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A proposed bipartisan COVID-19 relief bill, which would provide USD$17 billion in support for the beleaguered aviation sector, offers hope to US travelers planning vacations in 2021. While the passage of the bill into law is not yet certain, the news provides a timely boost to US airlines, which have been placed under significant financial …

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2020 has been a year we’ll never forget and for many travelers one we definitely don’t want to repeat.  As 2021 is now on the horizon, news of a successful vaccine and more advanced testing will help open up travel next year. Once again, we’ll start exploring and take those dream vacations that so many …

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Panama will officially reopen all of its beaches for recreational use as of Sunday October 25th after they were shut down back in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre announced that starting Sunday  beaches will be open to the public from 6:00 am to 4:00 pm daily.  The reopening …

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The wonderful concrete jungle of New York city is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Well known for its famous attractions such Times Square, Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, historic neighborhoods, and numerous world famous museums, the city is truly a magical place that will steal your …

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The United States Government has dropped its travel advisory for Guatemala and Nicaragua from a level 4 ‘do not travel’ to a level 3 ‘reconsider travel’. Both countries were issued the level 4 advisory by the U.S. State Department back on August 10th citing high transmission levels of COVID-19. Now the United States government has …

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Colombia officially reopened its borders for international tourism on September 21, 2020. Colombia’s airports reopened on the 21st, initially connecting the nation with the USA, Ecuador, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Guatemala, as announced by the Ministry of Transportation. Bogota cityscape of big buildings and mountains On September 11, we published an article called …

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Colombia announced they will be reopening air borders for international flights on September 21 after being closed for 6 months due to the pandemic. The Minister of Transportation, Angela Maria Orozco, stated: “International flights will restart with a gradual first phase which will be announced shortly.” Important Update: Since this article was originally published on …

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Honduras has officially reopened airports and is now allowing international tourism to resume in the country. Honduras, a nation in Central America known for its Mayan ruins, jungle-covered mountains, barrier reefs and being a budget friendly destination, relies heavily on the 2 million tourists it gets yearly. Since the borders closed on March 15 due …

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Viking Cruises has cancelled all remaining cruises for 2020, it said in a statement. “On March 11, 2020, Viking was the first cruise line to temporarily suspend operations of our river and ocean cruises. Our commitment to our family of guests and employees is that their safety and wellbeing is always our top priority. In …

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The United States did indeed lift its global level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory but many Americans are unaware that new travel warnings have gone into effect for each individual country. The State Department went back to its previous way of rating countries individually instead of the blanket worldwide ban they issued when the pandemic …

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Many countries are now requiring travel insurance that covers Covid-19 for entry as they look to protect their health care systems from the rising cost of treatment.  Traveling in a Covid-19 world has its challenges including border closures, testing requirements, quarantines and now health insurance that includes treatment for the coronavirus. A growing number of …

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Panama has taken its first step towards reopening the Tocumen International Airport which is a major hub for Latin America and was the busiest airport in Central America prior to the pandemic.  Through an executive decree signed by Panamanian President Laurentino Cortizo on July 31, the Tocumen Airport will open for international transiting passengers and …

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