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UAE Tourism Recovers Fully Since Pre-Pandemic

The tourism sector in the United Arab Emirates has recovered to where it was before the pandemic. This makes the UAE the fastest country in the world to overcome the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Bin Rashed, prime minister of Dubai, has said that the economic growth of the country is faster and the tourism sector is bigger today than it … read more

Japan to Fully Reopen to Tourists

Whilst majority of the world has been bidding farewell to Covid-19 and all the restrictions, Japan has recently experienced a wave of it. Considering that Japan had a record number of Covid-19 cases in August, their borders are said to open fully to international tourists in early October. Approximately 81% of the population in Japan is ful… read more

Vietnam Welcomes over 1.44 Million International Tourists

Since the beginning of 2022, Vietnam has seen 1.44 million international tourists come through their borders. This huge number has been extremely positive for the country’s economy since the fall in tourism due to the pandemic. 88% of tourists visited Vietnam by air and 12% by road. Earlier this month Vietnam hosted the Asia & Oceania Ga… read more

Domestic Tourists Return to Kyiv

If there weren’t such obvious signs in Kyiv, such as frequent air raids, you wouldn’t know that Ukraine is at war. However, domestic tourists are flocking the street of Kyiv and are said to be acting calmly when there are air raids. Some tourists continue walking in the street unaffected whilst others move quickly to seek shelter or specific… read more

Fiji is the Top Destination in Oceania for 2022

Fiji has just won first place as Oceania’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination 2022. This was awarded at the World Travel Awards hosted in Vietnam. Fiji offers everything you need for a fun-filled adventure: quad-biking, snorkeling, zip lining, whitewater rafting, tubing, biking and so much more! Fiji had some stiff competition battling a… read more

No More Wearing Masks in Zambia

Minister of Health, Hon. Sylvia Masebo, has announced the lifting of wearing masks in Zambia. She said that people are still encouraged to wear masks in high risk places such as hospitals and airports, however it is not mandatory. Restrictions have also been eased on public gatherings and physical distancing.

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Qatar FIFA World Cup: No Mandatory Quarantine

Qatar has announced that there will be no need for mandatory quarantine for foreigners coming to visit for the FIFA World Cup in November 2022. They have chosen to take this route so that travel is made easier and quicker for tourists. It is said that Qatar is expecting approximately 1.5 million tourists for this sporting extravaganza. Even … read more

China in Another Lockdown

Due to a rapid increase in Covid-19 cases all over China, the country has gone into another lockdown. Some parts of the country are in full lockdown whilst other areas are partially locked down. In total, the lockdown is covering 65 million people and China has discouraged travel to the country for the next few weeks. This has made it tough … read more

Qatar to Open 3 New 5-Star Hotels

With the FIFA World Cup taking place in Qatar in November 2022, the country is opening three new five-star hotels. These include the Wyndham Grand Doha West Bay Beach (a 278 -room resort near Doha Corniche) the St. Regis Marsa Arabia Island on the Pearl-Qatar (a resort spanning a whole island, which will open on 1st October) and t… read more

Fiji Relaxes Entry Requirements For Travellers

Tourists flying into Fiji are no longer required to take a Covid-19 test upon arrival. Tourists were required to book a rapid test for when they arrive and if it was positive they would need to isolate for 7 days. However, the government has decided that this arrival testing is no longer necessary due to Fiji’s community-wide immunisation an… read more

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