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Carnival Cruises Is Not Cancelling All 2020 Sailings

Carnival Cruises is not canceling all 2020 sailings amid the CDC’s decision to extend the no sail order until October 31st, 2020. Some media reports have claimed that Carnival has already cancelled the rest of the 2020 season. According to their official website and press release there are still 21 cruises departing from their home …

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Can Canadians Travel To Europe?

Critical update October 21: Canada has officially been removed from the EU’s ‘safe list’, effective immediately.  Now that Canada has been removed from the EU’s ‘safe’ list, Canadian travellers must remember that ALL nations within the EU are permitted to follow the suggestion made by the EU council, or decline to make the changes. Essentially, …

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Canada Will Remain Closed To All International Tourists Until At Least Oct 31st

Canada will remain closed to all international tourists until at least October 31st announced Minister of Public Safety, Bill Blair on Wednesday, September 30th from his twitter account.  We are extending the existing restrictions on non-U.S. international travel into Canada until October 31, 2020. For more information ⬇️https://t.co/zESXaTXBNj — Bill Blair (@BillBlair) September 30, 2020 …

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Barbados: Covid-19 Entry Requirements for 2022

Barbados officially reopened for tourism back on July 1, 2020 – but has updated their entry requirements and rules several times since welcoming back guests.  Barbados is a haven in the Caribbean, reporting very little cases throughout the entire pandemic. One of the reasons Barbados has been so successful at reopening for tourism has been …

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American Airlines To Offer Pre-Flight Testing For Jamaica, Bahamas & Hawaii

American Airlines has announced that it plans to offer pre-flight COVID-19 testing for passengers traveling to Jamaica, Hawaii and the Bahamas. “Our plan for this initial phase of preflight testing reflects the ingenuity and care our team is putting into rebuilding confidence in air travel,” American Airlines President Robert Isom said in a statement. The testing …

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Virgin Voyages Delays Launch Canceling All November Sailings

Virgin Voyages has delayed the official launch of their cruise line onboard the Scarlet Lady canceling all November cruises.  An official statement was sent in a letter to travel agents stating “As we continue to navigate what’s going on in the world, we’ve made the decision to cancel our November sailings.” Scarlet Lady cruise ship …

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United States Drops Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory For Guatemala and Nicaragua

The United States Government has dropped its travel advisory for Guatemala and Nicaragua from a level 4 ‘do not travel’ to a level 3 ‘reconsider travel’. Both countries were issued the level 4 advisory by the U.S. State Department back on August 10th citing high transmission levels of COVID-19. Now the United States government has …

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Can Americans Travel To Canada?

Canada is a top destination among Americans with over 13 million visitors heading north per year prior to the pandemic. With the longest shared land border in the world, travel between Canada and the United States is a major driver of both nations tourism economies. Now with tight border rules and travel restrictions, U.S. citizens …

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CDC No Sail Order: White House Overrides Extension

Breaking News: According to reports, The Trump administration plans to extend the no-sail order for cruise ships until October 31. (That matches the endpoint of the cruise industry’s self-imposed ban.) According to a news reports By Axios, claims that CDC Director Robert Redfield, “was overruled when he pushed to extend a “no-sail order” on passenger cruises into …

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Second Cruise Line Will Resume Operations In Australia

A second cruise line will resume operations in Australia on October 14th as the industry looks to recover after the global shutdown of cruising back in March.  The first cruise ship to resume operations was the 36 passenger True North in July. The small yacht like ship began doing sailings to the Kimberly coast from …

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How Americans Can Travel To Italy Right Now in 2021

Recently edited and updated for 2021 travel! American travelers might be able to take that trip to Italy after all, but it’s going to take a few extra steps. Ever since Italy reopened to select nations back in June 2020, American travelers have been writing into us asking how they can still enter the country, …

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Hawaii: COVID-19 Entry Requirements Travelers Need To Know

Hawaii has kept strict entry requirements in place preventing the spread of COVID-19 on the islands. Known for some of the most beautiful scenery in the world and almost perfect year round weather, Hawaii receives almost 10 million tourists a year.  Here are the latest COVID-19 entry requirements and everything tourists need to know before …

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