The holidays are here, and with them comes increased temptation to travel in order to spend time with family or friends. But with COVID-19 surging throughout the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is urging Americans to stay home. If you must travel, here are the risks to prioritize and what to bring with you to mitigate them,
As temperatures fall and the holidays approach, the urge to travel grows—despite COVID-19 and the cautionary advice of Dr. Anthony Fauci. The surge of virus cases in many countries has experts fearing the coming months will be the worst yet. The CDC and State Department still advise against nonessential travel to most countries.
But some destinations outside the continental U.S. are reopening to American tourists—with many caveats.
Thailand’s new tourist visa is ready for applicants from all countries. Here’s what you need to know to apply for it.
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Today, November 11, the world commemorates the armistice agreement that officially ended the first world war—on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, in 1918. The eleventh hour is also known as the latest possible time before it’s too late. The world’s COVID cases continue to reach record new highs of daily infections, particularly in Europe and the U.S. Experts say cases in many places are growing exponentially and are even out of control. While there’s new hope ..
Canada's pandemic border rule changes show the government is getting ready for greater numbers of people entering Canada. Is it a sign the border might reopen soon?
The southern African country famous for its Okavango River Delta, Kalahari Desert, and more than 120,00 elephants has begun its phased reopening. A brand new safari lodge will give you incredible views of the country’s wildlife from your suite on a small island and even from a treehouse.
All U. S. travelers—as well as travelers from all other countries—are welcome as of November 1 with no COVID test required.
Spaciousness outdoors and indoors at Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas makes for an ideal vacation during the Covid pandemic.
October 1 marked the reopening of Uganda to international tourists, after a six month closure of the country’s main airport in Entebbe just outside the capital of Kampala. Uganda has thorough precautions in place to protect not only human residents and visitors, but also to protect its abundant wildlife—especially its endangered mountain gorillas.
The names and borders of Vancouver’s neighbourhoods may be up for debate, but there’s no doubt Vancouver excels in the neighbourhood restaurant department. COVID-19 is putting these gems at risk, so dine-in, pick-up, or get delivery directly from them rather than the big apps, if you can, to enjoy food from around the world, including the city’s own West Coast cuisine.
Vancouver restaurants are ready to help you celebrate, whether it’s a negative test result or a once-in-a-lifetime momentous occasion. Choose from fancy to fun and everything in between to make a toast to the fabulous food at these Vancouver restaurants, even if you choose to bring it home to celebrate.
Belize reopens its borders and its main airport October 1, after delaying initial plans to reopen on August 15. For those ready to plan for a trip, a vacation to the Belizean private island of Cayo Espanto sounds like the ideal way to forget about Covid for a while.