The doors are closing quickly for Cubans who want to travel

HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuban Miguel Palenzuela, 52, and his wife, Anya, have been waiting for a month outside the Colombian embassy in Havana, hoping to get a visa to travel through the South American country. Palenzuela, who commutes almost daily from Guanabaqua outside the capital, says he’d rather make an appointment but the site is … Read more

Travel Restriction Update June 2022

The summer travel season has reached its peak now. As a result, many countries are easing Covid-19 travel restrictions as the world returns to normal this year. Below are the current entry protocols for many popular destinations. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, travels on a trip … [+] A horse-drawn carriage … Read more

From yachts to the United Nations

Many people travel occasionally for work. But for some, travel is at the heart of their jobs. CNBC Travel spoke with people from four industries about occupations in which working from home — or an office for that matter — isn’t an option. travel year Name: Sebastian ModakJob: The New York Times, formerly “The 52 … Read more

May 2022 Travel Restriction Update

May is usually the last chance for the spring travel season to secure lower travel costs and avoid the summer vacation crowds. While the omicron BA.2 variant remains a threat, many international destinations have relaxed restrictions to attract foreign visitors. ATHENS, GREECE – APRIL 28: Visitors take pictures at the Areos Pagos Hill, right next … Read more

US reviews Cuba policy, eases restrictions on remittances and travel

An antique car drives past the US Embassy in Havana, Cuba, October 30, 2020. Photo taken October 30, 2020. REUTERS/Alexander Menegini/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Register WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States on Monday announced a series of steps to review its policy toward Cuba, including easing some Trump-era … Read more

What it’s like to travel to the Dominican Republic right now

Although the world hasn’t really entered a post-pandemic era yet, it certainly looks as if there has been a shift in our collective consciousness over the past couple of months, as concerns about the impact of the Omicron variant seem to have subsided. Across the US, mask mandates have been dropped, and many foreign countries … Read more

Luxury chocolate, cinnamon, rum? Travel to Spice Island

St. George commercial and tourist piers. This beautiful city, the capital of Grenada, faces a … [+] A horseshoe-shaped port called Carenage, surrounded by the hillside slope of an ancient volcano crater. St. was built. George’s was founded by the French in 1650, and features a waterfront lined with elegant colonial buildings and colorful Caribbean-style … Read more