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Caribbean Airlines Expands in The Eastern Caribbean

Port-of-Spain. Subject to regulatory approvals Caribbean Airlines will launch service to the Eastern Caribbean from Barbados effective July 22, 2020. Flights will initially operate between Barbados to St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada with other destinations to be added once the regulatory approvals are received.

Jamaica Continues to Welcome Visitors as It Extends Phase I of Reopening Through July

KINGSTON, JAMAICA – Jamaica has announced revised measures for international travelers visiting the island as of July 15. All visitors will still be required to complete an online Travel Authorization. Travelers from Arizona, Florida, New York, and Texas (areas declared by the Ministry of Health and Wellness as high risk at this time), will be required to upload negative COVID-19 PCR test results. Tests should be no more than ten (10) days old measured from the day the sample was taken to the day of arrival in Jamaica.

Beach Enclave Turks & Caicos Unveils its Newest Villa-Resort Destination: Beach Enclave Grace Bay, Debuting This Winter

PROVIDENCIALES, TURKS & CAICOS— Premier luxury villa-resort brand and operator, Beach Enclave Turks & Caicos, proudly announces the openingofits third destination of distinction. Debuting this December, just in time for the holiday travel season, Beach Enclave Grace Bay will feature 10 private, standalone villas with beachfront and ocean views from its privileged location on the world-famous Grace Bay Beach. The highly anticipated arrival marks the completion of the first new-build project in Grace Bay in more than a decade.

Rendering of a private villa at the highly anticipated Beach Enclave Grace Bay, debuting winter 2020

Tourism Will Have New Look

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados  –  Tourism in the Caribbean will have a different look going forward as the region tries to bounce back from the effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), according to industry sources.

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Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation Statement on Border Closure to The United States Due to COVID-19

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.

No Resting on Laurels, Warns U.S. Virgin Islands Tourism Commissioner

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS - U.S. Virgin Islands Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte says while the global community learns to adapt to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), protecting lives and livelihoods while ensuring the Territory's economic survival is the order of the day for the foreseeable future.

U.S. Virgin Islands Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte

E.U. Travel Ban May Affect Caribbean Nationals in U.S.

Caribbean nationals in the United States eager to travel overseas to shake off prolonged confinement caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but not sure if they want to immediately return to the region, just had their option of destinations reduced.

Caribbean Countries Participate in Plan to Revitalize Tourism

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.

The plan is to restore the industry.
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