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
I would like to share with you the latest travel predictions of booking.com for the coming period. This is the annual Travel Predictions global campaign, which this year has evolved into the Future of Travel. The campaign uses global research from more than 20,000 respondents from 28 countries and territories alongside Booking.com insights to uncover the top travel … Continue reading Smarter, Kinder, Safer: Booking.com Reveals Nine Predictions For The Future of Travel
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?
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
According with traveldailynews.com, new recommendations from a panel of globally recognized medical and scientific experts say that by relentlessly focusing on prevention and other measures – including the testing of guests and crew members – public health risks associated with the pandemic can be mitigated in a cruise ship environment. The Healthy Sail Panel submitted its … Continue reading Healthy return of sailing needs heightened protocols
VICTORIA, SEYCHELLESs - The Republic of Seychelles is going live with Travizory technology to facilitate the collection and analysis of traveler documentation to ensure re-opening of the borders in the safest manner. This is a mere three weeks after the agreement was signed, following Cabinet of Ministers ’approval for the installation and deployment of the … Continue reading Travizory – technology to streamline travel authorization in Seychelles
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