Travel Week in Review – February 4th, 2022

Travel Week in Review – February 4th, 2022

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning Americans against traveling to Mexico along with nearly a dozen other destinations, adding the vacation hotspot to its highest travel advisory list. The agency classified Mexico as a “Level 4” destination, indicating there is a “very high” level of COVID-19 transmission in the country and telling Americans they should not travel there.” Read More…

When the coronavirus was first introduced in 2020, we all thought it was going to be a couple of weeks until things were back to normal in all areas of life, including travel. Well, a few weeks turned into a month; a few months turned into a year, and here we are two years later struggling with the same setbacks, especially in the travel industry. The impact of the virus on the travel industry in 2020 proved more than ever why travelers need to use a travel advisor for booking vacations. Read More…

For four consecutive months last summer, Yellowstone National Park kept breaking its own monthly records for most recreational visitors. By the end of November, the park had already welcomed more than 4.82 million guests, shattering the previous high of 4.26 million set in 2016. This year, the spotlight promises to shine even brighter on the country’s first national park, as it celebrates its 150th anniversary on March 1. It’s not just Yellowstone that’s seeing a major uptick in visitors. Read More…

Remember when we thought getting two COVID-19 jabs would render us safe and free to travel the world again? Not so, it seems. As the pandemic wears on and the virus mutates in ways no one could predict, the situation calls for more. At least, that seems to be the belief among several foreign countries that have in recent weeks begun requiring international visitors to show proof of a booster shot in addition to their original COVID-19 vaccine. Read More…

Enter your travel details on the map – passport-issuing country, departure and arrival countries, and your vaccination status — to get instant, detailed info on travel restrictions, quarantine requirements, testing rules, and documentation required for travel. Read More…


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