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Norwegian Cruise Line Cancels All November Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings LTD has cancelled all November cruises for Norwegian, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas. A press release read “Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. a leading global cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, today announced an extension of its previously announced suspension …

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New Airport For Tulum Announced By President of Mexico

The President of Mexico has announced that a new airport will be built in Tulum, Quintana Roo to help further stimulate the economy. President López Obrador said that the airport will further help boost tourism and business in the south and southeast of Mexico.  “A new airport will be built in Tulum, it will help …

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Uganda Has Reopened For Tourism – Everything You Need To Know

On October 1, 2020, Uganda officially reopened both air and land borders and is once again allowing tourism to resume. After being closed since March 23rd, Entebbe International Airport has now reopened and has started to resume international flights. Uganda’s extremely diverse landscapes, natural wonders, and abundant wildlife have been attracting over 1.5 million tourists …

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Pakistan Officially Reopening For Tourism With COVID-19 Entry Requirements

Pakistan officially reopened its borders for tourism on October 5th with specific COVID-19 entry requirements for all incoming passengers. Pakistan originally closed its borders back in March when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Prior to the pandemic, Pakistan was seeing a surge in tourism brought on by rave reviews of the friendly culture and being a …

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5 Large Cruise Ships Resume Operations In The Mediterranean

5 large cruise ships will have resumed operations in the Mediterranean by October 19th as MSC and Costa continue to set standard for the entire cruising industry. While the U.S. cruising sits idle after the CDC extended its no sail order, cruising in the Mediterranean is moving full steam ahead. As of October 19th, MSC …

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Canada Will Be Reopening To Select International Travelers on October 8th

The government of Canada has announced it will officially be reopening its borders to select international travelers as of October 8th, 2020. Travelers that fall into certain categories will be able to enter Canada as long as they follow all health protocols.  The announcement came Friday October 2nd, 2020 by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister …

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Bahamas Will Remove Quarantine Requirement on November 1st

The Government of the Bahamas has announced that incoming travelers will no longer be required to self-quarantine for 14 days starting November 1st as long as they upload proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test.  As it stands now the Bahamas is reopening for tourism starting on October 15th but their ‘vacation in place‘ promotion …

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Australia Reopening Borders For Tourism With New Zealand October 16th

Australia is reopening its borders for tourism to nationals from New Zealand starting on October 16th. New Zealanders will be able to fly to New South Wales and the Northern Territory of Australia beginning at 12:01 am October 16th.  “The establishment of a travel zone between Australia and New Zealand has been finalized,” stated Australian …

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Travel Corridor Between South Korea and Bali Proposed To Indonesian Government

A travel corridor between South Korea and Bali has been proposed to the Indonesian government by Angkasa Pura I LTD which operates the Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport. President Director of Angkasa Pura, I Faik Fahmi has said that he plans to run a program called the Safe Corridor Initiative (SCI) as a bilateral cooperation …

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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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