Several months into the pandemic and many of the guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to stop the spread of COVID-19 haven’t changed much: Wear masks, socially distance, wash your hands and stay home as much as possible. However, with pandemic fatigue weighing on people around the world, it seems difficult, especially for avid travelers, to stomach the idea of not being able to go on
Singer-Songwriters Drew and Ellie Holcomb Showcase Safety and Write New Music on Epic 1600-Mile Tennessee Road Trip for Web Series Launching October 21
Pictured left to right: Ellie, Rivers, Huck, Emmylou and Drew Holcomb. Photo Credit: Katie Kauss
NASHVILLE, Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development kicks off its busiest
The meeting and wedding planning industries have been rocked during the Covid-19 pandemic, and they may continue to feel the effects for years to come. While online alternatives like Zoom will put a dent into the events business, many hotels are staying laser-focused on recovery even if the path forward presents unusual
SINGAPORE – Singapore will negotiate Air Travel Bubbles with safe countries or regions – an arrangement meant for general travellers that does not require a controlled itinerary, said Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung.
ST. CHARLES – Ryan Sheley wants people to feel comfortable coming into a school or business as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
He recently launched aSafeReturn.com, which sells protective shields, cough boxes and other products to businesses and schools for their use. The business is located at 882 Equity Drive in St. Charles.
“Everybody is trying to figure out how we can return safely,” Sheley said. “We consult and suggest to
So many of us loved to travel before the pandemic hit. So how can you still get your travel fix while while being safe?
WASHINGTON — Gabby Beckford is known as a Generation Z Travel Expert. At 25, she’s passionate about zipping around the world and just left a full-time engineering gig in February to make traveling her life.
But right when she made the switch, that’s when she found
Over the past six months, the travel industry has been dramatically altered. Many of us are uncertain what travel – if any – is safe to do right now… or when we can go back to traveling “normally.”
Some forms of travel have begun to return, especially outdoor adventures and road trips. Often overlooked, astronomy travel is another great way to get away while still practicing safe travel and
BELIZE CITY, Belize, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the country of Belize officially reopened the Philip Goldson International Airport (BZE) welcoming inbound leisure travel for international visitors, with approved hotels and tour operators only. The decision to reopen the international airport, which was closed due to COVID-19 restrictions in late-March, as well as launch Phase 3 of the destination’s five-phased Travel Reopening Plan, was made in conjunction with
The World Travel & Tourism Council has unveiled the latest set of measures designed to rebuild global consumer confidence.
The latest protocols for the global tourism sector focus on measures to ensure the reopening of adventure tourism, which should see an increase in popularity as travellers seek more unique experiences post Covid-19.
WTTC held detailed discussions with key stakeholders and organisations to ensure maximum buy-in, alignment and practical implementation.
Holidays have to be undertaken with a great deal of precaution now. The UK government has very strict travel rules in place, with only a selection of destinations on the ‘safe’ list. What’s more, countries can be removed from this list with very little notice, making going on holiday even more stressful.
“It is difficult to commit to a winter holiday with the travel corridors constantly changing, but there are
While some of us have the ability to work from home and cancel travel, there are plenty of people who do not. For those who must take a plane, train, bus or taxi or drive a long distance, for business or personal reasons, we’ve compiled some expert tips for staying safe and healthy.
Disclaimer: The information and recommendations we provide below are consistent with the information available from the US
As summer revs up, many families who’ve planned vacations and long-anticipated reunions are left wondering whether it’s safe to travel during the coronavirus outbreak. Most states have reopened, giving residents a semblance of normalcy, but COVID-19 cases are still rising in some areas.
The good news is you can travel this summer, especially if you stay within U.S. borders, as there are still many restrictions on international travel — and
Airport hotel, Crowne Plaza has led in the country by receiving a CovidClean (TM) certification from the globally recognized Safe hotels.
This comes at a crucial moment in the hospitality industry when current and future travelers are demanding watertight reassurance that their travel choice hotels and destinations are clean and safe.
The CovidClean (TM) hotel certification is a comprehensive quality assurance certificate that reassures guests and bookers that the hotel
As American families continue to track developments of the pandemic, many are opting for regional travel experiences this fall.
For some, a road trip to a national park or quaint town might provide just the right combination of taking in the fall scenery while traveling in a way that limits contact with others. However, even road trips close to home can incur their
Next to each check-in desk at the Phoenician resort in Arizona is a small sign with a maskless photo of the staff member grinning broadly and a quick mention of “what makes them smile.”
Waiters at the resort’s restaurants wear similar cards on lanyards around their necks with statements such as “Puppies make me smile” next to their smiling photos. It’s a
The latest protocols for rebuilding consumer confidence in order to reopen adventure tourism have been announced by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). The adventure tourism sector is expecting to see a growth in the number of travellers in the post-COVID world.
These protocols have been assisted by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) while also taking into account guidance from the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has unveiled the latest set of measures designed to rebuild global consumer confidence, reduce risk and encourage the return of “Safe Travels”—with these designed for the reopening of adventure tourism, which should see an increase in popularity as travelers seek more unique experiences post-COVID-19.
Protocols for the adventure tourism industry were compiled on the basis of insights and frameworks