Tips For Future Canadian Travelers


  1. A Level 3 Global Affairs travel advisory remains in effect. Before planning any form of travel, Canadians should take steps to protect themselves and others.

  2. Canadians and permanent residents will be able to upload a copy of their vaccine certificates to the ArriveCAN app, allowing them to bypass mandatory hotel quarantine when they return to Canada.

  3. Travelling standards will vary by destination, and not all services or businesses may be open, or offer full services. Book your accommodations and activities before you go and check out their protocols in advance.

  4. Pack face masks, cleaning supplies, travel sized snacks, water, and hand sanitizer – not only for the trip, but to have on hand at your destination.

  5. Monitor local media and government websites to stay informed of conditions and potential changes to entry requirements at your destination.

  6. Update your passport so it is ready when you are. And be prepared to pack additional documentation required for your destination, such as proof of vaccination, negative COVID test documentation, and proof of travel insurance.

  7. Insurance policies vary by provider. Review your policy and understand what you’re covered for before you travel.

  8. Don’t travel if anyone in your party or household is sick.

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