Japan is slowly beginning to reopen its borders, but it will still be some time until it welcomes tourists back. https://youtu.be/4dXGyRs8UvE Japan plans to begin lifting its pandemic-related international travel restrictions Oct. 1, starting by welcoming foreigners with approved long-stay visas, Nikkei reports. Nikkei said the government plans to prioritize entrance for people traveling from … Continue reading Japan getting ready to reopen Its borders for travelers
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for the development and deployment of rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, scalable and systematic COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure as an alternative to quarantine measures in order to re-establish global air connectivity. IATA will work through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and with health authorities to implement this solution quickly. … Continue reading COVID-19 test before departure – IATA’s solution for re-establish global air connectivity
Madeira Islands will remain on the FCO UK travel corridor, effective from 12th September. Since the start of the pandemic, the archipelago has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe. With Madeira Islands on the travel corridor, British tourists can continue to enjoy the destination that has just been recognised as one of … Continue reading The Madeira Islands remain one of the safest destinations in Europe. They are on the UK travel corridor
One of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world is reopening to international tourism, with an unusual caveat: only travelers who have had COVID-19 will be granted entry. Located in the Atlantic Ocean of the coast of Brazil, in the state of Pernambuco, the 21-island Fernando de Noronha reopened its borders on September 1 after … Continue reading Have you already had COVID-19 and recovered ?! Then you can visit one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world!
Travel company Tui has canceled all holidays to a party resort on a Greek island because of customers failing to follow coronavirus safety measures. Acording with bbc.com, Tui said it would no longer be offering trips to the resort of Laganas, on Zakynthos, from Thursday.It comes after six clusters of cases were linked to flights … Continue reading Tui halts trips to Zante resort of Laganas after virus clusters
Indonesia will keep its doors closed to tourists until a coronavirus vaccine is found and immunity can be provided, a government official said Saturday as the country continued to conduct clinical testing for a vaccine. “The reopening of tourist destinations to foreign tourists is something positive, but we need to do it at the right … Continue reading Indonesia decides to close doors to tourists until vaccine found
It is the first time since at least 1960 that all four routes will be closed during the climbing season. Mount Fuji will be closed to climbers this summer in a measure aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus. Shizuoka Prefecture, which manages three of the four major routes to Japan’s highest peak, announced Monday … Continue reading Mount Fuji will be closed to climbers this summer due to virus
In Bangkok is a sunny day, and on the most famous tourist street, the Cletana Thangworachai store is open for business.Her Khao San Road store is full of shiny magnets, brightly colored elephant keychains and cotton-patterned trousers that have become an unofficial uniform for backpackers in Southeast Asia. But for now, he has no one … Continue reading Does Asia have the answer to the question: what will tourism look like in the coronavirus era?
"You make reservations at restaurants, sure. But how about booking in advance just to get a spot on the sand at the beach? That's exactly what some beachgoers will have to do in Spain this summer, thanks to the coronavirus crisis." - CNN Canet d'en Berenguer, a Mediterranean town located just north of Valencia, will … Continue reading What do you think about needing a reservation for going to the beach … this summer?
The European Commission on Friday called on Schengen member states and Schengen-associated states to extend the temporary restriction on non-essential travel to the EU by another 30 days until 15 June, according to a Commission statement.The Commission points out that the situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic remains fragile, both in Europe and worldwide, even … Continue reading The European Commission calls for the borders to remain closed for travel until the summer