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Canadians Are Desperate To Vacation In The US & These 6 Spots Are The Most In-Demand

Searches for American destinations have recently skyrocketed!

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It turns out that travel to the U.S. from Canada is something that Canadians are desperately searching for right now and there are six spots south of the border that are the most in-demand.

New data from travel search engine KAYAK show that the top destinations in the U.S. being searched for by Canadians include Maui, Honolulu, Las Vegas, New York, L.A. and Orlando.

These destinations are not just the most sought-after ones nationwide, but they're also really popular among people in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.



According to KAYAK, interest in travel by Canadians skyrocketed by 322% on July 19, when it was announced that the Canada-U.S. border would open in August to let in fully vaccinated Americans for non-essential travel. On the other side of the border, searches from the U.S. to Canada spiked by 194% on that day as well.

Even though Canada will be allowing fully vaccinated Americans to enter the country as of August 9, the U.S. recently announced that its land border will stay closed to Canadians until at least August 21.

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The U.S. has announced plans to lift travel bans on other countries worldwide, though.🇨🇦🇺🇸

The Canada-U.S. land border won't reopen for non-essential travel for at least another month, according to a new report from Global News.

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The updated rules won't apply to Canadians crossing the land border, though.👇

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Canada’s Travel Restrictions Will Officially Stay In Place Until At Least November 21

Existing border measures and entry requirements will be sticking around.👇

Canada's existing travel restrictions and entry requirements will remain in effect for another nine weeks, Health Canada has confirmed.

In a notice shared on Sunday, September 19, the government agency revealed that the country's current border measures will stay the same until November 21 at the earliest.

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The United States is urging American citizens to reconsider travelling to Canada, as it says there are "high levels of COVID-19" in the country.

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