International travelers entering the country are no longer required to be vaccinated, removing the last of the restrictions on travel put in place beginning in 2020.
Visa Backlog in Brazil, Colombia, India and Mexico Takes Toll in U.S.
The pileup has left visitors from places like Brazil, Colombia, India and Mexico waiting months, even a year or more, to visit family or do business in America.
New Bargain Lodges Offer Rustic Comfort in the Heart of Nature
From the Catskill Mountains in New York to the deserts of Utah, new or expanding hotel companies are creating affordable accommodations for those who love the outdoors.
Can the Philippine Island of Boracay Beat Overtourism?
Called one of the world’s best islands, the Philippine resort was closed by the government for six months and reopened with a cap on visitors. Now, with travelers coming back, will it continue to hold the line?
Say Goodbye to Daily Hotel Room Cleaning
The pandemic put a pause on many hotels’ guaranteed once-a-day cleanings. Now many of them are making the change permanent, even saying guests prefer it.