WASHINGTON, D.C. – Eight Caribbean community (CARICOM) countries are participating in an Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) initiative aimed at identifying business models to transform and revitalize the tourism sector, following the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Antigua to test all arrivals
Jamaica is now open to travelers. However, the government has implemented safety protocols to protect its nationals from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
PROVIDENCIALES, TURKS & CAICOS— Following the announcement that Turks & Caicos Islands will reopen its borders to international travelers beginning July 22, Beach Enclave Turks & Caicos has opened reservations for its luxurious private villas at Beach Enclave Long Bay and Beach Enclave North Shore. For those wishing to be among the first few to return to this idyllic paradise, two new limited-time offers are now available for villas at both properties: Get Back to Getaways, offering a 20 percent discount on nightly published rates; and Linger Longer, providing credits of up to $3,000 towards luxury services based on the length of stay.
NASSAU, Bahamas, – Due to the continued increase in COVID-19 cases in the United States, as well as an uptick in cases in The Bahamas, Prime Minister, The Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis, has made the difficult decision to close borders to international commercial flights and commercial vessels carrying passengers from the United States. The order is effective as of Wednesday, July 22 at midnight. In addition, Bahamasair will cease outgoing flights to the United States, effective immediately.
Anguilla, British West Indies – The premier luxury boutique resort on the island of Anguilla, Frangipani Beach Resort, is ranked #8 on the Travel + Leisure 2020 World’s Best Awards list of Top Resort Hotels in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas. The luxury resort was also named among the top 100 hotels in the world. Hotels and resorts were rated on their facilities, locations, service, food, and overall value.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – The Holiday Inn Resort® Montego Bay announced today that it will reopen July 8, 2020 following a temporary closure of the country’s borders, undertaken as part of successful efforts of the Government of Jamaica toward mitigating the spread of COVID-19 in Jamaica. To celebrate, the resort has launched a new 65% Off Sale valid on resort stays enjoyed throughout the rest of the year. Nightly rates start as low as $107.50 per-person, all-inclusive, based on double occupancy in standard room accommodations.
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