TRAVEL ESSENTIALS | AlUla Heritage Sites Reopen To Public End Of October

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) has confirmed that the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hegra, the ancient kingdom of Dadan and the canyons of Jabal Ikmah will be the first sites to re-open to the public, having been largely closed off to visitors in the past period. The RCU announced that residents of AlUla will … Continue reading TRAVEL ESSENTIALS | AlUla Heritage Sites Reopen To Public End Of October

TRAVEL | Guinness Registers Al-Asha As World Largest Oasis

Al-Ahsa Oasis entered the Guinness World Records as the largest self-contained oasis in the world. According to ‘Guinness’ website, the oasis includes more than 2.5 million palm trees feeding on a huge aquifer through 280 artesian spring and extending over an area of more than 85,4 square kilometers. The Heritage Commission undertook the task of … Continue reading TRAVEL | Guinness Registers Al-Asha As World Largest Oasis

TRAVEL | Bahamas To Lift Quarantine Restrictions For Visitors On Nov.1

Bahamas authorities will soon lift a 14-day quarantine restriction for visitors if they can continuously prove that they are negative for the coronavirus amid the global pandemic. Starting Nov.1, tourists and returning residents will no longer need to isolate for two weeks upon arrival if they can present proof of a negative PCR test within … Continue reading TRAVEL | Bahamas To Lift Quarantine Restrictions For Visitors On Nov.1

TRAVEL | Saudi Arabia Gradually Lifts Travel Restrictions

Saudi Arabia is gradually lifting the travel ban, by allowing a specific group of people to enter and exit the Kingdom before January 1, the expected date of the complete reopening of the land, maritime and air borders. The exact date for lifting the suspension of travel and allowing the land, sea and air transport … Continue reading TRAVEL | Saudi Arabia Gradually Lifts Travel Restrictions

TRAVEL | Saudi Arabia to Lift Some International Flight Restrictions on September 15

Saudi Arabia will partially lift its suspension of international flight as of Sept.15 to allow ‘exceptional categories’ of citizens and residents to travel, the state news agency SPA said on Sunday. The kingdom will scrap all travel restrictions on air, land and sea transport for citizens on Jan.1, 2021, it said. In March, the kingdom … Continue reading TRAVEL | Saudi Arabia to Lift Some International Flight Restrictions on September 15

TRAVEL | Taj Mahal To Reopen Even As Virus Rages In India

India’s top tourist attraction the Taj Mahal is set to reopen more than six month after it was shut, official said Tuesday, even as the vast nation battles soaring coronavirus infections. India, home to 1.3 billion people, on Monday overtook Brazil to become the world’s second most-infected nation with more than 4.2. million cases, behind … Continue reading TRAVEL | Taj Mahal To Reopen Even As Virus Rages In India

TRAVEL ESSENTIAL | 9 Countries You Can Travel To Right Now

Recent trends in international travel aren’t encouraging. Many places are either doubling down on lengthy quarantine requirements or reimposing restrictions as COVID-19 cases spike. Border closures and quarantine rules changed frequently. Air traffic appears to have peaked in August, and it’s unclear what’s ahead for the aviation industry. On all fronts there is a great … Continue reading TRAVEL ESSENTIAL | 9 Countries You Can Travel To Right Now

TRAVEL | Spain’s Canary Islands Are Offering To Pay For Any Expenses Incurred By Travelers Who Get The Coronavirus During A Visit There

Here’s one thing travelers visiting the Canary Islands can cross off their list of potential coronavirus worries: The cost of medical care and mandatory quarantines on the islands. The local government in the Canary Islands is partnering with French insurer Axa to provide Spanish and foreign tourists with free insurance coverage for any coronavirus – … Continue reading TRAVEL | Spain’s Canary Islands Are Offering To Pay For Any Expenses Incurred By Travelers Who Get The Coronavirus During A Visit There

TRAVEL | Windsor Castle Reopens Terrace Garden To Public After 40 Years

Windsor Castle, one of the official residence of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, is to open its East Terrace Garden to the public for the first time in more than 40 years. Visitors to the castle, where the queen spent the last few months during Britain’s lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic before travelling to Scotland, will … Continue reading TRAVEL | Windsor Castle Reopens Terrace Garden To Public After 40 Years

TRAVEL | Bermuda Opens Its Doors To Digital Nomads

Starting August 1st, you can apply for a ‘One Year Residential Certificate’ at a cost of 263. There are a handful of requirements, of course, but none are particularly serious: Over the age of 18;Demonstrate good character and not have conviction for an indictable offence;Possess valid health insurance;Demonstrate employment with a legitimate firm or their … Continue reading TRAVEL | Bermuda Opens Its Doors To Digital Nomads