U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS - U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan Jr. believes pre-departure testing at mainland U.S. airports as well as increased adherence to public health protocols would bolster the efficacy of efforts to contain the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) both locally and throughout the Caribbean.
MIAMI - Carnival Cruise Line today announced that its next Excel-class ship arriving in 2022 to coincide with its 50th birthday celebration will be named “Carnival Celebration.”
MONTEGO BAY,JAMAICA,– Luxury all-inclusive resort leader Sandals Resorts International (SRI) is expanding to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, its eighth island in the Caribbean, and a new destination for the brand, following the acquisition of Buccament Bay Spa and Resort. The resort, which has been shuttered as a failed development since 2016, will be completely transformed to become the fourth Beaches Resorts within the portfolio, joining their award-winning family-friendly resorts in Jamaica and Turks & Caicos.
Kingston, Jamaica | : The World-Famous Dunn’s River Falls & Park along with Green Grotto Caves & Attractions have reopened to the public from Tuesday 21st July 2020. These two wildly popular attractions have been certified by the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) Ltd. as compliant with the Ministry of Tourism’s and the Urban Development Corporation’s (UDC) COVID-19 Protocols for attractions.
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA – Yesterday, on International Day of Indigenous Peoples, the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) presented to Panama’s National Council for the Integral Development of Indigenous Peoples (CONDIPI) the proposal of creating a new tourist circuit called "Panama Indígena” (Indigenous Panama), developed with the recently formed National Chamber of Tourism Indigenous (CANATURI).
KINGSTON, JAMAICA –Tourism is the lifeblood of Jamaica and as the island reopens using a phased approach to ensure the safety of everyone a safe and phased, the Jamaica Tourist Board has launched the Rediscover Jamaica program to encourage Jamaicans to taste, see, feel and enjoy the country’s tourism product.
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.
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