Travel

Hotel quarantine regime needs a ‘sunset clause’ otherwise foreign travel could be destroyed for years

Hotel quarantine needs a “sunset clause” otherwise foreign travel could be destroyed for years, hotels and MPs have warned the Government.

They want ministers to spell out a clear exit strategy for the quarantine which will see an estimated 1,425 passengers a day from 33 “red list” countries required to self-isolate in Government-approved hotels at their own cost for ten days from February 15.

They fear the regime will decimate travel if it continues through the summer by deterring Britons from going abroad for fear their destination could be added to the “red list” of nations with new Covid variants,

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Costa Rica’s Tierra Magnifica Offers On-Site COVID Test, Travel Insurance

In response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s requirement of a negative COVID-19 test for passengers entering the U.S., Tierra Magnifica in Nosara, Costa Rica is offering a vacation package that covers the cost of COVID-19 testing and mandatory travel insurance.

To provide a vacation aligned with the “Pura Vida” mantra of Costa Rica, the “Peace of Mind” package offers room credits to cover on-site COVID-19 testing and Costa Rica’s mandatory travel insurance, based on stays 10 days or longer in Vista-category rooms. Guests booking the package receive a credit of $495, which

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Fairfirst offers travel insurance with Covid-19 cover

Fairfirst Insurance offers a redefined travel insurance in the new normal by covering expenses arising from Covid-19.

Fairfirst Travel Insurance ensures that not only do customers get to experience their adventures again, but they get to travel with a plan exclusively designed to cover expenses against risks arising from Covid-19.

Fairfirst Travel Insurance offers the below benefits which can be purchased from the safety and comfort of the customers’ homes via the company’s website www.fairfirst.lk/travel-safe/.

Commenting on this enhancement, Priyantha Perera Chief Technical Officer, Fairfirst states, “As the world has evolved to live in the new normal, we as

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Airlines and travel agencies expect travel to pick back up in 2021

SALT LAKE CITY — After record losses in the travel industry, some are seeing record deals and promotions offered as customers begin booking flights.

The trips cancelled of 2020 are now becoming the trips booked of 2021.

In his forty years in the travel business, Larry Gelwix, CEO of Columbus Travel, said he’s never seen travel deals like he’s seeing now.

“We are seeing really good things at Columbus Travel as far as future bookings, really picking up in the second quarter, particularly in May,” said Gelwix.

The most popular bookings have been domestic flights.

“Hawaii, Florida beaches, Puerto

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