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Delta Airlines has recently made several changes to its fare conditions, such as removing perks from the airline’s cheapest fare type, Basic Economy. The move could significantly change the booking habits of the customers of Delta, with other fare types now potentially appearing to be better value for money for those who are interested in …

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When visiting Mexico City, one of the largest cities in the world that offers tourists a wide variety of attractions, you’ll find so many iconic sites and attractions. The museums are one of the best places to spend an entertaining, fun, and cultural day. Here’s a list of our top ten recommendations. National Museum of …

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Spending a holiday in New York City is something that everyone should experience. The city possesses a unique buzz all year round, but there’s something special about festivities in the Big Apple. If you’re lucky enough to be heading to New York City this Thanksgiving, here are 5 things you should add to your itinerary. …

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American low-cost airline Frontier has unveiled even more new routes to its flight schedule this week. This time, it’s 16 direct flight routes from Orlando International Airport to a number of destinations in the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean. With 16 new nonstop flights in total, 13 will launch by the end of November and …

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New Regulations And a Travel Uptick Fueling The Delays Travelers both to and from the US should anticipate significant wait times at the airport starting Monday, experts predict. A combination of new regulations and a beckoning travel surge have fueled the concern.  The United States has been closed for non-essential travel to most of the …

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Despite the United States reopening for travel in 6 days, the U.S. State Department still has 79 countries listed on its Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ list.  The CDC and U.S. State Department recommends U.S travelers avoid these destinations because of high COVID-19 cases and stress the need for U.S travelers to be fully vaccinated …

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Oaxaca brings together in its Magical Towns all the charms to make you enjoy a dream vacation. Here is a guide to the top five Magical Towns in Oaxaca you can’t miss. Mazunte Mazunte is a Magical Coastal Town of Oaxaca with its beaches, ecological activities, and festivals as its main attractions for visitors. You …

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A compact, teardrop shaped island, Sri Lanka offers an array of glorious destinations. Explore vibrant cities, and discover revered ancient monuments. Spot wildlife in pristine national parks. Sun, swim and snorkel on palm fringed, white sand beaches. Here are seven of Sri Lanka’s finest. Sigiriya Soaring dramatically above the surrounding plains, the ancient rock fortress …

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There are many amazing things to do in Akumal, such as swimming with turtles, playing with dolphins, admiring multicolored fish, tasting the delicious traditional cuisine. Here are the top seven outdoor activities to see and do in Akumal, Quintana Roo. Swim With Turtles The great attraction of Playa Akumal in the Riviera Maya is to …

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Mexico City is the fifth-largest city in the world, so choosing the best places to visit can be a daunting task. Here are five landmarks you can’t miss on your trip to Mexico and discover these amazing experiences in the city. Constitution Plaza The Constitution Plaza, also called Zócalo, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. …

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Canada has finally opened to fully vaccinated U.S tourists yesterday after 17 months of closure due to the pandemic. Before today, Canada was closed for non-essential travel, and the country only allowed travelers in for special reasons.  The news is excellent for the travel industry, border towns, and people looking to reunite with family or …

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