(CNN) — After nearly 700 days, one of the world’s longest border closures has finally come to an end Down Under, Yellowstone National Park celebrates its 150th anniversary and we have an update on the country’s high-speed rail ambitions India.
Here’s what happened in travel this week.
Reopenings and rule changes
An aerial view from an airplane window shows Diamond Head Crater in Oahu. Hawaii is lifting some Covid restrictions later this month.
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The world reacts to the war in Ukraine
Culture in peril
New additions include a storm-damaged English castle, the Koagannu mosques and cemetery in the Maldives that are threatened by rising sea levels, and the historic city center of Benghazi in Libya.
The future of Indian Railways
India’s famous railways helped make the country the economic superpower it is today, but these pioneering routes are now obsolete.
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Get ready, travel
Top image: Returning international passengers are greeted upon arrival at the Perth International Airport terminal on March 3, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)