Pockets of the globe are reopening sooner than expected. This tracker from Headout, the online brand for curated local experiences, monitors daily the latest updates across global travel sectors, countries with open international borders for leisure travelers as well as the opening status of 800+ attractions around the world.
Travel Reopening: Country by Country Guide
Several countries are easing their domestic lockdown rules. You can stay up to date with each country’s travel restrictions and rules. A table from Headout contains a list of popular countries and their policies. The information includes the lockdown status, international travel restrictions, visa rules as well as the number of active COVID-19 cases. You can find a link to the official government with more answers to your questions.
Live Status: Major Attractions Reopening Tracker
Headout offers a list of all the important attractions and cultural hot-spots of the world and their current status. Theme parks, museums and attractions in countries such as Japan, Australia, Italy and others are open up. But with new ticketing and safety guidelines. While some landmarks remain closed.
International Travel Recommendations: Where to Travel Post COVID-19
Countries are announcing a move to open their borders to international tourists. There is talk of travel bubbles in Australia, New Zealand and a few European countries. Travel business are looking at a resurgence of international travel in late 2020. There is an interactive travel recommendations map. On Headout you can find your first post-COVID travel destination.
Domestic Travel Post COVID-19
A survey by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) says that 60% of people would wait for two months before booking flights after the coronavirus is contained. 40% say they would wait for at least six months. However, you don’t always have to travel far to have a good time. In the wake of the pandemic, domestic travel is set to pick up like never before. Headout gives you a list of some of the most popular domestic tourist destinations in each country.