights Cancelled Across U.S.

Tough January For Airline Passengers Continues The winter storm that battered the East Coast of the United States continues to cause massive flight delays and cancellations. Charlotte Douglas Airport was the worst affected. Much of the east coast saw temperatures plummet over the weekend along with a variety of heavy snowfall and freezing rain, causing …

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France Will Require Booster To Visit Restaurants And Museums

If you have plans to travel to France this year, a booster dose of the Covid vaccine will be required in order to be eligible for France’s new vaccine pass. The pass will be required to visit venues such as museums and restaurants. Legislation passed in the France National Assembly on Sunday in a vote …

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Costa Rica Will Not Tighten Entry Requirements Despite Omicron

Costa Rica is one of a select number of countries open to American travelers right now with very few restrictions. After enjoying an extremely successful 2021 on the tourism front, and with officials having high hopes for the year ahead, the country is once again firmly rejecting tightening entry requirements. Due to its relatively relaxed …

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Thailand Health Minister Approves Reopening Quarantine-Free Entry

Thailand Edges Closer To Reopening Quarantine-Free Travel  Thailand’s Health Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Anutin Charnvirakul, will propose reinstating the Test & Go system to speed up the economic recovery and win back overseas visitors. The minister said on Monday he will ask the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) to remove restrictions stepped up …

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Two New Destinations To Launch In The Mexican Caribbean

Visitors to the Mexican Caribbean who are looking to travel off the beaten path will soon be able to hop on a ‘Mayan Train‘ towards at least two brand new destinations, while still benefitting from stronger connectivity between existing tourist hotspots like Cancún and Tulum. As announced by Javier May Rodríguez, the new general director …

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Cancun And Riviera Maya Will Remain At ‘Yellow’ Risk Despite Soaring Cases

The Governor has announced that the state of Quintana Roo, which is home to the popular resort city of Cancun, will remain at the ‘Yellow’ alert warning level for the week of January 17th to the 23rd. Governor Carlos Joaquín said the despite the record breaking cases over the last two days, hospital capacity remains …

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Hawaii Will Require Tourists To Have A Booster For Entry

Updates to Hawaii’s entry requirements will mean that arrivals will need a Covid booster to be considered fully vaccinated and skip the quarantine requirements for entry. It’s been a year since the Covid vaccine roll out, and governments are grappling with what the term ‘fully vaccinated’ truly means. Hawaii Governor David Ige announced earlier this …

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JetBlue Cancels 17 Flight Routes For Spring As Industry Struggles

JetBlue has become the latest airline in the US to cut its route offerings to travelers as the whole industry appears to be suffering from Omicron-related disruptions. The New York based airline – the seventh largest airline in the US by fleet size – has cut a range of both domestic and international route offerings …

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Puerto Vallarta Tightens Restrictions With New Vaccine Requirements As Cases Surge

Puerto Vallarta, the Mexican vacation hotspot known for its popular beaches, water sports, and nightlife is tightening their COVID-19 restrictions, as a result of the most recent surge that has rocked this coastal city. From Monday January 3rd to January 10th, Puerto Vallarta saw an increase of 1300% of COVID-19 cases throughout the city. Health Authorities …

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United Kingdom Ending All Testing Requirements For Vaccinated Tourists

No More Tests For Fully Vaccinated Travelers Entering The U.K. The United Kingdom will scrap all testing requirements for vaccinated travelers at the end of January. The Times understands that Grant Shapps, Britain’s Transport Secretary, is in favor of ending the testing regime. The British government has scheduled an announcement from January 26. That’s the …

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