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Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble Could Launch By Mid 2021

With the pandemic having caused major disruptions to travel for longer than a year now, all interested parties – from airlines to governments – are desperately finding the best and safest way to restart international travel once more. Negative test results, vaccines and quarantine policies have seen travel resume in some parts of the world …

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British Airways Says Vaccinated Travelers Should Be Free Of Travel Restrictions

For better or for worse, it seems that the future of travel is going to increasingly depend on whether or not travelers are vaccinated, following the advent of vaccine passports and travel passes created by various countries and organizations. However, it is far from a sure thing, as some in the medical and governmental spheres …

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Peru Removes 14 Day Quarantine For International Arrivals

Peru has announced they will drop the 14-day mandatory quarantine requirement that was implemented in January for travelers entering the country. The news comes in response to a slight decrease in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country. Peru has also suspended the PCR test requirement for traveling to national destinations, but it remains in …

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Thailand Plans To Drop Quarantine For Popular Tourism Destinations In July

Travel around the world at present is dependent on a range of factors. From providing negative Covid-19 tests to showing proof of vaccination, tourists are required to jump through a series of hoops in order to be able travel once more. Yet, as countries become desperate to restart tourism, other solutions are being found. Much …

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New York To End Mandatory Quarantine For Domestic Travelers in April

Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York, said Thursday that starting on April 1st, 2021, domestic travelers will no longer be required to quarantine after entering New York from another U.S. state or territory. New York was one of the first states in the U.S. to implement travel restrictions on domestic visitors last spring. It was …

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Visitors To Cancun Must Pay New Tourist Tax Starting April 1

Beginning April 1, international visitors to the state of Quintana Roo which includes Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, Cozumel and Tulum will begin paying a new tourist tax. State officials have said the new fee proposed by Governor Carlos Joaquín González and approved by the state Congress last year, will generate 600 million pesos (US $29.1 …

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Spain Reopening For Tourism When At Least 30 Percent of Population is Vaccinated

Despite more and more countries beginning to re-open their borders, many travelers are still anxious about booking a flight and getting back on their travels, due to the ever-changing restrictions and fears about the virus. As some travelers wait to be vaccinated before considering travel, it has emerged that some countries have adopted a similar …

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Cancun And San Jose del Cabo Lead Top 10 Destinations For Americans

Cancun and San Jose del Cabo lead a top 10 list of international destinations for American travelers this spring according to a survey by Allianz Partners. It comes as no surprise the the resort city of Cancun once again tops the list of favorite destinations for U.S. travelers. Allianz analyzed more than 1.8 million flight …

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Mauritius Will Provide Vaccine To Long-Stay Travelers

As the term “vaccine tourism” becomes increasingly common in the media, Mauritius is working to become one of the top destinations for travelers looking to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. This breathtaking island nestled in the Indian Ocean has been a desirable destination for years. It’s located a few hundred miles off the south-eastern coast of …

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7 Signs Europe Will Be Open For World Tourism By Summer

Europe in general, but especially nations included the European Union, have been virtually sealed off to much of the world for over a year now, but the latest news shows signs this is about to change. Signals, press releases and statements from officials all across Europe are showing a massive trend in positive reopening news, …

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Two-Thirds Of Countries Are Now Open To Some Form Of Tourism

At the height of the pandemic, bad news regarding travel came daily; a domino effect of countries announcing closures, restrictions and lockdowns one after the other, with seemingly no end in sight. Yet 2021 appears to be the year that things start returning to normal. A survey by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) …

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