Latest Trends and News Related to Travel and Volunteering Abroad

19Jan 2021

The Paradise Island of Sri Lanka Is All Set to Welcome You Back

As Sri Lanka opens its doors to the world once again; Sri Lanka Tourism has pulled out all the stops, ensuring that every precautionary measure has been set in place to make the island getaway as safe, secure, and serene as possible for the visitors. In this regard, Sri Lanka Tourism has published a ‘Safety […]

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16Nov 2020

Latest News: South Africa Is All Set To Welcome International Travelers

South African Government recently declared that international travelers will be welcomed in the country, with the aim to boost tourism. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on 11 November 2020 that “we are also opening up international travel to all countries subject to the necessary health protocols and the presentation of a negative Covid-19 certificate”. New Set […]

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13Jul 2020

Kenya Is Reopening Its Borders To Travelers From August 1

Planes grounded. Beaches deserted. National parks shuttered. Markets emptied. The pandemic has hit the tourism industry in the worst ways possible and the last four months of lockdown has exacted quite the toll on Kenya’s usually-thriving tourism industry.  But now, in a bid to lure back travelers and kickstart its flagging economy, the country’s president […]

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29Jun 2020

Costa Rica Will Open Its Borders To Travelers From August 1

As countries around the world begin to lift restrictions implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are glimmers of hope indicating that people are ready to begin traveling. And if you have been dreaming of a beach vacay and care to indulge in some meaningful wildlife conservation volunteer work – then we have some […]

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15Jun 2020

Bali Will Be Reopening Sometime Soon, Possibly In October

Some hopeful news coming from one of the most-visited beach destinations in Asia!  The Indonesian island, which closed its borders and suspended its visas-on-arrival policy in March, has reported some success in managing the coronavirus outbreak. With a population of 4.2 million, the archipelago reported around 343 cases and 4 deaths, a fatality rate of […]

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