4. Costa Rica
Pura vida is something you have to experience firsthand. Your essential Costa Rica trip is enriched with adventures through rainforests, national parks, volcanoes, and coffee plantations. Flock to Costa Rica’s gorgeous beaches for world-famous surf, mouth-watering foodie experiences, and boutique resorts you can’t help but fall in love with.
Getting to Costa Rica: Costa Rica is currently open for travel with proof of vaccination. All travellers must complete a health declaration form. A proof of vaccination is also required for access to public areas including restaurants and resorts.
Whether you’ve been craving the New York art scene, the West Coast foodie scene, or somewhere warm and sandy, the USA always has a spot on the top of Canadians’ wish lists. Find your bliss on a beach in Hawaii, Florida, or Cali. Make a magical moment at a Disney park. Or round up the kids and enjoy a care-free road trip along some of the world’s most famous and photogenic routes.
Getting to the United States: The USA is open for land and air travel for fully vaccinated Canadians. Visitors arriving by plane need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 24 hours of their arrival. All travels must submit a travel attestation form. Additional forms may be required in specific states.
Jamaica’s bright blue waters and even brighter culture keep us coming back time and again. This is a wonderful time to enjoy a quality all-inclusive vacation packed with world-famous cuisine, white sand beaches, and fun activities for families, couples, and friends.
Getting to Jamaica: Canadians are allowed to visit Jamaica’s designated tourism areas (known as the Resilient Corridor). You’ll need to complete an online travel authorization form, provide proof of a negative COVID-19 antigen or PCR test taken within 3 days of your arrival, and be subject to health screening upon arrival.
Italy was love at first bite, and then so much more. Once you’ve had your fill of art and antipasto, Italy continues to surprise! Explore seaside towns, mountains and lakes, vineyards, cathedrals, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Perfect for romance, adventure, and family time alike, this European must is bella indeed.
Getting to Italy: Canadians are allowed to visit Italy with proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test result from a molecular swab test taken a maximum of 72 hours before arrival, or an antigen test, taken a maximum of 24 hours before arrival in Italy.
You might be subject to random testing at the airport. All travellers must complete a passenger locator form. A COVID-19 green certificate is required to access many public spaces, including airports, indoor dining, museums, and amusement parks. Additional forms may be required in certain regions.
If you visited one Bahamian island every year, do you know how long it would take you to see them all? You’d be well over 700 years old! Experience something new with every visit, like private island retreats, Junkanoo festivities, famous little piggies, diving, fishing, and so very much more.
Getting to the Bahamas: Canadians can visit the Bahamas with proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test or antigen test taken within 3 days of arrival. All travellers must complete an online Health Visa and purchase mandatory health insurance. An antigen test is required upon arrival in the Bahamas.
9. Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia is arguably one of the prettiest places on earth! Even without access to some of the more off-the-beaten-path destinations (for now), your all-inclusive stay will be full of delectable Caribbean cuisine, exciting activities, and a picture-perfect backdrop.
Getting to Saint Lucia: Canadians are allowed to visit Saint Lucia with proof of vaccination and proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 5 days of arrival. You’ll also need to complete a travel authorization form and health form. You can expect random health screening at the airport.
There will always be a twinkle in our eye for the Emerald Isle! Bucket-list road trip routes, centuries-old castles, and drop-dead-gorgeous natural landscapes are just some of what makes Ireland so special. Bring your camera, your appetite, and your sense of wonder.
Getting to Ireland: Ireland is open to Canadians with proof of vaccination and a mandatory passenger locator form.
Antigua is a gorgeous island with heaps of all-inclusive resorts we can’t help but fall in love with (speaking of which, its low-key atmosphere makes a great choice for romantic trips). While many travellers only experience Antigua as part of a Caribbean cruise, we highly recommend planning a relaxing visit to soak up all that Antigua has to offer.
Getting to Antigua: Fully vaccinated travellers can visit Antigua and must stay in approved accommodations. A negative COVID-19 test is required (taken no more than 4 days before arrival).
Getting to Greece: Fully vaccinated travellers may visit Greece with proof of vaccination and a mandatory passenger locator form. All travellers must present a negative molecular COVID-19 PCR test result taken a maximum of 72 hours before arrival or a rapid antigen test taken a maximum of 24 hours before arrival.
Barbados has a bounty of beaches, a reputation for exquisite dining, and heaps of boutique hotels and resorts, perfect for relaxation. Family vacations, intimate destination weddings, and breezy solo trips fit this Caribbean island like a glove.
Getting to Barbados: Travellers to Barbados must present a negative Rapid COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 1 day prior to arrival or a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test result done within 3 days prior to arrival. Additionally, proof of vaccination, a travel authorization form, and health screening on arrival are required. It’s recommended that you download Barbados’ contact tracing app.
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