Australia has been doing really well in preventing the spread of the corona virus throughout the country. Many states have been Corona free for a while now. Measures like border screening and virus testing have been very successful so far. However, the covid-19 tests have only been available for a selected group of people at risk. This group will now be extended with seasonal workers, including backpackers.
The Netherlands will change its travel advise from orange or red to yellow for 15 European countries on the 15th of June, said prime minister Mark Rutte in a press conference.
The absence of tourists in the world’s main tourist hubs due to the outbreak of Covid-19, makes the impact of tourism more visible than ever before. Where normally endless crowds of travelers gather to entertain themselves, now silence prevails. Without tourists natural areas flourish as never before, while many cities seem to have lost their soul. What are the benefits and downsides of tourism and what are the lessons to be learned from this unique situation?
There are rummors about a plan to create a travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand, starting this winter. That would be great news for all travelers and backpackers down under. Why is tourism important, what does a travel bubble mean and why are only Australia and New Zealand included so far?
Nowadays it’s easier then ever before to start a new adventure, make new friends or find love abroad by using Tinder. Tinder recently introduced a new option, which let”s you “flly” across the world, to any city of your choice and to connect with people wherever you want. So what holds you back to keep exploring and live the dream?
As countries worldwide closed their borders due to the outbreak of covid-19, many are wondering how we’re going to spend our holidays this summer. Then the question arises, can we travel abroad? It has long been uncertain if traveling abroad would be possibe at all. But there is finally some hope on the horizon for travelers from Europe. European countries are re-opening their borders for visitors from the schengen-area soon. This is what we know so far…