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Destination: Canadian Maritimes
Canadian Maritimes

Wellness Protocol

We look forward to welcoming you on tour soon! We understand that traveling during these times requires additional preparation and planning in order to foster a healthy and safe on-tour experience for you and others on your tour. In addition to the standard Wellness Protocols that meet or exceed CDC recommendations and international travel industry guidelines in place for all Orbridge tours, the following are what you can expect on this tour.

This page is updated as new information becomes available from local, state, and international agencies. The environment for travel is constantly evolving, and as such, it is advised that you check this page regularly to be aware of the most current information for your tour.

COVID-19 Testing & Vaccination Requirements for Entry into Canada

  • Canada has reopened to U.S. citizens and permanent residents who are currently residing in the United States and have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entering Canada. Visitors are REQUIRED to follow these measures set forth by the Canadian government:

    1. Show proof of COVID-19 vaccination (Government of Canada-accepted vaccines manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD, Sinovac, Novavax, Sinophram, and Janssen Johnson & Johnson). 

    To qualify as a fully vaccinated traveler, you must have received at least 14 calendar days by the day you travel: 
  • at least 2 doses of a vaccine accepted by the Government of Canada for the purpose of travel, OR
  • a mix of 2 accepted vaccines, OR
  • at least 1 dose of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine

    2. As of April 1, 2022, fully vaccinated travelers will no longer need a COVID-19 test of any kind for entry. Please be advised random testing at the discretion of the border officer can happen.

    3. All travelers must use the ArriveCAN App to upload and submit their travel information within 72 hours of their flight to Canada. Please note you cannot submit details prior to 72 hours before your flight. It takes between 10-15 minutes to create your account and complete your first submission. We strongly recommend using the mobile app as you will need to upload photos of your CDC vaccination card. 

    The webpage is for those who do not have a smart phone.

    Once you successfully complete your ArriveCAN submission, you'll receive an ArriveCAN receipt. It includes:

    1. a summary of your travel (border crossing and date of arrival)
    2. a list of travelers included in your submission (all parties traveling together can be listed in one application)
    3. a 6-digit confirmation code

    This receipt is proof that you've successfully completed your submission. Your ArriveCAN receipt doesn't provide confirmation that you're eligible to enter Canada or of any public health exemptions, including those for fully vaccinated travelers.

    You'll receive a copy of your receipt by email. You must show your ArriveCAN receipt and proof of COVID-19 vaccination to a Canada border services officer upon entry.

    You can show your receipt by presenting the following:
    -the email
    -a printout
    -a screenshot
    -through ArriveCAN directly

Destination Specific Wellness Protocols

  • Local municipalities may require face coverings to be worn while in public. Guests are expected to follow local policies.
  • Businesses such as restaurants and cafés may be operating at limited capacity. At the time of your tour, your Orbridge Travel Director will advise you of any local restrictions so that you can best plan your time allotted for independent exploration.
  • Sites visited on the itinerary may have modified service or hours of operation. Your Orbridge Travel Director will share any updates each day with guests.

In addition to these Destination Specific Wellness Protocols, Orbridge wellness protocols will be followed on all tours. We invite you to familiarize yourself with what Orbridge is doing, and what is expected by guests while on tour, by visiting

Air Travel

  • As of June 12, 2022, the CDC will no longer require air passengers traveling from a foreign country to the United States to show a negative COVID-19 test or documentation from recovery to board their flights.
  • Specific protocols and expectations for air travel vary by airline. Click here and scroll to the Air Travel Protocol section to learn more about airline protocols. 

If you have additional questions, please contact our dedicated Guest Services team at (866) 639-0079 or

This information is up-to-date as of June 14, 2022.