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The construction of the soon-to-be world’s largest cruise liner began last week – with the ship set to sail in 2024.  And to mark the milestone, a steel-cutting ceremony – for what will be Royal Caribbean’s sixth ‘Oasis Class’ vessel –  took place in France on April 5, at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard. Along …

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Amsterdam is set to stun travelers who have plans to visit the Dutch capital by preparing to ban travelers from being able to visit its famous coffee shops. Whilst Amsterdam has a lot to offer travelers, with its scenic canals, galleries, and countless other cultural experiences, there are still many travelers who flock to the …

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Playa Hermosa hasn’t passed the test for the fourth time in a row due to sewage water disposal in that location Going to a beautiful beach in Mexico but not being able to swim or enjoy the warm Caribbean blue waters sounds more like torture than a dream vacation. Travelers must know that not all …

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Seven more countries around the world have now further eased their travel restrictions this week. The easing of Covid-19 related restrictions in these countries follows the trend of more and more worldwide destinations dropping all their restrictions completely. In light of the situation improving around the globe, and is set to make travel not only …

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The End Of Short-Term Airbnb In Oahu Honolulu officials have approved a new law that requires short-term rental accommodation owners—i.e Airbnb owners—to limit tenants’ stay to a minimum of three months.  The new measure put in place by the Honolulu City Council will increase the minimum amount of time a tenant can rent a short-term …

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`Sargassum seaweed continues to accumulate along Mexico’s Caribbean coast, with a number of beaches in the area battling an excessive landfall. Playa El Recodo, one of the most popular beaches in Playa Del Carmen, is one of those greatly affected, with local authorities announcing the natural attraction will remain off-limits temporarily. Recently, Mexico has quickly …

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We are living in a world where traveling has become such a gruesome task for even the most seasoned travelers out there. From vaccination and quarantine requirements, PCR tests, to health declaration forms, traveling these days can be a struggle, even before you get to planning the actual trip. There are however a few countries …

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With more than thirty countries across the world having removed all of their entry requirements for travelers – 8 of these countries are located in Latin America and the Caribbean, just a stone’s throw away for eager vacationers. Let’s take a look at the 8 nations – from both of these regions – which you …

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The top travel destinations during the Covid-19 era have now been revealed. The list, which was compiled by the UK-based market research company Euromonitor, is notably different from its previous iterations, as a mixture of both tough entry restrictions and strict travel requirements had a significant effect on several city’s performances on the list – …

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The US State Department has issued a Level 3: Reconsider Travel warning for Mexico. This Level 3 travel notice is due to a number of factors, including Covid-19 and cases of violent crime rates in certain areas of the country. Please note that the areas where US travelers should issue a higher degree of caution …

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After more than two years of countless updates to its entry requirements and travel warnings, Jamaica is fully reopening to all travelers without restrictions. Set to come into effect on Friday, April 15, 2022, Jamaica has decided to lift its pre-departure Covid test requirements for travelers. The pre-departure test was the last remaining Covid-related entry …

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The US government announced on Wednesday that all transportation networks will be extending the mask mandate requirement for planes, trains, buses, and public transportation until at least May 3, 2022. Travelers especially were expecting to see the end of this rule, as the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) had already extended this mandate several times and …

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