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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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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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This Is The Happiest City To Vacation In The U.S. This Year

It seems the soaring cost of travel is no match for Sin City’s appeal. While many believed the entertainment capital would suffer heavy losses amid the cost of living crisis, when purchasing power and travel demand inevitably drop, Las Vegas has never been hotter, both figuratively and literally, being named the happiest city to vacation …

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U.S. Ban On Unvaccinated Travelers Remains, Despite CDC Guidance Update

As the world moves beyond the era of Covid restrictions, one hurdle remains for international travelers to the United States. Noncitizens wishing to travel to the U.S. must show proof of full vaccination against Covid-19 before boarding a flight to the U.S from another country. While this was the norm at the start of the …

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US Government Launching Platform That Will Enable Passengers To Compare Airline Services

With the ongoing chaos affecting air travel lately, have you ever wondered which airline would be ‘safer’ to book with, based on what benefits they offer in the event of a delay or cancelation? Pretty soon, the U.S. Government will launch an online platform enabling Americans to do just that, and make better informed decisions …

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Los Cabos And Cancun At Level 2 Travel Advisory Heading Into The Fall

Heading south of the border this fall? You may have seen the U.S. Department of State has issued updated travel advisories for each individual Mexican destination this fall. While security risks in places like Puerto Vallarta are considered high enough to warrant a Level 3 badge, meaning Americans should ‘reconsider travel‘ due to crime and …

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Waiting To Book Your Winter Getaway This Year Will Be Hard On Your Wallet

If you’re planning on going on a sunny break this January, you may want to set aside some money right away, as waiting to book until it’s winter may prove a bigger issue than it once was (especially if you’re on a budget amid the pandemic-led global recession). Trust us when we say that, this …

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New York Is The Most Expensive U.S. City For Air Travel Right Now

Flight costs have soared through the roof since the world reopened for tourism. In the U.S., a pent-up travel demand has pushed prices up the highest, with the airfare inflation being attributed to a handful of destinations only. One of them is New York, named by TravelPerk the most expensive city for air travel right …

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Amtrak Launches New Train Route From New York Amid High Demand

Responding to a high customer demand, North America’s favorite railway company Amtrak has just added a new destination from New York, reopening service on a route that had been inactive since 1953. As of this week, from July 29, travelers are able to hop on a train to the historical Burlington, in Vermont, one of …

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These Sleeper Trains Might Save You From The Pain Of Flying This Summer

Let’s be real for a sec, airports are in absolute shambles right now, so how can we get from point A to point B without flying? The U.S. has a decent rail system and sleeper trains may just be the answer. Whether it’s domestic or international travel, flights are being delayed or simply unceremoniously canceled …

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Canada’s Strict Border And Vaccine Rules Are Preventing Americans From Visiting

Ever since the world reopened and countries started dropping their once-harsh entry regimes, travel demand has soared, with numerous territories reporting passenger numbers equal to, or even higher than the pre-pandemic years. That is the case with tourism giants like Mexico, where 40 million tourists are expected this year alone. Sadly, Mexico’s stellar comeback has …

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Americans Can Travel To These 186 Countries Visa-Free In 2022

Several countries now seem ready to move on from Covid after being stuck in a two-year loop of restrictions and social curbs. Consequently, U.S. citizens who had been confined to their own country due to entry bans and complex travel rules are finally regaining their travel privileges – at an incredibly fast pace. While the …

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