Y-Axis keen to help immigration aspirants despite Coronavirus situation

Migrating to another country is a difficult process and involves crucial decisions. Helping aspiring immigrants since several years, Y-Axis www.y-axis.ae are Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants and has the reach, knowledge & expertise to increase their chances of getting a visa.In…

UK Reopens to International Travelers, But Not Americans

After less than four weeks in force, the United Kingdom (U.K.) is dropping its fourteen-day quarantine restrictions on visitors and returning residents from 59 countries, based upon its own COVID-19 risk assessments of each. England’s Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, today…

Survey: US Residents Plan to Travel More in 2021 vs. 2019

With 2020 an almost certain total loss for travel for many Americans, a new survey shows that pent-up wanderlust will make 2021 a banner year. A recently conducted survey by European-based GetYourGuide shows U.S. respondents plan to travel more—and spend…

Thailand Begins Tourism Reopening and COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

Today, the Thailand Board of Investment announced that the country is cautiously beginning its reopening process and relaxing some specific travel restrictions. As of June 30, the country passed 36 days without any community spread of the COVID-19 virus and…

Tourists Threaten to Sue Antigua and Barbuda Over COVID-19 Testing

The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda said legal challenges from tourists arriving in the country would force health officials to change current health and safety protocols. According to AntiquaNewsroom.com, Prime Minister Gaston Browne revealed that several tourists are threatening…

Bahrain ready to welcome visitors with new tourist campaign

Three-pronged campaign launched by Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority The campaign will be launched on the BTEA social media account while a set of artworks inspired from the song will be produced with the aim of promoting tourism in Bahrain.…

Saudi Arabia to allow only 1,000 Hajj pilgrims this year

The pilgrims will be tested for coronavirus before arriving in the holy city of Mecca and will be required to quarantine at home after the ritual Saudi Arabia will allow around 1,000 pilgrims residing in the kingdom to perform the…