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The Bahamas Tightens Entry Restrictions Amid Omicron

[ad_1] With the Omicron variant now spreading rapidly in nations all around the world, The Bahamas has just updated its entry requirements for foreign travelers. The Caribbean nation’s Prime Minister Philip Davis announced Thursday that, regardless of their vaccination status, all international visitors must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 …

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Photo Tour: A Week in the Florida Keys

[ad_1] Upon landing at Key West International Airport at the southern tip of Florida, it’s immediately apparent that you’re someplace a little different and a tad irreverent. “Welcome to the Conch Republic,” a sign on the airport terminal reads. The term Conch Republic dates to 1982 when the Keys symbolically …

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What Travelers Need to Know About Quito, Ecuador Right Now

[ad_1] Quito is an emerging destination that should really be on every traveler’s radar. The rich culture, great history, growing gastronomy scene and of course the beautiful scenery make the capital of Ecuador a place well worth exploring. In this video, Quito Tourism’s Cristina Rivadeneira shares what travelers need to …

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Alaska Awards $10 Million Grant to Tourism Group

[ad_1] Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy announced the Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA) would receive a $10.48 million grant from the U.S. Department of Economic Development Administration (EDA). During a press conference with Governor Dunleavy and Alaska tourism businesses, the ATIA laid out its plans for managing the grant. The funding …

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Brazil To Require Travelers Provide Proof of Vaccination for Entry

[ad_1] The supreme court of Brazil has just ruled that inbound international travelers will be required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination in order to enter the country—a decision that directly contradicts the express wishes of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. The president himself remains unvaccinated (though he contracted COVID-19 …

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