Dominica is “open for business” following the island’s recent general elections, the Discover Dominica Authority said in a statement.
Leading up to the elections, there had been pockets of what officials called “civil disobedience” on the island, focused in the villages of Marigot and Salisbury.
“These disturbances resulted in some road blockages, which caused delays and inconveniences for people traveling to the airport,” the DDA said.
While the island’s airport remained open, cruise calls through Dec. 8 had been canceled, before resuming with a visit by MV Marella Celebration on Dec. 9.
“Dominica reaffirms that it is open to conduct business and we welcome all our visitors to enjoy all that the nature island has to offer,” the DDA said.
Silver Airways has also relaunched normal schedules to Dominica out of its hub in San Juan.