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These Countries Now Require International Health Insurance for Entry

While many nations are requiring a negative COVID-19 test for entry, an insurance policy that would cover potential medical costs during the trip is a separate requirement. The cost of the initial COVID-19 test required for entry is typically separate from the local health insurance coverage, which typically begins the moment you touch down for …

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These Countries Now Require International Health Insurance for Entry

Visiting a different country has always come with entry requirements—a visa, a return ticket, or a passport with six months of validity remaining. But since the COVID-19 pandemic, countries have enacted more stringent requirements: proof you purchased international healthcare coverage. More tourist-frequented nations than ever are requiring proof of health insurance for entry, with the island …

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33 Safe Summer Vacations You Can Still Take During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Summer vacations look much different in the coronavirus crisis. Many countries are closed off to Americans due to the high rates of COVID-19 in the United States, and many states require quarantines. If you still want to take a trip—we get it. You’ve been in the house for months, the weather’s good and you want a break before getting …

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Caribbean Resort Sales: Get the Deals and Entry Requirements for Jamaica, USVI, More

Though the Caribbean is a more popular destination for winter or spring getaways, the islands are trying to lure travelers who have a bad case of cabin fever after five months of lockdowns, masks, surges and paused reopenings. The deals and discounts on offer are giving the high season (December to April) a run for …

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The Caribbean Is Welcoming Tourists. Here’s What You Need to Know

Many Caribbean nations have started reopening their borders to welcome international visitors. Although the pandemic struck the region during the pinnacle of high season, the Caribbean has reported relatively low coronavirus cases. But ongoing travel restrictions and the absence of cruise ships (combined with an active hurricane season already underway) have caused significant blows—especially considering …

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These Caribbean Islands Are Open to American Tourists. Here’s How They’ve Responded to COVID-19

The Turks and Caicos Islands are made up of nine main islands and approximately 40 additional smaller islands and remote cays. The scattered archipelago is socially distanced by nature and attracts tourists year-round, thanks to its turquoise waters, white sand beaches, and legendary diving. The idyllic collection of islands recently opened their borders to international …

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Where To Travel Now: Turks And Caicos

Turks and Caicos reopened its crystalline waters to travelers July 22. While many countries have closed their borders to Americans, the archipelago joins Caribbean islands like Aruba, the Dominican Republic and St. Lucia in welcoming U.S. tourists. A luxury destination, the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) is renowned for its powdery sands and its crystal-clear turquoise …

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Turks and Caicos Is Now Open for Tourism

Turks and Caicos Is Now Open for Tourism. The British Overseas Territory officially reopened its borders for tourism on July 22.  So what should travelers know?  All visitors need to complete a “TCI Assured Pre-Travel Authorization” application to be granted entry into the country (you can find it here).  Read the full article

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