Bahamas Tourism Gaining Momentum

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Tourism in The Bahamas is gaining momentum, with the return of major hotels and a host of additional flights.  Indeed, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said there was “great optimism in that the islands will see a return to record-breaking […]


The Caribbean Travel Awards 2021

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That next trip.  Maybe it’s for a holiday, maybe it’s for a family reunion, maybe it’s an annual tradition.  That next trip, that vacation to plan for, to dream about; it’s one of the greatest antidotes to creeping monotony in […]


The Bahamas’ Resorts World Bimini Is Reopening

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The Resorts World Bimini resort in The Bahamas is reopening Dec. 26, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The casino resort on North Bimini has been shuttered since the beginning of the pandemic.  “Resorts World Bimini couldn’t be happier to be opening its doors […]


From The Bahamas to St Kitts, 7 Places to Go in December

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When the first Caribbean destinations began reopening in June, the travel world was filled with uncertainty. But in the six months since, the Caribbean has sent a message to the world that tourism reopenings can largely be done in a […]

Where You Can Stay in Grenada Right Now

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The “Spice Island” of Grenada reopened its borders to international visitors on Oct. 1, and to date more than 50 hotels, resorts, guest houses, villas, and apartment properties have been certified as “Pure Safe Travel Accommodations” and allowed to host […]

Jamaica Tops 200,000 Arrivals Since Reopening

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Jamaica has reported more than 211,000 tourism arrivals since reopening its tourism sector in June, the country’s tourism officials said this week.  That amounted to tourism earnings of $231.9 million, according to Jamaica Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett.  Hotel occupancy rates […]


St Kitts and Nevis Updates Travel Protocols

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St Kitts and Nevis has announced a few slight changes to its current travel protocols.  The update includes a price of $150 USD for PCR tests for international travelers.  The country has also unveiled its Travel Authorization Form website; all […]

Tropic Ocean Airways Launches Pre-Testing for Charter Flights

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Tropic Ocean Airways is launching a new program that offers free PCR testing for charter flights to The Bahamas.  From now through Jan. 15, 2021, the company is working with local labs in South Florida to cover the cost of […]

CTO Launches “Caribbean Awaits” Campaign

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The Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization has launched a new campaign looking to help maintain the region’s prominence as a “place of solace” amid the pandemic.  “This theme compliments the region’s success in generally containing the spread of COVID-19 which has […]


American Airlines Expanding Pre-Testing to Belize, Grenada, Saint Lucia

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American Airlines is expanding its pre-flight testing program to three new destinations in the Caribbean, including Belize, Saint Lucia and Grenada.  Beginning Nov. 16, preflight testing will be available for “all” American flights to the three Caribbean destinations. “Our initial […]

US Virgin Islands Seeing Surge in Travel Demand

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Travel demand is surging for the United States Virgin Islands, according to a new report from travel insurance company Squaremouth.  Based on all travel insurance policies booked on the site through Oct. 19 for all future travel, the USVI saw […]

How to Travel to The Bahamas Right Now

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The Bahamas has entered a new phase of its tourism reopening — and the country’s mandatory vacation-in-place requirement has been waived. The Bahama’s new travel protocols officially took effect this weekend: all travelers need to obtain a negative PCR test five […]


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