No vaccine certificate, no entry. This is, effectively, what a “vaccine passport” would mean for international travellers in the near future. The UK government has resisted commenting on whether “vaccine Continue Reading
The long read: E-bikes are a fast-growing market, but will they have the same longevity as the traditional bike? I spoke to Philip Morley, global sales lead for Danish e-bike brand Biomega, to discuss the future of e-bikes.
“Synonymous with luxury, honeymoons and peace.” This is how one travel website, Responsible Travel, describes the Maldives – or, as they put it, the “little slice of paradise, floating in Continue Reading
If you’re hoping to jet off to Bali as soon as Ms Rona packs her bags and leaves, then make sure to visit the paradise of Canggu. You won’t be Continue Reading
Students from Hong Kong at London universities are set to spend Christmas alone as outbound restrictions tighten and lockdown kicks in.
In the holidays booking process, the most stressful part is often the research of the accommodation. There are several sharing solutions available in the online market which makes the economy Continue Reading
The use of travel corridors has been severely disrupted as England re-enters a national lockdown. Travel corridors allow those returning from overseas destinations to be exempt from a 14 day Continue Reading
The Problem with Public Opinion – COVID and Contradiction (804 words. Sonali Deshpande: 07842 899387 and Julia Balm: 07340 890663) Eight in ten say they have no confidence in Continue Reading
Covid-19 and travel Covid-19 has severely impacted the tourism industry, and any holiday makers hopes of a sunny, or adventurous vacation for the foreseeable future looks extremely bleak. The industry Continue Reading
What happens when a travel ban puts an entire ocean between you and your partner? Couples the world over are finding out, as countries block international travel to halt the Continue Reading