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COVID19-The staggering global scale of the coronavirus pandemic makes it especially devastating, but we in the travel industry have rebounded from past crises and we believe it will bounce back again.
People haven't changed in that they still want to go places, but they're going to necessarily be a lot more cautious about what they do.
So to keep our clients informed of the constantly changing travel advisories, Rainbow Travel Inc is constantly updating the latest news and facts day by day and passing them on to you, our valued clients.
Over the years, Cancun and the surrounding areas have become some of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico to visit. These areas are especially appealing to those living in places with cooler, and not so sunny, weather.
As the fall and winter months approach, travelers are becoming more and more willing to take a vacation and are wondering if Cancun is a safe place to go.
The fact that the destination has been successfully open since June without having to shut down should tell you something.
Tourists have been filtering in and out of their favorite resorts, soaking up the sun on those lovely white-sand beaches and indulging in all the delicious cuisine throughout the summer months.
Hotels and Destinations Are Offering Free Insurance, How Will it Impact Travel?
To boost traveler confidence, a growing number of hotels and destinations have begun offering free medical insurance to guests.
Most recently, Sandals announced all guests staying at one of their properties in the Caribbean will receive free medical coverage, including COVID-19 related expenses, for bookings now through Dec. 31, 2020.
If You Want to Visit Hawaii and Skip Quarantine, There Are New Rules You Need to Know
The testing program, which goes into effect on Oct. 15 for travelers age 5 and older, will allow travelers to bypass Hawaii's mandated 14-day quarantine with proof of a negative COVID-19 test. The test must be from a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certified laboratory and taken within 72 hours of the visitor's last leg of their trip.
Critics of the plan say that the testing program will not do enough to protect locals from possible cases of COVID-19. By not making the tests mandatory for all — some travelers may still opt for the two-week quarantine — travelers could unintentionally contract the virus.
At this stage, the free PCR test is maintained for clients upon arrival at the airport, equally, clients must travel with COVID-19 insurance, and if this is not possible, then they have to buy Cuban medical insurance coverage at the airport upon arrival at the cost of 30 USD.
“The situation is very fluid”, said Mr. Gomez, “I’m looking forward to the time when this safe zone is expanded to include more hotels and more services, but right now we are happy to open Varadero, one of the Canadian favourite destination”.
Cancun’s Sun Palace reopens following major renovation
MIAMI — Palace Resorts’ Sun Palace has completed its multimillion-dollar renovation, featuring redesigned guest suites and new luxury dining options on the shores of Cancun.
Located 35 minutes from Cancun International Airport, the newly transformed, adults-only resort has officially reopened after undergoing extensive improvements to its interiors and exteriors. According to Claudia Ferreiro of the design team, the new design aimed to bring the outside world in through ample lighting and natural materials.
Sunwing-Owned DMC NexusTours Introduces New Digital Services
Sunwing-owned DMC NexusTours has introduced new digital services that include 24/7 access to a virtual concierge and a fully contactless experience for customers in destination.
“We are committed to providing our customers with the very best possible experience, and that is what our new service promise is all about. Our travel partners, suppliers and travelers can rest assured that they are in good hands with our new customer-centric value proposition,” said Ruben Gutierrez, President Sunwing Destination Services/NexusTours.
Cuba to test visitors for coronavirus, limiting tourism to the keys.
HAVANA - Cuba will test all visitors for coronavirus when it reopens to international tourism, which will be limited at first to the beach resorts at the keys of the Caribbean’s largest island, Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz said.
Unveiling cautious plans for lifting Cuba’s partial lockdown, Marrero Cruz said specialists would conduct epidemiological monitoring at hotels, where occupation would be limited. Excursions would be restricted to the keys.
Visitors would not be able to visit Havana, the center of Cuba’s outbreak, at first.
In his presentation to the council of ministers, reported by state-run media, Marrero Cruz did not give a time frame for the reopening to tourism, one of the cash-strapped country’s top sources of hard currency.