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Grenada Welcomes an October Resumption of Air Canada Nonstop Service

St. George’s, Grenada – The Honorable Clarice Modeste-Curwen, Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Climate Resilience and the Environment is pleased to announce the resumption of the Air Canada direct service from Toronto to Grenada. The nonstop service, which will commence on October 30, will be twice weekly on Sundays and Thursdays, connecting Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) to Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND).

Grenada Tourism Authority Meets With Air Canada: From L to R: Sebastian Domanski, Audrey Tanguay Beaudette, Rui Freire, Christopher Kanatselis, Mazin Elbushra (Air Canada); Petra Roach, CEO, Grenada Tourism Authority; Sekou Stroude, Director of Sales – Canada, Grenada Tourism Authority

Now Open: Sandals® Royal Curaçao Says ‘Bon Bini’ to the Dutch Caribbean

ANTA BARBARA, CURAÇAO – Sandals Resorts International (SRI) announces the opening of its 16th Sandals Resort, Sandals Royal Curaçao, welcoming its first guests today and marking the Luxury Included® resort company’s debut in the Dutch Caribbean. Reinventing how travelers experience this soulful part of the region, Sandals Royal Curaçao sets in motion entirely new and innovative ways to experience the charming Caribbean island via all-new Sandals ‘Firsts’ while reinforcing the company’s island-first approach to tourism and its impact on the local ecosystem.

Sunset Aerial Views of the All-New Sandals Royal Curaçao. (Image courtesy of Sandals Resorts International)

This Year, Bermuda is Celebrating Summer in a Big Way

NEW YORK, New York – Bermuda is open and safely welcoming travelers in summer 2022, making it easier than ever to experience the best of this breathtaking mid-Atlantic gem, located just two hours from most major East Coast U.S. airports. Discover what’s happening in Bermuda this summer.

Photo courtesy of Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

Caribbean Tourism Bounces Back

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – The Caribbean’s tourism renaissance is well underway, with some destinations approaching or exceeding record visitor arrival numbers.

Beating the Heat in Northwest Florida

NORTHWEST FLORIDA – Northwest Florida is a favorite spot for summertime fun. But this region, which stretches from east of Pensacola westward toward Tallahassee, along Interstate 10 and beyond, has become much more than just a summer destination. Known for its Gulf beaches and wealth of recreational activities, more and more people are finding reasons to visit all year long. No matter when the visit, there is always fun in the sun–and always a host of ways to beat the heat while enjoying all the region has to offer.

Florida Caverns State Park is home to an amazing 65-degree cave system accessible by walking tour. Photo credit: Explore Northwest Florida

The Hideaway That Feels Like Home

Kingston, Jamaica – The seaside gem of Bluefields in Westmoreland, with its beach providing countless hours of leisure for Jamaicans from all walks of life for generations, had its beginnings, like several southern Jamaican townships, as a hideaway for pirates. It was a base from which they could replenish their stocks and plot further raids on Spanish ships and ports at the height of the age of competition between European powers for dominance in this hemisphere.  

Grenada Welcomes Additional Nonstop Service From North Carolina Ahead of Summer Travel Season

St. George’s, Grenada W.I.  – As temperatures begin to rise, indicating summer is right around the corner, Grenada is set to welcome an increase in visitor arrivals and is preparing to meet this demand with additional nonstop service. The destination will see the return of its American Airlines service from Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) beginning June 4th. Flights are once a week on Saturdays, departing CLT at 9:52AM and arriving into Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) at 2:43PM.

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