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Hawaii Officially Welcoming Tourists Back November 1

As the winter draws in, are you looking for some winter sunshine? Hawaii has announced its welcoming tourists back from November 1st.  Hawaii started welcoming back domestic tourists earlier this year. But the Delta variant increased COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, forcing Gov. David Ige to state, “now is not the time to visit the islands.” …

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TSA Vaccine Mandate May Cause Long Wait Times For Travelers In The U.S.

Following the news of the U.S. opening to international travelers on November 8, the TSA is now in the spotlight to complete its vaccination mandate ahead of the busy holiday season. If the TSA does not meet its vaccination requirements by the November 22 deadline, it could lead to TSA staffing shortages which would likely …

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Top 10 U.S. Road Trips To Take This Winter

As we approach the end of October, fall is rapidly giving way into winter. If you’re looking for something memorable to do this winter, why not consider a road trip? Here are several routes perfect for a fun excursion in the colder months. While this list includes several options in areas that are warm year-round, …

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Canada Travel Industry Calls For PCR Testing To Be Scrapped At Border

With the recent news that the U.S. government will finally open the land border with Canada and Mexico, travel operators are hopeful for a rebound in tourism to both countries. However, the travel industry feels that the PCR testing requirement to enter Canada is discouraging American tourists and is calling on the government to scrap …

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U.S. To Accept Foreign Travelers With Vaccines Approved By FDA And WHO

Last month, the United States announced that it would require proof of vaccination for all international arrivals and end its 18-month entry ban on travelers from the E.U., U.K., and other nations. But, a lack of clear requirements of what vaccines will be accepted and what date the U.S. will open has frustrated travelers, particularly …

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Canadians With Mixed Vaccines Fear They Will Banned From U.S.

With the US reopening for International travel in November, and their declaration that all forgiven arrivals will need to show proof of vaccination to enter, concerns are growing for Canadians with mixed vaccines. Millions of Canadians received mixed vaccines, but the World Health Organization does not recognize this as being fully vaccinated. This post will …

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U.S. Likely To Delay Reopening For UK Tourists

The United States looks likely to delay reopening to British travelers, according to reports. From early November, the United States is preparing to reopen to fully vaccinated travelers from various nations, including the U.K and the E.U.  However, reports suggest that talks between the U.K and Washington have broken down in recent days due to …

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The U.S. Plans ‘New System’ For International Travel

The White House has announced it will plan a new system for international travel that will include contact tracing. The United States has been closed to much of the world — including European citizens — since March 2020. The EU has asked the United States to remove restrictions on non-essential travel into the U.S, but it …

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Americans May Need Proof of Vaccine Or Testing To Travel Domestically

As the United States continues to struggle with a high number of Covid-19 cases, proposed legislation has been put forward that would require all airline and train passengers in the U.S. to provide proof of vaccination or a recent negative Covid-19 test to travel.  New Legislation Proposes Vaccine or Testing Mandate For Domestic Travel While …

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The CDC Is Asking Unvaccinated Americans To Avoid Travel This Weekend

While many travelers in the United States are planning a last summer getaway over the busy labor day weekend, the Centers For Disease And Control (CDC) is asking unvaccinated travelers to stay at home due to rising Covid-19 cases. CDC Recommends Against Traveling Labor Day Weekend The United States is now surpassing an average of …

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National Parks In The U.S. Are So Crowded, They All May Become Reservation Only

As more Americans are traveling domestically and embracing the outdoors, National Parks in the United States have never been so popular. They are seeing a record number of visitors, which has led to traffic jams, increased trash, and vandalism. In an effort to protect the parks from the negative impacts of overtourism, congress is stepping in …

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Amtrak Is Investing Over $7 Billion For New Modern Trains In The U.S.

Amtrak, the National Railroad Passenger service in the United States, announced this week that they are investing $7.3 billion into a new fleet of state-of-the-art trains to modernize its aging fleet and attract more travelers. Amtrak Is Investing In New Fleet Of Modern Train Amtrak will be contracting California-based Siemens Mobility Inc. to manufacture a …

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