Updated March 19, 2022

We are thrilled to announce many locations are lifting restrictions, including masking and testing requirements! We are cautiously optimistic that these changes are permanent, but you should always be aware when booking travel that the situation could change.

We’ve included some highlights for our top destinations below, but you should also review regional travel websites or a good restriction-tracker such as Sherpa.

  • Canada: Pre-entry tests no longer required for fully vaccinated travelers after April 1, 2022! Get more Canada travel info.
  • United States: There are no current requirements for vaccines or testing for domestic travel within the continental United States. International air travelers aged two and older, regardless of nationality or vaccination status, are still required to show documentation of a negative viral test result taken within one day of the flight’s departure to the United States before boarding. You must show your negative result to the airline before you board your flight. That includes all travelers – U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents (LPRs), and foreign nationals. Non-U.S. citizens or immigrants must also submit proof of vaccination, unless approved for a waiver.
  • Hawaii: As of March 26, Safe Travels Hawaii program and restrictions on entry will conclude! Travelers should check current requirements before leaving for the islands.
  • Aruba: Starting March 19, there are no longer testing or vaccination requirements to enter Aruba! Visitors still need to fill out an embarkation form and wear masks at the airport. Get details on current requirements here.
  • California: The state is open. Most business restrictions have been lifted, but safety measures like masking still in place, unless you’re fully vaccinated. Disneyland removing masking requirement for the fully vaccinated. More information on the current restrictions can be found here.
  • Florida: No changes – the state is open with few limitations. See Florida’s Plan for Recovery for more detail.
  • South Carolina: No changes – the state is still open and welcoming visitors. View current information
  • Virgin Islands (USVI): Visitors from U.S. territories may take a test within five days of travel – or show proof of vaccination to bypass the testing requirement. Non U.S. visitors must provide a negative COVID test within 5 days of travel and proof of vaccination.
  • Cayman Islands: The islands are in the late stages of a re-opening plan. Vaccinated travelers will be exempt from quarantines in most cases. See details.
  • New York City: Broadway is open! Masks may be required for some indoor activities and vaccines required for indoor restaurants, gyms, entertainment venues.

Most resorts have new procedures and requirements in place. Some amenities may remain closed or limited. Before you book, find out what restrictions are in place in the region and ask about amenity closures – though, keep in mind it could change and owners can’t guarantee amenities at the resort will be fully functional.


If you have a rental booking coming up, all owner cancellation policies are in effect. If you would like to discuss the booking with the owner – to ask about rescheduling or refunds outside of the terms the contract allows for – please contact the owner directly. For those booked with our online system, this can be done through the My Trips page within your Account.