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Hotels That Have Reopened in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic, which officially reopened on July 1st, is quickly becoming one of the globe’s hottest vacation destinations in a Covid-era travel world. Beautiful beaches, affordable prices, and super simple entry requirements have eager tourists from all over the world flocking to the island nation. No mandatory PCR tests or quarantines has made the …

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Barbados Reopens For Tourism – All Countries Welcome

Barbados officially reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020, allowing tourists from all countries and nations to visit. Since reopening in July, Barbados has made 5 major updates to the entry requirements you need to know about before you go. While all nations are welcome to visit the island nation of Barbados starting in July, …

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Work From Bermuda – Applications Now Open For Remote Work Visa

Bermuda officially opened applications for their new ‘Work From Bermuda’ visa on August 1st, which is aimed at attracting digital nomads and remote working professionals to the island. David Burt, the Premier of Bermuda, announced his excitement for the new program in a recent press release: “If you are working remotely from home, please take the opportunity …

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Haiti Reopening for Tourism – All Countries Welcome

Haiti has officially reopened its borders for tourism and has resumed international commercial flights to and from the island. Haiti first shut its borders on March 19 after the government announced the state of emergency to help curb the spread of the virus. On July 27th, the Prime Minister of Haiti lifted the state of …

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Caribbean Countries Reopening For Tourism: Entry Requirements You Need To Know

Countries in the Caribbean are slowly reopening their borders for tourism while taking a cautious approach to protect their own people from covid-19. Most of the Caribbean’s economy is dependent on tourism and countries are looking to start the economic recovery by reopening for travelers.  Below is the list of all Caribbean countries reopening their …

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Guadeloupe Has Reopened For Tourism – U.S. Remains Banned

The French overseas region of Guadeloupe, located in the Caribbean, has officially reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020 allowing select nations to now visit. Visitors from the United States remain banned until further notice. Flights directly from France have been permitted as early as June, considering Guadeloupe is still a French territory. As of …

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Cayman Islands Reopening For Tourism September 1st With Strict Protocols

Update: August 9th, 2020: Citing a rise in the rate of coronavirus infections in other countries, including the U.S., the Cayman Islands government announced it will keep its borders closed for general tourism until further notice The Cayman Islands will be reopening its borders for international tourism starting on September 1st with strict protocols in …

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Barbados Now Accepting Applications for 1-year Remote Work Visa

Barbados officially opened applications for their brand new ‘Remote Work’ visa on July 18th, calling it the 12 Month Barbados Welcome Stamp. The 12 Month Barbados Welcome Stamp allows digital nomads and professionals who normally work from home, a 1-year pass to live and work on the island instead. Not a very hard sell for …

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Could Ban Flights From US

The St Vincent and the Grenadines Government said they may ban flights from the United States after the island recorded 12 cases of covid-19 since reopening the borders to international flights.  Authorities have said that of 12 new cases, 11 are associated with American Airlines (AA) flight 945, which brought 155 passengers to the island …

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Bahamas Bans Flights From USA and Closes Beaches Due To Surge In Cases

Since reopening on July 1, 2020, The Bahamas has seen a surge of 49 news cases of Covid-19, making the total confirmed cases now at 153. Prime Minister Hubert Minnis held a press conference today, July 19, to update Bahamians and tourists on the current state of affairs and major changes he is making to …

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Dominica Reopening Borders For Tourism August 7th

The Caribbean island of Dominica reopened its borders for international tourism on August 7, 2020. Denise Charles, the Minister for Tourism, International Transport and Maritime Initiatives, made the announcement in late July.  All travelers will be required to follow new health protocols for entry to the island.  Since reopening in August, Dominica has updated their …

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Grenada is Reopening for Tourism July 15

The beautiful Caribbean nation of Grenada has officially reopened their borders for tourism as of July 15, 2020. Grenada, also known as ‘Spice Island’ from all the nutmeg and cinnamon plantations, is located just south of St. Vincent and The Grenadines, and to the north of Trinidad and Tobago. In addition to its beautiful backdrops …

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