Much has been said in recent weeks about health and safety in the travel industry, with airlines, cruise lines, tour operators and hotels implementing new protocols designed specifically to protect customers from COVID-19. But what about travel agencies?
If you're looking to explore Canada this summer, you'll first have to navigate the fluctuating patchwork of travel restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus throughout the country.
As the world begins to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more destinations are welcoming back visitors. Airlines, hotels, resorts and ground handlers have invested heavily in health and safety protocols and are eager to welcome travellers back.
The EU is pulling together a list of 15 countries whose citizens will be allowed to visit EU countries in its first phase of reopening and at least according to early reports, Canada is said to be on the list.
When it comes to reopened destinations, Antigua and Barbuda were the first in the Caribbean out of the gate with commercial flights resuming on June 4. Now, the island nation is serving as a model for success for other soon-to-reopen destinations, like Grenada.