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Borders are gradually opening to US travelers and we are just as excited as you are. This is a unique time in travel history, with fewer crowds and extra excitement. For those who are ready to travel, the rewards are great, and for those who are still dreaming, we are ready when you are.

Below is a list of places you can travel now with GeoEx.

We are carefully monitoring the new regulations and procedures as countries open, and are here to guide you through them towards your next adventure. Our robust travel protection program offers GeoEx guests peace of mind while traveling.

Last updated February 19, 2021**


A mother and baby hippo in the Okavango Delta, Botswana


Wildlife is plentiful all year, with November’s rains reviving the Kalahari Desert and greening landscapes. May begins the dry season when wildlife congregate around water sources. Opened December 1st.

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Cooler temperatures October–April are the perfect time to float down the Nile or adventure through temples. Opened July 1st.

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The dry season November–March brings cooler temperatures for Ashanti art and celebrations. Opened September 1st.

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Young lion cubs playing in the Masai Mara, Kenya


November–February green season safaris inspire with baby animals and lush landscapes. Opened August 1st.

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With climates ranging from snowy mountaintops to sizzling deserts, the best of both worlds can be had in spring and fall. Opened September 10th.

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The beautiful beaches of Mozambique are at their best with little rain and slightly cooler temperatures May–October. Opened September 10th.

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The green season brings green vegetation and breeding wildlife to the striking desert landscapes October–May. Opened September 1st.

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Gorilla tracking is at its best December–February with drier conditions. Opened August 1st. 24-hour quarantine at your hotel on arrival required. Note: Temporary travel restrictions in place as of January 4th.

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Aerial of Praslin Island, Seychelles


Truly a year-round destination, May-September bring the best conditions for surfing, while October-April are warmer with calm seas for snorkeling. Opened January 19th.

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Vineyards in Constantia, Cape Winelands, South Africa


Green season begins in September with baby animals and lusher landscapes, but this is a year-round destination. Complete the adventure with wine-tasting and an ocean safari. Opened December 1st.

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The golden sands and UNESCO archeological sites are ideal December–February with cooler temperatures and clear skies. Opened September 1st.

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The migration begins to head south in November/December and wildebeest calving season is January–February. Opened May 18th.

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Baby mountain gorilla in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda


Savannah, wetland, and montane rain forest play host to rich flora and fauna. The drier months of January–March offer superb bird watching and prime gorilla tracking conditions. Opened October 1st.

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A hippo in the shallow waters of the Luangwa River at sunrise, Zambia


Plan ahead for the best safari conditions June–September. April–May the recent rains make Victoria Falls an impressive sight. Opened September 23rd.

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November–April you can expect warm temperatures and clearer skies stretching out across the blue ocean. Opened July 15th for registered hotels only.

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Arcade along the courtyard of the Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan


Pakistan’s central and southern valleys see temperate conditions October–February, while summer brings clear mountain views to the Hunza Valley. Opened August 9th.

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Polonnaruwa temple complex, Sri Lanka


With opposing monsoon patterns, when to go depends on whether you’ll head inland to the Kandy and tea country or north to Jaffna. To hit the best of both patterns try September or April. Opened January 21st.

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Fairy chimney rock formations in Cappadocia, Turkey


Turkey is a year-round destination, but the spring and fall offer ideal conditions for sailing the Aegean in a private gulet. Opened June 1st.

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Much depends on where you want to go in this diverse country of highlands, salt flats and lakes, but the winter, May–October is generally drier. Opened September 1st.

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Diversity ranging from northern deserts to snow-capped peaks and remote islands means the shoulder seasons spring and fall have the mildest weather for the landscape extremes. Opened December 7th. Note: new quarantine requirement has been instituted.

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San Pedro Claver Church in Cartagena, Colombia


The tropical weather remains fairly consistent throughout the year, from coffee country to the Caribbean coast. Opened September 21st.

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Arenal Volcano in La Fortuna, Costa Rica


Wildlife is drawn towards rivers and rain forest hikes are more comfortable during the dry season December–April. Opened to all states November 1st.

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Whether exploring Havana’s architecture or adventuring through the farmland of Viñales Valley, the dry season of November–April is ideal. Opened November 15th.

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Man with horses at Hacienda Zuleta, Ecuador


Straddling the equator, Ecuador is a year-round destination for an adventure through the colonial cities and highlands of the Andes. Opened June 1st.

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Red-footed boobie on Genovesa Island, Galapagos


Seas are calmer and clearer December–May, making snorkeling and kayaking with sea lions a delight. Opened June 1st.

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Lake Atitlan with Toliman and Atitlan volcanoes, Guatemala


Cool and dry, November–February are the best months for exploring ancient Mayan ruins and volcano-ringed alpine lakes. Opened September 18th.

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Stepped pyramid of Chichen Itza in the Yucatan, Mexico


The coasts and lowlands are dry and sunny November–April, perfect for the beaches and cenotes of the Riviera Maya. Opened June 15th.

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Volcanic landscapes and colonial architecture beckon November–January with comfortable temperatures and little rain. Opened October 1st.

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Caribbean waters are clear for snorkeling and diving during the dry season December–March. with more sunny days for birdwatching and other delights. Opened October 12th.

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Machu Picchu is most likely to have clear skies and cool weather May–September. Also a great time for the colonial streets of Cusco. Opened November 1st. Note: new quarantine requirement has been instituted.

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Couple in infinity pool at Origins Lodge, Costa Rica


From your own hacienda on the coast to a rain forest lodge takeover, we have exclusive options for many Latin America destinations.

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Looking up at the columns and carvings of the Treasury in Petra, Jordan


Spring and fall are the most comfortable times to explore Petra and Wadi Rum and swim in the Red Sea. Opened January 21st.

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Plan ahead for a summer adventure far from crowds June–September. Pristine forests, remote glaciers, and quiet wilderness await. Opened August 11th.

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Exclusive properties reserved just for you are available in some of the most desirable US destinations. Return from your adventures each evening with no one but yourselves.

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A hiker admiring the rushing waters Gullfoss Falls, Iceland


Summer brings long warm days for exploring geothermal wonders, while the shoulder months of September and April offer chances to see the Northern Lights. Expected to open May 1st.

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**Regulations are changing frequently. While we endeavor to keep this page up to date, we also encourage you to contact one of our experts for the very latest news on your desired destination.

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