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Grenada Becomes The 25th Country To Remove All Entry Requirements

Starting April 4, 2022, Covid proof of entry will no longer apply to foreign visitors visiting the tri-island nation of Grenada, as it fully reopens to tourism under pre-pandemic regulations. This means both the vaccinated and unvaccinated are welcome without testing, quarantine, or any further requirements. Grenada is now officially the latest entry in our …

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Latest U.S. Travel Advice For All European Countries Bordering Ukraine

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine intensifies, with air raids being carried out and a wave of refugees to the West being spurred, Europe has been met with a large-scale crisis of the kind never seen since World War II. For that reason, travel to the Old Continent may soon come with its own challenges, …

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Australia Plans To Open Entire Country For International Tourism By April

There is some good news for travelers looking to take that long awaited trip down under. This past week, Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, announced that the country MAY reopen its borders as early as the Easter holiday.  This is very welcome news to foreigners who have been waiting nearly two full years to enter the …

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How Soon Can You Fly Home To The U.S. After Testing Positive Abroad?

It is time we finally addressed the burning question every traveler in the Covid era, no matter how experienced, keeps asking themselves: “how soon will I be able to fly home to the U.S. in case I test positive abroad?” Now more now than ever, and especially with Omicron cases on the rise, travelers are …

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Rio Cancels Street Parades For Its World Famous Carnival

Carnival has a long history in the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro, an event known for its wild celebrations and parties within the streets of this South American city. This energetic festival is known for its lavish costumes, bright colors, and five days of non-stop dancing, partying, and entertainment. Tourists and locals alike have …

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More Flight Cancellations Expected As Omicron Sweeps Across The U.S.

With the swift spread of the new highly contagious Omicron variant, numerous airlines have been forced to ground flights either due to disruption caused by travel restrictions or other restrictive guidelines. In North America, the phenomenon has been particularly accentuated, with flight cancellations topping 1,500 in the United States alone over the Christmas period. Unfortunately, …

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Royal Caribbean Reports 44 Cases On Symphony of the Seas Cruise Ship

Cruise Industry Dealt Blow With Breakout On Board Nearly Fully Vaccinated Ship Royal Caribbean were forced to make an unfortunate announcement today, as they reported 44 COVID cases on their ship Symphony of the Seas. The ship currently has its home port in Miami, Florida. According to the company, future schedules are not being affected …

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10 Countries To Visit That Do Not Require A Vaccine Passport

Many nations worldwide state travelers need a vaccine passport to enter the country and visit bars, shops, restaurants, cinemas, and indoor tourist attractions. However, we’ve found 10 countries without vaccine passports, which enables you to enter attractions without worrying about obtaining a health pass.   This list is not an exhaustive list, but our top recommendations …

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6 Countries That Have Booster Shot Travel Restrictions

As the travel industry heads to normality, travel restrictions are changing all the time. With that said, we know multiple nations are enforcing a time limit on vaccine validity. As a result, we’re witnessing nations make booster shots mandatory to be classed as fully vaccinated.  The United Kingdom just added the booster shots to the …

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Thailand Plans To Reopen Popular Destinations Including Bangkok In October

Things are looking up. Officials in Thailand announced on Thursday that the country plans to reopen the capital city of Bangkok and other popular tourist destinations starting next month. The announcement comes following studies which show that Covid infections may have peaked in the country, following record-breaking cases this past summer. The lifting of restrictions …

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Denmark Ends All Local Restrictions September 10th

On August 27th, Danish authorities announced that the classification of the Covid-19 virus as a critical societal threat was no longer required. As a result, the country of Denmark ends all Covid-19 restrictions for residents and tourists within its borders on September 10th. Denmark One of the First Nations to Have Pandemic Related Restrictions In March 2020, …

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Martinique and Guadeloupe Ask Tourists to Depart as Lockdowns Resume

The French government recently decided to resume COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions in two popular Caribbean destinations due to rising infection rates. As a result, the French Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe have asked tourists to depart the islands.  French President Emmanuel Macron described the rising COVID-19 cases as ‘cruel proof’ that vaccines work. This is due …

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