It’s time to travel. But where? How?
We have had IATA develop a great map of international travel restrictions. As noted here
Leave it to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to always deliver. Also, it happens to be really helpful that the IATA works directly with multiple airlines around the world and has strong ties to different countries.
Unbeknownst to most, the IATA has published an interactive map of COVID-19 related travel regulations around the world. The map is powered by Timatic, the software that airlines use when it comes to validating passenger travel requirements and complying with border regulations.
Though, if you’re not completely fixed on a particular destination, the IATA Timatic map might be the best place to start narrowing it down.
Overall, the best resource is the official government tourism website of a destination. Though, if you’re not completely fixed on a particular destination, the IATA Timatic map might be the best place to start narrowing it down.
And the Canadian tourism industry developed a great resource too – see https://time-to-travel.ca/
It’s especially worth checking out this resource’s links to inter-provincial travel in Canada. You can see which areas are open to travel – and which still have some restrictions.
For example, live in Ontario and want to visit Manitoba? See this screen shot from the website. It notes that you can travel, but you’ll have a 14 day self-isolation requirement – and you can see links to the latest updates from the provincial health department.
If you follow the paths to say you live in Ontario, and w ant to visit Alberta – you can see there are no travel restrictions, and you can follow the links to learn what is open for accommodations, restaurants, etc.