Germany Drops All COVID-Related Entry Requirements

By Matt TurnerJun 7, 2022 08:52am

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Just in time for summer travel season, Germany has dropped its “3G” rule—which stated that tourists had to either show proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or provide a negative test when entering Germany—for travelers coming from the European Union, Schengen Area or other countries where the epidemiological situation is deemed acceptable by the E.U.

This means that, from the United States, visitors can now enter Germany without carrying any kind of proof of their COVID status. The modification is set to stay in place until at least August 31 and comes at a time during which many tourists make their summer travel plans, according to the German National Tourist Board.

Good to know: Germany had also dropped its mask mandates earlier this year; the only federal rule still remaining in place requires people to wear masks on public transportation.

Entry from any other country beyond those that fit the above criteria for any purpose (including visits and tourism) is only possible for fully vaccinated people. For people not yet vaccinated entry from other countries is only possible in exceptional cases and is conditional on there being an urgent need. Travelers that may have stayed in an area of concern within 10 days prior to their entry to Germany must observe special regulations, which includes registering before entry, providing a negative PCR-test result and quarantining for 14 days.

A total travel ban is in place for countries with widespread occurrence of SARS-CoV-2 virus variants of concern.

For the latest information, visit www.auswaertiges-amt.de.

This article originally appeared on www.travelagentcentral.com.

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6 of the best location-scouting apps and websites for all photographers

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Jamie Carter

Need some inspiration? Or have you got a great photo location you want to share with other photographers? These apps and websites will do just the job

Discover the best apps below to help you find the perfect locations for your photography. Photo by by Jaromir Chalabala

Finding amazing places to explore with your camera can be challenging particularly if you’re after something unusual. Thankfully there are plenty of apps that will help, from those offering simple inspiration and directions to others that will help you plan when to be there and at what time to get a specific kind of shot.

Here are some of the best location-scouting apps to help you find a great place to take your camera…

1 Atlas Obscura


Although it’s not specifically aimed at photographers, Atlas Obscura is hugely useful if you’re after something unusual.

“If you’re looking for something unusual, unexpected and, for the most part, largely ignored by my Instagrammers, Atlas Obscura is a must-have to check…”

Based on a website that’s been around for over a decade, its database of almost 25,000 unique places in the world depends on user-generated content and mostly comprises unusual and obscure travel destinations. We’re talking deserted buildings, weird architecture and things that appear to be out of place.

Some of them aren’t particularly photogenic – they’re only here because they have an interesting backstory – but a great deal of them are must-see, must-photograph places. If you’re looking for something unusual, unexpected and, for the most part, largely ignored by my Instagrammers, Atlas Obscura is a must-have to check before you go … anywhere. 

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Perhaps because it’s been around for a long time, the database behind the Atlas Obscura website helps the app seem both professional and polished. For example, for each location you not only get directions For Google Maps, but you also get a link to the official website, where appropriate. you can also add any location to a list, make edits to existing entries and even add your own photos. However, you can use the Atlas Obscura app without signing-up or logging in. 

2 PhotoPills


If you want to shoot a sunset, sunrise, or a rising or setting full moon then you simply must download the PhotoPIlls app. When you’re in position you can use its augmented reality mode to display on your smartphone exactly where on horizon the Sun and the Moon will be at a specific time. It means you can can get in an exact position at an exact time to photograph, say, the Moon rising between two buildings.

It works really well when you’re in position, but its ‘planner’ page – a map with the exact direction of the Sun and Moon, as well as the times of golden hours, blue hour and even the length of shadows – is excellent for helping you scout out a good location in advance.

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As well as being great for getting your angles right for the Sun and the Moon, PhotoPills is also an excellent source of information about meteor showers. Although displays of so-called ‘shooting stars’ tend to be hyped up by the media, the brightness of the Moon can render some of them completely invisible. PhotoPills includes dates for all active meteor showers, but crucially also includes the phase and illumination percentage of the Moon. 

3 MapAPic

MapAPic doesn’t offer you any inspiration or information on new photo locations. Instead it enables you to get as much out of places you’re currently in, you’ve recently been to or that you intend to visit soon. For example, if you’re in location or you’ve recently been somewhere and you’ve taken a photo that includes GPS data – likely from your smartphone or connected camera – then this app will create a new location, and then give you the option to add a photo.

However, the magic comes from its ‘sun insights’ page, which for very specific places will give you the exact times for astronomical night, dawn, the morning and evening golden hours, and the evening blue hour. You can also make notes about the location, back-up your favourite locations to Dropbox and share and print PDFs. 

