While scores of countries are reintroducing border closures and travel restrictions to mitigate fresh waves of Covid-19, Southeast Asia’s two most popular resort islands – Bali and Phuket – are in a race to open to international tourism.The stakes in terms of potential benefits and risks are high. The economies of both have been on … Continue reading Who will win he race to restart international tourism: Bali or Phuket?
On 17 March 2021, the European Commission presented a proposal to create a Digital Green Certificate to facilitate the safe free movement of citizens within the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital Green Certificates will be valid in all EU Member States. What is a Digital Green Certificate?A Digital Green Certificate is a digital proof … Continue reading Digital Green Certificate to facilitate the safe free movement of citizens within the EU
The organizing committee for the Tokyo Olympics is considering barring international spectators from attending the games to prevent the spread of COVID-19. With less than five months before the games are to start, the rise of new coronavirus variants around the world has become a concern for organizers who are trying to hold a "safe … Continue reading The ban on spectators from abroad at the Tokyo Olympics is being considered
Brussels will put forward a draft law this month to create so-called vaccine passports, European Commission (EC) President Ursula von der Leyen has announced. It will be called a Digital Green Pass and include details such as whether the person has been vaccinated, as well as previous COVID-19 test results and medical statements. The draft … Continue reading EU leader von der Leyen says vaccine passport draft law to be launched this month
Travel during the times of COVID is marred with apprehensions. With people across the globe trying to cope with the new normal, there are many things that are bound to change the travel scenario too. Emirates have come up with a new option to allow travelers to travel without a second thought. Reportedly, the airline … Continue reading Option to book empty seats next to you on Emirates flights
Dutch carrier KLM will suspend 270 flights to the Netherlands after the country's government imposed new requirements to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus. KLM will suspend all long-haul flights and several short-haul flights on Friday due to the new Covid-19 requirements set by the Dutch government on Friday (January 22, 2021). On … Continue reading KLM Suspends All Long-Haul And Some European Flights
Mountaineers looking to scale Nepal's Himalayan peaks can finally do so for the first time in seven months. The country has reopened to foreign travellers, though some have criticised the move as the coronavirus pandemic has left the country short of hospital beds. Nepal is home to eight of the 14 highest mountains in the world, … Continue reading After seven month lockdown, Nepal reopens to mountaineers
We know that travel is especially difficult right now. But alongside the latest COVID-19 travel advice and updates, we want to continue to inspire you with new travel content so that when the world opens its doors again, you'll be ready. Would-be travellers across the globe are running into the same issue. They’re ready to … Continue reading How to use Skyscanner to plan travel during COVID-19
Each year, the world sees different travel trends that come and go as technology, and other factors vary. However, 2020 has been a unique year, in which travel has changed, and new travel habits have been formed, which will remain in the future. As we are coming closer to the new year of 2021, many … Continue reading What will be the travel trends in 2021?
Caravan holidays can actually bring many benefits and there are places all over the UK to visit which means that the way that people think about holidays could change, especially those that have invested in a caravan in 2020. 2020 has been a year for staycations with the government discouraging interna-tional travel, restrictions in place … Continue reading Have caravan holidays become more popular since Coronavirus?