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Russia Begins Negotiations To Reopen For Tourism

Russia will officially begin negotiations to reopen its borders for international tourism according to a new government decree. Russia will no longer require foreigners to self-isolate for 14 days once the country reopens to international tourism. Those arriving in Russia will need to present English or Russian-language proof that they have tested negative for the …

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Cuba Reopening For Tourism – Everything You Need To Know

Cuba officially reopened its borders and international airports for tourism on July 1, 2020 starting with certain tourist cities and gradually adding more. Cuba started their 3-phase reopening plan in June. Phase 1: June – Domestic tourism, implementing safety protocols Phase 2: July – International tourism to select areas of Cuba Phase 3: Starting Sept/Oct/Nov – …

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Hawaii Will Officially Delay Reopening Of Tourism For At Least 1 Month

Breaking News: Hawaii will officially be reopening for national and international tourism on October 15th. Read all the details on Hawaii Reopening For Tourism Here Original Story now continues.  Hawaii will officially delay the reopening of tourism for at least one month the Governor of the state announced on Monday at a legislative meeting.  Hawaii …

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WestJet Announces August Flights Including Europe, Mexico, US and Caribbean

WestJet announced its updated schedule for August today featuring more than 200 daily flights to 48 destinations across Canada, the United States, Mexico, Caribbean and Europe. The schedule features service to 39 domestic airports and said the airline is committed to ensuring air service and regional connectivity is available to Canadians from coast-to-coast. The updated …

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Cancun Airport Forced To Open 2nd Terminal To Keep Up With Tourist Demand

The Cancun International airport has had to open a second terminal to keep up with the growing amount of tourists to the popular beach destination. The managing company Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (Southeast Airport Group) has announced that terminal 2 will open on July 14th to keep up with the surge tourist demand. In a …

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Thousands of Travelers Must Leave Bali As Emergency Visas Expire

Thousands of travelers who sheltered in Bali during the coronavirus lockdown are being forced to leave in four weeks as their emergency pandemic visas expire. Included in the travelers are an estimated 10,000 Australians who remained in Indonesia during the lockdown, made up of 7,000 expatriates and 3,000 tourists. Indonesia issued emergency visas for those stranded by …

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Returning Australians Will Have To Pay $3000 For Hotel Isolation

International travelers arriving in Sydney will have to pay $3000 for a mandatory 2 week hotel quarantine.  New South Wales has now joined Queensland with more states expected to follow as they shift away from multi-million dollar burden “Australian residents have been given plenty of time to return home, and we feel it is only …

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Malta’s Entry Requirements for Tourism in 2021

Malta reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020, allowing visitors from many nations to enter the country without an isolation period or testing. Between reopening in July and the situation now in 2021, Malta has continued to add more countries to their approved ‘green’ and ‘amber’ lists. (see below) June 2021 is the official reopening date …

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Albania – Covid Entry Requirements for 2022

Albania officially reopened its borders for tourism on July 1, 2020 allowing tourists from all countries and nations to enter without restrictions. Throughout all of 2020 and the first half of 2021, Albania had been one of the only countries in the world to stay fully open during the pandemic with very little rules and …

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Norway Reopening Borders For Tourism: Everything You Need To Know

Norway officially reopened its borders for tourism on July 15th, 2020 to most European countries including the UK. However, since that original reopening date the countries permitted, as well as entry requirements and rules, have been modified many times as cases surge again across Europe, especially in 2021. Countries  permitted to visit Norway  Currently, most …

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Transiting Through Europe: Airports Americans Can Transit Through

Every American (or non-EU traveler) is wondering if they can transit, transfer and connect through European airports, even if they are not technically allowed in the country at this time. The answer is = Yes. Well, mostly yes. There are some very important details about transiting through EU airports right now, especially if you are …

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Estonia is Reopen For Tourism – Here’s Who Can Visit

Estonia officially reopened the border for tourism June 1, 2020, starting with select countries within the EU. As of July, Estonia has now reopened for additional third-party countries and has launched their digital nomad visa program. As of mid-2021, Estonia has started allowing unrestricted access to a list of third-party safe countries. Below we have …

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