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MapAPic is a unique resource for photographers who intend to return to specific destinations. It gives you the exact times on any given date that you need to be in position to get a specific shot. However, given that this app is taking-in incredibly detailed information from all kinds of photographers it’s a shame you can’t browse others’ stored locations. 

4 TripBucket Mobile

Recently re-named (it used to be called Roadside Attractions Guide), this app has the tag-line “dream it, plan it, do it, share it”, which neatly summarises what it’s all about. The main way to interrogate its contents is by allowing it to see your location, which it uses to show you large thumbnail photos of attractions and things to do nearby.

However, you can also zoom-in on a map, browse via category or see upcoming events. Scan down the list and it takes you farther from your location. Click on the thumbnail and you’ll see a brief description, a useful gallery of photos, driving directions using the usual smartphone navigation apps, and even the current weather. You can also add your own photos and share each location with others. Annoyingly you have to create an account to get access, but once you’re in it’s really easy to use. 

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A polished yet relatively simple app, TripBucket Mobile is essentially for travellers looking for inspiration and ideas when planning trips, so it should appeal mostly to travel photographers. It also has a fabulous section of about 100 virtual tours where you can choose a destination or theme – including Tokyo, Angkor Wat in Cambodia and the U.S. National Parks – and then see 360º photos of those top attractions. It’s useful for planning potential shots. 

5 rGPS (Really Good Photo Spots)

What the aptly-named Really Good Photo Spots lacks in content it makes up for with in-depth detail. It’s a fairly simple database of interesting places, which you can interrogate by asking the app to look for spots around you using your phone’s location, or buy a manual search. You can also add your own spots and create trips, though the latter is a premium feature only.

What makes rGPS different to some of the more travel-centric apps is that not only is it focused purely on photography, but for each location, it also gives you the exact GPS coordinates. However, the app does have a fairly rudimentary feel about it, and each page features ads, albeit rather small.

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You don’t get a friendly welcome on rGPS. First it asks for your email and a password to sign-up – with no Facebok or Apple/Google auto-signup possible – then immediately asks  for £8.99 for a one-year, auto-renewing subscription. That gets you no ads and the ability to both create and save trips, as well as save locations for offline access. That could be useful if you’re away from mobile phone networks and WiFi.

Photomapper


Here’s an app that has a lot of potential, but so far lacks content. A crowdsourcing app that relies on photographers submitting their own photos and details of where they were taken, Photomapper presents a map of the world that you can zoom in on. As you do you see photos for various locations with a small blue number indicating how many shooting locations are included for that city, region or country. You then just click on the thumbnails to reveal small versions of all the photos submitted, with each one including information on the best time to go and details about entrance fees, if relevant.

You’ll need an account with Photomapper to start adding your own photos and tips, but you don’t need to sign-up or login to passively use Photomapper.

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For each photo it’s possible to get the exact location of where the photo was taken. It opens using either Google Maps or, on an iPhone, Apple Maps, so you can navigate straight to it. You can also use either Mapbox or OpenStreetMap for the world map.

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Jamie Carter

Jamie Carter is a journalist and author focusing on stargazing and astronomy, astrophotography, and travel for Forbes Science, BBC Sky At Night magazine, Sky & Telescope, Travel+Leisure, and The Telegraph.

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THE TOP CARIBBEAN DESTINATIONS FOR A COMPANY RETREAT

Born FreeBusiness TravelThe Top Caribbean Destinations For a Company Retreat

Going on company retreats has many benefits that can help the overall productivity of your business. Having fun as a team can build a family-like atmosphere and can help workers feel more comfortable with one another. This leads to better overall communication. Kelsey Meyer, writing for Entrepreneur Magazine, suggested that company retreats can even help managers discover hidden talents in their employees. By using out-of-the-box team building activities, managers can get a better look at potential or hidden leadership skills.

If your company is ready to take a trip to the Caribbean to build a better team, Fare Buzz suggests that you consider these affordable destinations:

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a great choice for company retreats because you won’t have to worry about making sure everyone has their passport. As long as everyone on the trip has a valid photo I.D., you shouldn’t have any problems getting to this fantastic Caribbean island.
In San Juan, there are many excellent traditional resorts, but if you’re looking for something unique, consider taking your team to Old San Juan where you can explore beautiful streets lined with 16th century architecture. Use company bonding time for exploring shops and historic districts and enjoy your dinners near breezy, tranquil coastline. You may create a scavenger hunt where teams of coworkers find different stores to take selfies, or purchase and bring back cultural merchandise to feature at a post-game dinner.

