My top priority as your travel advisor is to help equip you with the knowledge you need to travel safely, comfortably, and confidently.
You may have heard that, beginning January 26th, a new CDC order requires that all travelers (over two years old) returning to the U.S. from any international destination provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Just as you would wear a mask and practice social distancing in public areas, this new requirement is another opportunity to bring peace of mind that you and those around you are healthy and safe.
And while new regulations don't always imply ease, I am here to help you navigate this new travel landscape effortlessly. Continue scrolling to understand how this applies to your international travel experiences — from flights to accommodations — and how our preferred partners are working to build comfort and convenience (including new on-site testing!) into each travel moment.
Short on time? Here's a concise summary: with a simple plan in place, you can travel confidently and exceptionally this year simply by getting in touch.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU FLY
The new CDC order requires travelers to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test before departing for the U.S. from any international location.
You should know: