Calling all Canadians to take the 2021 travel pledge to travel in Canada. It has been a difficult year +, to say the least, and we cannot wait to get out there and see one another again.
With over 20 years in travel, the first half was spent mostly travelling internationally. And then, the exploration became closer to home.
When looking back, some of my favorite memories & experiences happened right here within Canada. Kayaking with the Beluga Whales in Churchill, experiencing the Floe Edge in Nunavut, and even drinking a Sour Toe Cocktail in Dawson City. Exploring Peggy’s Cove to Whistler and everything in between.
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There has been lots in the news about travel starting up again from the US and Canada, and countries re-opening for international tourism. We featured a couple of these countries in recent newsletters, namely Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
We wanted to update you on a few things regarding booking travel at this time. It’s important to note that, even though a country has decided to accept international tourists again, the availability of accommodations and tours will be limited. And may be for quite a while.
Using Iceland as an example, a good number of the moderate hotels in Reykjavik have been designated as Red Cross quarantine hotels, so are not available for tourism stays. Read More >
Iceland COVID-19 Regulations – info accurate as of May 7th, 2021.
- Rules and regulations are reviewed every two weeks and are expecting to be updated on June 1st, 2021.
Who can visit Iceland?
Passengers fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or recovered from a previous COVID-19 infection.
Can you visit Iceland? Yes. From April 6, 2021, all travelers – regardless of origin – are welcome to visit Iceland if they can show either:
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