8 Places to Travel in 2021

From the latest travel guidelines to the current health and safety protocols, as your travel advisor I have the knowledge you need to travel confidently and responsibly.

Using an expert like me to help you plan your travel has never been more important.

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There are so many little nuances and specific details to keep straight for each destination these days (and things can change at any time), but protocols generally include pre-travel steps like:

  • COVID-19 testing (ranging from 3-10 days prior to departure)

  • Completing an online health questionnaire/approval process

  • Mandatory travel insurance that includes medical coverage for COVID-19 while in destination.

Most countries are doing health screenings at the airport upon arrival that may include temperature checks, and travelers are required to wear face coverings on their flights, in the airports, and during transportation.

At the resorts, staff are required to wear face coverings at all times, and they are asking guests to wear face coverings in designated indoor spaces like: the lobby, retail stores, elevators, and waiting areas of common facilities (e.g. spa, beauty salon, restaurants/bars, etc.). Guests are not typically required to wear face coverings at the beach, the pool, or in restaurants when actively eating and/or drinking.

If you're starting to think about planning your next trip, you might be wondering “Where can I travel right now?” So, to help you with this, I’ve put together a list of the top eight places to travel in 2021.

COVID-19 test is not required

  • Mexico

  • Dominican Republic

  • Costa Rica

COVID-19 PCR test within 7 days prior to arrival

  • Antigua

COVID-19 PCR test within 5 days prior to arrival

  • St. Lucia (changed from 7 days to 5 days effective 2/10/21)

  • Turks & Caicos

COVID-19 PCR test within 3 days prior to arrival

  • Jamaica (changed from 10 days to 3 days effective 3/4/21)

COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival or within 72 hours prior to arrival

  • Aruba

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that all international air passengers entering the United States (including returning residents) will be required to take a COVID-19 testing within 3 days prior to their flight to the USA effective 1/26/21.

Click here to see the CDC's announcement.

Click here to see the CDC's FAQ.

REMINDER protocols are subject to change at any time (info above was last updated 3/2/21)

All eight of the destinations on this list will give you a fabulous tropical escape filled with sunshine, relaxation, romantic backdrops, fun adventures, and natural wonders.

If you’d like help narrowing down which one is the right fit for you, let’s connect and start chatting about what would make your perfect getaway!

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My Post-COVID Travel to Mexico Experience

5 Things to Know About COVID Travel

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