U.S. Virgin Islands
Another destination that doesn’t require a passport is the U.S. Virgin Islands. They offer more traditional resort opportunities, and you can use the meeting rooms at the resort to hold conferences and work on team building activities. Afterwards (or maybe in the morning before the meeting), your team can spend some time soaking up the rays on a white sand beach.

When you’re all ready to do some exploring, you can check out some of the great places the island has to offer, such as Blackbeard’s Castle, a tower built in the 1670s.

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Ready to sip on a coconut and relax in style? Then consider taking your team to beautiful Montego Bay. Here you can enjoy some Jamaica’s best cuisine such as jerk chicken, saltfish and curried mutton. You can even rent a boat for a day trip into the bay for a fishing adventure. The office will be the last thing on everyone’s minds by the time you get back to the hotel at the end of the day.

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Want a unique way to bond with your team members as well as sea creatures? How about taking a dip in the ocean among the dolphins? In the Bahamas, visitors can swim with bottlenose dolphins and take a dive among the colorful sea life below the blue waves. When you’re not taking a dip in the sea, the Bahamas has a lot more to offer, including boat tours, art galleries, and historic buildings. These options lend to positive business retreat experience. Let Fare Buzz help you find the perfect resort in Nassau or the other locations in the Bahamas to host your stay!

When everyone gets back to the office, the feeling of camaraderie and friendship will be higher than ever. Not only will your team be fully relaxed and rested, they’ll be ready to get back to work and be more productive than ever.
Now the only remaining question is: How will Fare Buzz help me find the perfect destination for my business retreat?

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YOUR GUIDE TO LUXURY RESORTS IN CABO SAN LUCAS

Born FreeHotel UpdatesYour Guide to Luxury Resorts in Cabo San Lucas

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Cabo San Lucas is a resort town situated at the tip of the Baja California peninsula in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. A favorite with sun-seeking vacationers and celebrities including Jennifer Aniston, Will Smith, and George Clooney, Cabo San Lucas and its neighboring town of San Jose del Cabo make up the resort area, popularly known as Cabo.

As with most ocean-facing vacation hotspots, Cabo San Lucas offers a plethora of attractions. Numerous bars and restaurants line its beachfront and a multitude of water-based recreational activities set forth from its main Medano Beach. The resort city also has a large marina with yachting facilities and hosts famous landmarks such as the unusual natural formations at Land’s End; an outcrop located close to a small island that is home to two aptly-named beaches, the tranquil Playa del Amor or Lovers Beach and the tumultuous Divorce Beach.

As for accommodation, in Cabo, it’s all about grand, luxurious resorts, many of which offer all-inclusive deals ensuring that guests have no reason to leave their premises.

The Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf and Spa Resort

The Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf and Spa Resort is an adults-only, all-inclusive luxury boutique property located within a fashionable residential area of Quivira Los Cabos, a mere twenty minutes drive from the Cabo San Lucas Airport. The property is one of three properties that belong to the group that owns two other resorts in Cabo, namely the villa-only Monte Cristo and the all-inclusive Sunset Resort.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf and Spa Resort is an exclusive hideaway consisting of a 201-room boutique resort that offers easy access to both downtown Cabo San Lucas as well as a private hotel beach on the Pacific Ocean.

Guests at this lux enclave also enjoy exclusive access to the Quivira Golf Club and its signature Jack Nicklaus Golf Course.

The resort has a wellness retreat onsite in the form of the expansive Armonia Spa that offers a whole host of relaxing and detoxifying treatments, which are expertly administered using only the finest organic ingredients.

Other amenities at this design-forward resort include five restaurants, including a Japanese restaurant that offers fresh sushi and five bars, one of which is a beach bar with a fire pit.

The well-appointed air-conditioned rooms at the resort feature the essential amenity – free Wi-Fi – along with a balcony and a kitchenette. During the whaling season from December to April, you can book a whale-watching trip through the resort, which arranges these tours for their guests.

Marina Fiesta Resort & Spa

The Marina Fiesta Resort and Spa enjoys an enviable location in the heart of the resort city within proximity to Medano Beach. All the luxurious suites at this resort property offer marina or pool views and feature private balconies, kitchenettes and sit-out areas along with free Wi-Fi. The resort has a large outdoor pool with a swim-up bar, a full-service spa, and a fitness center as well as a business center.

