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All Americans Will Be Able To Renew Passports Online Starting 2023

This is the moment Americans have been patiently waiting for: starting in 2023, all U.S. citizens will be eligible to renew their passports online for international travel. The U.S. Government has made the decision after a successful pilot program launched this year proved demand for a digital, smarter, and faster application process is high. Soon …

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These Are The Countries In Latin America With No Travel Restrictions This Fall

It may seem as if the world has already moved on from Covid at this point, but in reality, some of the most popular destinations continue enacting entry rules and delaying the resumption of normal tourism. As we have detailed before, on our side of the pond, the list can be quite extensive, especially if …

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Brazil Lifts Ban On Unvaccinated Americans

Brazil just took a huge step in reinstating pre-Covid normality after spending months in the company of some of the world’s most restrictive countries. More specifically, it finally lifted its ban on unvaccinated visitors, including Americans, allowing in all foreigners once again with some restrictions. During the early days of the pandemic, Brazil maintained an …

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These Are The Last Countries That Still Ban Americans Without A Vaccine

Now that the world’s top tourist hotspots have reopened their borders for travel and axed their vaccination requirements, it is easy to forget the same does not necessarily apply to the entire globe. Indeed, the vast majority of countries still have restrictions in place, with four of the major ones going as far as banning …

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This Is The Safest Country To Travel In Latin America

Safety remains a primary concern for Americans traveling in the Southern Hemisphere, especially in places where neither local customs, nor the language feel familiar and scamming culture is widespread. However, there is one country where risks aren’t as high, and that has been deemed the safest to travel in Latin America. The geopolitical group remains …

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United Threatens To Pull Out Of JFK This Fall If Demands Are Not Met

For the first time since 2015, when it axed all flights over a five-year hiatus, citing heavy losses, United Airlines is threatening to pull out of New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) once again, unless its demands are met. This would mean all routes operated by the airline from the hub would be unceremoniously …

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Apple’s New iPhone 14 Will Pose A Problem For American Travelers

This week, Apple finally unveiled its long anticipated iPhone 14, and like every other year, it includes camera updates and strengthened safety measures. However, one tiny detail missing this year may pose a big problem for travelers that are avid iPhone customers: the new smartphone does not have Apple’s signature SIM card tray. When traveling, …

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This Beautiful Colonial City In Mexico Is Getting More Popular By The Day

Mexico may be popular for its pristine beaches and Mayan heritage, but in truth, it is an incredibly diverse country whose cultural offer extends far beyond the usual tourist hotspots of the Mexican Caribbean. It is home to a plethora of historical cities not many Americans dare explore, and that had been largely overlooked for …

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Tourists Are Still Flocking To Hawaii Despite Soaring Prices – Here’s Why It’s More Popular Than Ever

The cost of travel has increased exponentially this year, influenced by the economic crisis and the pent-up demand resulting from two years of pandemic management. Interestingly, several destinations continued reporting record revenues: one of them is Hawaii, a place tourists continue flocking into despite soaring prices. Hawaii’s latest visitor numbers are incredibly close to reaching …

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This Is The Only Country In South America That Has Dropped All Travel Restrictions

Following a relatively free summer and the waning of Covid, it might seem like the world has finally moved on from the pandemic and strict mandates are a thing of the past. This may be the case for most of Europe, Mexico and the like, but it is definitely not yet a reality in South …

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Amtrak Relaunches Direct Trains From U.S. To Vancouver

Amtrak is relaunching trains from the U.S. to Vancouver, Canada for the first time since Covid was declared a pandemic and cross-border movements came to a halt. Soon enough, Americans will be able to take trips out to the trendy British Columbia city, famous for its mountain backdrop and artsy scene, once again. This year, …

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Random Testing On Arrival In Canada Could Force Tourists To Quarantine

Although a majority of the Western World has dropped all of their entry requirements already, tourists visiting Canada still risk being sent to quarantine when randomly selected for testing on-arrival and given a positive Covid result – even if no longer infectious. Whether you’re vaccinated or recovered, Canada makes no distinction. From the onset of …

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