Topic: Government Regulations
The purpose of the new rules is to improve the safety of visitors by having a record of who guests are and where the vacation rental sites are located. Here’s the latest.
Sen. Collins has reportedly developed legislation compelling DOT to revive the process, which was scrapped in December. Here’s the latest.
The Carnival Liberty received a score of 80, six points below the 86 point minimum needed to pass, in a January 4 inspection. Carnival has vowed fleetwide corrective action. Find out more.
Cape Town could become the first major city in the developed world to run out of water. Here’s the latest on the situation.
Delta says the new policies are to stop customers flying with untrained animals and misidentified support animals like comfort turkeys, gliding possums, snakes and spiders. Get the details here.
These are the countries in Europe that the U.S. State Department recommends using increased caution while visiting or reconsidering traveling to entirely. Here's more.
2016 proved to be one of the best years for tourism in Cuba, but this year saw 541,000 cruise ship passengers, compared with 184,000 last year. Here's more.
The U.S. State Department's Travel Advisory has listed North Korea as "Level 4 – Do Not Travel." Here are the details.
The September travel alerts reduced reservations to travel to Mexico by U.S. citizens by 20 percent; however, the forecast has risen after the updated advisory.
The U.S. State Department unveiled its new Travel Advisory scale for 2018. Here's everything you need to know about travel to Mexico.