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Caribbean Countries Opened for Travel

Many Caribbean countries were COVID free during this pandemic. Hence many Caribbean countries have decided to reopen its borders for travellers to boost tourism. Following are some the Caribbean countries that have opened up for travelling, also a list of safety measure that has been taken and to-do before landing in those beautiful islands. 1. […]

Melbourne Airport To Be Closed

The restrictions on international arrivals have been extended by the Australian Government due to the surge in COVID-19 cases. Melbourne Airport will remain closed to arriving international passenger flights until at least 11:59pm Saturday 15 August, including for transit purposes. We recommend impacted passengers contact their airlines for further information in the meantime. Some international […]

Asian Countries Reopening Their Borders For Tourism

Asian countries are reopening their borders post COVID-19. Following are countries that have given there travel advisory plans for visitors who enter into there respective countries. Cambodia  As of 20th May 2020, Cambodia has lifted the travel ban. Even though it’s still hard to enter as  Cambodia has suspended e-visa and visa on arrival until […]

Tahiti| Things to do| Places to visit

Tahiti is the largest island in French Polynesia. It’s a famous destination for vacation and honeymooners. This island is surrounded with black-sand beaches, lagoons, waterfalls and 2 extinct volcanoes. Here are things to do when in Tahiti 1.Swim and Snorkel in a Blue Lagoon Tahiti is surrounded with water and the best scenery island. float […]

Australia will keep its borders closed for tourist until 2021

Australia has announced that it would keep its borders closed for tourist until 2021. Entry rules will be relaxed for students and long term visitors trade Minister Simon Birmingham said on Wednesday. There would be strict quarantine rules for returning students and visitors who plan to stay for a longer time in Australia. Australia just like its […]

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