Skip to Content

Uncategorized

Barbados Reopens For Vaccinated Tourists

Barbados is the latest country to amend entry requirements for vaccinated tourists, making visiting the island for inoculated tourists slightly easier than their current testing/quarantine rules. Barbados first reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020, after being closed for a few months at the start of the pandemic, but has remained open for tourism since, …

Read More about Barbados Reopens For Vaccinated Tourists

Croatia Now Open For American Tourists: Latest Vaccine and Testing Requirements

Croatia has now reopened for a second time and is once again allowing visitors from the United States and other countries outside the E.U. to visit as tourists. After enjoying a very successful tourism season throughout the summer, the government of Croatia changed some verbiage in their entry requirements at the end of 2020, which …

Read More about Croatia Now Open For American Tourists: Latest Vaccine and Testing Requirements

Canadian Airlines Betting on Travel Restart May 1

The expiry for Canada’s sunny destination flight ban is quickly approaching on April 30, 2021, which has Canadian airlines crossing their fingers for international travel resuming as early as May 1st.   On January 31, 2021 Canada adopted one of the strictest border entry restriction procedures in the world by effectively shutting down all inbound …

Read More about Canadian Airlines Betting on Travel Restart May 1

Digital Nomad Communities Booming In Playa Del Carmen, Tulum and Cozumel

As the pandemic-era workforce shifts to remote work practices, the Quintana Roo Tourism Council has reported an increase in digital nomads relocating to the Mexican Caribbean.  Mexico’s relaxed entry requirements, relatively lenient restrictions, and attractive climate already make it an ideal location for travelers. More recently, enhanced office accommodations and growing remote-work communities in the …

Read More about Digital Nomad Communities Booming In Playa Del Carmen, Tulum and Cozumel

Hawaii To Allow Vaccinated Travelers And Alaska Lifts Testing Requirement

As the Covid-19 situation continues to improve in the U.S. some states are already working on recovering their shattered tourism sectors. Alaska has announced that all U.S. travelers will no longer require proof of a negative Covid-19 test while Hawaii is planning a new program that will allow for vaccinated American travelers to skip entry …

Read More about Hawaii To Allow Vaccinated Travelers And Alaska Lifts Testing Requirement

Air Canada Rouge Suspends All Flights Amid New Travel Restrictions

Air Canada Rouge which is a low cost subsidiary of Air Canada is suspending all flights amid the new travel restrictions announced by the Canadian government. “As a result of our suspension of all flights to the Caribbean and Mexico at the request of the Canadian government, we are again pausing our Rouge operations effective …

Read More about Air Canada Rouge Suspends All Flights Amid New Travel Restrictions

New Flights To Cancun Announced From European Countries

The Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council has announced the addition of new flights from Portugal, France, Spain and Germany.   Darío Flota Ocampo, Director of the Tourism Promotion Council confirmed that flights from Portugal will resume on Monday. Additionally France and Germany are increasing flight frequency while Spain will resume flights in March.  Air France has …

Read More about New Flights To Cancun Announced From European Countries

Canada Suspends All Sun-Destination Flights, Enacts Hotel Quarantine

Canada adopts one of the toughest border entry restriction procedures in the world by effectively shutting down all inbound and outbound travel and now requiring citizens returning home to quarantine in a hotel until they can prove they are negative for the virus. PM Justin Trudeau announced this morning during a press conference that he …

Read More about Canada Suspends All Sun-Destination Flights, Enacts Hotel Quarantine

U.S. Sets New Record For Weekend Travel During Pandemic

In a recurrence of what recently transpired over the Thanksgiving holiday, the U.S is witnessing a surge in travel for Christmas.  The total number of travelers over the weekend set a new record for the highest amount over a single weekend during the pandemic. An average of over one million travelers passed through TSA checkpoints …

Read More about U.S. Sets New Record For Weekend Travel During Pandemic

Vaccines Light At The End Of The Tunnel For International Tourism

Travelers around the world have received a boost from the news that two COVID-19 vaccines with over 90% effectiveness rates are in the final stages of development. The news comes as a welcome ray of light for those seeking to travel abroad, in a year which has otherwise been clouded by the collapse of overseas …

Read More about Vaccines Light At The End Of The Tunnel For International Tourism

Barbados’ New At-Home PCR Tests For Tourists Coming From the U.S. and Canada

Want to travel to Barbados this winter, but can’t get your pre-flight PCR test done in time? Now, in an attempt to attract more tourists back, Barbados will send a company out to your home to test you before you fly in, guaranteeing you get your results in time. Many American and Canadian travelers have …

Read More about Barbados’ New At-Home PCR Tests For Tourists Coming From the U.S. and Canada

Is It Safe To Visit Mexico During COVID-19?

While the U.S. Department of State and CDC continue to warn that traveling is unsafe, you might start seeing more and more of your friends posting beach pics from Mexico. What gives? Are you being overly cautious or are they risking their lives by traveling? Trust me, it’s gone through our own heads a million …

Read More about Is It Safe To Visit Mexico During COVID-19?