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USVI Tourism Commissioner Urges Strict Compliance With COVID-19 Protocols

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS  - While the first week of the return of leisure travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands has been “extraordinarily successful”, according to Department of Tourism representatives, the Territory continues to urge compliance with the stringent protocols and guidelines that have been established to help curb the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Territory.

USVI Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte

Explore Jamaica's Diverse Natural Attractions

KINGSTON, JAMAICA – In light of the current pandemic, more and more visitors are looking for experiences which can be enjoyed in a safe and relaxed environment. According to the findings from a TripAdvisor survey, consumers are 218% more likely to want to take a trip where they can relax and be around fewer people compared to before the pandemic. Travelers will feel comfortable and safe in Jamaica, which offers getaways in settings designed for physical distancing and outdoor activities that can be enjoyed year-round in the warm Jamaican sunshine. Below are several of Jamaica’s most breathtaking natural gems located across the island.

Jamaica Pegasus Launches Extended-Stay 'Workation' Packages

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The 300-room Jamaica Pegasus, Kingston’s premier business hotel, has launched new Workation packages designed for digital nomads, freelancers, and remote workers seeking a sophisticated and inspiring work environment in the heart of the Caribbean. Workation packages carry a 30-night minimum stay, enabling guests to fully experience the very best of daily life in Jamaica. Rates start at US$3,999 monthly, including all taxes – a savings of 70% off regular published rates for a deluxe one-bedroom suite.

Photo courtesy The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel

Sandals South Coast Unveils New Design Plans, Marking a New Era of Innovation

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA,  – Sandals Resorts International, the world's leading all-inclusive company, is proud to unveil the design plans of a multi-million-dollar renovation at their picturesque Jamaican oasis, Sandals South Coast. Set to debut this December, guests can expect a new era for the resort company with the addition of the world’s first-ever Swim-up Rondoval™ Suites, positioned on a 17,040 sq. ft. pool oasis. Guests will also revel in a completely reimagined 112-room Dutch Village with direct access to two new expansive swim-up pools. A modern lush wedding venue is being added to adorn the garden in the resorts Italian Village.

Debuting this December, the world’s first-ever Swim-up Rondoval Suites at Sandals South Coast offering direct access to an expansive 17,040 sq. ft. pool

Jamaica Offers Stunning Venues as Couples Seek Smaller, Intimate Wedding Celebrations

KINGSTON, JAMAICA  – Couples around the world are reimagining wedding plans in this new landscape and while they are opting for smaller, more intimate ceremonies, their desire for a stunning and unforgettable venue for the big day remains the same. With Jamaica’s borders now open to international travelers and a comprehensive set of health and safety protocols in place, travelers dreaming of an idyllic destination to tie the knot need look no further than the island’s pristine beaches, tropical waterfalls, world-class accommodations, and renowned hospitality.

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