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Sandals® Resorts Celebrates 40-Year Milestone With Major Caribbean Investment

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA – Sandals Resorts International (SRI) announces the 40th anniversary of its flagship brand for couples-only, Sandals Resorts.  Since opening its doors in Montego Bay on November 27th, 1981, Sandals Resorts has delighted guests, partnered with travel advisors, and helped build tourism throughout the Caribbean, where it is committed to developing hospitality excellence across the region, one of the most beloved and resilient tourism destinations in the world. The luxury all-inclusive resort company is celebrating Sandals’ milestone anniversary by honoring the legacy of its founder, the late Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, shining a light on the impact of tourism on local Caribbean communities, turning the clock back with nostalgic fun planned across all Sandals all-inclusive resorts, and will continue with additional surprises to be unveiled throughout the year.

Pictured here: Sandals Montego Bay, the flagship resort where it all began for  Sandals Resorts Luxury Included® portfolio.

Grenada Welcomes Re-Opening of Two Hotels

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada –Grenada is welcoming the decision by the operators of two all-inclusive hotels to re-open their properties Friday, saying it is shows confidence that the tourism sector is rebounding from the impact of the coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic.

Tourism Minister Dr. Clarice Modeste

Caribbean Tourism Outperforms Rest of the World

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) Monday said that the region has outperformed the rest of the world in the first half of this year as Caribbean tourism destinations continue their journey towards some semblance of normality as a result of the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Dominica Predicts “Busy’ Winter Cruise Ship Season

ROSEAU, Dominica – Dominica is predicting a “busy” cruise season with an estimated 262 cruise ship calls during the 2021-22 season even as the island continues to urge citizens to adhere to the protocols aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Cruise ship in Dominican port (File Photo)
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