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Lora Pope


Lora Pope – Travel Writer

About Lora:


Lora Pope is a solo female adventure travel writer living nomadically around the world.  She has traveled to over 58 countries and is on a quest to visit them all, seeking out a deeper connection with nature and wildlife on this planet.
Lora is currently in Costa Rica

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Lora’s Recent Posts:

  • St. Kitts and Nevis to Welcome Vaccinated Cruise Ship Passengers In July
    Another Caribbean destination has begun easing its travel requirements for vaccinated travelers. Last week, the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis announced a change in the country’s travel policy for travelers who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and are …
  • G20 Leaders Support Vaccine Passports To Resume International Travel
    Tourism ministers from the Group of 20 (G20), the world’s most powerful economies, met virtually today and agreed to back plans for vaccine passports to help the global tourism industry recover. On the same day, the tourism minister of Canada announced …
  • Canada Changes Entry Requirements Amid New Call for Ban on International Travel
    Covid-19 variants continue to be a concern across Canada, causing Health Canada to amend its travel protocols for incoming travelers and opposition leaders calling on the federal government for a complete ban on international travel. New Travel Protocols for Travelers Entering …
  • Rental Car Shortage in the U.S. Causing High Prices for Travelers
    If you’re planning a domestic road trip this summer in the U.S., you may want to think twice about renting a car. There is a massive rental-car shortage in the U.S., causing prices to skyrocket up to 700 USD a day in some …
  • Alaska Joins Florida in Lawsuit Against CDC to Resume Cruising
    The Governor of Alaska, Mike Dunleavy, has announced they will be joining Florida in a lawsuit against the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) to resume cruising in U.S. waters. The cruise industry plays a significant role in Alaska’s …
  • United Adds New Direct Flights to Three European Countries
    United Airlines announced on Monday they are adding three new flight routes from the U.S. to Croatia, Greece, and Iceland as more countries reopen to vaccinated travelers.  The new flight routes give U.S. travelers more options for summer travel by flying …
  • Las Vegas Plans to Open at 100% Capacity in June
    The governor of Nevada, Steve Sisolak, announced in a press conference that he plans to have every Nevada county reopen to 100% capacity by June 1st. This includes Las Vegas, one of the most visited cities in all of the United …
  • Anguilla To Drop Quarantine Measures For Vaccinated Travelers
    Anguilla, a British Overseas Territory in the Eastern Caribbean, has approved a Covid-19 exit strategy which comprises a series of new travel protocols. Some of these protocols will come into effect immediately, while others will be introduced over the next few …
  • Hawaii Approves Plan For Vaccine Passport Program This Summer
    The Governor of Hawaii has approved a vaccine passport program for inter-island travel that may begin as early as next month, expanding to out-of-state travelers by the summer. The vaccine passport for Hawai was first announced in February. While the program …
  • Cruise Lines Evacuating Thousands After Volcano Erupts in St. Vincent
    A volcano has erupted in St. Vincent and the Grenadines Friday morning, spewing clouds of ash and smoke for miles and forcing thousands to evacuate. Three major cruise lines have sent ships to help evacuate residents impacted by the eruption to …