While we can’t wait to see you, we understand and respect the travel restriction in place right now. But that doesn’t mean we can’t keep dreaming of brighter days, right?! For Atlantic Canadians looking to plan a Charlottetown fall getaway, please check out our Ultimate 2020 Vacation Guide HERE. For those a bit further away looking for inspiration for a future trip, order our 2020 Official Travel Guide and get ready to bust out your sticky notes. And for anyone else interested in planning your very own fall vacation, feel free to explore our site, watch our videos, and stay in touch on Facebook or Instagram.
Prince Edward Island has temporarily suspended its participation in the Atlantic Travel Bubble to curb the spread of COVID-19.
An official global travel advisory is in effect: Canadians are being asked to avoid all non-essential travel outside Canada until further notice.
If you do choose to travel, check the latest health notices to understand the risk associated with your destination. As of March 25, 2020, it is also mandatory for Canadians, with the exception of essential workers, to self-isolate under the Quarantine Act.
The most up-to-date travel information can be found directly via the following links:
This plan outlines the guiding principles and phased approach to reopening businesses, services and public spaces. The plan will be implemented in four distinct phases with a progressive lifting of public health measures on individuals, communities and organizations over three-week periods. Progression will be gradual and constantly evaluated based on the latest public health information from PEI’s Chief Public Health Office. Decisions during each phase will be based on public health evidence and continuous monitoring. If there are concerns about moving into a next phase, progress will be slowed, halted, or even reversed to continue to protect the health and safety of Islanders.
Please check the Renew PEI Together website for the most up-to-date information.
We trust Charlottetown will continue to be a safe destination to visit in the future because we took action quickly. The best advice to travellers beyond Atlantic Canada right now, however, is to stay home.