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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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.
MONTEGO BAY,JAMAICA, –Over the past few months, one thing has remained truer than ever before – love hasn’t faltered, and neither have couples’ dreams of getting married.According to a recent survey from The Knot, 80% of engaged couples are staying closely up to date on the latest CDC guidelines and are thinking about how that might impact their future wedding plans.Because couples are seeking solutions to put off postponing their big day, smaller wedding styles are currently on the rise and planning an intimate destination wedding could be the perfect solution to let the vows go on.
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).
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.
Jamaica has a new program designed to encourage its nationals to enjoy the Caribbean country’s tourism product.
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.”
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