COVID-19 testing 'very likely' when Royal Caribbean returns to cruising, executive says
Royal Caribbean Group is considering coronavirus testing as part of its plan to resume sailing, a company executive said.
10 hours ago - USA Today - 2 articles
AIDA Cruises is preparing for the resumption of its cruise operation starting from September 6, 2020
AIDA Cruises is planning to resume its cruise operations with the first ships from German ports at the beginning of September 2020. The prerequisite for this was the approval...
13 hours ago - Travel Magazine
MSC to begin cruises in Europe this month
The MSC Grandiosa and MSC Magnifica will welcome guests from Europe's Schengen zone beginning Aug. 16 and Aug. 29, respectively.
14 hours ago - Travel Weekly
News: Aida Cruises to return to European waters in September
The decision follows approval from Italy, flag state of its fleet, of new safety measures in place onboard. The first trips from Kiel will start on September 6th.
14 hours ago - Breaking Travel News - 3 articles
News: MSC Cruises to return to operation this week
MSC Cruises announced today that flagship MSC Grandiosa and MSC Magnifica will resume operations in the Mediterranean starting from August 16th and 29th respectively.
18 hours ago - Breaking Travel News - 3 articles
Covid ship cases present a learning opportunity for cruising
As doctors and scientists discuss the resumption of travel in a Covid-19 world, said Dr. Jewel Mullen, nobody is suggesting there won't be cases - it's how we deal with the...
1 day ago - Travel Weekly
Idyllic sailing in the Greek Sporades
An archipelago of outstanding beauty, the Sporades are scattered along the eastern coast of mainland Greece, with only four of the 24 isles permanently inhabited: Alonnisos...
2 days ago - A Luxury Travel
12,000 crew members still on cruise ships in US waters months after COVID-19 pandemic shut cruising down
Nearly five months after the coronavirus pandemic shut down the cruise industry, more than 12,000 crew members remained on ships in U.S. waters alone.
2 days ago - USA Today
What are Iceland's travel restrictions? How to get insurance with COVID-19 cover?
This week issues tackled include Iceland's travel rules and restrictions, which holiday firms will have future cover for COVID-19 and how to get a refund on a cancelled cruise.
2 days ago - Mail Online - 2 articles
Give Back with Captain Cook Cruises
Captain Cook Cruises, also known as Fiji's cruise line, reopened Tivua Island for day cruises. The small-ship cruise company also launched a new reef sustainability initiative...
3 days ago - Global Traveler
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Is this Japan's ‘real' food?
Most of the world will not have heard of the Ainu, let alone their food
7 Reasons to Say WelcomeBacktoTravel in New York's Finger Lakes Region
As more destinations around the globe reopen to travelers, we are ready to get back to one of our favorite activities. Join us over the next several weeks as we take you to...
Cooking up Travel Memories
COVID has restricted our travel plans, but we can still cherish our travel memories and relive them by cooking up these favorite dishes.
Flooding increases B.C. numbers of mosquitos
An Aedes vexans mosquito. Their name alone is enough to make many people feel a bit itchy. With their dreaded buzz and capacity to cover a hiker's leg in red spots, mosquitoes...
More people, more animal encounters mean more human-wildlife conflicts
Observers say coyotes have an increased presence in urban locations. From the iconic beaver to the well-loved polar bear, the animals of Canada play a key role in shaping the...
The Cody Brewery Scene in Wyoming - a Gateway to Yellowstone
There are several entrances to Yellowstone National Park we could choose from when we visited last year, but Cody, Wyoming has a lot of advantages if you're looking for a base...
The Perfect Face Coverings for Summer Road Trips
Arches National Park With the big changes that the pandemic has brought us, it can be tough to imagine a world where international travel is possible and where we no longer...
Is A Hotel Or Airbnb Safer In The Age Of COVID-19?
What travelers should know about the risks of hotels and home rentals amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Life with coronavirus: How businesses are turning to tech to cope with COVID-19
Companies are navigating the three stages of COVID, moving beyond sneeze guards and looking to integrate more technology solutions, writes Mike Feibus.
Remains recovered months after Hard Rock Hotel collapse in New Orleans
Ten months after the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel construction site, the remains of one of the deceased workers have been recovered.