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Covid-19 Travel Information

Staying wise, staying calm, and looking ahead

Dear Traveler

For any person who loves to travel, who loves the freedom of being able to go almost
anywhere, who sees the world as a beautiful place to be explored — this is likely a time
of some discomfort and uncertainty.

It is, of course, good to be wise. It’s smart to listen to experts and make necessary
preparations.

Many of us are having to adjust our businesses, our budgets, our schedules —
and for many of us, that might include huge changes to vacations, destination weddings,
honeymoons, reunions, and other getaways we’ve been looking forward to for months.

I want to say: I’m sincerely sorry for the upheavals. I’m feeling them, too.

And I also want to say: there is hope, and there is so much great stuff to look
forward to.

There will be a time when this uncertainty will be resolved and the fear will lift.
While we’re doing our part to keep ourselves and our communities healthy — practicing
social distancing, being conscientious about washing our hands, staying home, not
touching our faces — we can also experience the excitement and joy of making future
plans.

Four quick things to know about travel in the coming months:

• Many airlines are waiving change fees on all tickets booked for summer travel.
• Amazing destinations are offering refundable packages, special offers, and
extra freebies to those who book now.

• This is a smart time to buy inexpensive trip insurance so you have the option to
cancel and get your money back if things change before you depart.
• It’s not too early to start dreaming, planning, and booking for fall and winter
trips!

Right now, it is a season of stillness, of staying close, of appreciating all that we have
right in our own homes. It’s in our best interests to accept this temporary shift. We have
a unique opportunity to be of service to one another in ways we maybe haven’t imagined
before.

And just imagine how incredible it will feel, when the time is right, to stretch our
wings, set off across oceans and mountains and miles, and make the whole wide world
our home again.

I am sending all my best wishes for health, healing, happiness, and hope for you and
your loved ones in the coming weeks and months! If you have any questions about your
travel plans, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Sincerely,

Greta Urbonaite
Travel Advisor – Founder of GreeTravel