Travel after Covid-19

Vietnam coronavirus success

How Vietnam became the COVID-19 success story no one expected

The developing nation in Southeast Asia has a shared border with China and yet, it has not reported a single coronavirus death.

New Zealand and Australia travel Bubble

New Zealand and Pacific holidays could be possible by July

A tourism industry ‘Restart Timetable’ has been released this week which hints that international travel may be allowed sooner than we think.

Australia coronavirus restrictions

Your guide to what’s open and what’s allowed this June

June will mark the beginning of the end for coronavirus closures as state restrictions ease even further. Here’s what to get excited about in each state.

Japan might pay for part of your holiday

Japan is the latest country offering to fund part of your holiday

Keep Japan on your radar because the Japanese government is considering a new scheme to boost tourism that involves covering part of your travel expenses.

Travel in Europe: borders opening in time for summer

After months of lockdowns Europe is slowly starting to allow travel again. Here’s what countries are opening their borders first.

Sailing is the new green

Sustainable social distancing: sailing is the new green

The message of sustainability (and social distancing) is everywhere now, so seeing the world under sail may be the most enriching way to holiday for the better.