The Marina Fiesta resort offers an all-inclusive dine-out concept at a selection of fine dining and casual eateries that are located in the Marina Golden Zone and at its sister property, the Hacienda Encantada resort.

The resort’s central location grants easy access to other Cabo attractions such as Puerto Paraiso Mall and the upscale shopping hub, Luxury Avenue.

Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos

This all-inclusive resort occupies a cliff top between downtown Cabo San Lucas and the Pacific Ocean. The Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos is a family-friendly all-inclusive resort, and the staff organizes an array of activities daily to keep young guests entertained.

If spa treatments are your priority while on vacation, you will not be disappointed with the natural treatments at the luxurious Spa del Mar. The beautiful spa offers a warm and inviting ambiance as it occupies a space carved into one of Cabo’s hills.

For discerning guests, the resort offers spacious, private, and luxurious accommodations with amenities like Jacuzzis and VIP pool access. The resort offers buffet as well as specialty restaurants and bars on site along with a well-equipped fitness center.

Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos

This large, all-inclusive lavish resort offers 527 well-kitted-out rooms and suites in the exclusive gated development of Cabo del Sol. The hotel has a private beach and is within proximity to the Cabo del Sol golf course to which its guests have access.

This extravagant resort also offers a full-service spa, nine diverse eateries, and six outdoor pools and Jacuzzis. All rooms at the resort feature private balconies, deep soaking tubs, free Wi-Fi and LCD TVs with a multitude of TV channels.

Other Cabo attractions such as the Arch at Lands End and downtown Cabo San Lucas are accessible via a short drive if you feel the need to leave the resort at all.

Get your trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico started

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Stats: 70 Percent of Americans Plan to Travel in Next 12 Months

By Matt Turner Mar 30, 2022 10:31am

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Seven in 10 Americans are planning to take a leisure trip in the next 12 months, according to a recent survey by NerdWallet conducted online by The Harris Poll. More than 2,000 U.S. adults were asked how the COVID-19 pandemic has and continues to effect travel plans; beyond the 70 percent planning to travel, nearly half of respondents (47 percent) said they were planning on taking two or more leisure trips in that span.

When it comes to those hitting the road more than once this year, Generation Z (ages 18 to 25) and Millennials are more likely to do so than members of earlier generations (60 percent of Gen Zers and 58 percent of millennials, versus 41 percent of Gen Xers and 40 percent of Baby Boomers).

Nearly one-quarter of Americans who have a travel rewards credit card (23 percent) are saving points or miles to pay for a luxurious or special occasion trip; 17 percent are saving them to pay for an international trip; and 16 percent are saving them because they want to visit a destination not currently accepting tourists due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

About two-thirds of Americans who don’t plan on traveling for leisure in the next 12 months say their reasons are COVID-related: 37 percent say it’s because they don’t feel safe traveling due to current or future COVID variants; 19 percent say it’s because they are concerned about COVID-19 case rates at their planned destinations, and 12 percent say it’s because the COVID-related restrictions at their desired destinations are a hassle. Among those not planning on traveling for leisure in the next 12 months, Baby boomers (ages 58 to 76) are more likely to avoid travel for COVID-related reasons than are members of later generations. A little over three in five Boomers (61 percent) cite COVID as a reason for not planning travel, versus 45 percent of Millennials (ages 26 to 41) and 43 percent of Generation Xers (ages 42 to 57).

Source: NerdWallet

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New Places to Experience Unlimited-Luxury® in Mexico This Winter

Travel insights from Apple Vacations

This time of year, escape the winter blues and adventure to AMR™ Collection’s newest resorts in Mexico. This winter alone, AMR™ Collection is offering three all-new ways for adults to experience Unlimited-Luxury®, and add some anticipation to their 2022 planner

Breathless Cancun Soul Resort & Spa

Since opening its doors on December 7, the all-new Breathless Cancun Soul Resort & Spa has caught the eye of chic travelers searching for their next beach retreat. Singles, couples, and friends alike will want to experience the Hotel Zone’s hottest arrival. From its two towers, each of the 429 junior suites and suites gazes out at Nichupte Lagoon or the Caribbean Sea, with nearly half giving oceanfront views.

Dial down the energy and unplug at another highlight: the two-story relax Spa by Pevonia®. Hydrotherapy, a sauna, steam room, juice bar, and treatments like the Tropical Escape Body Wrap set the tone to full bliss. Ramp it back up to renewed “Energy” at the activity pool, or wait for sunset for the fire pit plaza to come roaring to life. Beach parties, acrobatic shows, and live music keep the vibe vibrant all night.

