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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.

Your safety and well being is our top priority.

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 welcomes first planeload of Canadians in months

Canadians are bringing vacations back to Cuba as the Caribbean island welcomed its first round of guests on Friday (Sept. 4th) care of Air Canada.  

The plane arrived from Montreal at Cayo Coco airport mid-day, representing a major milestone for Cuba, which closed its  airports in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Customers can book non-stop flights with Air Canada Vacations from Montreal to Cayo Coco operating on Fridays, and from Toronto to Cayo Coco on Saturdays starting on September 26th. 

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.

Latest List Of Destinations Open For Business

TORONTO — As the world begins to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more destinations are welcoming back visitors.

Airlines, hotels, resorts and ground handlers have invested heavily in health and safety protocols and are eager to welcome travellers back.

That said, the federal government’s advisory warning Canadians against non-essential travel to destinations outside of Canada is still in place. That’s an issue for getting travel insurance.

Also, under current federal regulations it is mandatory that all Canadians returning to Canada self-isolate under quarantine for 14 days.

Transat Resuming Flights To 22 Destinations On 23JUL

Transat expects to gradually resume flights and tour operations as of 23JUL, 2020, subject to the lifting of travel restrictions.

Summer 2020 Schedule

Transat's summer flight schedule, planned for 23JUL to 31OCT, includes 22 destinations in Europe, the South, the United States and Canada. 

The company will also offer South and Europe packages and will gradually reopen travel agencies in its network starting 15JUN, 2020. 



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