Finally, 2020 has come to an end, and now, hopefully, we can get our lives back to normal as we cautiously make our way into 2021. For us here at C&C Travel Hub, a normal life is that of destinations, experiences, and memory making.
The Philippines imposed stricter travel restrictions banning entry from 20 countries, and several areas in community quarantine.
As the onslaught of the pandemic began, countries all over the world immediately placed restrictions on travel. And now, nearly a year later, some governments, and their respective travel companies, are just now starting to loosen the grip on one of the world’s most enjoyable industries.
With progress on vaccine development, hope seems to be around the corner. In a recent report, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian expresses his optimism for 2021.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has recently reported that it will be working with Tinder to promote matchmaking tours in a program called ‘Single Journey’, which will help single travelers meet new people.
In a recent statement, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and other major bodies in the tourism industry encourage the restart of international travel without requiring a vaccine. This is while noting that vaccines will definitely help in the long run, but a combination of effective testing and hygiene protocols is enough to restart the industry.
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As restrictions ease around the country and the prospect of travel beckons, many of us will be planning road trips for the holiday season.
To ensure your trip is memorable in the best rather than the worst way, here are some things you and your fellow travellers can do to reduce the risk of becoming infected with, or spreading, COVID on your trip.
In March 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic. This single announcement has changed our lives drastically. For our safety, we were advised to stay inside our homes, which makes perfect sense as the virus is highly contagious. Just a few minutes of contact with an infected person or a carrier could expose a person to the virus. A factor why COVID-19 keeps spreading is that most of the time, the virus is transmitted unknowingly. A person could be asymptomatic and yet highly contagious. This is why a travel ban and certain travel restrictions are being imposed, not only in the United States but also in almost every corner of the earth. On their website, the USA Department of State advises against travel to a long list of foreign countries. American citizens are either totally barred, restricted, or conditionally allowed to travel to a foreign country, depending on the situation in the country they wish to visit. There will be no travel for Americans into 54 countries including China, Brazil, …
A recent study found that people who spent at least two hours in nature per week were consistently more likely to report higher levels of health and well-being compared to people who spent less time in nature.
The IATA is forecasting the worst financial performance in the history of commercial aviation, predicting a global loss of $84 billion.
The Hagia Sophia has just opened to receive Sunni Muslim worshippers for the first time since 1931. The decision to convert the building in Istanbul, Turkey from a museum back into a mosque has divided opinion. Many Turkish inhabitants commend the transformation while mostly secular Turkish inhabitants and much of the international community find it inconceivable.
In the past, the island’s image as a peaceful paradise with a rich cultural and religious heritage has made it a highly resilient tourist destination.
The automated warning system provides real-time hazard information and a much greater level of safety to protect tourists and help operators determine when it is safe to visit volcanoes.
The Grattan Institute’s call to “abandon” plans for any high-speed rail network in Australia fails to look at the wider benefits such a project can bring by way of more productive economies and more sustainable towns and cities.