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Travel Guidelines

Greater Miami and the Beaches is taking steps to help stop the spread of the coronavirus and keep visitors and residents healthy. Throughout various tourism touch points in the destination, partners are pledging to adhere to the highest standards for mitigation of communicable diseases to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19. The Destination Pledge for Greater Miami and The Beaches is being implemented at several tourism touch points throughout the community including at Miami International Airport and PortMiami as well as local attractions, museums, hotels, retail and dining establishments.

Visitors are advised to call their hotels, restaurants, retail locations and business establishments in the event of modified hours of operations or new guidelines. All businesses including hotels, restaurants, retail, spas, gyms and business centers, are being asked to comply with Miami-Dade County’s New Normal Plan in addition to public spaces such as parks and beaches.

Air Travel to Greater Miami

The U.S. government has several travel restrictions in place including suspending most inbound travel from Europe, Asia and some of Latin America. For the most up-to-date information on travel restrictions, please check with the US Department of State.

Miami International Airport remains open and servicing flights. Many carriers have begun cancelling and/or reducing service, therefore, travelers into the Greater Miami area are advised to check with their carrier to check on the status of flights.

Cruise Travel

The US Department of State has introduced new guidelines advising Americans not to travel by cruise ship. As such, major cruise lines have temporarily suspended operations while PortMiami remains operational for cargo business. For your convenience, following are some of Greater Miami's top cruise lines and their updates.

Read a guidelines summary from the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB).

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Surfside food and beverage establishments must limit their service to takeout and delivery unless they provide outdoor seating and adhere to Miami-Dade County safety guidelines.

Now more than ever, they need your support and orders.  

Pro Tip - For restaurants that offer outdoor dinning, call all ahead and make a reservation.

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