HAMILTON, Bermuda – Bermuda’s tourism officials have been heartened by a gradual recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic slump in the island’s vital economic sector with new figures released by the Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA) for the first quarter of 2022 showing a modest increase.
NASSAU, The Bahamas – Baha Mar has announced its five-year anniversary with a calendar of exciting activations. Welcoming more than one million guests since opening on April 21, 2017, Baha Mar has much cause to celebrate. Major milestones include opening three world-class oceanfront hotels, Grand Hyatt, SLS and Rosewood, the largest Casino in the Caribbean, over 45 distinct restaurants and bars, launch of the $200 million luxury waterpark Baha Bay, and creation of the industry-leading Travel with Confidence program, which aims to provide a safe and healthy environment for guests during these unprecedented times.
Kingston, Jamaica – The seaside gem of Bluefields in Westmoreland, with its beach providing countless hours of leisure for Jamaicans from all walks of life for generations, had its beginnings, like several southern Jamaican townships, as a hideaway for pirates. It was a base from which they could replenish their stocks and plot further raids on Spanish ships and ports at the height of the age of competition between European powers for dominance in this hemisphere.
MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA - Sandals Resorts International (SRI), which owns and operates three of its luxury all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia including Sandals Halcyon Beach, Sandals Regency La Toc and Sandals Grande St. Lucian, as well as the Greg Norman-designed Sandals St. Lucia Golf & Country Club at Cap Estate, offered a glimpse of its forward-looking St. Lucia investment strategy today. The plans, which will be unveiled in 2023, mark with fanfare Sandals Resorts’ 40th Anniversary and 30th year of operation in the island of St. Lucia.
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Visitors arriving in Antigua and Barbuda will be allowed to enter the island without proof of having taken a vaccination against the coronavirus as the island moves towards further reducing restrictions that were aimed at reducing the spread of the pandemic over the past two years.
St. George’s, Grenada W.I. – As temperatures begin to rise, indicating summer is right around the corner, Grenada is set to welcome an increase in visitor arrivals and is preparing to meet this demand with additional nonstop service. The destination will see the return of its American Airlines service from Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) beginning June 4th. Flights are once a week on Saturdays, departing CLT at 9:52AM and arriving into Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) at 2:43PM.