For the best panoramas, though, head to the top of xcelerate Tower. Your clients will go for the backdrops—the resort’s most breathtaking—but stay for the scene. Daytime parties, DJ-spun tunes, and a rooftop infinity pool make it the place to be.

Secrets Moxche Playa del Carmen—Two Resorts in One!

Located on a white-sand beach ten minutes from the famous Quinta Avenida, Secrets Moxché Playa del Carmen and resort-within-a-resort Secrets Impression Moxché will welcome their first guests just in time for Valentine’s Day, on February 11. Suites designed to create an atmosphere of earthy sophistication add refinement to romance, while unexpected touches like a rolling in-room bar hint at Secrets’ fun side.

Eleven restaurants in total, including three at Impression, means plenty of variety for all guests, encompassing the flavors of Southeast Asia, France, Mexico, and more. Nightly entertainment at Moxché Theatre continues the global experience, as does the spa. Couples can make an afternoon of wellness; shared treatments take them on a “journey.”

Over at the boutique Secrets Impression Moxché, a rooftop pool, along with lounge and restaurant, brings the exclusivity as it serves up 360° of ocean panoramas. Open only to guests staying in an Impression suite or villa, access is just one of the upscale perks. Private concierge service—plus butler service for higher room categories you’ll earn 2% more on when booking through Apply Vacations—taco and tequila tastings, and upgraded amenities prove the luxury really is limitless.

Of course, that’s all in addition to the standard inclusions of the Unlimited-Luxury® that keeps sun-seekers coming back AMR™ Collection. The gourmet, reservation-free dining. The pool and beach wait service for top-shelf drinks. The endless entertainment. Nearly everything you’ll find on-property is included, leaving your clients free to spend their getaway doing what they like—without ever worrying about costs.

Booking with Apple Vacations gives your customers even more peace of mind. Secure an Exclusive Nonstop Vacation Flight for an extra 2% bonus commission that enhances your client’s experience. Roundtrip airport transfers with Amstar DMC are always included, taking care of getting there in comfort, while Travel Protection Plus lets clients get back the full value of their vacation (minus the plan cost) if they cancel—for any reason. Extensive medical and quarantine coverage provides extra reassurance.

So what will this winter be like for your customers? Will they bundle up against the cold, dreaming of getting away? Or will they live their best vacation life under the Mexican sun? Learn more with Apple Vacations today.

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Dominican Republic, Jamaica and More Caribbean Destinations Update COVID-19 Rules

DESTINATION & TOURISM  RICH THOMASELLI  FEBRUARY 26, 2022

Beautiful Caribbean beach on Saona Island, Dominican Republic. (photo via czekma13 / iStock / Getty Images Plus)

The Dominican Republic has become the latest nation to drop its COVID-19 restrictions, as the popular tourist destination joins many of its Caribbean Island countries is welcoming travelers back to bolster tourism.

Despite not meeting a previously announced target of having 70 percent of the country’s adults vaccinated against the virus, the Dominican Republic government nonetheless rescinded public health restrictions, according to Reuters News Service.

That includes the mask mandate as well as vaccine checks in public areas such as restaurants and hotels.

“It’s time to recover all our freedoms and way of life,” Dominican Republic President Luis Abinader said on social media and in a televised address.

Health Minister Daniel Rivera said a worldwide drop in positive cases and in the death rate convinced Dominican Republic officials to rescind the restrictions.

The D.R. was not the only Caribbean nation to start loosening COVID-19 rules in order to boost tourism, the lifeblood of most island countries.

Visitors to Jamaica will no longer need the Travel Authorization, and travel-related quarantine measures beginning March 1.

Children 12 years and older will still need to provide a negative COVID-19 test (antigen or PCR) conducted within 72 hours prior to the date of travel at check-in.

The island of St. Maarten also has a March 1 target date to transition from pandemic status to endemic. All fully vaccinated visitors or those who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last nine months no longer have to show proof of a negative test upon arrival. Unvaccinated visitors will still be required to provide a negative PCR test within 48 hours arrival or an antigen test within 24 hours.

Two weeks after Aruba eased its rules on international visitors, officials said they are lifting regulations that will allow restaurants and businesses to return to normal operating hours and with no limits on capacity.

For a deeper dive on new entry protocols in the Caribbean, check out the podcast by TravelPulse island experts Brian Major and JetSetSarah for more information.

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