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Cancun And Playa Del Carmen Have Officially Reopened For Tourism

The hotspots of Cancun and Playa Del Carmen have officially reopened for tourism. Surrounding vacation hotspots like Tulum, Isla Mujeres and Cozumel have also reopened. The Governor of Quintana Roo has announced that the entire state has a reduced risk of COVID-19 transmission as the epidemiological light was dropped from ‘orange’ to ‘yellow’. This allows Cancun, Playa …

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The Netherlands Is Reopening Tourism For 30 Countries June 15th

This is a 2020 article with older information about the Netherlands first reopening. ——-> For UPDATED 2021 information about travel to the Netherlands, please visit “Netherlands Entry Requirements Guide”   …the original article continues below…. On June 15, 2020 the Netherlands reopened to tourists from countries in the European Union and the Schengen area. Then on …

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Tahiti and Bora Bora – Entry Requirements in 2021

On July 15, 2020, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Mo’orea and other French Polynesian islands reopened to tourists from all countries. Then, due to a change in the epidemiological situation, they re-closed early 2021 for a few months.  Now as of mid-2021, French Polynesia has reopened again for tourism, but with updated entry rules.  New entry rules …

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Switzerland Reopening To Tourists From These Countries June 15

This article contains news from July 2020. For the latest and current entry requirements for Switzerland please visit —>  “Switzerland’s Covid-19 Entry Requirements Guide”    …original article continues below… Switzerland is reopening to tourists on June 15th 2020, starting by allowing visitors from 30 countries. Switzerland’s official government tourism site posted an announcement on June …

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Germany Reopening To Tourists June 15th From Select Countries

This is a 2020 article with information about Germany’s first reopening in June, 2020. ——> for updated 2021 information please go to “Germany’s Covid-19 Entry Requirements Guide”   ….original article continues below… Germany announced that it will be officially reopening to tourists on June 15th, allowing 31 countries to cross its borders for the purposes …

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The First Non-Smoking Resort On The Las Vegas Strip

Park MGM, formerly Monte Carlo, will reportedly be the first completely non-smoking casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip when it reopens.  The casino, hotel, pool, restaurants and rooms will be all non-smoking according to Vital Vegas There’s been a lot of buzz about Las Vegas casinos possibly going non-smoking but popular wisdom has been …

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Italy Has Reopened To Tourists From 26 Countries With No Restrictions

Starting Wednesday June 3rd, Italy reopened its borders to tourists from 26 countries without any restrictions upon arrival. During its lockdown, which began nearly three months ago, Italy placed strict limits on non-essential travel in and around the country. But from Wednesday, those restrictions have been lifted and most arrivals into the country will not be …

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France Reopening To Tourists: Everything You Need To Know

The Prime Minister of France has announced on Twitter that the country will begin reopening to tourists starting on June 15th.  À l’intérieur de l’Europe, l’épidémie ralentit : la France sera favorable à une réouverture des frontières intérieures de l’Europe à compter du 15 juin si la situation sanitaire le permet, sans quatorzaine pour les …

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Canada Extends Ban On All Cruise Ships Until End Of October

The Canadian Government has announced that all cruise ships carrying more than 100 people will be prohibited from operating in Canadian waters until at least October 31st. In March, the federal government announced it was temporarily barring all large cruise ships and ferries that carry more than 500 people, including crew, from docking in Canada until July …

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Montenegro Has Reopened For Tourism – Entry Requirements for 2021

As of June 1st 2020, Montenegro has now reopened to tourists and accepting international arrivals from 100+ countries. For many people looking to still enjoy a European summer vacation, Montenegro might serve as the perfect country. 2021 Update: Montenegro is now allowing all nations to visit. Entry requirements include testing, recovery certificates, or now even …

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United Kingdom Reopening To Tourists In June

The United Kingdom will be reopening to international tourists in June with new covid-19 prevention measures set by the UK government.  Starting on June 8th, all visitors arriving from other countries will be able to enter the UK but will face new strict quarantine measures before any vacation or traveling can begin.  The prevention measures …

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Greece is Reopen For Tourism – Here’s Who Can Visit

Greece has officially reopened for tourism starting June 15 to select countries, and to additional countries from July 1, 2020. A Newer version of this article now exists at “Countries Allowed To Travel To Greece” Please go there for the most current and updated Greece travel info.  Beginning on June 15th, Greek officials said that …

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